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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 Physical Chemistry Part 2 for IIT JEE

Chemical Kinetic (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

Classification of reactions, Zero – order Reaction,, Molecularity, Elementary Reactions, Complex Reactions.Collision Theory, Maxwell’s Distribution of Energies, Arrhenius Equation,Parallel Path Reactions, Consecutive Reactions.

Chemical Equilibrium (Topic Weightage : 5 %)

Chemical Equilibrium, Heterogeneous Reaction, Homogeneous Reaction, Henry’s Law, Stoichimetric representation, Le Chateller’s Principle, Reversible Reaction.

Ionic Equilibrium (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

Ostwald’s Dilution Law, Common Ion Effect, Bronsted-Lowry Concept of Acid and Base, Lewis Concept, Weak Acid, Salts, Buffer Solution,

Electrolysis and Electrolytic Conductance (Topic Weightage : 1 %)

Faraday’s Laws, Faraday’s Second Law of Electrolysis, Electroplating.Resistance and Conductivity, Kohlrausch’s Law, Ionic Mobility.

Ideal Solutions (Topic Weightage : 2 %)

Types of Solution, Henry’s Law Constant, Raoult’s Law, Non-Ideal Solutions, Molal Depression, Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure, Berkeley and Hartley’s Method, Van’t Hoff Theory

Surface Chemistry  (Topic Weightage : 1 %)

Adsorption-an Exothermic Process, Freundlich Adsorption Isotherm,Catalysis, Colloidal State of Matter, Bredig’s arc method, Tyndall effect, Hardy Schulze Law,Emulsions Indicators, Ostwald’s theory,