Language of Chemistry
- Dalton’s Atomic Theory and Laws of Stoichiometry
- Empirical, Molecular Formula and Limiting Reactants
- Avogadro’s Hypothesis and Its Application
- Equivalent Mass
State of Matter: Gaseous State
State of Matter: Liquid State
- Liquid State Question
- Liquid State Answer
- Name the physical property behind rise of liquids in capillary tube.
- Define aqueous tension. Why is it subtracted from the total pressure to determine the pressure of a dry gas?
- What is evaporation? How does it differ from boiling?
- Define coefficient of viscosity. How coefficient of viscosity is related with viscous force?
- Why is a mercury droplet spherical?
- The meniscus for mercury in a glass tube is concave downward. Explain.
- What is the effect of temperature on-
- What do you understand by the term surface tension?
- How is surface tension originated?
- Define Van’t Hoff’s factor. What for it used?
- What do you mean by boiling point and evaporation?
- Give reason.
- What happens to the vapour pressure of a solvent, when non volatile solute particles are dissolved in it?
- Define coefficient of viscosity.
- Why does boiling point of liquid rise on increasing pressure?
- Mention physical properties of liquid due surface tension.
State of Matter: Solid State
Electronic Theory of Valency and Bonding
Periodic Classification of Elements
- Halogens (Chlorine, Bromine and Iodine)
- Carbon- Old is Gold
- Phosphorous- Old is Gold
- Sulphur- Old is Gold
- Boron and Silicon- Old is Gold
- Noble gas- Old is Gold
- Environmental Pollution- Old is Gold
Metal and Metallurgical Principles
Alkaline Earth Metals
Introduction to Organic Chemistry
- Fundamental Principles- Old is Gold
- Structure Isomerism in Organic Compounds
- Preliminary Idea of Reaction Mechanism