Unit-Inorganic Chemistry

Hydrogen And S-Block Elements

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Hydrogen, Occurrence, Preparation Of Hydrogen Gas, Properties Of Hydrogen, Hydrides, Water, Structure Of Water, Chemical Properties Of Water, Hydrogen Peroxide (H2o2), Physical Properties, Chemical Properties, Heavy Water, D2o, 
S-Block Elements, Atomic And Ionic Radii, Ionisation Enthalpy, Melting And Boiling Points, Density, Electropositive Or Metallic Character, Oxidation States, Characteristic Flame Colouration, Photoelectric Effect, Physical Appearance, Reducing Nature, Chemical Properties, Anomalous Properties Of Lithium, Some Important Compounds Of Sodium, Atomic And Ionic Radii, Ionisation Enthalpies, Melting And Boiling Points, Electropositive Or Metallic Character, Hydration Enthalpies, Physical Appearance, Chemical Properties, Compounds Of The Alkaline Earth Metals, Anomalous Behaviour Of Beryllium, Some Important Compounds Of Calcium

p block elements part 1 Group 13/14

P Block Elements, Group 13 Elements: The Boron Family, Electronic Configuration, Atomic Radii, Ionisation Enthalpy, Electronegativity, Physical Properties, Group 13 Elements Atomic And Physical Properties,

Chemical Properties Oxidation State And Trends In Chemical Reactivity, Reactivity Towards Air, Reactivity Towards Acids And Alkalis, Diagonal Resemblance Of Boron With Silicon, Some Important Compounds Of Boron, Physical Properties, Electronic Configuration, Covalent Radius, Electronegativity, Ionisation Enthalpy, Reactivity Towards Halogen, Anomalous Behaviour Of Carbon, Carbon Monoxide, Properties, Silicates, Zeolites,

P Block Part 2 Group 15,16,17,18

Physical Properties, Nitrogen Gas, Nitric Acid, Phosphine, Chlorides Of Phosphorous, Group 16 Elements (Chalcogens), Reactivity With Hydrogen, Reactivity With Oxygen, Reactivity With Halogensoxygen, Ozone, Sulphur, Sulphur Dioxide, Sulphuric Acid, Group 17 Elements (Halogens), Anomalous Behaviour Of Fluorine, Ionisation Enthalpy, Electron Gain Enthalpy, Electronegativity, Bond Dissociation Enthalpy, Reactivity With H2, Reactivity With Metals, Inter-Halogen Compounds, Chlorine Gas, Hydrogen Chloride, Oxoacids Of Halogens, Group 18 Elements, Ionisation Enthalpy, Atomic Radii, Electron Gain Enthalpy, Melting And Boiling Point

D & F Block Element

D -Block Elements, General Characteristics Of Transition Elements, Magnetic Properties, Formation Of Complexes, Interstitial Compounds, Some Important Compounds, F-Block Elements,

Extraction of Metals

Extraction Of Metals Can Be Broadly Divided In Four Steps, Concentration Of Ores, Different Procedures For Concentration Of Ores, Hydraulic Washing, Magnetic Separation, Froth Floatation Method, Leaching, Conversion Of Concentrated Ore To Oxide, Reduction Of Oxide To The Metal, Types Of Iron, Wrought Iron, Electrolytic Reduction (Hall – Heroult Process, Extraction Of Copper From Cuprous Oxide [Copper(I) Oxide],Extraction Of Zinc From Zinc Oxide, Refining, Distillation, Liquation:, Electrolytic Refining, Zone Refining, Vapour Phase Refining,

Coordinate Compounds

Naming Of Mononuclear Coordination Compounds,In Naming The Complex Ion, Some Common Ligands, Isomerism In Coordination Compounds, Geometrical Isomerism, Optical Isomerism, How To Find Hybridization Of Shape, Crystal Field Theory, Spectrachemical Series, Importance And Applications Of Coordination Compounds,

Unit-Organic Chemisty

Introduction to Organic Chemistry

Definition Of Organic Chemistry, Modern Definition Of Organic Chemistry,Reasons For Large Number Of Organic Compound, The Lewis Structures, Condensed Formula, Classification Of Organic Compounds, Acyclic Or Open Chain Compounds, Functional Group, Homologous Series, Nomenclature, Some Common Names, Part (A) Saturated And Branched Chain,Part (B) Unsaturated And Functional Groups, Priority Table, Part C. Cyclic Compounds, Part D: Aromatic, Purification And Elemental Analysis, Sublimation, Crystallisation, Distillation, Fractional Distillation, Distillation Under Reduced Pressure, Steam Distillation, Differential Extraction, Chromatography, Adsorption Chromatography, Column Chromatography, Thin Layer Chromatography, Partition Chromatography, Qualitative Analysis Of Organic Compounds, Detection Of Carbon And Hydrogen, Detection Of Other Elements, C, N, S And X Come From Organic Compound, Quantitative Analysis, Carbon And Hydrogen, Nitrogen, (Ii) Kjeldahl’s Method, Organic Compound, Halogens (Carius Method), Sulphur, Phosphorus, Empirical Formula And Molecular Formula, Calculation Of Empirical Formula, Determination Of Molecular Mass, Chemical Methods:(I) Physical Methods For Volatile Compounds, Chemical Method, Platinichoride Method For Base, Iii) Volumetric Method For Acids And Bases, Calculations,

Isomerism and reaction mechanism

Isomerism, Structural Isomerism, Stereo Isomerism, Optical Isomerism, Reaction Mechanism, Introduction, Carbocations, Carbanions, Nucleophiles And Electrophiles, Inductive Effect, Resonance, Conditions For Resonance, Resonance Effect Or Mesomeric Effec, Hyper Conjugation, Electromeric Effect (E Effect), Strength Of Acid (In General Organic Chemistry), Addition Reactions, Electrophilic Addition Reactions, Nucleophilic Addition Reaction, Nucleophillic Add To Carbonyls.Free Radical Addition,Anti-Markownikoff’s Rule (Kharash Peroxide Effect), Free Radical Addition Reaction( Is Shown Only By Hbr, Substitution Reactions, Electrophilic Substitution Reaction (Se,Substitution Electrophilic And Addition Electrophilic, Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions, Sn2 Reaction, Elimination Reactions, E1 (Elimination) Reaction, E2 (Elimination) Reaction

Hydrocarbon

Hydrocarbon (Alkanes/Alkenes/Alkynes And Benzene), Classification, Alkanes, Isomers, General Oxidation/Reducation, Reduction, Grignard Reagent, Hydroboration Or Alkane, Reduction Of Alcohols, Aldehyde, Ketones & Fatty Acids, Electrolysis Of Na Or K Salt Of Fatty Acids, Wurtz Reaction, Decarboxylation, Chemical Properties, In Case Of Bromination, Alkenes, Isomers, Physical State, Preparation Of Alkenes, Chemical Properties Of Alkenes, Preparation, Chemical Properties Of Alkynes, Aromatic Hydrocarbon, Aromatic Compounds Are Compounds Which Follow Following Rules. Properties Of Benzene, Directive Influence Of A Functional Group In Monosubstituted Benzene(In Substitution Electrophillic

Halogen Compounds

Halogen Compounds, Classification, Nomenclature, General Usage, Preparation, Important Notes, Addition Of Halogens, Physical Properties, Chemical Properties, Reaction With Metals

Alcohol Phenol Ether

Structure Of Alcohols, Phenols And Ethers, Allylic Alcohols, Benzylic Alcohols, Ethers, Nomenclature, Preparation Of Alcohol, Hydration Of Alkenes, Summary Of All Three Rxn, From Grignard’s Reagent And Carbonyl Group, From Alkyl Halide,Use Of Lialh4, Reduction By Catalytic Hydrogen, General Mechanism,Chemical Properties, Cleavage Of C-O Bond, Distinguish Between 1° 2° And 3° Alcohols, Auto Oxidation,Phenol, Physical Properties, Chemical Properties, Reaction On Benzene Nucleus (Substitution Electrophillic)

Ketones and Aldehydes

Structure Of The Carbonyl Group, Nomenclature Of Ketones And Aldehydes, Common Names, Physical Properties, Preparation & Aldehyde And Ketone, Chemical Properties, Reduction Of Carbonyls, Addition Reaction (Nucleophillic),Cannizzaro Reaction, Aldol Condensation, Tischenko Reaction, Aromatic Aldehyde And Ketone

Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives

Introduction, Classification, Structure And Physical Properties Of Carboxylic Acids, Acidity Of Carboxylic Acids Measurement Of Acidity, Common Reducing Agents And Their Reactions, Some Common Reactions Of Acid Salts, Carboxylic Acid Derivatives, Amides, Nitriles, Acids Halides, Acid Anhydrides, Preparation, Physical Properties, Chemical Properties Acid Halides, Esters

Nitrogen Compounds

Amines, Introduction, Classification, Nomenclature, Preparation, Secondary Amines, Tertiary Amine, Physical Properties, Chemical Properties,Aniline Preparation, Electrophilic Substitution, Sulphonation, Benzenediazonium Chloride, Cyanides And Isocyanides, Isocynide Preparation, Nitro Compounds, Nitrobenzene, Chemical Properties

Organic Chemistry Biomolecules

Introduction, Another Classification, Glucose Properties, Haworth Projection Of Glucose, Fructose, Glycosidic Linkage, Disaccharides, Polysaccharides, Proteins, Amino Acids, Nonessential Amino Acids, Essential Amino Acids, Properties Of Amino Acids, Isoelectric Point, Structure Of Proteins, Classification Of Proteins, Denaturation Of Proteins, Enzymes, Function Of Enzymes, Mechanism Of Enzyme Catalysis, Different Enzymes And Their Action, Vitamins, Nucleic Acids, Basic Structure Of Nucleic Acid, Structure Of Dna, H-Bonds Between The Nitrogenous Bases In Dna, Replication Of Two Dna

Polymers and Chemistry in Everyday Life

Polymers, Classification Of Polymers Based On Source, Classification Of Polymers Based On Sourceclassification Based On Mode Of Polymerisation, Classification Based On Monomers, Classification Based On Molecular Forces, Condensation Polymerisation Or Step Growth Polymerization, Some Important Condensation Polymers, Phenol Formaldehyde Polymer (Bakelite), Some Other Biodegradable Polymers, Chemistry In Everyday Life, Drugs, Chemicals In Food, Chemistry In Everyday Life, Soap And Detergents, Classification Of Drugs, Functions Of Enzymes, Enzymes As Drug Targets, Receptors As Drug Targets, Therapeutic Action Opf Different Classes Of Drugs, Classification Of Analgesics, Different Types Of Food Additives, Types Of Soaps

Unit-Physical Chemistry

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

The Si Is Made Up Of 7 Base Units That Define The 22 Derived Units With Special Names And Symbols, Precision And Accuracy, Significant Figures, Rules For Determining The Number Of Significant Figures, Addition And Subtraction Of Significant Figures, Multiplication And Division Of Significant Figures,Rounding Off The Significant Figures, Laws Of Chemical Combinations, Atomic And Molecular Masses, Mole Concept, Conversion Of Mass & Volume To Moles, Molarity Molality, Mole Fraction And Normality, Percentage Composition, Stoichiometry And Volumetric, Limiting Reagent

Atomic Structure

Dalton’s Atomic Theory, Success And Failures Of Dalton’s Atomic Theory, Cathode Rays, Cathode Rays Are Negatively Charged, Cathode Rays Travel In Straight Line, Cathode Rays Are Particles, Charge /Mass (E/M) Ratio, Millikan’s Oil Drop Experiment, Mass Of Electron, Anode Rays, Thomson Model Of Atom, Rutherford Model, Wave Nature Of Electromagnetic Radiation, The Spectrum Of Electromagnetic Radiation, Planck’s Quantum Theory, Photoelectric Effect, Dual Behavior Of Electromagnetic Radiation, Types Of Spectrum (Can Be Classified In Two Different Ways) Bohr’s Of Atom, Bohr Model Of The Hydrogen Atom, Success And Failures Of Bohr’s Model Of Atom, Dual Behaviour Of Matter(De Broglie’s Equation), Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Schrodinger Wave Equation, Important Features Of The Quantum Mechanical Model Of Atom, Orbitals And Quantum Numbers, Orbit Vs. Orbital, Physical Significance Of The Quantum Numbers, 1s And 2s Orbitals, 2s And 2p Orbitals, Electronic Configuration Of Atoms, Pauli's Exclusion Principle, Hund’s Rule Of Maximum Multiplicity, Exception: Half-Filled And Filled D Orbitals

Periodic Properties

Introduction, Law Of Triads, Law Of Octaves, Mendeleev’s Periodic Table, Success Of Mendeleev’s Work, Limitation Of Mendeleev's Table, Modern Periodic Table, Modern Periodic Law, Metals, Non Metals And Metalloids, Shielding Effect, Atomic Radii, Ionic Radii, Isoelectronic Species, Radii Of Isoelectronic Ions, Ionization Energy, First Ionization Energy (Ie1), Ionization Energy: Periodicity, Electron Affinity, Electron Affinity: Periodicity, Electronegativity

Chemical Bonding

Introduction, Lewis Structure, Ionic Bond, Born Haber Cycle For Sodium Chloride, Covalent Bond, Comparison Between Ionic And Covalent Bonds Coordinate Bond, Metallic Bond, Properties Of Metals & Non Metals, London Dispersion Force, Dipole - Dipole Forces, Dipole Induced Dipole Forces,Hydrogen Bond, Intra Molecular Hyrogen Bond, Hydrogen Bond Strength, Bond Length, Bond Angle, Bond Enthalpy, Lewis Structure, Octet Rule, Hybridisation And Shape, Rules To Find Hybrization And Shape (Homonuclear Molecular), Polarity In Covalent Bonds, Polarisation Of Ionic Bonds, Molecular Orbital Theory (Mot)

Gases And Liquids

States Of Matter, Gaseous State, Dalton’s Law, Kinetic Theory Of Gases, Real Gas, Surface Tension

Dilute Solutions

Solutions, Binary Solutions, Types Of Binary Solutions, Concentration Of Binary Solutions, Henry’s Law, Solutions Liquid In Liquid, Raoult’s Law, Non Ideal Solutions, Solid In Liquid Solutions

Solid State

Properties Of Solids, Plane Of Symmetry, Centre Of Symmetry, Crystals Classification Based On The Nature Of Intermolecular Forces, Molecular Crystals, Crystal Lattices, Crystal Lattice Geometry, Cubic Unit Cells, Different Cubic Unit Cells, Number Of Atoms Per Unit Cell, Comparison Of Crystal Structures, Theoretical Density, Network Solids, Bragg’s Law, Fun Facts About Brag’ Law, Electrical Conduction, Types Of Semiconductors, Types Of Extrinsic Semi Conductors, Magnetic Properties

Energetics

Types Of System, Internal Energy, First Law Of Thermodynamics, Modified First Law Of Thermodynamics, Enthalpy, Gibb’s Free Energy, Effect Of Temperature On Spontaneity Of Reactions, Thermo Chemistry, Specific Heats, Thermo Chemistry, Enthalpy Of Formation, Enthalpy Of Combustion,Enthalpy Of Atomization, Bond Enthalpy, Enthalpy Of Neutralization, Enthalpy Of Phase Change, Bomb Calorimeter

Chemical Kinetics

Average Rate Of Reaction, Rate Of Reaction, Law Of Mass Action, Collision Theory, Reaction Mechanism, Rate Determine Step, Half Life And Average Life, Zero Order Reaction, First Order Reaction, Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction, Temperature And Activation Energy, Arrhenius Equation (Dependence Of K On Temp), How To Find Order Of Reaction

Equilibrium

Physical Equilibrium, Physical Equilibrium, Dynamic Equilibrium, Chemical Equilibrium, Le Chatelier’s Principle, Ionic Equilibrium, Ionisation Of Acids And Bases, Ionic Equilibrium, Common On Effect, Buffer Solution, Hydrolysis Of Salt, Solubility Product Of Sparingly Soluble Salt

Electrochemistry

Electrolysis, Electrolysis, Products Of Electrolysis, Aqueous Copper Sulphate With Platinum Electrodes,Conductance And Conductivity, Kohlrausch’s Law, Electrochemical Cell, Commercial Dry Cell

Surface Chemistry

Enthalpy Or Heat Of Adsorption, Adsorption Isotherm, Freundlich Adsorption Isotherm, Catalysis, Types Of Catalysis, Homogeneous, Activity Of Catalyst, Selectivity Of Catalyst, Adsorption Theory Of Heterogeneous Catalysis, 2. Lowering Of Activation Energy, Shape-Selective Catalysis, Enzymes, Steps Of Enzyme Catalysis, Characteristics Of Enzyme Catalysis, Colloids, Classification Of Colloids, Methods Of Preparation Of Colloids, Dialysis, Electrodialysis, Ultrafiltration, Ultracentrifugation, Properties Of Colloids

Redox Reactions

Balancing Of Redox Reactions, This Is Balanced Equation