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Physical and Inorganic Chemistry (Term II)

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Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Includes: Atomic Structure, Colloids, Catalysis, Chemical Bonding and Structure, Concept of Hybridization

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Contents

1. Atomic Structure

1.1 Historical development 

1.2 Dalton’s atomic theory 

1.3 The discovery of electron-cathode rays   

1.4 The discovery of proton-positive rays    

1.5 Thomson’s atomic model and its drawbacks 

1.6 Rutherford’s ? Particle scattering experiment  

1.7 Prout’s hypothesis     

1.8 Mosley’s experiment and its importance   

1.9 Discovery and properties of neutron

1.10 Atomic spectroscopy    

1.11 The electromagnetic spectrum 

1.12 Atomic spectra   

1.13 Atomic spectrum of hydrogen  

1.14 Quantum theory of radiation  

1.15 Bohr’s model of hydrogen atom

1.16 Application of bohr’s theory 

1.17 Quantum numbers  

1.18 Distribution of electrons in the atom    

1.19 Schematic representation of electron configuration   

2. Colloids

2.1 Introduction     

2.2 What are colloides?    

2.3 Preparation of colloids

2.4 Purification of colloids     

2.5 Properties of colloids 

2.6 Origin of charge on colloid particle     

2.7 Stability of colloid particle

2.8 Emulsions  

2.9 Gels 

3. Catalysis     

3.1 Introduction     

3.2 Catalyst and catalysis 

3.3 Positive and negative catalysis    

3.4 Types of catalysis     

3.5 Characteristics of catalytic reaction    

3.6 Promoters  

3.7 Catalytic poisoning    

3.8 Autocatalysis    

3.9 Negative catalysis     

3.10 Activation energy and catalysis   

3.11 Theories of catalysis  

3.12 Active centres on catalyst surface 

3.13 Adsorptin theory and catalytic activity  

3.14 Acid-base catalysis    

3.15 Enzyme catalysis 

3.16 Application of catalysis in industries   

4. Chemical Bonding and Structure  

4.1 Attainment of stable configuration 

4.2 Types of bonds   

4.3 Types of overlap 

4.4 Theories of bonding

5. Concept of Hybridization  

5.1 Introduction     

5.2 Need of hybridization  

5.3 Hybridization    

5.4 Types of hybridization and geometries of molecules   

5.5 Valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory

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