August 24, 2017

Junior Intermediate Chemistry Study Plan - PART 2 for Telangana and AP Students

Following is the Chemistry (Junior Intermediate) study plan for the students of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Intermediate Boards. This is PART 2 of the study plan. You can see PART 1 in the lables mentioned below this topic.

See PART 1: Junior Inter Chemistry Study Plan - PART 1

Chemical Equilibrium and Acids - Bases (2 + 4 Marks):

For I.P.E: SAQs: 1) Lechatlier's principle (def. & synthesis of SO3 & NH3) 2) Kc, Kp relation for SO3, NH3 equilibria 3) Lewis theory 4)
Buffer solutions (def, types, examples, buffer action, problems) 5) Salt Hydrolysis def. & nature of 3 types of salt solutions 6) Solubility
- Solubility product - common ion effect and intext questions 7.14, 7.15, 7.17, 7.25 to 7.28.

VSAQs: 1, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 13, 24, 26, 30, 31, 69. Intext Questions: 7.2, 7.5, 7.7, 7.11, 7.14, 7.15, 7.17, 7.25 to 7.28.

For competitive exams: QC & KC, KC & KP relation, problems on pH, Kw, Ka, Kb, Kc, Ksp, buffer solutions and salt hydrolysis of different salts.

Hydrogen & Its Compounds (4 Marks):

For IPE: SAQs: 1) Utility of H2 as fuel 2) Temporary & Permanent hardness of water calgon (or ion exchange method). 3) All types of hydrides 4) Oxidising and reducing properties of H2O2. 5) Preparation of H2O2 by auto oxidation method & electrolytic method.

VSAQs: There is a possibility of asking two 2 marks questions like What is syn gas/ Coal gasification/ Auto protolysis/ Uses of D2O/ M.P., B.P. of D2O/ 3 isotopes of H/ Use of H2 in welding of high melting metals/ Water is amphoteric in Bronsted sense/ Why B.P. of H2O is greater than H2S?
Chapter end questions: 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 19, 33.

For competitive Exams: Types of hydrides, problems on H2O2 & Hardness of water. Comparison of physical properties of H2 & D2, H2O & D2O, Calgon & ion exchange methods.

Alkali & Alkaline Earth Metals (2 + 2 Marks):

For IPE: VSAQs: Biological importance of Ca+2, Mg+2, Na+, K+, Lesson end questions: 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 14 to 28, 33, 34, 36, 37, 42, 43. Why is KO2 is paramagnetic? What is the Oxi. state of K in KO2?

For competitive exams: Order of hydrated ions size, order of density, SRPs, reducing strength, solubility, lattice enthalpies of IA metals, Na-K pump, IA, IIA metal solutions in NH3 (liq.), Uses of Cu-Be, Mg-Al alloys, Mg CO3. It is advisable to make notes of key points & trends of periodic properties (especially anamalous properties) of 1st to 18th groups.

Group -13 Elements (2 + 2 or 4 Marks):

For I.P.E.: SAQs: 1) Borax bead test 2) Structure of Diborane 3) Preparation & Chemical Properties of B2H6.

VSAQs: 1) Formula of borazine & Its common name. 2) Inert pair effect def. Stability of Tl +1 Salts. 3) Hybridisation of B in Borazine &
Diaborane. 4. Structure of Borazole & Orthoboric acid.

For competitive exams: Physical properties, Inert pair effect, structural aspects of diborane, borax, boric acid, chemical properties of diborane, borax bead test, in text, inbox questions.

Group - 14 Elements (2 + 2 or 4 Marks):

For I.P.E: SAQs: 1) Difference in properties of diamond and graphite 2) Write a short note on allotropy, catenation, inert pair effect, green house effect.

VSAQs: 1 to 31, 34d, 41, 42, 43c, 44, 45a, b, 48, 50 a, b, c, uses of Zeolites, silicones, what are fullerenes? CCl4 doesn't dissolve in water but SiCl4 dissolves. Why?

For competitive exams: Inert pair effect, uses & structures of Silicates, Silicones, Zeolites, pH of H2CO3/H2CO3 − system, structure of fullerene, Types of Oxides, hydrolysis of compounds.

Environmental Chemistry (2 + 2 Marks):

For I.P.E.: VSAQs: Sink, receptor, BOD, COD, pollutant, contaminant, TLV, Eutrophication, BOD values of clean and polluted water, DO (def. values of cold water & air), green house effect, acid rains (def.,
gases, causes, ill effects), chapter end questions 23, 29, 1, 2, 6, 15, 17.

For competitive exams: All key points.

Organic Chemistry (2 + 4 + 4 or 2 + 8 = 10 Marks):

Organic chemistry is the 'brain of chemistry' as it is well connected to fundamentals of other lessons like chemical bonding. Highest weightage is given to this lesson. Once the logic of this lesson is known, one can score good marks in all types of exams. It is very essential to learn all the basics, concepts & their applications to score good marks in
EAMCET, NEET, BITSAT, JEE Mains & Advanced like exams.

For I.P.E.: LAQs: 2 preparations & all chemical properties of C2H2, C2H4, C6H6

SAQs: 11 to 17, 32, 37, 39, 42, 43, 49, 57 and 59.

VSAQs: Isomers of C3H6O, What is polymerization?

IUPAC Nomenclature (names & structures), chapter end questions: 1 to 8, 27 and solved problems 13.1 to 13.12, 13.19, 13.20 to 13.25, 13.30, 13.34, 13.36, 13.38.

For competitive exams: Identification of prefix, root word, primary & secondary suffix in organic compounds make IUPAC nomenclature easier. All named reactions, qualitative & quantitative analysis calculations, reactions, types of isomerism, conformers of ethane, electron displacement reactions, directional influence of functional
groups in monosubstituted benzene, reaction mechanisms, conversions, bond parameters several revisions are required to retain Organic chemistry in mind.

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