November 19, 2017

AEEE Chemistry Syllabus 2017 – Download Here

AEEE Chemistry Syllabus 2017 – Download Here : Amrita University Syllabus For B-Tech Chemistry Paper : Amrita Entrance Examination-Engineering 2017 Syllabus Topics : Amrita University is going to held Engineering Entrance Examination 2017 for Amrita University B.Tech. Admissions 2017. Candidates, who have filled out Aeee 2017 Application Form by Chemistry Subject, may check here details about chemistry syllabus for Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam 2017. If you want to get maximum number of marks in this engineering entrance exam, you have to follow below details carefully. Candidates may note down these topics & can also print out to take follow up daily.

AEEE Chemistry Syllabus 2017 – Download Here

AEEE 2017 Chemistry Syllabus | Download Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam 2017 Chemistry Syllabus Topics :

1). Basic Concepts :-
Atomic And Molecular Masses, Mole Concept And Molar Mass, Percentage Composition, Empirical And Molecular Formula, Chemical Reactions, Stoichiometry And Calculations Based On Stoichiometry.

B) Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure :-
Bohr’s Model, De Broglie’s And Heisenberg’s Principles, Quantum Mechanical Model, Orbital Concept And Filling Up Of Electrons; Bond Formation And Bond Parameters; Valence Bond And Molecular Orbital Theory; Vsepr Theory; Hybridization Involving S, P And D Orbital; Hydrogen Bond.

3). Equilibrium And Thermodynamics :-
Law Of Chemical Equilibrium And Equilibrium Constant; Homogeneous And Heterogeneous Equilibria; Lechatelier’s Principle, Ionic Equilibrium; Acids, Bases, Salts And Buffers; Solubility Product;

Thermodynamic State; Enthalpy, Entropy And Gibb’s Free Energy; Heats Of Reactions; Spontaneous And Nonspontaneous
Processes.

4). Electrochemistry, Kinetics And Surface Chemistry :-
Specific, Molar And Equivalent Conductance Of Weak And Strong Electrolytes; Kohlrausch Law; Electrochemi Cal Cells And Nernst

Equation; Batteries, Fuel Cells And Corrosion
Rate Of A Reaction And Factors Affecting The Rate: Rate Constant, Order And Molecularity, Collision Theory. Physisorption And Chemisorptions; Colloids And Emulsions; Homogeneous And Heterogeneous Catalysis.

5). Solid State And Solutions :-
Molecular, Ionic, Covalent And Metallic Solids; Amorphous And Crystalline Solids; Crystal Lattices And Unit Cells; Packing Efficiency And Imperfections; Electrical And Magnetic Properties. Normality, Molarity And Molality Of Solutions, Vapour Pressure Of Liquid Solutions; Ideal And Non-Ideal Solutions, Colligative Proper-Ties; Abnormality.

6). Hydrogen :-
Position Of Hydrogen In The Periodic Table; Dihydrogen And Hydrides- Preparation And Properties; Water, Hydrogen Peroxide And Heavy Water; Hydrogen As A Fuel.

7). S – Block Elements :-
Group 1 And 2 Alkali And Alkaline Earth Elements; General Characteristics Of Compounds Of The Elements; Anomalous Behavior Of The First Element; Preparation And Properties Of Compounds Like Sodium And Calcium Carbonates, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hydroxide; Biological Importance Of Sodium, Potassium And Calcium.

8). P – Block Elements :-
Groups 13 To 17 Elements: General Aspects Like Electronic Configuration, Occurrence, Oxidation States, Trends In Physical And Chemical Properties Of All The Families Of Elements; Compounds Of Boron Like Borax, Boron Hydrides And Allot ropes Of Carbon; Compounds Of Nitrogen And Phosphorus, Oxygen And Sulphur; Oxides And Oxyacids Of Halogens.

9). D, F – Block Elements :-
Electronic Configuration And General Characteristics Of Transition Metals; Ionization Enthalpy, Ionic Radii, Oxidations States And Magnetic Properties; Interstitial Compounds And Alloy Formation; Lanthanides And Actinoids And Their Applications.

10). Co-Ordination Compounds :-
Werner’s Theory And Iupac Nomenclature Of Coordination Compounds; Coordination Number And Isomerism; Bonding In Coordination Compounds And Metal Carbonyls And Stability; Application In Analytical Methods, Extraction Of Metals And Biological Systems.

11). Basic Organic Chemistry And Techniques :-
Tetravalence Of Carbon And Shapes Or Organic Compounds; Electronic Displacement In A Covalent Bond Inductive And Electrometric Effects, Resonance And Hyper conjugation; Hemolytic And Heterolytic Cleavage Of Covalent Bond Free Radicals,  Carbocations, Carbanions Electrophiles And Nucleophiles; Methods Of Purification Of Organic Compounds; Qualitative And Quantitative Analysis.

12). Hydrocarbons, Haloalkanes And Haloarenes :-
Alkanes, Alkenes,Alkynes And Aromatic Hydrocarbons; Iupac Nomenclature, Isomerism; Conformation Of Ethane, Geometric Isomerism, General Methods Of Preparation And Properties, Free Radical Mechanism Of Halogenations, Markownikoff’s Addition And Peroxide Effect; Benzene, Resonance And Aromaticity, Substitution Reactions; Nature Of C-X Bond In Haloalkanes And Haloarenes; Mechanism Of Substitution Reactions.

13). Alcohols, Phenols And Ethers :-
Iupac Nomenclature, General Methods Of Preparation, Physical And Chemical Properties, Identification Of Primary, Secondary And Tertiary Alcohols, Mechanism Of Dehydration; Electrophilic Substitution Reactions.

14). Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids And Amines :-
Nomenclature, General Methods Of Preparation, Physical And Chemical Properties Of The Group Members; Nucleophilic Addition And Its Mechanism; Reactivity Of Alpha Hydrogen In Aldehydes; Mono And Dicarboxylic Acids-Preparation And Reactions; Identification Of Primary, Secondary And Tertiary Amines; Preparation And Reactions Of Diazonium Salts And Their Importance In Synthesis.

15). Polymers And Biomolecules :-
Natural And Synthetic Polymers, Methods Of Polymerization, Copolymerization, Molecular Weight Of Polymers, Polymers Of Commercial Importance,Carbohydrates: Mono, Oligo And Polysaccharides; Proteins Alpha Amino Acid, Peptide Linkage And Polypeptides: Enzymes, Vitamins And Nucleic Acids (Dna And Rna) P) Environmental Chemistry Air, Water And Soil Pollution, Chemical Reactions In Atmosphere, Acid Rain; Ozone And Its Depletion; Green House Effect And Global Warming; Pollution Control.

16). Chemistry In Everyday Life :-
Drugs And Their Interaction; Chemicals As Analgesics, Tranquilizers, Antiseptics, Antibiotics, Antacids And Antihistamines; Chemicals In Food- Preservatives, Artificial Sweetening Agents; Cleansing Agents – Soaps And Detergents.

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