Important Questions - Chemistry Senior Inter

Chemistry – Senior Inter
1.      Molarity, Normality, Molality and Molefraction.
2.      Raoult’s law and its limitations.
3.      Colligative properties.
Solid State
1.      Bragg’s Equation.
2.      Schottky defect and Frenkel defect.
1.      Faraday’s laws of electrolysis.
2.      Galvanic cell and voltaic cell.
3.      Primary and Secondary cells.
4.      Kohlrausch’s law, corrosion and lead accumulator.
Chemical Kinetics
1.      Rate of reaction and factors affecting it.
2.      Differentiate order and molecularity.
3.      Collision theory of reaction rates.
Chemical Equilibrium
1.      Le Chatelier’s Principle and apply it to synthesis of ammonia and sulphur trioxide.
2.      Relation between Kp  and Kc.
Acids and Bases
1.      Buffer solutions – types of buffer solutions.
2.      Hydrolysis of salts – types of hydrolysis.
3.      Lewis theory, Ionic Product of water and pH.
Surface Chemistry
1.      Differentiate physical and chemical adsorption.
2.      Emulsions, Micelles and cleansing action of soap.
1.      Hess’s law of constant heat summation.
2.      First law of thermodynamics.
3.      Intensive and extensive properties, Gibb’s free energy and Enthalpies.
1.      Froath floatation process, Roasting, Calcination and Smelting.
2.      Extraction of Zinc and Manufacture of steel.
3.      Preparation of Sodium, Magnesium and Aluminium.
V A, VI A and VII A Group
1.      Preparation  and uses of Nitric acid, Ammonia and Superphosphate of lime.
2.      Preparation, Properties and uses of ozone.
3.      Industrial process of manufacture of sulphuric acid.
4.      Preparation, Properties and uses of fluorine, Chlorine and bleaching powder.
Transition Elements
1.      Werner’s theory of Co-ordination compounds.
2.      EAN and Lanthanide contraction.
Organic Chemistry
1.      Preparation and properties of chloroform, ethyl alcohol, nitrobenzene, aniline and acetaldehyde.
2.      Methylated spirit, azeotropic mixture, natalite, Hell-volhard zelensky reaction, Azodyes and Diazonium salts.
3.      SN1 and SN2 reaction mechanism.
1.      Polymerization and types of polymerization.
2.      Vulcanization of rubber.
3.      What is PHBV? How is it useful to man?
1.      Carbohydrates, Proteins, lipids, Hormones and Classification.
2.      Denaturation of proteins, nucleotide, nucleoside, replication, transcription, translation and genetic code.
3.      Vitamins – classification and their functions.
Chemistry in everyday life
1.      Artificial sweetening agents.
2.      Food Preservatives.
3.      Antipyretics, Analgesics, Tranquilizer, Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Antibiotic and Antacids.
4.      Define drug and classify them.

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