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CHEMISTRY 5.3 The effect of temperatureon reaction kinetics 6.

15 Solubility Product and Solubility

5.4 The role of catalysts in reaction 6.16 Predicting Precipitation

5.5 Order of reactions and rate constants 6.17 Common Ion Effect
CHAPTER 1 Atoms, Molecules and Stoichiometry
6.18 Solubility Equilibria and Water Softening
1.1 Fundamental particles of an atom

1.2 Relative atomic, isotopic, molecular and formula CHAPTER 6 Equilibria


masses

1.3 The mole and the Avogadro constant 6D Phase Equilibrium


6A Chemical equilibria

CHAPTER 2 Electronic Structure of Atoms 6.19 Ideal Solution


6.1 Reversible reactions
2.1 Electronic energy levels of atomic hydrogen 6.20 Fractional Distillation of Ideal Liquid Mixtures
6.2 Law of Mass Action from stoichiometric
2.2 Atomic orbitals : s, p and d 6.21 Fractional Distillation of Non-Ideal Liquid Mixtures
6.3 Equilibrium Constants , Kc and Kp for Homogenous
and Heterogenous Systems
2.3 Electronic configuration 6.22 Fractional Distillation Under Reduced Pressure
6.4 Calculate the Values of Equilibrium Constants Kc and
2.4 Classification of elements into s, p, d and f blocks in Kp
the Periodic Table
6.5 Calculate the Quantities Present at Equilibrium

6.6 Concentration of Stratospheric Ozone


CHAPTER 3 Chemical Bonding
6.7 Le Chateliers Principle
3.1 Ionic bonding
6.8 Effect of Temperature on Equilibrium Constant
3.2 Covalent bonding

3.3 Metallic bonding


6B Ionic Equilibria
3.4 Intermolecular forces: van der Waals forces and
hydrogen bonding

6.9 Theories of Acids and Bases

CHAPTER 4 States of Matter 6.10 Strong and Weak Electrolytes

4.1 Gases 6.11 Disscosiation Constants

4.2 Liquids 6.12 Acid-Base Titration

4.3 Solids 6.13 Buffer Solutions

4.4 Phase diagrams

CHAPTER 5 Reaction Kinetics 6C Solubility Equilibrium

5.1 Rate of reaction

5.2 Rate Law 6.14 Solubility Product , Ksp

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PHYSICS
MATHEMATICS T
Chapter 7 Statics
Chapter 1 Physical Quantities and Units
7.1 Centre of gravity
1.1 Basic Quantities and International System of Units 1. Functions
(SI units) 7.2 Equilibrium of particles
1.1 Functions
1.2 Dimensions, and Physical Quantities 7.3 Equilibrium of rigid bodies
1.2 Polynomials and rational functions
1.3 Scalar and Vectors
1.3 Exponential and logarithmic functions
1.4 Metrology Chapter 8 Deformation of solid
1.4 Trigonometric Functions
Chapter 2 Kinematics 8.1 Stress and strain

2.1 Linear motion 8.2 Force-extension graph and stress-strain graph


2. Sequences and Series
2.2 Projectiles 8.3 Strain energy
2.1 Sequences
Chapter 3 Dynamic
2.1 Series
Chapter 9 Kinetic Theory Of Gases
3.1 Newton's laws of motion
2.3 Binomial expansions
9.1 Ideal gas equation
3.2 Linear momentum and its conservation
9.2 Pressure of a gas
3.3 Elastic and inelastic collisions 3. Matrices
9.3 Molecular kinetic energy
3.4 Centre of mass 3.1 Matrices
9.4 The r.m.s. speed of molecules
3.5 Frictional forces 3.2 Systems of linear equations
9.5 Degrees of freedom and law of equipartition of energy
Chapter 4 Work, Energy and Power
9.6 Internal energy of an ideal gas
4.1 Work 4. Complex Numbers

4.2 Potential energy and kinetic energy


Chapter 10 Thermodynamics of gases 5. Analytic Geometry
4.3 Power
10.1 Heat capacities
Chapter 5 Circular Motion
10.2 Work done by a gas 6. Vectors
5.1 Angular displacement and angular velocity
10.3 First law of thermodynamics 6.1 Vectors in Two and Three Dimensions
5.2 Centripetal acceleration
10.4 Isothermal and adiabatic changes 6.2 Vector Geometry
5.3 Centripetal force

Chapter 6 Gravitation
Chapter 11 Heat Transfer
6.1 Newton's law of universal gravitation
11.1 Conduction
6.2 Gravitational field
11.2 Convection
6.3 Gravitational potential
11.3 Radiation
6.4 Satellite motion in a circular orbit
11.4 Global warming
6.5 Escape velocity
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6.11 Disscosiation Constants

6.12 Acid-Base Titration

6.13 Buffer Solutions


CHEMISTRY

CHAPTER 1
Atoms, Molecules and Stoichiometry
CHAPTER 5 Reaction Kinetics
1.1 Fundamental particles of an atom
5.1 Rate of reaction
1.2 Relative atomic, isotopic, molecular and formula
masses 5.2 Rate Law

1.3 The mole and the Avogadro constant 5.3 The effect of temperatureon reaction kinetics

5.4 The role of catalysts in reaction

CHAPTER 2 Electronic Structure of Atoms 5.5 Order of reactions and rate constants

2.1 Electronic energy levels of atomic hydrogen

2.2 Atomic orbitals : s, p and d CHAPTER 6 Equilibria

2.3 Electronic configuration


6A Chemical equilibria
2.4 Classification of elements into s, p, d and f blocks in
the Periodic Table 6.1 Reversible reactions 6C Solubility Equilibrium

6.2 Law of Mass Action from stoichiometric 6.14 Solubility Product , Ksp

CHAPTER 3 Chemical Bonding 6.3 Equilibrium Constants , Kc and Kp for Homogenous 6.15 Solubility Product and Solubility
and Heterogenous Systems
3.1 Ionic bonding 6.16 Predicting Precipitation
6.4 Calculate the Values of Equilibrium Constants Kc
3.2 Covalent bonding and Kp 6.17 Common Ion Effect

3.3 Metallic bonding 6.5 Calculate the Quantities Present at Equilibrium 6.18 Solubility Equilibria and Water Softening

3.4 Intermolecular forces: van der Waals forces and 6.6 Concentration of Stratospheric Ozone
hydrogen bonding
6.7 Le Chateliers Principle 6D Phase Equilibrium

6.8 Effect of Temperature on Equilibrium Constant 6.19 Ideal Solution


CHAPTER 4 States of Matter
6.20 Fractional Distillation of Ideal Liquid Mixtures
4.1 Gases
6.21 Fractional Distillation of Non-Ideal Liquid Mixtures
4.2 Liquids
6B Ionic Equilibria 6.22 Fractional Distillation Under Reduced Pressure
4.3 Solids
6.9 Theories of Acids and Bases
4.4 Phase diagrams
6.10 Strong and Weak Electrolytes

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