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Types of Chemical Reaction

  • Terminology
  • Types of Reaction on The Basis of Phases of Reactants and Products
  • Types of Reaction on The Basis of Change of Energy
  • Types of Reaction on The Basis of Direction of Reaction
  • The rate of a Chemical Reaction
  • Factors Affecting the Rate of Chemical Reaction

Types of Equilibria: Physical Equilibrium

  • State of Equilibrium
  • Solid-Liquid Equilibrium
  • Liquid-Vapur Equilibrium
  • Solid-Gas Equilibrium
  • Dissolution of Solid in Liquid
  • Dissolution of Gas in Liquid
  • Henry’s Law
  • Characteristics of Physical Equilibrium

Types of Equilibria: Chemical Equilibrium

  • Demonstration of Chemical Equilibrium
  • The concept of Chemical Equilibrium
  • Graphical Representation of Chemical Equilibrium
  • Chemical Equilibrium as Dynamic Equilibrium
  • Characteristics of Chemical Equilibrium
  • Factors Affecting Chemical Equilibrium
  • Gibb’s Energy and Chemical Equilibrium

Law of Mass Action

  • Statement and Explanation
  • Expression For Equilibrium Constant in Terms of Concentration
  • Expression For Equilibrium Constant in Terms of Partial Pressure

Equilibrium Constant

  • Characteristics of Equilibrium Constant
  • Equilibrium Constant of a General Reaction and its Multiple
  • Equilibrium Constant for the addition of Two Chemical Equilibria
  • Temperature Dependence of Equilibrium Constant
  • Uses of Equilibrium Constant
  • Steps Involved in the Calculation of KC and Equilibrium Pressures

Le-Chatelier’s Principle

  • Statement and Explanation of Le-Chatelier’s Principle
  • Effect of the Change of Concentration on the chemical Equilibrium
  • Everyday Life Examples to Explain the Effect of the Change of Concentration on the Equilibrium
  • Effect of the Pressure on the Chemical Equilibrium
  • Effect of Temperature on the Chemical Equilibrium
  • Effect of the Catalyst on the Chemical Equilibrium
  • Effect of Inert Gas Addition
  • Haber’s process (Synthesis of Ammonia)
  • Contact process (Synthesis of Sulphur Trioxide)
  • Manufacture of Ozone
  • Manufacture of Nitric oxide
  • Manufacture of Nitrogen dioxide
  • Dissociation of phosphorous pentachloride
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