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Organic chemistry

•Inorganic chemistry

  • 1).SN(1) & SN(2) reaction
  • 2). Difference Between the SN(1) & SN(2) reaction

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•Alkyl halides

1). Preparation and physical properties of alkyl halides 2). Alkyl halides: Nucleophilic substitution 3). Alkyl halides: Factors affecting SN2 versus SN1 reactions 4). Alkyl halides: Elimination 5). Alkyl halides: Elimination versus substitution 6). Reactions of alkyl hhalides 7). Alkyl halides: Organometallic reactions

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•Alcohols phenols and thiols

1). Preparation of alcohols
2). Preparation of phenols
3). Properties of alcohols and phenols
4). Reactions of alcohols
5). Reactions of phenols
6). Chemistry of thiols

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Carboxylic acid

1).Carboxylic acid 2).Acidity of Carboxylic acid 3).Why Carboxylic acid more acidic than alcohol 4).effect on subsitutent on activity of Carboxylic acid. 5).physical property of Carboxylic acid 6).methods of preparation of Carboxylic acid 7). Reactions of Carboxylic acid 8).quantity taste for Carboxylic acid/ amied/ ester

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•Carboxylic acid and derivative

1).Carboxylic acid reaction and preparation
2).Derivatives of carboxylic acid
3).Esther

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FATS AND OILS

  • 1). CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF FATS AND OILS
  • 2). SAPONIFICATION 3). HALOGENATION
  • 4). HARDENING OF OILS 5). RANCIDTY
  • 6). TYPES AND CAUSES OF RANCIDITY
  •                 • Hydrolytic rancidity
  •                 • Oxidative rancidity
  •                 • Ketonic rancidity

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Benzene and derivatives

  • 1). Huckel rule
  • 2). Reaction of benzene
  •       • Nitration
  •         • Sulphonation
  •         • Fridel craft alkylation
  •         • Limitations of Friedel craft alkylation
  •         • friedel craft acylation

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Organic chemistry (2) IMP

  • 1). What is Reichert meisst value. How to measure R.M value
  • 2). Structure and use:- DDT
  • 3). Structure and use:- BHC
  • 4). Structure and use:- Chloramine

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nomenclature and  isomerism of organic compound

1). classification, nomenclature and  isomerism of organic compound
2). Role of nomenclature/ IUPAC
3).IUPAC nomenclature of
          • alkyl halide
          • alkane
          • alkyne
          • alcohol
          • oxiranes
          • aldehyde
          • keton
          • Carboxylic acid
          • amine
          • ester
4). Rules of nomenclature polyfunctional group
5). Types of isomerism
         • Structural isomerism

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 helloalkane/alkyl halide

1). What is helloalkane/alkyl halide
2). What is haloalkanes
3). Primary, Secondary and tertiary haloalkanes
4). Physical property of helloalkane
5). Nucleophilic substitution
6). Biomolecular SN2 and molecular SN1
7). Elimentation reaction
         • Elimentation vs substitution

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Structure and bonding

1). Atomic structure of carbon
2). Covalent bonding and hybridization
3). sp3 Hybridization
4). sp2 Hybridization
5). sp Hybridization
6). Bonds and hybridized centers

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• organic chemistry, 
1).preparation of alcohol, 
2).E1 & E2 difference, 
3).ozonolysis, 
4).explain halogenation of alkanes,
5).structure and use,
         • chloroform
         • ethyl chloride
         • iodoform
         • dichloromethane
         • glycerol
         • benzyl alcohol
         • chlorobutanol
         • methyl alcohol

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• organic chemistry
1).Differentiate between E1 and E2 reaction.
2).What is tautomerization? Give some suitable example.
3).Write rearrangement of carbocation.
4).Give the IUPAC names of the following compounds.
5).Give the reaction and mechanism of elimination reaction with suitable examples.
6).Discuss halogenations of alkane with mechanism.
7). Write a short note on- (any two)
         (i) Diel’s Alder reaction
         (ii) Saytzeff’s Rule
        (iii)Ozonolysis
8).Explain Chain OR Positional and Functional isomerism with suitable example.
9).Discuss the free radical addition reaction of conjugated diene with suitable example.
10).Write Ozonolysis reaction for alkenes with suitable example.

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Acidbase reactions

1). Brønsted–Lowry acids and bases
2).Acid strength
3). Base strength
4). Lewis acids and bases
5). Enolates

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