Chemistry Chapters covers most of the Chapters in High School And Higher Secondary Chemistry Lessons.

Atomic Structure

Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

De-Broglie hypothesis and De-Broglie equation 

Quantum numbers

Chemical Equilibrium

pH of Buffer solution

Buffer action

Buffer solutions

Application of solubility product and common ion effect

The solubility product constant (Ksp)

Common ion effect

Indicators in acid - base titration


Electrochemical Theory of Rusting

Kohlrausch's law definition

Application of Kohlrausch's law

Energy producing cells

Surface Chemistry

Mechanism of Micelle Formation

Lyophilic colloids and lyophobic colloids

Mechanism of enzyme catalyzed reactions

Physisorption and Chemisorption 

Factors affecting adsorption of gases on solids

Adsorption Isobar 

Application of Adsorption

p-block element

The P - block elements

Oxoacids of phosphorus

Oxyacids of chlorine 

Pictrures of oxyacids of chlorine

Group 18 elements properties

Chemical Reactivity in Group 17 elements

Chemical properties of Group 16 elements 

Trends in chemical reactivity of Group 15 elements

Trends in chemical reactivity of Group 14 elements

Trends in chemical reactivity of group 13 elements

Phosphine gas (PH3)

Oxides Of Phosphorus

Oxides of Xenon ( XeO3 and XeO4)

Oxides of sulphur

Hydrogen sulphide (H2S)

Sulphur dioxide and Sulphur trioxide

Halides of Sulphur

Sodiumthiosulphates (Na2S2O3.5H2O)

Bleaching powder (CaOCl2) 

Fluorides of xenon

The d Block element

Transuranium elements

Properties and Uses of Potassium permanganate

Preparation of Potassium permanganate

Preparation and properties of Potassium dichromate

Silver nitrate (Lunar caustic)

Mercury halides

Copper sulphate penta hydrate


Leaching: metallurgy

Forth flotation process: ore dressing

Extraction of aluminium

Extraction of iron

Extraction of Sodium

Extraction of copper from copper pyrites (CuFeS2)

Extraction of sulphur

Chemistry In Everyday Life

Chemicals in food

Chemistry in Every day life: Perfumes

Chemicals in every day life: Dyes

Stereo Chemistry

Importance of Stereo chemistry

Resolution of racemic mixture (dextro and laevo)

Example of optical Isomer : Tartaric acid

Optical Isomers Example: lactic acid

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