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    Chapter: 1 Fundamentals of Chemistry


    Basic definitions, Matter, substance, Mixture(types), Elements, compound, Atomic number, Mass number, Relative mass unit, Empirical formula and Molecular formula, Types of molecular formula, Molecular mass calculation, the concept of mole, Avogadro’snumber, chemical calculation, the mole-mass calculation (1.5), Mole-particles calculation Example(1.6,1.7).

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included


    Chapter:2 Structure of Atom


    Rutherford atomic model (experiment, Defects), Bohr’s atomic theory, electronic configuration.

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.


    Chapter:3 Periodic Table and Periodicity of properties


    Periods and groups of element, and s and p blocks in periodic table, Periodicity of properties, Shielding effect and trends, atomic size and trends, Ionization energy and trends, Electron affinity and trends, electronegativity and trends.

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.


    Chapter:4 Structure of the molecule


    Chemical Bond, Types of the bond, ionic bond, covalent bond, intermolecular forces.

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.


    Chapter:5 Physical state of Matter


    Boyle’s Law, Charles Law, Liquid state, evaporation, vapor pressure, boiling point, effect of external pressure on boiling point, sublimation, types of solids (Amorphous and crystalline).

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.


    Chapter: 6 Solution


    Saturated, Unsaturated, Super Saturated Solution, Concentration Units (Percentage, Molarity, Solubility, Effect of Temperature on Solubility, Comparison of Solution, Suspension and Colloids (Only table is included)

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.


    Chapter: 7 Electrochemistry


    Oxidation, Reduction, oxidation-reduction in term of loss or gain of electrons, oxidation state and rules for assigning oxidation state and oxidation number, oxidizing and reducing agent, Electrochemical cell, nature of electro chemical process, the concept of electrolyte, electrolytic cell, use of electrolytic cell, galvanic cell (Daniel cell), Reaction in Daniel cell, Zinc electroplating, chromium electroplating, corrosion and its prevention, rusting of iron, corrosion of Aluminum, cathode protection.

    Note: Related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions of above-mentioned topics are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.


    Chapter: 8 Chemical Reactivity


    Metal, electropositive character, comparison of reactivity of Alkali and alkaline Earth metals, the inertness of Noble metals, the importance of silver, Gold, Platinum, Non-metals, Electronegativity character, comparison of reactivity of halogen.

    Note: Topic related self-assessments, review exercise and think tank questions are included. Side boxes and Society, science and technology are not included.

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      Originally posted by SID_NY View Post
      OP, the option to open a thread is only for the purpose of starting a discussion. If you dont do it the right way, you'll lose that privilege. Hope you understand
      ok i understand.next time i will be careful .

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