August 24, 2017

Junior Inter Chemistry Study Plan for AP and Telangana Students - PART 1

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See PART - 2 here: Junior Inter Study Plan - Chemistry Part 2

Read Chemistry regularly early in the morning in order to retain chemistry for ever. Identify most repeated VSAQs (2 Marks), SAQs (4 Marks), LAQs (8 Marks) from previous I.P.E. papers. It is comfortable to answer in LAQs, SAQs and VSAQs order for 100% score in B.I.E. Most of the times some of the VSAQs are not repeated from few lessons, so one must learn all VSAQs given at chapter end, intext, inbox and solved questions.

For Very Short Answer Questions (SAQs - 2 Marks):

Put more efforts on States of matter, Stoichiometry, Thermodynamics, Chemical equilibrium & Acids-bases, Alkali & Alkaline earth metals, Group 13 & 14 elements, Environmental Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.

For Short Answer Questions (SAQs - 4 Marks):

Learn questions from States of matter, Stoichiometry, Thermodynamics, Chemical equilibrium and Acids - Bases, H2 & Its compounds, 13th & 14th groups, Chemical bonding and Organic Chemistry.

For Long Answer Questions (LAQs - 8 Marks):

3 LAQs are coming only from Atomic Structure, Classification of elements, Chemical bonding and Organic Chemistry.

Atomic Structure (8 Marks):

For I.P.E.: LAQs 1) 4 Quantum numbers 2) Postulates, limitations of Bohr's model of H atom, line spectrum of H atom.

For competitive exams: Rydberg's equation, work function, K.E., P.E., T.E., de Broglie, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle related problems and concepts. Quantum numbers, shapes of orbitals, quantum mechanical model, radial nodes and angular nodes.

Classification of Elements And Periodicity in Properties (8 Marks):

For I.P.E: LAQs 1) I.E.1 & I.E2, Comparison, Factors effecting 2) s, p, d, f block elements 3) Periodic property def. & their variation in
group & period- I.E, E.N., E.G.E., atomic radius, nature of oxides.

For competitive exams: Criss - Cross rule, position of elements, valency, types of radii, iso electronic and all the periodic properties
(exceptions trends in groups, periods and both).

States of Matter : Gases and Liquids (2 + 4 Marks):

For I.P.E.: SAQs: 1) Postulates of Kinetic molecular theory of gases 2) Deduction of gas laws: Avogadro, Boyle, Charle's, Dalton, K.E, Graham's law 3) Derivation of ideal gas equation 4) Graham's law (def. & problem) 5) Dalton's law (def. & problem) 6) 3 types of speeds (def. & problem) and solved problems 4.4 to 4.6.

VSAQs: 4, 10, 15, 18, 19, 22, 32 to 35, 42, 43, 45 and 4.7 to 4.10

For competitive exams: Vander Waal's equation, K.E., problems on 3 types of speeds, Graham's Law, Dalton's law and concepts of viscosity, Surface tension.

Stoichiometry (2 + 4 Marks):

Stoichiometry is heart of chemistry. Art of learning physical chemistry lessons and some of the Inorganic chemistry lessons are well linked with this lesson.

For I.P.E: SAQs: 1) Balancing of redox reactions in acid medium & basic medium 2) E.F. & M.F. related problems.

VSAQs: 1, 3, 5 to 8, problems on w-w, w-v, v-v and equivalent weights solved problems: 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.6 to 5.9, 5.14 law of definite proportions, law of multiple proportions.

For competitive exams: Significant figures, accuracy, precise, oxidation numbers, M, N, m, x, Eq. Wts, E.F., M.F., oxidising and reducing
agents, mole concept, stoichiometric calculations.

Thermodynamics (4 or 2 + 2 marks):

For I.P.E.: SAQs: 1) Hess's law 2) Cp − Cv = R 3) Problems on types of Enthalpies.
VSAQs: 2, 14, 22, 25, 29, 32, 37 and intext questions 6.3, 6.4, 6.11, 6.12.

For competitive exams: State function, path function, 1st, 2nd, 3rd laws of thermodynamics, entropy, enthalpy of formation, combustion, H, E, G related problems, criteria of spontaneity (ΔG, ΔH, ΔS linked), extensive and intensive properties.

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