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|Important Question and Topics Class 12 Chemistry 2079 NEB Board Exam|
Unit:1. Volumetric Analysis
- What are primary and secondary standard solutions?
- What are the requisites for a substance to be a primary standard?
- Define molarity and normality. Write their relationship.
- What is meant by redox titration?
- How is a suitable indicator selected for a particular titration?
Define the terms:
- Normality factor
- Endpoint and Equivalent point
- Titration error
- Semi-normal solution and Decinormal solution
- Basicity of acid
- Acidity of base
- Gram equivalent weight
Unit:2. Ionic Equilibrium
- State Ostwald’s dilution law. What is the limitation of this law?
- Define pH and pOH. Write their relation.
- What will happen when HCl gas is passed over a saturated solution of NaCl, also Explain the principle involved?
- Acid and Base
- Bronsted Acid and Bronsted Base.
- Conjugate acid and conjugate Base pair of NH3?
- Define Lewis Acid and Base with Examples?
- Write Limitation of Lewis Acid and Lewis Base?
- Define the Common ion effect?
- Application of Common ion effect?
- Solubility product principle and its application.
- What is the ionic product of water?
- Acidic salt
- Degree of ionization
Unit:3. Chemical Kinetics
- Define chemical kinetics.
- Define the rate of Chemical reaction.
- Define the half-life of a reaction.
- Factors affecting the rate of reaction.
- Write rate law.
- What is the rate constant? Write its unit?
- What do you mean by the order of a reaction?
- Define the first ( 1st) order reaction with its unit?
- What is meant by Instantaneous rate of reaction?
- Differentiate between the order and molecularity of a reaction?
- How do concentration, temperature, Catalyst, and surface area of reactants affect the rate of reaction?
- What is meant by the effective collision of reacting species? What are the essential conditions for the effective collision of reacting species?
- Find the unit of rate constant of zero, first, and second order reaction.
- Arrhenius equation
- Catalyst and catalysis
- Homogenous catalysis
- Heterogeneous Catalysis
- Explain the role of catalyst in the reaction mechanism
- Rate of reaction
- Rate equation
- Rate constant
- Activation energy
- Effective collision
- Proper orientation
- Define thermodynamics
- What is the physical concept of entropy?
- First law of thermodynamics
- Second law of thermodynamics
- Third law of thermodynamics
- State and Explain Hess's law of constant heat summation.
- Predict the criteria of spontaneity in light of entropy change.
Explain the terms:
- Gibb's free energy
- Spontaneous process
- Non-spontaneous process
- Exothermic process
- Endo thermic process
- Isothermal Process
- Adiabatic Process
- Isobaric Process
- Isochoric Process
- Cyclic process
- What is Electro Chemistry?
- What are Electrodes?
- Standard electrode( redox ) potential
- Hydrogen electrodes
- Calomel Electrodes
- Electrochemical series
- Application of Electrochemical series
- Standard Hydrogen Electrode
- Cell potential and free energy change
- What is a cell? Explain its types.
- Commercial cell
Some Important Questions of Physical Chemistry for Class 12 Chemistry
- Selection of indicators.
- Different concepts of acids and bases and their limitations
- Common ion effect and solubility product principle and its application salt analysis (precipitation reaction).
- Buffer solution.
- Faraday’s laws of electrolysis.
- Standard electrodes.
- Hess law.
- Prediction of feasibility/ spontaneity of reactions in terms of free energy change, entropy change, and enthalpy change.
- Differences between order and molecularity of a reaction.
- Collision theory of reaction rate.
- Factors affecting rate of reaction.
- Derivation of integrated rate equation and half-life for a first-order reaction.
SET 1: Characteristics of Transition metals:
- Variable oxidation state
- Formation of complexes
- Reason for colored complexes
- Catalytic property
- Magnetic property.
- CFT for the octahedral complex.
SET 2: Extraction of :
- (Blister) copper from copper pyrites.
- Steel (Mainly Open Hearth process)
- Iron from iron pyrites.
- Zinc from zinc blend ( sulphide ore).
- Mercury from cinnabar (HgS) ore.
SET 3: Chemistry of:
- Blue vitriol ( CuSO4.5H2O)
- White vitriol ( ZnSO4. 7H2O)
- Zinc white ( ZnO)
- Calomel (Hg2Cl2)
- Corrosive sublimate (HgCl2)
SET 1: Lab preparation ( Reaction only) of :
- Chloroform (trichloro methane )
- Formic acid (methanoic acid)
- Diethyl ether (Ethoxy ethane)
SET 2: Almost one sure :
- Identification of 1, 2, and 3 alcohols by Victor Meyer’s method.
- Separation of 1, 2, and 3 amines by Hoffmann’s method.
SET 3: Name reactions:
- Aldol condensation reaction
- Cannizaro’s reaction
- Perkins condensation
- Claisen Condensation reaction.
- Benzoin condensation
- Carbylamine reaction
- Reimer Tiemann reaction
- Coupling reaction( preparation of azo dyes)
- Diazotization reaction
- Friedel- Craft’s reaction
- Hoffmann’s Bromamide reaction( De carbonylation reaction)
- Esterification reaction
- Carbonylation reaction (Oxo process)
- Williamson’s etherification reaction
- Rosenmund reduction
SET 4: Test reaction:
- Iodoform test
- Silver mirror test( reaction with Tollen’s reagent)
- Nitrous acid test of 10, 20, and 30 amines.
- 2,4 – DNP test
- Carbylamine test ( test of primary amines)
SET 5: Important reactions:
- Reduction of nitrobenzene in a different medium.
- Preparation of alcohols using a Grignard reagent.
- Oxidation of alcohols.
- All reactions of chloroform.
SET 6: Reactions to prepare: (with one use)
- Picric acid
SET 7 : Convert:
- 1-bromopropane to 2- bromopropane and vice-versa.
- 1- propanol to 2- propanol and vice versa.
- Methenamine to ethanamine and vice versa.
- Phenol to anisole(methoxy benzene) and vice versa.
- Ethoxy ethane to methoxy ethane.
- Phenol/aniline to azo-dye.
- Ethanal/ ethanol to 3-hydroxy butanal.
- Ethanol to 2- hydroxy propanoic acid.
- Propanone(acetone) to 2-hydroxy-2-methyl propanoic acid.
- Phenol to toluene.
- Ethanol to propanol/ propanoic acid.
- Methanamide to ethanamine.
Some Important questions of Organic Chemistry:
- Why is chloroform stored in a dark bottle containing ethanol?
- Why does chloroform not give white ppt. with aq. AgNO3?
- Why is nucleophilic substitution reaction difficult in haloarene?
- Why is the boiling point of ethanol greater than that of ethoxy ethane?
- Why is phenol more acidic than aliphatic alcohol?
- Why does nitrobenzene undergo an electrophilic substitution reaction at the meta position? ( Explain why –the NO2 group is meta-directing towards electrophilic aromatic substitution)
- Why is chlorobenzene o/p – directed towards an electrophilic substitution reaction?
- It is dangerous to boil a sample of ether stored for a long time, give a reason.
- Ether is stored in a bottle containing iron wire, why?
- Give a suitable test to distinguish ethanamine from N-methyl methenamine.
- Write a chemical test to distinguish ethanoic acid(acetic acid) from methanoic acid(formic acid).
- Why is a chloroacetic acid stronger acid than acetic acid?
- Why is a formic acid stronger acid than acetic acid?
- Why an amino group of aniline is protected before nitration? (Aniline can not be nitrated directly, why?)
- Write the functional isomers of C3H6O with their IUPAC name. Give a chemical test to distinguish them.
- Write an unsymmetrical ether of C3H8O. How would you prepare this ether using Williamson’s synthesis?
- Write down possible isomeric amines of C3H9N and give their IUPAC names.
What happens when:
- Sodium benzoate is heated with soda lime.
- Phenol is heated with zinc dust.
- Chlorobenzene is treated with chloral.
- Ethyl alcohol(ethanol) is treated with acetic acid(ethanoic acid)
- Phenol is treaded with aq. Br2.
- Aniline is treated with aq. Br2.
- Phenol is treated with benzene diazonium chloride.
- Ethoxy ethane is treated with excess HI.
- Methanal(formaldehyde) is treated with ammonia.
- Methanal/benzaldehyde is treated with NaOH.
- Ethanal/propanone is treated with NaOH.
- Aldehyde/ketone is treated with hydroxyl amine.
- Ethanol is heated with conc. H2SO4.
- Acetic acid is treated with P2O5.
- Write the flow sheet diagram for the production of cement.
- Differentiate between OPC and PPC cement.
- Write the flow sheet diagram for paper production.
Write monomers and one use of:
- polyvinyl chloride(PVC)
Write an example and one use of:
- Analgesic, antipyretic, antibiotics, and antiseptic drugs.
- Herbicide and Pesticide
- Germicide and Insecticide
- A synthetic fertilizer – nitrogen fertilizer/Phosphorus (phosphatic) fertilizer, mixed(NPK) fertilizer.
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