Chemistry 11 - 12

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What you'll learn

CLASS XI

 

  1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

    1. Importance and Scope of Chemistry

    2. Laws of Chemical Combination

    3. Formulation and Calculation

    4. Mole Concept

    5. Mass and Stoichiometry

  2. Structure of atom

    1. Discovery of Sub-Atomic Particles

    2. Planck’s Quantum Theory

    3. Spectrum

    4. Dual Nature

    5. Electronic Configuration of Atoms

    6. Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom
  3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

    1. Modern Periodic Law

    2. Nomenclature of Elements

    3. 4 Blocks in Periodic Table

    4. Trends in Properties of Elements

    5. Trends in Chemical Properties
  4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

    1. Chemical Bonding

    2. Ionic Bond

    3. Bond Parameters

    4. Hybridization

    5. Geometry and Shapes of Molecules

    6. Resonance and Hydrogen Bond

    7. Molecular Orbital Theory
  5. States of Matter

    1. Intermolecular Forces

    2. Effect of Heat on Matter

    3. Gas Laws

    4. Ideal Gas Equation

    5. Kinetic Theory

    6. Properties of Liquid
  6. Thermodynamics

    1. Introduction to Thermodynamics

    2. Measurement of dU and dH

    3. Hess’s Laws

    4. Enthalpy Change

    5. Entropy and Gibbs Energy
  7. Equilibrium

    1. Dynamic Nature of Equilibrium

    2. Le Chatelier’s Principle

    3. Ionic Equilibrium

    4. Ionization of Water

    5. Solubility Product

    6. Common Ion Effect
  8. Hydrogen

    1. Hydrogen and Hydrides

    2. Compounds of Hydrogen
  9. Redox Reactions

    1. Redox Reactions

    2. Oxidation Number

    3. Balancing Redox Reaction

    4. Electrode Potential
  10. The s-Block Elements

    1. Introduction to Group 1 & 2 Elements

    2. Anomalous Behavior

    3. Important Compounds of s-Block

    4. Alkali and Alkaline Metal Compounds
  11. The p-Block Elements

    1. Introduction to p-Block Elements

    2. Properties of Boron

    3. Compounds of p-Block Elements

    4. Group 14 Elements

    5. Allotropes of Carbon

    6. Silicon and its Compounds
  12. Organic Chemistry

    1. Classification and Nomenclature

    2. Isomerism

    3. Reaction Mechanism

    4. Types of Organic Reactions

    5. Purification of Organic Compounds

    6. Analysis of Organic Compounds
  13. Hydrocarbons

    1. Alkanes

    2. Properties of Alkanes

    3. Introduction to Alkanes

    4. Aromatic Hydrocarbons

    5. Electrophilic Substitution Reactions
  14. Environmental Chemistry

    1. Pollution

    2. Effects of Pollution

 

 

CLASS XII

 

  1.  The Solid State

    1. Crystalline and Amorphous Solids

    2. Three-Dimensional Packing

    3. Packing Efficiency

    4. Crystal Lattice

    5. Dimensions of Unit Cells

    6. Imperfections in Crystals
  2. Solutions

    1. Strength of Solutions

    2. Ideal Solutions

    3. Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure

    4. Boiling and Freezing Points of Solutions

    5. Association and Dissociation

    6. Solubility
  3. Electrochemistry

    1. Conductivity of Solutions

    2. Kohlrausch’s Law

    3. Electrolysis

    4. Electrochemical Cells

    5. Standard Electrode Potential

    6. Nernst Equation

    7. Batteries

    8. Corrosion
  4. Chemical Kinetics

    1. Rate of Chemical Reaction

    2. Order and Molecularity of Reaction

    3. Integrated Rate Equation

    4. Temperature Dependence of Reaction

    5. Collision Theory
  5. Isolation of Elements

    1. Occurrence and Extraction

    2. Principles of Metallurgy
  6. Surface Chemistry

    1. Absorption

    2. Catalysis

    3. Emulsions

    4. Types and Properties of Colloids
  7. Chemistry in Everyday Life

    1. Therapeutic Acton of Drugs

    2. Classification of Drugs and their Target Interaction

    3. Food Activities and Cleansing Agents
  8. The d-Block and f-Block Elements

    1. Introduction and Properties of d-Block Elements

    2. Important Components of d-Block

    3. Lanthanides and Actinides 
  9. The p-Block Elements

    1. Trends in Properties of p-Block

    2. Nitrogen and its Components

    3. Phosphorus and its Components

    4. Oxygen

    5. Sulphur and its Components

    6. Halogens

    7. Group 18 Elements
  10. Coordination Compounds

    1. Introduction to Co-ordination Compounds

    2. Nomenclature of Co-ordination Compounds

    3. Valence Bond Theory

    4. Crystal Field Theory
  11. Halo alkanes and Haloarenes

    1. Characteristics of Halo Compounds

    2. General methods of preparation

    3. Chemical properties

    4. Polyhalogen Compounds
  12. Alcohol, phenols and Ethers

    1. Introduction to and Preparation of Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers

    2. Properties of Alcohol and Ethers

    3. Characteristics of Phenols
  13. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acid

    1. General Study of Carbonyl Compounds

    2. Aldehydes and Ketones

    3. Carboxylic Acid
  14. Amines

    1. Study of Nitrogen Functional Group

    2. Preparation of Amines

    3. Properties of Amines

    4. Diazonium Salts
  15. Biomolecules

    1. Carbohydrates

    2. Proteins, Enzymes and Vitamins

    3. DNA and RNA
  16. Polymers

    1. Classification of Polymers

    2. Addition and Condensation Polymers

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