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Inorganic Chemistry

Chemical Calculations

Chemical Calculations : Formula Weight (FW) or Formula Mass
Mole Concept and Molar Mass with Example Problems
Converting Grams of Substances to Moles and Grams with Solved Problems
Calculation of Empirical Formula from Quantitative Analysis and Percentage composition
Stoichiometry Equations
Rules for writing stoichiometric equations
Balancing chemical equation in its molecular form
General Rules for assigning Oxidation Number to an atom
Balancing Redox reaction by Oxidation Number Method
Methods of Expressing the concentration of solution
Volumetric Analysis - Law with Solved problem
Determination of equivalent masses of elements
Equivalent mass of acid, base, salt, oxidising agent and reducing agent
Determination of Molecular Mass Victor-Meyer's Method
Calculations based on Principle of Volumetric Analysis

General Introduction to Metallurgy

Metallurgy - Ores and Minerals
Sources from earth, living systems and in sea
Metallurgy - Purification of ores
Metallurgical processes
Metallurgy - Purification of metals

Atomic Structure I

Rutherford's Scattering Experiment
Defects of Rutherford's model
Postulates of Bohr's model of an atom
Limitation of Bohr's Theory
Electronic configuration and quantum numbers
Shapes or boundary surfaces of Orbitals
Pauli's exclusion principle and Uses
Hund's rule of maximum multiplicity
Aufbau Principle
Stability of orbitals

Periodic Classification I

Brief history of periodic classification
Earlier periodic classification
Modern Periodic Law
IUPAC Nomenclature for Elements with Z greater than 100
Electronic configuration and periodic table
Types of elements: s-, p-,d-, f- Blocks
Atomic and ionic radii
Variation of Ionization Energy in the periodic Table
Factors Influencing Ionization Enthalpy
Electron affinity
Anomalous periodic properties in terms of screening constant, stability etc.

Group 1 sBlock elements

The structure of the three isotopes of hydrogen
Deuterium: Methods of Preparation, properties and Uses
Tritium - preparation, Properties, Uses
Ortho and Para hydrogen: Conversion and Properties
Heavy water: Preparation, Principle, Properties, Important reactions, Uses
Hydrogen peroxide: Preparation, Properties, reactions, Uses
Liquid hydrogen as a fuel
Alkali Metals: General characteristics, Physical Properties
Lithium : Extraction, Physical and Chemical Properties, Uses
Sodium: Extraction, Physical and Chemical Properties, Uses

Group 2 sBlock elements

Group 2 s - Block Elements
Magnesium: Important Ores, Metallurgy, Properties, Uses
Compounds of alkaline earth metals

pBlock elements

p-Block Elements - General Characteristics
Group 13 - Boron Group (B, Al, Ga, In, Tl): Extraction, Properties
Carbon group elements: properties, Structure, Uses
Structure of Diamond, Graphite, Buckminster fullerenes
Metallic character of Carbon group elements
Nitrogen Group
Nitric acid: Preparation, Properties
Importance of molecular oxygen
Oxygen: Oxides Classification
Ozone: Laboratory preparation, Properties, Uses, structure, layer
Factors affecting ozone layer

Physical Chemistry

Solid state I

Crystalline solids and Amorphous solids
Difference between Crystalline and Amorphous Solids
Characteristic parameters and seven classes of unit cell
Miller Indices

Gaseous state I

Properties of gases
The gas laws: Boyle's law and Charle's Law
Numerical values of gas constant (R)
Dalton's law of partial Pressures
Graham's Law of Diffusion
Causes for deviation of real gas from ideal behaviour
Vanderwaal's Equation of state : Units, Significance, Limitations
Gaseous state - Critical phenomena
Joule-Thomson Effect and Inversion temperature (Ti)
Conditions of liquefaction of gases: Linde's Method, Claude's process

Chemical Bonding

Elementary theories on Chemical Bonding
Kossel-Lewis approach to Chemical Bonding
Ionic (or) Electrovalent bond
Lattice energy and Born - Haber's cycle
Determination and Calculation of lattice enthalpy of NaCl
Properties of electrovalent (or) ionic compounds
Covalent bond: Lewis dot structure and Double bond formation
Characteristics of covalent compounds
Fajan's rules: Covalent character of ionic bonds
Polarity of Covalent Bonds
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory (VSEPR) Theory
Directional Properties of Covalent Bonds
Theory of Hybridisation
Chemical Bonding: Concept of Resonance
Co-ordinate-covalent bonding or Dative bonding

Colligative Properties

Colligative Properties and its Scope
Lowering of Vapour Pressure
Raoult's Law and Dynamic method (or) Ostwald - Walker method
Depression of freezing point of dilute solution
Measurement of freezing point depression by Beckmann method
Elevation of boiling point of dilute solutions and Cottrell's Method
Osmosis in solution
Determination of molecular weight and osmotic pressure by Berkley-Hartley method
Abnormal Colligative Properties

Thermodynamics I

Introduction and Terminology used in Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics: State functions of a system
Thermodyanamic processes
Different between Exothermic and endothermic processes
Thermodynamics: Difference between Irreversible and Reversible process
Nature of thermodynamic functions
Zeroth law of thermodynamics or Thermal equilibrium
Thermodynamics: Work, heat and energy
First law of thermodynamics
Relation between enthalpy `H' and internal energy `U'
Thermochemical equations
Enthalpy of combustion - Bomb calorimeter
Enthalpy of neutralisation

Chemical Equilibrium I

Scope and Nature of Chemical Equilibrium
Dynamic Equilibrium: Characteristics, Equilibrium in physical and chemical processes
Law of chemical equilibrium and equilibrium constant with example
Formation of HI from H2 and I2 - Equilibrium constants in terms of degree of dissociation
Dissociation of PCl5 - Equilibrium constants in terms of degree of dissociation
Characteristics of Equilibrium constant
Heterogeneous equilibria

Chemical Kinetics I

Scope of chemical kinetics
Rate of chemical reactions
Factors influencing reaction rates
Chemical Kinetics: Unit of rate constant
Molecularity of the reaction
Classification of rates based on the order of the reaction
Characteristics of organic compounds
Purification of Organic compounds: Crystallisation
Sublimation - Purification of Organic compounds
Methods for the purification of liquids Distillation
Chromatography and Different Chromatographic Techniques

Organic Chemistry

Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry

Basic Concepts Of Organic Chemistry - Introduction
Classification of Organic Compounds: open chain, cyclic compounds

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