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Class 12th Chemistry - NCERT Solution

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Class 12 , Chemistry
Board: CBSE & State Boards , Language: Hinglish

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150+ Video lecture covering entire syllabus Each topic with example exercise. 
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Curriculum

Chapter 1. Solid states

  • 1. Amorphous & Crystalline Solid
  • 2. Bravius Lattice
  • 3. Cubic unit cells
  • 4. Closest Packed St & HCP St
  • 5. Tetrahedral & Octahedral Void
  • 6. Density of unit cell
  • 7. Radius ratio
  • 8. Types of Ionic Solid
  • 9. Defect In Solid
  • 10. Semiconductor & Magnetic Properties
  • 11. Solid State Problems Discussion (1)
  • 12. Solid State Problems Discussion
  • 13. Solid State NEET Problems Discussion
  • 14. Solid State NEET Problems Discussion

Chapter 2. Solutions

  • 1. Thermodynamics of Solution Formation
  • 2. Factors affecting Solubility
  • 3. Colligative Properties & Vapour Pressure
  • 4. Raoults Law
  • 5. Relative lowering of Vapour Pressure
  • 6. Ideal, Non Ideal & Azeotropic Solution
  • 7. Elevation in B.P., Depression in F.P.
  • 8. Osmotic Pressure & Van't Hoff Factor
  • 9. Solution - Problems discussion
  • 10. Solution - NEET Problems discussion

Chapter 3. Electrochemistry

  • 1. Galvanic Cell
  • 2. Cell Notation & Cell Reaction
  • 3. Emf of Cell
  • 4. Measruement of S.R.P.
  • 5. Electrochemcial SERIES
  • 6. The Nernst Equation & Concentration Cell
  • 7. Battery & its Types (12th BOARD)
  • 8. Electrolysis
  • 9. Faraday Law
  • 10. Resistance & Conductance
  • 11. Variations in Molar & Eq. Conductance
  • 12. Kohlrausch Law
  • 13. Measurement of Resistance of Cell
  • 14. Conductometric Titration

Chapter 4. Chemical Kinetics

  • 1. Rate of Reaction
  • 2. Differential Rate Law, Initial Rate
  • 3. Integrated Rate Laws
  • 4. Pseudo Order Reaction
  • 5. Volume & Pressure Change Method
  • 6. Reaction Mechanism
  • 7. Arhenius Equation

Chapter 5. Surface Chemistry

  • 1. Adsorption
  • 2. Pressure & Temperature Effect
  • 3. Catalysis
  • 4. Colloids
  • 5. Preparation & Purification of Colloids
  • 6. Optical & Electrical Properties
  • 7. Coagulation Value & Gold Number

Chapter 6. General Principles and Processes Of Isolation Of Elements

  • 1. Concentration of Ore
  • 2. Roasting, Calcination, smelting
  • 3. Electrorefining, Chromatographic Method
  • 4. Electrometallurg, Hydrometallurgy
  • 5. Ellingham Diagram
  • 6. Extraction of Cu & Fe
  • 7. Extration of Al & Zn

Chapter 7. P – Block Elements

  • 1. Introduction to P- Block Elements
  • 2. IIIA - Elemental properties.mp4
  • 3. IIIA - General properties of compounds.mp4
  • 4. IIIA - Boron Compounds
  • 5. Use of B and Al
  • 6. IVA Elemental Properties
  • 7. IVA Elements Chemical Properties
  • 8. Allotropes of Carbon
  • 9. Compounds of C
  • 10. Silicones
  • 11. Silicates
  • 12. Compouds of VA Elements
  • 13. Nitrogen & Ammonia
  • 14. Nitric Acid
  • 15. Phosphorous & Phosphine
  • 16. Phosphorus Chlorides
  • 17. Phosphorous Oxides & Hydroxides
  • 18. Compounds of VIA Elements
  • 19. Oxygen & Ozone
  • 20. Allotropes of Sulphur
  • 21. Oxyacids of Sulphur
  • 22. Compounds of Halogens
  • 23. Chlorine & HCl
  • 24. Noble Gas

Chapter 8. D and F Block Elements

  • 1. Elemental Properties
  • 2. Elemental Properties
  • 3. Elemental Properties
  • 4. K2Cr2O7
  • 5. KMnO4
  • 6. Lanthanoids
  • 7. Actinoids

Chapter 9. Coordination Compounds

  • 1. Nomenclature of Complex Compounds
  • 2. Primary & Secondary Valency
  • 3. Concept of EAN
  • 4. VBT in Complex Compounds
  • 5. CFT in Complex Compounds
  • 6. CFT for Octahedral & Tetrahedral Complex
  • 7. Structural Isomerism in Complex Compounds
  • 8. Geometrical Isomerism in Complex Compounds
  • 9. Optical Isomerism, use of Complex
  • 10. Organometallic Compounds

Chapter 10. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

  • 1.Preparation
  • 2. Chemical Properties
  • 3. Haloform Reaction
  • 4. Griginard Reagent
  • 5. Aryl Halides

Chapter 11. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers

  • 1. Preparation of Alcohol
  • 2. Oxidation of Alcohol
  • 3. Hydrates Acetal Ketal
  • 4. Tests of Alcohol
  • 5. Ether preparation & properties
  • 6. Phenol Preparation
  • 7. Phenol Chemical Properties
  • 8. Riemer Tiemann Reaction

Chapter 12. Aldehydes, Ketones, and Carboxylic Acids

  • 1. Preparation
  • 2. Beckmann Rearrangement Witting Reaction
  • 3. Bayer Villegar Oxidation
  • 4. Aldol Condensation Reaction
  • 5. Cannizzaro reaction
  • 6. Benzoin Condensation
  • 7. Perkin Condensation
  • 8. Reformasky reaction
  • 9. Aldehyde & Ketone Tests.
  • 10. Aromatic Aldehyde & Ketone Preparation
  • 11. Chemical Reaction of Aromatic Aldehyde
  • 12. Carboxylic Acid - preparation
  • 13. Carboxylic Acid - Chemical Reactions of acids
  • 14. Carboxylic Acid - HVZ, Hoffmann reaction

Chapter 13. Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

  • 1. Alkane Nitrile & Isonitrile
  • 2. Nitrogen Containing Compounds - Amine Preparation
  • 3. Carbyl Amine Reaction
  • 4. Aniline
  • 5. Phenyl Diazonium Salts

Chapter 14. Biomolecules

  • 1. Introduction & Types of Carbohydrates
  • 2. D-Glucose & D-Fructose
  • 3. Oxidation with HIO4
  • 4. Sucrose, Maltose, Lactose
  • 5. Starch, Cellulose, Glycogen
  • 6. Reducing Sugar, Mutarotation, Osazone Formation
  • 7. Amino Acids
  • 8. Proteins
  • 9. Vitamins
  • 10. Nucleic Acid

Chapter 15. Polymers

  • 1. Addition Polymerisation
  • 2. Condensation Polymerisation
  • 3. Division of Polymer
  • 4. Examples of Polymer

Chapter 16. Chemistry In Everyday Life

  • 1. POC Qualitative Analysis
  • 2. POC Qualitative Analysis
  • 3. POC Quantitative Analysis
  • 4. POC Quantitative Analysis

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