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Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for JEE Main/BITSAT/AIPMT/AIIMS Chemistry

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By Disha Experts (Author)
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The DPP Sheets are based on the concept of Prepare, Asses and improve.
Assessment is the most integral part of a student's preparation but still most of them avoid it. Assessment can only tell where you stand and how you can improve from that point. So it is very important that you take the right assessment, which is on the correct pattern, has the same level of difficulty as the actual exam and covers all the important concepts of the subject.

The book "Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for JEE Main/ AIPMT Chemistry" is precise, apt and tuned to all the requirements of a JEE Main aspirant.
No matter where you prepare from – a coaching or NCERT books or any other textbook/ Guide - Daily Practice Problem Sheets provides you the right assesment on each topic. Your performance provides you the right cues to improve your concepts so as to perform better in the final examination.

It is to be noted here that these are not tests but act as a checklist of student's learning and ability to apply concepts to different problems.
It is our strong belief that if an aspirant works hard on the cues provided through each of the DPP sheets he/ she can improve his/ her learning and finally the SCORE by at least 20%.

Book Features:
  • Division of the complete JEE Main/ AIPMT syllabus into 60 Most important Topics. Each chapter has been broken into 2 or more topics
  • Time Limit, Maximum Marks, Cut-off, Qualifying Score for each DPP Sheet
  • Ultimate tool for Concept Checking & Speed Building
  • Collection of 1750+ Standardised MCQ's that will of all variety of questions
  • Unique & innovative way of Learning through Assessment
  • 2 Separate Booklets - DPP Booklet & Solution Booklet
  • The DPP Sheet covers all important Concepts of each Topic
  • As per latest pattern & syllabus of JEE Main/ NEET exam
  • Compliant to all boards of education
Table of Contents:
  • Basic Concepts of Chemistry 1 (Equivalent Concept): Physical Quantities and their measurement in Chemistry, Significant figure, Laws of chemical combination, Concentration terms, Equivalent weight
  • Basic Concepts of Chemistry DPP 2 (Mole Concepts)
  • Atomic structure 1(Fundamental Particles, Atomic Models, Bohr's Atomic Model, Hydrogen spectrum, Sommerfeld's Model )
  • Atomic structure 2 (Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, Quantum Numbers orbitals, Electronic configuration Principles, Energy level diagram, Extra stability of half filled and completely filled orbitals)
  • Classification of Elements & Periodicity
  • Chemical Bond, Octet Rule, Ionic Bond, Covalent Bond, Fajan's Rule
  • Valence bond theory, Hybridisation, VSEPR theory, Dipole moment, Hydrogen Bond, Van der Waals forces, Molecular Orbital Theory (MOT), Metallic bond
  • States of Matter-1 (Gas laws, ideal gas equation, kinetic theory of gases, concepts of average root mean square and most probable speed)
  • Real gases, deviation from ideal behaviour, compressibility factor, Van der Waals equation, liquefaction of gases, critical constant and liquid state
  • Thermodynamics-1 (First Law of Thermodynamics, Thermochemical Equations)
  • Thermodynamics-2 (Laws of Thermochemistry, Entropy, Spontaneous Process)
  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • Ionic equilibrium (Ionisation of weak electrolyte, Arrhenius theory, Bronsted-Lowry concept, Ionic Product of Water, pH Scale, Hydrolysis)
  • Equilibrium 3: Buffer solution, solubility & common ion effect
  • Redox Reactions
  • Hydrogen
  • S-block elements-1 (Alkali Metals)
  • s-block elements-2 (Alkaline earth metals)
  • p-block elements (Gp-13)-1
  • p-block elements (Gp-14)-2
  • General Organic Chemistry-1 (Classification & Nomenclature)
  • General Organic Chemistry-2 (Isomerism)
  • General Organic Chemistry III: Inductive effect, Resonance (or mesomeric) effect, Electromeric effect, Hyperconjugation
  • General Organic Chemistry IV: Bond fission, Reaction intermediates, Reagents, Reaction mechanism
  • Hydrocarbons-1-(Alkanes)
  • Hydrocarbons-2 (Alkenes)
  • Hydrocarbons-3-(Alkynes)
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Solid State-1: Properties and Types of Solid, Crystallography and Lattice, Crystal Packing
  • Solid State-II (Mathematical analysis of cubic system and Bragg's equation, Crystal structure and Coordination number, Defects in crystal
  • Solution I: Solubility, Method of Expressing Concentration of Solutions, Colligative Properties, Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure, Ideal and Non-ideal solutions
  • Solution-II: Azeotropic mixtures, Osmosis and osmotic pressure of solution, Elevation of boiling point of the solvent, Depression of freezing point, Collegative properties of electrolysis, Abnormal molecular masses
  • Electro Chemistry I: Electrolytes and Electrolysis, Faraday's law of electrolysis, Conductor & Conductance
  • Electro Chemistry II: Cell constant and Electro chemical cells, Electrode potential, Ecell, Nernst equation and ECS
  • Chemical Kinetics - I: Rate of a Reaction, Rate law & Rate constant
  • Chemical Kinetics-II: Collision Theory, Energy of Activation and Arrhenius Equation, Photochemical Reactions
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Extraction of Metal - I: Occurance, Concentration, Roasting & Calcination
  • Extraction of Metal- II: Reduction to free Metal, Refining of Crude Metal
  • p-block Elements-III (Group-15): Nitrogen Family
  • p-block Elements-IV (Group-16): Oxygen family
  • p-block elements (Gp-17 & 18): Halogen Family & Inert Gases
  • d & f-block elements I: General characteristics of d & f-block elements
  • d & f-Block Elements - II: Compounds of transition elements
  • Coordination Compounds
  • Haloalkanes & Haloarenes - I: Introduction and Preparation of Halogen containing compounds
  • Haloalkanes and Haloarenes-II: Properties and uses of Halogen Containing Compounds
  • Alcohols
  • Phenols
  • Ethers
  • Aldehydes and Ketones - I: Introduction and Preparation of Aldehydes and Ketones
  • Aldehyde and Ketones - II: Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones
  • Carboxylic acids & their uses: General introduction of carboxylic acids and their preparation, properties & uses of carboxylic acid and their derivatives
  • Nitrogen Containing Compounds - I
  • Nitrogen Containing Compounds - II
  • Biomolecules-I Carbohydrates, Amino acids, Proteins and Enzymes
  • Bimolecules - II: Fats and Lipids, Vitamins, Hormones and Nucleic acids
  • Polymer: Classification of Polymers, General Methods of Preparation of polymers and Mechanism of Polymerisation, Composition, Properties and Uses of Polymers
  • Chemistry in Action: Dyes and Pigment, Drugs and Medicines, Rocket-Propellant and other
  • Analytical Chemistry: Preliminary Test, Met test for acid radical, met test for basic radical, volumetric analysis

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