Inorganic Chemistry for JEE
Mrs Shashi Bala MSc PhD Lucknow University Experience 15 yearsChemistry For JEE Topics Covered p-block elements

Inorganic Chemistry for JEE – DVD 2


Topics Covered

  1. p-block elements
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p – Block Elements (DVD -1) Day 1: p – block elements, Group – 13 Elements, Some Atomic and Physical Properties of Group 13 Elements, Atomic radii / Ionic radii, Ionization Enthalpy, Electronegativity, Electropositive / metallic character, Density, Melting Point, Chemical Properties, Oxidation state and trends in chemical reactivity, Inert pair effect, Trends in chemical reactivity, AlCl3 exist as dimer while BCl3 not, Reactivity towards air, Reactivity towards Acid & Alkalies, Reactivity with Halogens.Day 2: Important Trends and Anomalous Properties of Boron, Boron, Ore, Extraction of Boron, Properties, Compounds of Boron, B2O3, Preparation, Orthoboric Acid H3BO3 or B(OH)3, Preparation, Properties, Test for Borate radical, Borax (Na2B4 O7.10H2O), Preparation, Borax Bead Test, With NaOH, Useful primary standard for titrating against acids, Boron Hydrides, Diborane (B2H6), Industrial method, Special Molecule, Hydrolysis of Borazine.Day 3: Aluminum, Compounds of Aluminum, Al2O3 (Al oxide), Aluminum Chloride (AlCl3.6H2O), Alums.Day 4: Group 14 Elements Carbon Family, Electronic Configuration of Elements of Group 14, Some Atomic and Physical of Group 14 Elements, Chemical Properties, Oxidation State, Reactivity with oxygen, Reactivity towards halogens, Anomalous Behavior of Carbon in Family, Main point of difference, Allotropic Forms of Carbon, Properties of Carbon, Oxides of Carbon, CO2, Preparation (Industrial), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Carbides.

Day 5: Silicones, Compounds of Silicon, Silicates, Ortho silicates, Pyro silicates, Cyclic silicate, Chain Silicate.

Day 6: Compound of Tin, SnO, Stannous Chloride (SnCl2.2H2O), SnCl4, Compounds of Lead, Litharge – PbO, Lead Oxide PbO2, Red lead Pb3O4, Lead Chloride PbCl2.

Day 7: p – block (Nitrogen Family Group 15), p – block (Nitrogen Family), Atomic and Physical properties, Chemical Properties, Anomalous Behavior of Nitrogen, Reactivity Towards Hydrogen, Basicity, Stability, Reducing Character, Properties of Hydrides of Group 15 Elements, Reactivity Towards Oxygen E2O3 and E2O5, Reactivity Towards Halogens Ex3 and Ex5, Reactivity Towards Metals.

Day 8: Dinitrogen N2, Lab Method, Common Method, Oxidation of Nitrogen, Structures of Oxides of Nitrogen, Point to Remember, Reducing Agent, Oxidizing Agent, Ammonia NH3, Lab method for preparation, Haber’s Process, Test for ammonium salt, Properties of Hydrazine, Uses of NH3, Nitric Acid (HNO3), Brown ring test (in test

Day 9: Phosphorus, Act as a reducing agent, Compounds of P, Phosphine (PH3), Phosphorus Halides, PCl5, Oxoacids of P, H3PO4 Orthophosphoric acid, Oxides of phosphorous, P2O3, P2O5, Important Questions.

Day 10: Group – 16, Oxygen family, Occurrence : Oxygen, Sulphur, Combined sulphur, Selenium, Tellurium, Polonium, Electronic Configuration of Elements of Group 16, Some Physical Properties of Group 16 Elements, General electronic configuration – ns2np4, Electron gain enthalpy, Electronegative, Physical Properties, Elemental State, S8, Anomalous behavior of oxygen, Photosensitive elements.

Day 11: Compounds of Oxygen, O2, Preparation (Lab Method), Brins process (manufacture process), Chemical Properties, Types of Oxides, H2O2 Hydrogen Peroxide, Lab method, Industrial Method (Auto oxidation), By electrolysis, Chemical Properties, Acidic nature, As oxidizing agent, H2O2 as reducing agent, Test for H2O2, Ozone (O3), Chemical Properties, Oxidizing agent, Test for Ozone.

Day 12: Shulphur, Compounds of Sulphur, SO2, SO3, Acidic Nature, Oxidizing nature, Oxoacids of Sulphur, Structure, Sulphur acid Structure, Manufacturing, H2S, Sodium thiosulphate (Na2S2 O3.5H2O) or hypo, As Reaction agent.

Day 13: Group – 17 Elements (Halogen Family), Bond Dissociation Enthalpy, Chemical Properties, SRP (Standard Reduction Potential), Hydration energy of X–, Anomalous behavior of F, Reactivity With Hydrogen.

Day 14: F2, Preparation, Electrolytic method, Electrolytic, Anode, Cathode, Wessel, On electrolysis, Chemical method, Oxidising character:, Reaction with NaOH solution, Reaction with SiO2, Reaction with SO3, Cl2, Common method (Cl2, Br2, I2), Only for Cl2, Manufacture of chlorine, Reaction with NH3 (common for Cl2 & Br2), Reaction with NaOH, Bromine (Br2), Common method, From Sea – water, Iodine (I2), Common method, From Caliche or Crude chile salt petre, Reaction with KClO3 or KBrO3, Hydrogen Halide HX, Enthalpy of dissociation in kJ/mol, Dichlorine monoxide (Cl2O), Chlorine dioxide (ClO2), Laboratory method, Dichlorine hexoxide (Cl2O6), Dichlorine heptoxide Cl2O7, Bromine dioxide (BrO2), Oxides of iodine, Hypohalous acid (HOX), Halous acid (HXO2), Halic acid (HXO3), Important Points, Bleaching Powder (CaOCl2. H2O), Some important order, Pseudo Halogens & Pseudo Halides, Interhalogen Compounds, From lower interhalogens.

Day 15: Group – 18 Elements (The Zero Group Family), Occurrence, Atomic radii, Electron gain enthalpy, Chemical Properties, Physical compound → possess no proper bonding, Clathrate Compound, True chemical compound (with proper bonding), Compounds of Xenon, XeF4, Xenon hexafluoride XeF6, Some Important Points, Xenon Oxygen Compounds.

Day 16: Illustration.

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Mrs Shashi Bala MSc PhD Lucknow University Experience 15 years