Preparation of Chemistry in EAMCET 2011 | Reference books for EAMCET 2011 Chemistry

February 7th, 2011| Education.

Preparation of Chemistry in EAMCET 2011 |Reference books for EAMCET 2011 Chemistry

Chemistry plays a major role in securing good rank in the entrance tests like EAMCET, AIEEE, IIT-JEE. There is possibility to answer more number of question in short period of time in Chemistry when compared to other subjects. But now, to read the complete syllabus rather than going for the concept based questions has become very difficult for the students.

It is very easy to secure around 75-80 percent of marks in chemistry in EAMCET. The remaining 20-25 percent of question will be difficult. So preparation should be done according to time table and it helps to secure good score in EAMCET.

Physical Chemistry:

  • Physical chemistry is very important in the chemistry. That is the reason why some time has to be spent for this subject.
  • The problems that are related to mathematics are to be practiced well. It is important to practice formula based questions.
  • A profile should be prepared for each formula and one has to observe them during their preparation.
  • Only some issues are to be remembered in this section. The problem solving can be done easily in this section.
  • The topics that are to be concentrated in this unit are: concentration methods; solubility product; colligative properties; EA problems; molar conductivity; buffer solutions; equilibrium constant related problems; Bhore theory applications; quantum numbers; Nernst equations;  Fardays law; solid state (holes, density, latis positions, crystal defects); order determination; heat of reactions; lichartliar principles; gold number; equivalent weight determination; Dolton’s; Grahams; wander walls equations.

Organic Chemistry:

  • The questions in this chapter can be obtained during the time of the exams.
  • Proper idea is to be there on all the chemical related policies and on its making.
  • These are to be practiced in the form of sequence of reactions, flow charts and inter conversions.

The topics that are to be concentrated are as follows:

Isomerism; Nomenclature; named reactions; SN1; SN2 mechanisms; preparatory methods and properties of hydrocarbons; chlorinated compounds; alcohol; ethers; acids; nitro; amines; dizo compounds; acidic string of phenols; carboxylic acids and factors affecting it; basic strength of amines and factors effecting it.

Inorganic Chemistry:

  • The inorganic chemistry is one of the difficult section when compared to other subjects.
  • The reason behind this is there are number of topics that are to be remembered and at the same time to be forgotten.
  • But, if this inorganic chemistry is read scientifically, it can be remembered very easily.
  • Inorganic chemistry is to be read by comparing one principle with other. In almost all the groups, the basic principles will be same. Just because of this even the difficult formulas can be remembered very easily.
  • The topics like different kinds of principles, making of compounds, electrodes and electrolytes are to be framed in the tabular form so that they will be easily remembered.
  • The most important thing which says that the inorganic chemistry is difficult is the wide range of topics.

Chapter wise weightage in the previous examination papers:

Autonomic Structure (2); periodic table (1) ; chemical bonding (2); states of matter (1); stycometry (1); hydrogen and compounds (1); 1A and ll A groups (1); lll A group (1); Iv A group (1); noble gases (1); environmental chemistry (1); organic chemistry (1st and 2nd year) (7) ; VA group (1); VIA group (1); VIIA group (1); d-block and lanthanides (1); complex compounds (1); bio molecules (2); chemistry in everyday life (1); polymers (1); surface chemistry (1); solid state (1); solutions (1); acids and bases (1); electro chemistry (2); kinetics and equilibrium (2); thermo dynamics (1); metallurgy (1).

NOTE: The digits that are mentioned in the brackets are the number of times the question that is asked.

Here are the reference books for the preparation:

Lilliput view of EAMCET Chemistry.

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