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12th Chemistry : JEE/NEET
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Solid State

Types of Solids, Types of Crystalline Solids, Unit Cell, Space Lattice, Types of Crystal Systems, Types of Unit Cells
45 minutes

Sharing Of Each Kind Of Atom, Calculation Of Effective Number Of Atoms, Close Packing In 1D, 2D And 3D, Concept Of Voids, Coordination Number
44 minutes

Discussion of ICE1 and ICE2
14 minutes

HA1 and HA2

Solutions to HA1 & HA2

Packing efficiency, radius ratio, density
40 minutes

Discussion of ICE3
42 minutes

HA3

Discussion of HA3
24 minutes

Defects in solids
47 minutes

Electrical and magnetic Properties, special type of solid structures.
27 minutes

ICE4 and ICE5 discussion
18 minutes

HA4 and HA5

Solutions : Home Assignment 4 and Home Assignment 5

Formula making Part1 (Basic Class)
16 minutes

Formula making Part2 (Advanced Class)
18 minutes

JEE/NEET Class : 03 (Nearest neighbour distance, Packing fraction, Density)
15 minutes

JEE/NEET (Location of voids, radius ratio proof, relation between edge length, radius of cation/anion)
35 minutes

JEE/NEET (Bragg’s equation, defects, dielectric properties)
20 minutes

JEE/NEET Class : 06 (Special structures, miller indices, d spacing and Isomorphism)
17 minutes

Basic MCQ’s (NCERT at Your Finger Tips) – Worksheet

Practice Module – Worksheet

Solid State – DPP

Types of Solids, Types of Crystalline Solids, Unit Cell, Space Lattice, Types of Crystal Systems, Types of Unit Cells

Surface Chemistry

Solutions

Concentration terms used in solutions
28 minutes

Practice Questions on Concentration Terms
22 minutes

DPP: 01

Types of Solutions and Solubility
25 minutes

Henry’s law, Its Applications & Limitations
22 minutes

Raoult’s Law For Volatile And Non Volatile Solute, Raoult’s Law As A Special Case Of Henry’s Law, Dalton’s Law
15 minutes

Practice Questions on Henry’s and Raoult’s Law
28 minutes

DPP: 02

Ideal solutions, Non ideal solutions, Azeotropic mixtures, Thermodynamics of ideal solutions.
35 minutes

DPP: 03

Colligative Properties – Part 1
25 minutes

Colligative properties – Part 2
22 minutes

Practice Questions on Colligative Properties – Part 1
20 minutes

Practice Questions on Colligative Properties – Part 2
35 minutes

DPP: 04

Abnormal molar mass, Van’t hoff factor
16 minutes

Practice Questions on Vant Hoff Factor and Abnormal Molar Mass
40 minutes

DPP: 05

Practice Module – Worksheet

Previous Years JEE – Worksheet

Previous Years NEET – Worksheet

ICE1 & HA1

ICE2 & HA2

ICE3 & HA3

ICE4 & HA4

ICE5 & HA5

ICE6 & HA6

Concentration terms used in solutions

Electrochemistry

Definition of Electrochemistry, Types of Concentration Cells, Electrochemical v/s Electrolytic Cell
20 minutes

Calculation of Cell Potential, Cell Representation, SHE, Difference Between PD and EMF
22 minutes

Electrochemical Series and Practice Questions on EMF
25 minutes

DPP1

Nernst Equation, Relation between Gibbs Free Energy, Standard EMF and Equilibrium Constant, Calculation of pH
24 minutes

Practice Questions on Nernst Equation and pH (Part 1)
22 minutes

Practice Questions on Nernst Equation and pH (Part 2)
25 minutes

DPP2

Products of Electrolysis
30 minutes

Concentration Cells
16 minutes

Faraday’s laws and ionic strength
15 minutes

Practice questions on concentration cells, products of electrolysis, Faraday’s laws & ionic strength
24 minutes

DPP3

Resistance, resistivity, conductance, molar and equivalent conductivity, conductivity cell.
17 minutes

Variation of conductivity for weak and strong electrolytes, Kohlrausch law.
13 minutes

Practice questions on resistance, conductivity, resistivity and Kohlrausch law.
24 minutes

DPP4

Batteries, fuel cell and corrosion.
19 minutes

Practice questions on batteries, fuel cell and corrosion.
6 minutes

Definition of Electrochemistry, Types of Concentration Cells, Electrochemical v/s Electrolytic Cell

Chemical Kinetics

Basics of chemical kinetics, rate of a reaction, order and molecularity.
32 minutes

Boards level practice questions on rate of a reaction, order and molecularity.
15 minutes

JEE/NEET practice questions on rate, order and molecularity.
16 minutes

DPP1

Rate constant and half life formula calculation for zero and first order reactions.
20 minutes

Boards level practice questions on half life and rate constant.
12 minutes

JEE/NEET level practice questions on half life and rate constant.
12 minutes

DPP2

Average life, number of half lives, pressure formula and pseudo first order reaction.
12 minutes

Boards level questions on average life, pressure and pseudo first order reactions.
8 minutes

JEE/NEET practice questions on average life, pressure and pseudo first order reactions.
11 minutes

DPP3

Arrhenius equation, Maxwell Boltzmann theory & Collision theory.
22 minutes

Practice questions on Arrhenius equation & collision theory.
18 minutes

DPP4

Basics of chemical kinetics, rate of a reaction, order and molecularity.

p block elements

Physical properties of group 15 elements.
20 minutes

Chemical properties of group 15 elements.
25 minutes

DPP1

DPP1(Part1) discussion
23 minutes

DPP1(Part2) discussion
14 minutes

Nitrogen and ammonia Preparation, properties and uses.
24 minutes

Nitric acid Preparation, properties and uses, nitrogen oxides Preparation and structures.
25 minutes

DPP2

DPP2(Part1) discussion
21 minutes

DPP2(Part2) discussion
10 minutes

DPP2(Part3) discussion
15 minutes

Phosphorus Allotropes, compounds & oxoacids.
26 minutes

DPP3

Physical properties of group 16 elements.
17 minutes

Chemical properties of group 16 elements.
23 minutes

DPP4

DPP4(Part1) discussion.
14 minutes

DPP4(Part2) discussion.
16 minutes

Oxygen and ozonePreparation, properties and uses.
30 minutes

Allotropes of Sulphur, sulphur dioxide and sulphuric acid Preparation, properties and uses.
24 minutes

Oxoacids of sulphur
21 minutes

DPP5

DPP5(Part1) discussion.
15 minutes

DPP5(Part2) discussion.
14 minutes

DPP5(Part3) discussion.
14 minutes

Physical properties of group 17 elements.
14 minutes

Chemical properties of group 17 elements.
23 minutes

DPP6

DPP6(Part1) discussion.
20 minutes

DPP6(Part2) discussion.
14 minutes

DPP6(Part3) discussion.
11 minutes

Chlorine and hydrochloric acid Preparation, properties and uses.
19 minutes

Interhalogen compounds and oxoacids of halogens.
9 minutes

DPP7

DPP7 discussion.
11 minutes

Physical properties of group 18 elements.
11 minutes

Chemical properties of group 18 elements and xenon compounds.
13 minutes

DPP8

DPP8(Part1) discussion.
12 minutes

DPP8(Part2) discussion.
8 minutes

Physical properties of group 15 elements.

D and F block elements.

Basics about d block elements.
27 minutes

General properties of d block elements Part 1.
16 minutes

General properties of d block elementsPart 2.
16 minutes

General properties of d block elementsPart 3.
10 minutes

Specific properties of d block elements.
15 minutes

JEE/NEET(Properties of d block elements).
13 minutes

DPP1(Part1) discussion.
19 minutes

DPP1(Part2) discussion.
15 minutes

DPP1

Potassium dichromatePreparation and properties.
38 minutes

Potassium dichromateUses and structure, chromyl chloride test.
8 minutes

Preparation and Part1 of properties of potassium permanganate.
15 minutes

Part2 of properties, structure and uses of potassium permanganate.
25 minutes

DPP2

DPP2 discussion.
17 minutes

Applications of d block elements.
13 minutes

Basics of f block elements, electronic configuration and atomic radii of lanthanoids.
27 minutes

Consequences of lanthanoid contraction and oxidation states of lanthanoids.
9 minutes

Physical properties, chemical properties and uses of lanthanoids.
10 minutes

ActinoidsElectronic configuration, ionic size and oxidation states.
13 minutes

Physical properties, chemical properties,uses and comparison of actinoids with lanthanoids.
7 minutes

DPP3

Basics about d block elements.

Coordination Compounds

Coordination compounds v/s double salts, Werner’s theory.
20 minutes

Important terms related to coordination compounds and classification of ligands.
17 minutes

Coordination number, chelating ligand and homoleptic, heteroleptic complexes.
9 minutes

Bridging ligand and effect of chelation.
7 minutes

DPP1

DPP1 discussion.
18 minutes

Rules of nomenclature and formula making in coordination compounds.
26 minutes

Practice questions on nomenclature and formula making of coordination compounds.
25 minutes

Naming of bridging ligands, sidgwick EAN rule, applications of EAN rule.
25 minutes

DPP2

DPP2 discussion.
8 minutes

VBT and its limitations.
40 minutes

Practice questions on VBT.
19 minutes

DPP3

Structural isomerism in coordination compounds.
10 minutes

Stereoisomerism in coordination compounds (Geometrical and optical isomerism).
27 minutes

DPP4

DPP4 discussion
11 minutes

CFT (Crystal field theory).
25 minutes

Applications & limitations of CFT.
11 minutes

Stability of coordination compounds in solution.
7 minutes

Organometallic compounds and their classification.
14 minutes

Metal carbonyls and importance of coordination compounds.
24 minutes

DPP5

DPP5 discussion.
10 minutes

Coordination compounds v/s double salts, Werner’s theory.

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

Basics of Organic Chemistry (Nomenclature) (Part1)
46 minutes

Basics of Organic Chemistry (Nomenclature) (Part2)
24 minutes

Classification and nomenclature of Haloalkanes & Haloarenes
25 minutes

DPP1 discussion.
12 minutes

Preparation of haloalkanes and haloarenes.
37 minutes

JEE/NEET preparation reactions for haloalkanes and haloarenes.
12 minutes

DPP2 discussion.
37 minutes

Physical properties of haloalkanes and haloarenes.
12 minutes

Chemical properties of haloalkanes.
32 minutes

Chemical properties of haloarenes.
25 minutes

Boards level practice questions on haloalkanes and haloarenes.
15 minutes

Chemical reactions (JEE/NEET)
28 minutes

Practice questions on electrophilic substitution.
16 minutes

DPP3

DPP3 (Part1) discussion.
24 minutes

DPP3 (Part2) discussion.
14 minutes

DPP3 (Part3) discussion.
15 minutes

Polyhalogen compounds.
16 minutes

DPP4

DPP2

DPP1

Basics of Organic Chemistry (Nomenclature) (Part1)

Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

Introduction & Classification of Alcohols, Phenols & Ethers
32 minutes

Nomenclature of Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
32 minutes

Preparation of alcohol.
23 minutes

Preparation reactions of phenol.
7 minutes

Physical properties of alcohol and phenol.
10 minutes

Chemical properties of alcohol and phenol.
30 minutes

Exclusive chemical properties of phenol.
14 minutes

Commercially produced alcohols and denaturation of alcohol.
9 minutes

JEE/NEET (ALCOHOL & PHENOL)
36 minutes

Practice questions on alcohol and phenol.
38 minutes

Preparation of ethers.
15 minutes

Physical and chemical properties of ethers.
11 minutes

JEE/NEET (Ethers).
14 minutes

Practice questions on ethers.
14 minutes

Previous years discussion.
21 minutes

DPP1

DPP2

DPP3

DPP4

DPP5

DPP6

Introduction & Classification of Alcohols, Phenols & Ethers

Aldehydes, Ketones and carboxylic acids

Introduction to aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
15 minutes

Nomenclature of Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
33 minutes

Common methods of preparation of aldehydes and ketones
12 minutes

Specific preparation reactions of aldehydes
11 minutes

Specific preparation reactions of ketones
7 minutes

Physical properties of aldehydes and ketones
6 minutes

JEE/NEET (Preparation of aldehydes and ketones)
12 minutes

Chemical properties of aldehydes and ketonesPart 1.
35 minutes

Chemical properties of aldehydes and ketones (Part2).
22 minutes

JEE/NEET (Practice questions on nomenclature, classification and preparation of aldehydes and ketones).
7 minutes

JEE/NEET (Reduction of organic compoundsPart 1).
14 minutes

JEE/NEET (Reduction of organic compoundsPart 2).
10 minutes

JEE/NEET (Oxidation of organic compounds Part 1).
19 minutes

JEE/NEET (Oxidation of organic compoundsPart 2).
18 minutes

JEE/NEET (Chemical properties of aldehydes and ketones) Part1.
14 minutes

JEE/NEET (Chemical properties of aldehydes and ketones) Part2.
19 minutes

JEE/NEET (Chemical properties of aldehydes and ketones) Part3.
11 minutes

JEE/NEET(Practice questions on physical and chemical properties of aldehydes and ketones).
20 minutes

JEE/NEET(Miscellaneous questions on aldehydes and ketonesPart 1).
11 minutes

JEE/NEET(Miscellaneous questions on aldehydes and ketonesPart 2).
20 minutes

Preparation of carboxylic acids.
13 minutes

Physical properties of carboxylic acids.
4 minutes

Chemical properties of carboxylic acids.
20 minutes

JEE/NEET (Chemical properties of carboxylic acids Part 1).
15 minutes

JEE/NEET (Chemical properties of carboxylic acids Part 2).
12 minutes

JEE/NEET (Practice questions on preparation, physical and chemical properties of carboxylic acids).
18 minutes

DPP1.

DPP2.

DPP3.

DPP4.

DPP5.

Introduction to aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids

Amines

Practice questions on nomenclature and classification of amines.
14 minutes

Preparation of amines.
17 minutes

JEE/NEET (Preparation of amines).
14 minutes

Reduction of nitro compounds.
5 minutes

Physical properties of amines.
3 minutes

Practice questions on preparation and physical properties of amines.
14 minutes

Chemical properties of amines.
29 minutes

JEE/NEET (Chemical reactions of amines).
18 minutes

Diazonium salts Preparation and part1 of chemical reactions.
14 minutes

Diazonium salts Chemical reactions Part 2.
17 minutes

Practice questions on chemical properties of amines.
31 minutes

Practice questions on conversions.
23 minutes

JEE/NEET (Practice questions on amines and diazonium salt).
27 minutes

DPP1.

DPP2.

DPP3

Practice questions on nomenclature and classification of amines.

Biomolecules

Carbohydrates & their classification, DL, dl notations, glucose & fructose.
26 minutes

Osazone & reaction of glucose with a base.
8 minutes

Cyclic structure of glucose, epimers, mutarotation & specific rotation.
14 minutes

Glucose and tests of glucose.
5 minutes

Fructose.
6 minutes

Disaccharides.
14 minutes

Polysaccharides.
7 minutes

Practice questions on carbohydrates.
11 minutes

JEE/NEET (Practice questions on carbohydrates).
5 minutes

Proteins and amino acids.
17 minutes

Action of heat on amino acids.
3 minutes

Formation of proteins by amino acids, types, structure and denaturation of proteins.
11 minutes

Tests of proteins and enzymes.
7 minutes

Practice questions on proteins & their classification, denaturation of proteins.
6 minutes

Vitamins.
7 minutes

Nucleic acids & their biological functions, Hormones.
17 minutes

Calculation of pH at isoelectric point, renaturation, Chargaff’s rule, structures of carbohydrates.
13 minutes

JEE/NEET (Practice questions on proteins, amino acids & enzymes).
14 minutes

JEE/NEET (Previous years discussion).
19 minutes

DPP1

DPP2

DPP3

DPP4

Carbohydrates & their classification, DL, dl notations, glucose & fructose.

Polymers

Polymerisation & classification of polymers.
19 minutes

Some commercially important polymers.
29 minutes

Rubber.
9 minutes

Biopolymers, biodegradable and non biodegradable polymers.
8 minutes

Molecular mass of polymers and miscellaneous polymers.
9 minutes

Practice questions on polymers.
6 minutes

Previous years discussion.
14 minutes

DPP1.

DPP2.

DPP3.

ICE1 & HA1.

ICE2 & HA2.

ICE3 & HA3.

Polymerisation & classification of polymers.

General principles and processes of isolation of elements.

Occurence of metals and concentration of ores.
21 minutes

DPP1

Thermodynamic & electrochemical principles of metallurgy, extraction processes.
34 minutes

DPP2

DPP3

Oxidationreduction, refining processes and uses of important metals.
14 minutes

DPP4

JEE/NEET (Metallurgy).
8 minutes

Practice questions on concentration, extraction and refining.
11 minutes

Previous years discussion.
10 minutes

Occurence of metals and concentration of ores.

Chemistry in everyday life.
Practice Questions on Nernst Equation and pH (Part 1)
This is the fifth video in series of electrochemistry. In this video, we will discuss the part1 of practice questions on gibbs free energy, pH and emf.
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