Essential Physical Chemistry for JEE Main & Advanced

Essential Physical Chemistry for JEE Main & Advanced

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Product Name : Essential Physical Chemistry for JEE Main & Advanced
Code : B071
Author : Ranjeet Shahi
ISBN : 9789350944042
Pages : 1068
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Key Features 

• Detailed “theory” is given with Explanation, Principles & laws, figures and Chemical reactions to understand the topic well. 

• Practice exercises are given at the end of chapter included conceptual questions & multiple choice questions with hints, answer & solutions. 

• Multiple choice questions with single correct and more the one correct answers, Comprehension based questions, Assertion-Reason, Matching Type questions, etc. 

• Objective answers are provided at the end of every chapter. 

• Solutions & Explanations are given at the end of every chapter for clear the concepts. 

• More than 3000 Subjective/Numerical practice exercise with incisive solutions. 

Table of Contents 

• 1. Mole Concept and Reaction Stoichiometry 

• The Mole 
• Atom and Related Weight Calculations 
• Molecules and the molecular theory of matter 
• Laws of Chemical Combination 
• Empirical Formula and Its Determination 
• Calculations based on Chemical Equations 
• Measuring Strength of a solution 
• Calculating weight of the Solute, and volume of a solution 

• 2. Equivalent Concept and Neutralization Titration 

• Equivalent Weight 
• Concentration of solutions 
• Equivalent weight of acids, bases and acidic/basic salts 
• Acids, Bases and Acid-base titration: A General Overview 
• Acids-base Titration (Neutralization method of analysis) 
• Indicators used in acid-base Titration 
• Concept of back Titration 
• Analysis of acidic or basic salt by neutralization titration 
• Analysis using two indicators 
• Analysis of a Mixture of Carbonates and Bicarbonates 
• Analysis of Phosphoric acid & Its salt 
• Acid-base Titration Curves: A Qualitative analysis 

• 3. Redox Reactions 

• Oxidation-reduction processes 
• Half Reactions 
• Oxidation Number 
• Redox Reactions in terms of Oxidation Number 
• Balancing a Redox Reaction 
• Redox Titration 
• Indicators used in Redox Titrations 
• Equivalent Weights of Oxidizing and reducing agents 
• Stiochiometry of Redox Titration 
• Some Typical Redox Analyses 
• Volume Strength of H2O2 

• 4. Gaseous State 

• Temperature and Pressure 
• The ‘ideal’ Gas 
• Lifting Capacity of a gas-filled balloon 
• Gas Density 
• Molar Volume of a gas 
• Mixture of Gases: Dalton’s law of Partial Pressure 
• Effusion/Diffusion of gases and Graham’s Law 
• Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases 
• Maxwell’s Distribution of Molecular Speeds 
• The ‘real’ Gas 
• Van der Waal’s Equation of State – “An Analytical View” 

• 5. Solid State 

• Classification of Solids 
• Crystal Structure 
• Radius Ratio 
• Unit Cells Vs Primitive Cells 
• Packing of Atoms 
• Packing Fraction and Its Determination 
• Type of Holes in Unit Cells 
• Some Common Ionic Solids 
• Density of Solids 
• Crystal Defect 

• 6. Thermochemistry 

• Heat of Reaction: A General Concept 
• Endothermic and Exothermic Chemical Reactions 
• Thermochemical Equations 
• Laws of Thermochemistry 
• Various types of Enthalpy Changes 
• Experimental Measurement of Heat output of a chemical reaction. 
• Bond Enthalpies and Bond-dissociation enthalpies 
• Born-Haber Cycle and Its applications in determination of lattice energy of ionic solids 
• Enthalpy of Neutralization 
• Enthalpy of Hydration 

• 7. Thermodynamics 

• Chemical Energetics: An Overview 
• Potential and Kinetic Energies 
• Chemical Energy 
• Energetics of Chemical Reactions 
• A Thermodynamic view of the system, and surroundings 
• Properties and the State of a System 
• Intensive and Extensive Variables 
• Change of State 
• Heat and Work 
• Internal Energy 
• The First Law of Thermodynamics 
• Molecular Interpretation of Heat Capacity 
• Pressure – Volume Work 
• Reversible and Irreversible Processes 
• Cyclic Processes 
• First Law of Thermodynamics Applied to an Ideal Gas 
• First Law Applicable to Van Der Waals’ Gases 
• Heat changes at constant Pressure: The Enthalpy 
• Thermochemical Equations and the standard states 
• Calorimetry 
• The ‘Approach’ To Equilibrium 
• Direction of Spontaneous change 
• Entropy 
• The Second Law of Thermodynamics 
• Free Energy 
• The Third Law of Thermodynamics 

• 8. Atomic Structure 

• Development of Atomic Theory 
• Rutherford’s Model of Atom 
• Quanta: A New View of the World 
• Light, Particles and Waves 
• Spectra: Interaction of Light and Matter 
• Bohr’s Model of Atom 
• Emission Spectrum of H-atom 
• Limitations of Bohr’s Model of Atom 
• Wave-particle Duality: “de-Broglie” Relationship 
• Photoelectric Effect 
• Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle 
• Quantum Numbers 
• Shapes of Orbitals 
• Electronic Configuration 
• Wave Mechanical Model: “The Schrodinger Wave Equation” 

• 9. Chemical Bonding 

• Bonds and Molecules 
• Chemical Bonds, and stability/reactivity 
• Observable Properties of a Chemical Bond 
• Nature of Chemical Bonds 
• Covalent Bonds 
• Molecular Orbital Model 
• Ionic (Electrovalent) bonds 
• Covalency in Predominantly ionic compounds: Fajan’s rule 
• Metals and Metallic Bonding 

• 10. Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactivity 

• Fundamental Nuclear Particles and Their Properties 
• Discovery of Radioactivity 
• Radioactive rays 
• Isotopes, Isobars, Isotones and Isomers 
• Nuclear Forces 
• Mass Defect and the Nuclear Binding Energy 
• Nuclear Equations 
• Nuclear Stability and Modes of Decay 
• Neutrons to Proton Ratio and Modes of Decay 
• Natural Radioactivity 
• Induced Radioactivity 
• Kinetics of Radioactive Decay 
• Dating by Radioactive decay – The C14 dating 
• Nuclear Fission 
• Nuclear Fusion 
• Applications of Radioactivity 

• 11. Chemical Equilibrium 

• Concept of Equilibrium 
• Law of Mass Action and the Equilibrium Constant Expression 
• Equilibrium Composition: “Calculating the amount of Equilibrium” 
• Simultaneous Equilibria 
• Factors that affect Chemical Equilibrium 
• Thermodynamics of a Chemical Equilibrium 

• 12. Ionic Equilibrium 

• Electrolytes and Non-electrolytes 
• Proton donor Acceptor Equilibria 
• The pH Scale 
• Acid-base Strength 
• Quantitative treatment of acid-base equilibria 
• Salt Solutions 
• Buffer Solutions 
• Solutions of Sparingly Soluble Salts 
• Theory of Indicators 

• 13. Chemical Kinetics 

• Chemical Reactions 
• Reaction Rate 
• Average and Instantaneous Rates 
• Rate Law 
• Order of a Reaction 
• Change in Concentrations of reactants/Products with time 
• Methods of Determination of the order of reaction 
• Effect of Temperature on the rate of a chemical reaction 
• Catalysis 
• Reaction Mechanism and Reaction Order 
• Parallel First Order Reaction 
• Consecutive Reaction 
• The Opposing Reaction (reversible reaction) 

• 14. Colligative Properties of Dilute Solutions 

• Colligative Properties 
• Vapour Pressure of a Solution 
• Solutions of Non-Volatile Solutes in a Volatile Solvents 
• Raoult’s Law 
• Elevation in Boiling Temperature: (Ebullioscopy) 
• Depression in Freezing Point (Cryoscopy) 
• Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure 
• Colligative Properties of the electrolytic solutions 
• Solutions of two volatile liquids 

• 15. Electrochemistry 

• Chemistry and electricity 
• Working of Electrolytic and Galvanic Cells 
• Faraday’s Laws of electrolysis: Stoichiometric relationships in electrolysis 
• Galvanic Cell and Cell Potential 
• Electroneutrality 
• Potential differences at interfaces 
• Standard state emf (E○ ) of a Cell and Standard reduction potential of the half-cell 
• Cell Potential and Gibb’s free energy 
• Cell Potential and the electrochemical series 
• The fall of the Electron 
• Latimer Diagrams 
• Reference Electrodes 
• The Nernst Equation 
• Analytical applications of the Nernst Equation 
• Batteries and Fuel Cells 
• Electrochemical Corrosion 
• Electrolytic Conductance of Solutions 
• Conductance of a Solution 
• Variation of Conductivity and Molar Conductivity with Concentration 
• Kohlrausch’s law of independent migration of ions 

• 16. The Colloidal State 

• The Colloidal System: An Introduction 
• Preparation of Colloidal System 
• Purification of Sols 
• Classification of Colloidal System 
• Lyophobic Sols 
• Properties of Lyophilic Sols 
• Kinetic Properties of Sols: Brownian Motion 
• Micelles: The Association Colloids 
• Emulsions 

• 17. Adsorption – The Surface Phenomenon 

• Absorption and Adsorption 
• Adsorbent and Adsorbate 
• Determination of Surface Area of the Adsorbent 
• Types of Adsorption 
• Adsorption of Gases by Solids 
• Adsorption Isotherm 
• Surface – Active and Surface – Inactive Substances 
• Applications of Adsorption 



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