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Saturday, 23 October 2010

Semester 2 : Chemistry

InsyaAllah: We all do it great.

Syllabus Content        1.0    Organic Chemistry
        
         1.1    Nomenclature and Reactions
      1.1.1    Aliphatic and aromatic (introduction)
                  1.1.2    Alkanes (halogenation and combustion
                  1.1.3    Alkenes (addition and oxidation)
                  1.1.4    Alkynes (addition)
                  1.1.5    Alcohols (substitution, dehydration and 
                          oxidation)
                  1.1.6    Alkyl halides (substitution and elimination)
                  1.1.7    Carboxylic acids (esterification and
                                         reduction)
                  1.1.8    Aldehydes  and ketones (addition and
                               reduction and oxidation)
Isomerism (structural and geometrical isomers)

  Lab 1 : Reactions involving alkanes, alkenes, alcohols,
               aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acid
 
             
2.0    Chemical Kinetics
        
         2.1    Rate of reaction
         2.2    Rate laws (differential and integrated)
                  2.2.1    Order of reaction:  Zero, First and Second
                  2.2.2    Initial rate method
                  2.2.3    Rate constant
                  2.2.4    Half Life
         2.3    Collision theory, transition state theory and 
                   activation energy
         2.4    Factors controlling rates of reactions
         2.5    Arrhenius equation
         2.6    Reaction mechanisms and rate determining step
         2.7    Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis

  Lab 2 : Determination of reaction order

3.0    Chemical Equilibrium

   3.1    Concept of equilibrium 
   3.2    Equilibrium constant expression (Kc and Kp)
            3.2.1    Calculations involving Kc and Kp.
   3.3    Factors affecting chemical equilibrium -- Le
             Chatelier’s Principle

  Lab 3 : Application of Le Chatelier’s principle


4.0    Acids and Bases

         4.1    Definitions
            4.1.1    Arrhenius
            4.1.2    Bronsted Lowry     
            4.1.3    Lewis
   4.2    Strength of acids and bases
            4.2.1  pH and pOH
            4.2.2  Strong acids and bases
            4.2.3  Degree of dissociation (),
            4.2.4. Kw, Ka, Kb, pKa and pKb
          4.3    Acid-base titration curves and Indicators
    4.4    Hydrolysis
    4.5    Common ion effect      
    4.6    Buffer
             4.6.1    Definitions
             4 6 2    Henderson-Hesselbalch equation
             4.6.3    Buffer range and buffer capacity

  Lab 4 : Acid-base titration curve
  Lab 5 :  Preparation and application of buffer solution


5.0    Electrochemistry
        
         5.1    Redox Reactions
                  5.1.1    Oxidation number
                  5.1.2    Oxidation and reducing agents
                  5.1.3    Balancing redox equation
         5.2    Galvanic Cell
                  5.2.1    Standard hydrogen electrode
                  5.2.2    To determine standard reduction
                               potential
                  5.2.3    Electrochemical Series
                  5.2.4    Cell diagram and IUPAC notation of
                               galvanic cell
                  5.2.5    Spontaneity of redox reaction;
                  5.2.6    Calculation of cell potential under standard  
                               and non-standard conditions
                   5.2.7    Nernst Equation
                   5.2.8    Batteries
                   5 2 9    Corrosion

  Lab 6 : Redox titration
  Lab 7 : Galvanic cells
   
>>p/s: mom asked me did you study? and I went "NO!" Its Holiday!<<<

1 comment:

aQies said...

parents i pun !!! hahaha :)