Online Chemistry Tutor | Dilip K.

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Dilip Kumar Sahu

Dilip K.

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Msc Chemistry @ CCS University Meerut Bachelor of education @ IPEM college Ghaziabad

About me

My first love is teaching and apart from being a teacher I am traveller, music lover. I love mountains and usually go trekking. I have also planted some flowers in my garden. I love gardening and I want to plant lots of bonsai tree in my pots. One day there will be lots of bonsai tree. I always suggest my students to go for trekking as it refreshes you from inside, no other heels better than nature.


I can Teach:

Basics of Matter, Chemical Kinetics , Chemical Substances, Electrochemistry , Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, States of Matter, Thermodynamics , Chemistry

Teaching Experience

Teaching is my passion. In my graduation I used to help my freinds and other fellow students. They always like my teaching style and from where I decided that I will become a teacher, a good teacher who will teach them as their friends, buddies etc. In my college, I opened my own tuition centre and also used to give home tuitions. Thern after completing my Masters in chemistry, I decided to do teaching degree i.e B.Ed (Bachelor of education). Now i am teaching in a renowned school of my area and also work as chemistry doubt faculty for online education company name Unacademy.com.

My Expertise

  • Basics of Matter
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Chemical Substances

Top subjects

Matter

There are a large number of things which we see and feel. For example, we can see a book in front of us. A book occupies some space. The space occupied by the book is called its volume. If we pick up the book, we can also feel its weight. So we conclude that the book has some mass. Similarly, we cannot see air, but air also occupies space(when we fill a balloon with air). Things like a book and air examples of matter. So we can say that '' anything that occupies space and has mass is known as matter''.

Periodic Table

A periodic table may be defined as the table giving the arrangement of all the known elements according to their properties so that elements with similar properties fall within the same vertical column and elements with dissimilar properties are separated.

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