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INTRODUCTION Hydroxy compound can be classified in the following three categories.  Aliphatic hydroxy compound      Monohydric i.e.      Dihydric     Polyhydric  Contain three and more than three hydroxyl group.  Monohydric alcohols are of three types.  Illustration 1. Classify the following into primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols: (a) (b) (c)   Solution: (a) […]

Module_III

MODULE – IV   Contents: Aromatic Chemistry   Carbonyl Compounds    Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives    Amines    Preparation and Properties of some Important Inorganic Compounds          P L A N N I N G In aromatic chemistry we are going to take up some important reactions like halogenation, oxidation of alkylbenzene, […]

Module_III

MODULE – III   Contents:   General Organic Chemistry  Hydrocarbons  Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution (General Mechanisms Only)  Alkyl Halides, Alcohols and Ethers  Qualitative Analysis        P L A N N I N G   In general organic chemistry, we would emphasise on the basics of organic chemistry, which are very important to you to […]

Module_II

MODULE – II   Contents:   Liquid Solutions Solid State Thermochemistry Electrochemistry Periodic Properties Chemical Bonding Concept of Acids & Bases  Transition Element & Coordination Compound   LIQUID SOLUTIONS   A solution is a homogeneous mixture of (two or more) substance, the composition of which may very between certain limits.   Ideal Solutions The solutions […]

Module_I

MODULE – I   Contents:   Stoichiometry  Atomic Structure Gaseous State Chemical Kinetics Chemical Equilibrium Ionic Equilibirum   STOICHIOMETRY   The stoichiometric coefficients of reactant(s) and product(s) in the chemical equation of any reaction indicate the molar ratio in which they are reacting/formed, and hence by converting mole into mass in the desired unit or […]

General Organic Chemistry_Final

IIT-JEE Syllabus  Structural and geometrical isomerism, optical isomerism of compounds containing one and two asymmetric centres only  Keto-enol tautomersim. Inductive and resonance effects on acidity and basicity of acids and bases respectively. Reactive intermediates produced during homolytic and heterolytic cleavage. Formation, structure, stability and reactivity of alkyl carbocations and  free  radicals . The Breaking and […]

Hydrocarbons

CHEMISTRY   Which one of the following is an electrophile? (A) Boron trifluoride (B) Ethylene (C)Benzene (D) Water Which of the following substituted benzene derivatives would furnish three isomers when one more substituent is introduced? (A) (B) (C) (D) Which one of the following species is isoelectronic with ammonia? (A) CH3 (B) CH3+ (C) CH3– […]

General Organic Chemistry

GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Subjective Problems  LEVEL – I 1. Pentane’s three isomers i) v) ii) vi) iii) vii) iv) viii) Total no. of isomers = 8 3. Phenyl acetic acid has greater acidic character due to –I effect of phenyl ring. In aniline the lone pair of electrons on nitrogen involves in the resonance of […]

Aromatic Chemistry

ELECTROPHILIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUTION   Solution to Subjective Problems    LEVEL – I   1. A =  B =  C = In the acidic medium aniline is protonated to give which is m-directing. 3. Cycloheptatrienyl cation formed by a loss of Br– is very stable because it become aromatic. I) Aromatic II) Anti-ariomatic III) Aromatic IV) […]

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