Bachelor in Science(Specialization Chemistry)
Experience: 12 years
I am Experienced Chemistry Teacher.I have been teaching for students from 6th grade till 12th grade.Also for the Bachelor Students.I have around 12 years of Experience with Masters Degree from Highly Esteemeed University of India and Europe.
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(Example of the syllabus i am teaching for 12 th grade students )
1. V A GROUP ELEMENTS:
1.1 V A group elements - Nitrogen and Phosphorus General characteristics with special reference to Hydrides, Oxides, Halides, Structural aspect of Oxy-acids.
1.2 Preparation and uses of Ammonia and super-phosphate. 06 Periods
2. VI A GROUP ELEMENTS:
2.1 Oxygen and sulphur - Allotropy - General characteristics with special reference to Hydries, Oxides (SO 2 , SO 3 ) Halides, Structural aspect of Oxy acids.
2.2 Preparation and properties of Ozone and Sodium thiosulphate. 06 Periods
3. VII A GROUP ELEMENTS:
3.1 General characteristics of Halogens.
3.2 Preparation, properties and uses of flourine and chlorine.
3.3 Oxides and oxy-acids of chlorine only (only structural treatment and oxidation states).
3.4 Preparation, properties and uses of Bleaching Powder. 06 Periods
4. TRANSITION-ELEMENTS (d-BLOCK ELEMENTS):
Definition - General characterisitcs of 3d series with special reference to variable Oxidation states, magnetic properties, colour, formation of alloys and complex compounds - Werner's theory.
5.1 Methods of expressing concentration of solutions - Molarity, Molality,normality and molefraction.
5.2 Vapour pressure-effect of temperature on Vapour pressure-Vapour pressure and Boiling point. Relative lowering of vapour pressure-Raoult's law (elementary treatment). 08 Periods
6. ACIDS AND BASES:
6.1 Theories of Acids and Bases Lowry - Bronsted concept Lewis theory of acids and bases.
6.2 Ionic product of water, PH, Buffers - Numerical problems on these, Indicators - Choice of indicators, PH-range and uses.
6.3 Salt hydrolysis - Types of hydrolysis with examples. 10 Periods
7. CHEMICAL KINETICS, CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM AND ENERGETICS:
7.1 Concepts of reaction rate, factors affecting reaction rates, Rate law, rate constant and its units. Order and Molecularity - First order rate equation and half life - Collission Theory of reaction rate (No derivation).
7.2 Reversible and Irreversible reactions. Concept of chemical equilibrium - Law of Mass Action- chemical equilibrium-Kc, Kp and their relationship with respect to Ammonia and Sulphur Trioxide.
7.3 Lechatelier's Principle and its application to the industrial processes like Ammonia and Sulphur Trioxide.
7.4 Thermochemistry: Exothermic and Endothermic reactions with examples - Heat of reaction (the relation between DE and DH) Combustion, formation, solution and neutralisation - Hess's law of constant heat summation. 14 Periods
8.1 Electrolytes and Non-electrolytes.
8.2 Faraday's laws of electrolysis.
8.3 Galvanic & Voltaic cells - representation 06 Periods
8.4 Nernst equation (No derivation) - e.m.f. calculations.
9. NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY:
9.1 Composition of Nucleus - Isotopes, Isotones, Isobars, Isodiaphers, Nuclear stability - Factors effecting Nuclear stability, mass defect, binding energy, Average binding energy, N/P ratio, Magic Numbers).
9.2 Radio-active disintegration and its rate-Half-life and average life.
9.3 Natural and artificial radio-activity, disintegration series-Group displacement law-Types of Nuclear reactions (fission and fusion)-Differences between Nuclear and Chemical reactions- Radio-active isotopes and their applications Idoine 131 , Cobalt 60 , Sodium 24 , C 14 and P 30 .
10. SURFACE CHEMISTRY :
10.1 Adsorption and absorption. Physical and chemical adsorption-distinguishing properties-Adsorption of gases on Metals Adsorption from solutions (Elementary treatment).
10.2 Colloidal state:- True and colloidal solutions - Explanation of the terms - Dispersion medium, dispersed phase, Iyo-phillic and Iyo-phobic sols using the examples; smoke, cloud,
blood, milk, starch solution and gold sol.
10.3 Emulsions:- Emulsifying agent and emulsification - its applications. Miscelles - cleansing action of soap.
10.4 Catalysis - Explanation of the terms - Homogeneous and Hetero-geneous catalysis - distinctions with suitable Examples-auto-catalysis with one example.
11. CARBON COMPOUNDS
11.1 Alkyl Halides - Nomenclature-Preparation, properties and uses of Ethyl chloride and chloroform.
11.2 Oxygen compounds:- Nomenclature of Alcohols, Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids. Preparation, properties and uses of Ethyl Alcohol, Diethyl ether, Acetaldehyde, Acetone and Acetic acid.
11.3 Nitro-compounds-Nomenclature of Amines and Nitro-compounds- Preparation, Properties and uses of Nitro-benzene and aniline.
12. CHEMISTRY IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE:
12.1 Brief Survey on the importance of Metals in the bio-molecules viz., Haemoglobin Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin Bl2) and Chlorophyll-basic structure, function of metal ions and uses.
12.2 Common drugs used in Medicine-Acetyl Salicylic Acid (Aspirin)-Paracetamol, Methyl Salicylate (Oil of winter)