Students this is exam time , don’t get panic , be prepared for a glorious performance towards brightest future .
This is the time which required a programmed approach for learning .
Here I am providing stepwise method for learning chemistry for examination .
First of all make your schedule in exam friendly manner and not student friendly manner . Your schedule should involve 2.5 hours at least for each subject . This 2.5 hr must be divided in two steps 2 hrs for fresh learning and 0.5 hr for revision .
For chemistry learn those chapters which are easy first .
CHAPTER wise Pattern
Class XII students can revise in following pattern –
2. Chemistry in every day life
3. D and F block elements
4. Coordination compounds .
7. Electro chemistry
8. Chemical kinetics
9. Halo alkane and Halo arenens
10. Alcohol , phenol and ether
11. Carboxylic acid
12. Amines , diazinium salt
13. Aldehydes and ketones
14 . Bio molecules
15. General principle of Extraction
16. P-block elements .
Note – try to follow the above mentioned sequence .
Chapter wise content
Link for video lecture – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcSFi9Dr870
Definition – Pseudo solids , pezeoelectricity , pyrroelectricity , Ferro electricity , Paramagnetic substance , Ferro magnetic substance , Antifeeromagnetism , ferimegnetism And imperfection .
Numerical – Only based upon density .
Definitions– 1. Molality 2.demality 3.raoults law 4. Ideal and non ideal solution 5. Zeotropic mixture 6. Azeotropic mixture 7. Isotonic solution 8. Anti phrasing mixture 9. De icing agent 10. Coolest 11. Crenation 12. Reverse osmosis
Numerical – (1) Depression in freezing point (2) Osmotic pressure (3) Vant Hoff’s factor
Definition – 1. Specific conductivity 2. Molar conductivity 3. Equivalent conductivity 4. Kholrach’s law 5. Faraday’s law 6. Standard Hydrogen electrode 7.Fuel cell and its reaction
Numerical – 1.Nernst equation 2. Numerical on free energy change
Definitions – (a) Specific reaction rate (b) Order of reaction (c) Molecularity (d) Threshold energy (e) Activation energy (f) Rate of reaction .
Numerical – (a) Integrated rate law expression (b) Relation between t 90% & t 99.9% etc. (c) Arrehnious equation
Note – Soon will publish important part for (a) Inorganic chemistry (b) Organic chemistry