MOLE CONCEPT AND EQUIVALENT CONCEPT
Subject chemistry Medium
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Category TOPIC BASED COURSE Lecture 25
Target XI XII XIII Books QUESTION BANK ATTACHED
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Syllabus

Dalton atomic theory, isotope ,isobar, atomic mass, atomic mass unit amu, molecule, molecular mass

molar mass. Gram atomic mass, gram molecular mass, avogadro law

Relative atomic mass, relative density, vapour density, specific gravity, average atomic mass, average molar mass

Percentage composition, molecular formula, empirical formula, gay-lussac law

Stoichiometry, mole-mole analysis, combustion of hydrocarbon

limiting reagent, percentage yield , consecutive reaction

Principle of atomic conservation POAC

Percentage purity of sample, combustion of carbon, analysis of mixture

Numerical on analysis of mixture, law of mass conservation, law of definite proportions, law of  multiple proportions, law of reciprocal proportions

Solution, solute , solvent, mole fraction, %w/w/,

%w/v, % v/v, strength of solution, molarity, molality, ppm

Interconversion of concentration terms

Molarity of pure water , volume strength of hydrogen peroxide solution, relation between volume strength and molarity

Silver salt method , Eudiometry

examples of eudiometry

Significant figure, rules for counting , rounding off, scientific notation, addition/subtraction, multiplication of significant figure

 

Oxidation number calculation, average O.N. individual O. N.
Oxidizing agent, reducing agent, disproportion reactions
Balancing of redox and disproportion reaction , balancing of molecular reaction
Equivalent concept. Law of chemical equivalence, relation between mole and equivalent, equivalent mass, valence factor calculation for acid & base
n- factor for salt, n - factor for disproportion reaction
Titration, acid base titration, permanganate titration, dichromate titration
Back titration , double titration
Numerical on double titration, iodometric titration, limitation of equivalent concept     
Bleaching powder and calculation of available chlorine from bleaching powder sample     
Hardne    ss of water ( temporary & permanent hardness) strength of oleum     
Volume strength of hydrogen peroxide solution

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