If, you have prepared well then chemistry for IIT JEE is the subject that can assure your good marks in the exam. In the exam pattern of IIT JEE chemistry paper most of the topics are tested directly and are not very twisted to check the aspirant’s skills and knowledge.

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Important Topics in Organic Chemistry for IIT JEE

Basic Organic Chemistry (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Introduction, Acyclic or open chain compounds, Condensed and Bond-line Structural Formulas, Classification of Organic Compounds, Heterocyclic, Aromatic compounds, Benzenoid aromatic compounds, Homologous Series, Nomenclature, Nomenclature Rules – Saturated and Branched Chain, Unsaturated and Functional Groups, Cyclic Compounds Isomerism, Metamers, Tautomerism, Wedge and Dash, Fisher Projection, Sawhorse projections, Newman Projections, Conformers of Butane C4H10, Cyclo Hexane, Test for Nitrogen, Quantitative Analysis, Carbon and Hydrogen, Halogens Carius Method, Determination of Molecular Mass.

Reaction Mechanism (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Carbocations, Carbanions, Nucleophiles and Electrophiles, Electron Displacement in Substance, Strength of Various Atom and Groups, Resonance.Hyperconjugation, Electromeric Effect (E-Effect), Classification of Reactions, Strength of Acid, Reaction Mechanism, Markownikoff’s Rule, Nucleophilic Addition Reaction, Stereochemistry of Addition Nucleophillic, Anti-Markownikoff’s Rule (Kharash Peroxide Effect), Chain-Initiating Step, Chain-Propagation Step, Chain-terminating Step, Free Radical Addition Reaction.Substitution Reactions, Radical Reactions Elimination Reactions,  

Hydrocarbon (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Alkanes/Alkanes/Alkanes Introduction, Classification, Physical Properties, Preparation, Chemical Properties, 

Halogen Compounds (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Chemical Properties, Elimination, C – (I) → Sub Nucleophillic, Electron with Drawing Group, 

Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

Preparation, Chemical Properties, Williamson Ether Synthesis,

Ketones and Aldehydes  (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Carbonyl Compounds Preparation, Hydroboration Oxidation, Decarboxylation of Calcium Salts of Carboxylic Acids Addition Reaction (Nucleophillic), Cannizzaro Reaction, Aldol Condensation, Claisen Condensation, Claisen Schmitt Condensation, Knoevenagel Cond, Reformatsky Reaction,

Carboxylic Acid  (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

Nomenclature, IUPAC Names, Common Reducing Agents and Their Reactions,

Nitrogen Compounds (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

Nitrogen Compounds, UREA, Preparation, Properties Physical, Chemical, Amines Introduction, Classification, Nomenclature, Preparation Primary Amines, Secondary Amines, Tertiary Amine, Hoffman’s Method, Aniline Preparation,

Biomolecules (Topic Weightage : 3 %)

Glucose, Fructose, Glycosidic Linkage, Disaccharides, Polysaccharides, Proteins, Amino Acids, Isoelectric Point, Proteins,H-bonds between the nitrogenous bases in DNA, Different Types of RNA Formed in the Cell, H-bonds between the nitrogenous bases in DNA

Polymers (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Introduction, Classification of Polymers, 

Chemistry in Everyday Life (Topic Weightage : 1 %)

Introduction, Drugs, Different Medicines Antacids, Antihistamines, Neurologically Active Drugs, Antimicrobials, Chemicals in Food, Cleaning Agents,