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Inorganic Chemistry

Atomic Structure II


Chronology Of Atomic Structure
Dual Property of an Electron
Difference between a particle and a wave
Experiments to prove particle and wave property of Electrons
The Uncertainty Principle
de-Broglie Relation and Significance of de-Broglie waves
The Wave Nature Of Electrons
Shapes of orbitals: s, p, d Shapes
Molecular Orbital Theory: Energy level diagram for molecular orbitals
Electronic configuration of a molecule and its correlation with molecular behaviour
Molecular orbital energy level diagrams -Hydrogen, Hypothetical, Nitrogen, Oxygen
Hybridization : Salient Features, Type, Example
Importance, Strength, Types of Hydrogen bonds - Intermolecular Forces

Periodic Classification II


Review Of Periodic Properties
Calculation Of Atomic Radius (Covalent Radius)
Calculation of ionic radii - Pauling's Method, Slater rules
Factors governing ionization energy
Electron Affinity or Electron gain enthalpy (E.A.)
Factors affecting electron affinity
Electronegativity Scales
Applications of electronegativity

p Block Elements


General characteristics of p-block elements
Electronic configuration of the Boron family elements
Group - 14 Elements - The Carbon Family
Silicones - structure and uses
Metallurgy of Lead: Ores, Properties, Extraction, Purification, Uses
Group - 15 Elements - The Nitrogen Family
Compounds of Phosphorus
Halides of Phosphorus: Phosphorus TrichlorideII. Phosphorus pentachloride - Preparation, properties, Structure
Oxides of phosphorus: Preparation, properties, Structure
Oxy-Acids of Phosphorus: Preparation, properties, Structure
Phosphine - PH3: Preparation, properties, Structure
Group 16 The 'Oxygen' Family
Group 17 - The Halogen Family
Anamalous Nature of Fluorine
Isolation, Physical, Chemical Properties, Uses Of Fluorine
Structures of interhalogen compounds
Group 18 Noble Gases Or Inert Gases
Isolation Of Noble Gases: Ramsay - Raleigh's and Dewar's Method
Uses Of Noble Gas

d Block Elements


Classification and Electronic configuration of d-block Elements
General characteristics of d-block elements
Copper: Occurrence, principles of extraction, Properties and Uses
Chromium: Occurrence, principles of extraction, Properties, Uses and alloys
Zinc: Occurrence, principles of extraction, Properties and Uses
silver: Occurrence, principles of extraction, Properties and Uses
Gold: Occurrence, principles of extraction, Properties and Uses
Extraction from Gold Ores - Mac Arthur Forrest Cyanide Process
Potassium dichromate: Preparation, Properties and Uses
Copper Sulphate or Blue vitriol: Preparation, Properties and Uses
Silver nitrate or Lunar caustic: Preparation, Properties and Uses
Zinc carbonate and Purple of cassius: Preparation, Properties and Uses

f Block Elements


General Characteristics of f-block elements and extraction
General properties of Lanthanides
General Properties of Actinide Series
Comparison of Lanthanides and Actinides
Uses of Lanthanides and actinides
Simple salt and Molecular (or) addition compounds

Coordination Compounds and BioCoordination Compounds


Terminology Used In Coordination Chemistry
IUPAC Nomenclature Of Mononuclear Coordination Compounds
Types of Isomerism: Structural and Stereo isomerism
Theories Of Coordination Compounds: Werner's theory, Valence bond theory
Uses of coordination compounds
Bio Coordination Compounds - aemoglobin, Chlorophyll

Nuclear Chemistry


Nuclear Chemistry - Indroduction
Difference between chemical reactions and nuclear reactions
Type Of Nuclear Reaction
Radiocarbon Dating and Uses
Uses Of Radioactive Isotopes

Physical Chemistry

Solid State II


Types of Cubic System
Bragg's Equation and spectrometer method
Types Of Crystals
Imperfections In Solids
Super conductors property of Crystalline solids
Glasses - Amorphous solids

Thermodynamics II


Limitations Of First Law Of Thermodynamics
Second law of thermodynamics
Entropy And Entropy Change
Characteristics of entropy 'S'
Gibbs free energy 'G' and Standard free energy (G?)
Characteristics of Free energy 'G'
Le Chatelier's Principle: Haber's and Contact Process

Chemical Equilibrium II


Le Chatelier's Principle: Haber's and Contact Process
Attainment Of Equilibrium In Chemical Reactions

Chemical Kinetics II


Rate And Order Of A Reaction
Rate equation for first order reactions
Pseudo-First Order Reactions
Determination of rate constant of acid catalysed hydrolysis of an ester
Temperature Dependance Of Rate Constant
Simple And Complex Reactions : Difference and Types

Surface Chemistry


Classification, Factors affecting of adsorption of gases on solids
General characteristics and Types of catalytic reactions
Types of catalysts
Theories Of Catalysis
Colloids and Types of Colloids
Preparation Of Colloids : Dispersion and Condensation method
Purification Methods Of Sols
Properties of Colloids
Natural and Technical Applications Of Colloids
Emulsions and Types of emulsions

Electro Chemistry I


Electro Chemistry: Conductors , Insulators And Semi Conductors
Theory Of Electrolytic Conductance
Postulates of Arrhenius Theory
Evidences of Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation
Ostwald's dilution law for weak electrolytes
Faraday's Laws Of Electrolysis
Electrical Conductance Quantities
Variation Of Equivalent Conductance With Concentration
Kohlraush's Law - Application with example
Ionic Product Of Water : The pH of solutions
Buffer Solutions
Henderson-Hasselbalch equation and its Significance
Selection of pH indicators and Titration
Ostwald's theory and Quinonoid Theory

Electro Chemistry II


Electrochemistry - Cells and Daniel cell
Electro Chemistry - Cell Terminology
Single Electrode Potential



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