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1. Frenkel and Schottky Defects.
2. Ferromagnetic and Anti-ferromagnetic substances.
3. Raoult’s Law with positive and negative deviations.
4. Difference between Crystalline and Amorphorous solids.
5. Relative Lowering in Vapour Pressure.
6. Oxides of nitrogen.
7. Oxoacids of phosphorous.
8. Degeneracy of orbitals.
9. IUPAC naming of co-ordination compounds.
10. Isomerism in co-ordination compounds.
11. Nernst Equation, Cell Potential, Gibbs Free Energy.
12. Electrophoresis, Electro-osmosis, Coagulation.
13. Pseudo First Order reactions.
14. Half life of reaction based numerical.
15. Difference between order and molecularity of reaction.
16. Collision theory.
17. Factors influencing the rate of chemical rection.
18. Adsorption and chemosorption.
19. Importance of leaching in the process of extraction of aluminum.
20. Role of depressants in froth floation process.
21. Role of silica in metallurgy of copper.
23. Reactions taking place in blast furnace.
24. Difference in cast iron and pig iron.
25. Denticity of ligand.
26. Inert pair effect.
27. General trends in the chemistry of group15,16,17,18.
28. Preparation of dioxygen and ozone and properties.
29. Allotropes of sulphur and properties.
30. Inetrhalogen compounds structures and properties.
31. Uses of noble gases.
32. Electronic configuration of d-block and f-block elements.
33. Relative stabilities of various oxidation states in transition elements in terms of electrode
34. Properties of chlorine and HCl along with preparation.
35. Lanthanoid Contraction.
36. Unique behavior of first transition series in comparison to second and third transition series.
37. Preparation and properties of KMnO4 and K2Cr2O7.
38. Nature of bonding bonding in co-ordination compounds based on Valance Bond Theory.
39. Crystal Field Theory.
40. Werner’s Theory of co-ordination compounds.
41. Hoffman’s Bromamide Reaction.
42. Cannizaro’s Reaction.
43. Aldol Condensation.
44. Rosenmund’s Reaction.
45. Clemmensen’s Reaction.
46. Sandmeyer’s Reaction.
47. Gatterman’s Reaction.
48. Gatterman-Kouch Reaction.
49. Swarts Reaction.
50. Fittig’s Reaction.
51. Wurtz Reaction.
52. Wurtz-Fittig Reaction.
53. Kolbe’s Electrolysis.
55. Ambient Nucleophiles. (KCN and AgCN)
56. SN1 and SN2 reaction mechanism.
57. Order of reactivity of compounds towards SN1 and SN2.
58. Electrophlic Substitution Reaction with meachnism.
59. Mechanism of Aldol and Cross Aldol Condensation.
60. Markonikov’s and Anti-MArkonikov’s reaction.
61. Melting, Boiling point trends in alcohols, phenols, ethers, ketones, aldehydes, carboxylic acids
62. Acidity of alcohols and phenols.
63. Reaction of diazonium salts.
64. Nucleophilic addition reaction of the carbonyl group.
65. Test to distinguish Aldehydes and Ketones.
66. Hell Vohlard Zelinsky Reaction.
68. Libermen’s Nitroso Reaction.
69. Muta-Rotation, Non-reducing sugars.
70. DNA fingerprinting.
72. Structure, properties of Nylon-6, Nylon-6,6, Buna-S.
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