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#### Basic Concept of Chemistry

Day 1: Chemistry, Matter, Atom, Molecule, Avogadro’s Law, To find the relationship between molecular mass and vapour density of a gas, Proof of Atomicity of Gases, Atomic mass , Atomic mass unit , Average atomic mass Calculation of Average Atomic Mass, Other Frequently Encounter Terms.Day 2: The Mole Concept, Definition Mole, To find the relationship between mass and volume of a gas, Principal Of Atomic Conservation (POAC).

Day 3: Stoichiometry, Definition of stoichiometry Coefficients, Definition of Limiting Reagent, Definition of Significance of Equivalent Weight, In acid-base neutralization reactions, Law of Chemical Equivalence, Redox Reaction - Oxidation number Method, The oxidation number concept, Equivalent Weight Calculation, Equivalent in Precipitate Reaction, Electrolytes,, In general, Some Formulae of Equivalent.

Day 4: Eudiometry, Reaction in solutions, Mass percentage or volume percentage, Volume of percentage, Parts per million, Molarity of a Solution, Mole fraction, Normality, Dulong – Petits law, Ionic Strength(μ).

Day 5: Illustration.

Day 6: Illustration.

#### Properties Of Gases

Day 1: States of matter, Measurement of pressure, Measuring Devices, Definition Standard Atmospheric pressure, Various units of pressure, Gas Laws, Boyle’s Law, Isotherm, Altitude Sickness.Day 2: Charles’ Law, Straight Line, Alternative from of charles’ law, Isobar, Effect of Pressure, Gay Lussac’s Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Equation, Numerical Value of R.

Day 3: Dalton’s Law of partial Pressure, Graham’s Law of Diffusion/Effusion, Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases, Kinetic Gas Equation, Derivation of Gas Laws, Kinetic Energy and Temperature.

Day 4: Maxwell Distribution of molecular speeds, Effect of Temperature, Collision Parameters, Ideal Gases, Real Gases, Effect of Temperature on Deviations, Boyle Temperature, Reasons For Deviation, Corrections : Van der waals, Significance of Van der Waals Constants, Vander Waals Equations, Boyle Temperature in terms of Vander Waals Constant.

Day 5: Liquefaction of gases, Critical Temperature (Tc), Critical Pressure (Pc), Critical Volume (Vc), Critical constant of some gases, Critical constants in terms of Van der Walls constants, Andrews Experiment.

Day 6: Illustration.

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#### Thermodynamics

Day 1: Thermodynamics, System and Surroundings, Types of System, Macroscopic Properties of the System, Types of Processes, Internal Energy. Day 2: Work, Heat, According to IUPAC Conventions, First Law of Thermodynamics, Observations in Support of First Law, Alternative Statements of First Law of Thermodynamics, Mathematical Formulation of the First Law of Thermodynamics, Enthalpy Change, Enthalpy of the System, Internal Energy Change.Day 3: Heat Capacity, Moral Heat Capacity, Relationship Between Cp and Cv for Ideal Gas.

Day 4: Joule-Thomson Expansion, Thermo Chemistry, Important Points Regarding a Thermochemical Reaction, Heat of Reaction, Factors Affecting Feat of Reaction, Kirchhoff’s Equation, Standard Enthalpy, Enthalpy of Formation, Standard Enthalpy of Formation.

Day 5: Enthalpy of Neutralization, Enthalpy Change During Phase Transitions, Hess’s Law of Constant Heat Summation, Application of Hess Law, Determination of Enthalpy Change of Slow Reactions, Lattice Enthalpy, Important Consequences of Lattice Enthalpies, Heat of Solution, Bond Energies, Application of Bond Energies, Limitations of First Law.

Day 6: Spontaneous Processes, Entropy, Entropy Change, Spontaneity in terms of entropy change, Entropy Change, Isothermal Process, Second Law of Thermodynamics, Spontaneity Criteria in Terms of Gibbs Free Energy, Effect of Sign of ΔH and Temperature on the Spontaneity of a Process, Third Law of Thermodynamics.

Day 7: Illustration.

Day 8: Illustration.

#### Redox Reactons & Electromotive Force

Day 1: Photosynthesis, Production of heat from fuels, Oxidation & Reduction, Classical Concept, Reduction, Electronic Concept, Oxidation Number Method, Ion- electron Method.Day 2: Electromotive Force, Electrode potential, Redox couple, Electrochemical Cell, Salt bridge and its function, Representation of electrochemical cell, More about Electrode Potentials, Electrochemical series (Activity series), Nernst Equation, Thermodynamics of Cells.

Day 3: Illustration.

Day 4: Illustration.

#### Structure Of Atom

Day 1: Dalton’s Atomic Theory, Thomson’s Model of Atom, Rutherford’s Scattering Experiment, Rutherford’s Nuclear Model of Atom, Concept of the Atomic Number, Mass Number and Discovery of Neutron, Wave Nature of Light, Characteristics of Wave Motion {1870, James Clark Maxwell}, Characteristics of Electromagnetic Radiations, Particle Nature of Light : {Processes not explained by wave nature}, Observation.Day 2: Quantum theory of radiation, Spectrum, Limitations of Rutherford Model of Atom, Bohr’s Model of the Atoms, Explanation of Atomic Spectrum of hydrogen atom, Principal quantum number.

Day 3: De-Broglie Hypothesis, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Quantum mechanical model, Salient features of Quantum mechanical model, Principal Quantum Number (n), Angular momentum quantum number ( l ), Magnetic Quantum Number (ml), Spin Quantum Number, Pauli Exclusion Principle, Shape of Atomic Orbitals, Concept of nodes, Number of radial nodes = n – l –1, Angular Nodes, Number of angular nodes = l.

Day 4: Illustration.

#### Solid States

Day 1: Characteristic properties of solids are, Crystalline solids, Amorphous solids, The solid state, Molecular solids, Ionic Solids, Metallic Solids, Electron and sea model, Exceptional behaviour of Graphite, Covalent or Network Crystals, Diamond, Graphite, Crystal Lattice, Unit cell, Types of unit cells, Calculation of no. atoms per unit cell, Calculations of atoms per unit cell, Relationship between the neighbour distance(d) and radius of atom(r) (r=d/2 for crystals of pure elements) and the edge of unit cell (a).Day 2: Close Packing, Packing Efficiency, Location of void in unit cell.

Day 3: Size of voids, Relationship between radius of octahedral void and rasius of atoms in the close packing, Relationship between radius of the tetrahedral void and radius of atoms in close packing, Density of unit cell, X-ray Diffraction From a Crystal Lattice, Bragg's Equation, Imperfections of Solids, Electronic Imperfection, Point Defects, Defect in Stoichiometric crystals, Conditions causing Schottky defects, Conditions causing Frenkel defects, Point Defects in Non-Stoichiometric Crystals, Consequences of Metal Excess Defects, Metal Deficient Defects, Impurity Defects.

Day 4: Illustration.

Validity of the course | JEE 2016- 30 june 2016 JEE 2017- 30 june 2017 JEE 2018- 30 june 2018 |

Total Number of DVD | 2 DVDs Containing Video Lectures |

Total Number of Books | 1 Book containing notes total pages 162 |

About the Teacher | Mr. Akendra Singh Mishra ( : B-Tech IIT BHU Experience: 5 years ) |

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