MONTHWISE chemistry SYLLABUS CLASS 12

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					                                                                                       Grade 12
                                                                                       Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                                       Subject -Chemistry


                                                                                    Grade 6

Month/    Topic         SUB-TOPIC                                  Supplementary     Assignment
Days                                                               Activities
FEB.                    Classification of solids based on                            PREVIOUS YEAR
          CH-1          different binding forces: molecular,       --                QUESTION
W.D.=16   Solid State   ionic, covalent and metallic solids,
                        amorphous and crystalline solids
                        (elementary idea), unit cell in two
                        dimensional and three dimensional
                        lattices, calculation of density of unit
                        cell, packing in solids, voids, number
                        of atoms per unit cell in a cubic unit
                        cell, point defects, electrical and
                        magnetic properties.


MARCH                                                                                PREVIOUS YEAR
                                                                   PREPARE POTASH    QUESTION
W.D=22    CH-2          Types of solutions, expression of          ALUM
          Solutions     concentration of solutions of solids
                        in liquids, solubility of gases in
                        liquids, solid solutions, colligative
                        properties – relative lowering of
                        vapour pressure, elevation of Boiling
                        Point, depression of freezing point,
                        osmotic pressure, determination of
                        molecular masses using colligative
                        properties,   abnormal     molecular
                        mass.


                        Redox reactions, conductance in            PREPARATION OF
          CH-3          electrolytic solutions, specific and
                                                                                                Grade 12
                                                                                                Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                                                Subject -Chemistry


                                                                                             Grade 6
                             molar conductivity variations of            MOHR SALT            PREVIOUS YEAR
         Electrochemistry    conductivity    with     concentration,                          QUESTION
                             Kohlrausch’s Law, electrolysis and
                             laws of electrolysis (elementary idea),
                             dry cell – electrolytic cells and
                             Galvanic cells; lead accumulator,
                             EMF of a cell, standard electrode
                             potential, Nernst equation and its
                             application to chemical cells, fuel
                             cells; corrosion.

APRIL    CH-4                                                            DETECTION OF RATE
         Chemical Kinetics   Rate of a reaction (average and             OF REACTION          PREVIOUS YEAR
W.D=21                       instantaneous),    factors    affecting                          QUESTION
                             rates of reaction; concentration,
                             temperature, catalyst; order and
                             molecularity of a reaction; rate law
                             and specific rate constant, integrated
                             rate equations and half life (only for
                             zero and first order reactions);
                             concept     of     collision     theory
                             (elementary idea, no mathematical
                             treatment)
         CH-5                                                                                 PREVIOUS YEAR
         Surface Chemistry   Adsorption – physisorption and                                   QUESTION
                             chemisorption;      factors     affecting
                             adsorption of gases on solids;
                             catalysis    :    homogenous         and
                             heterogeneous,         activity      and
                             selectivity:     enzyme        catalysis;
                             colloidal state: distinction between
                             true     solutions,     colloids     and
                                                                         Grade 12
                                                                         Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                         Subject -Chemistry


                                                                      Grade 6
                              suspensions; lyophilic, lyophobic,
                              multimolecular and macromolecular
                              colloids; properties of colloids;
                              Tyndall effect, Brownian movement,
                              electrophoresis,        coagulation;
                              emulsion – types of emulsions.




MAY
         CH-6                 Principles and methods of extraction
W.D=26   General Principles   - concentration, oxidation, reduction
         and Processes of     electrolytic method and refining;
         Isolation       of   occurrence     and    principles   of
                                                                       PREVIOUS YEAR
         Elements             extraction of aluminium, copper, zinc
                              and Iron.
                                                                       QUESTION


         CH-7                 Group     15    elements:    General
         p-Block Elements     introduction,              electronic
                              configuration, occurrence, oxidation
                              states, trends in physical and
                              chemical properties; nitrogen -
                              preparation, properties and uses;
                              compounds of nitrogen: preparation
                              and properties of ammonia and nitric
                              acid, oxides of nitrogen (structure
                              only); Phosphorous-allotropic forms;
                              compounds       .of    phosphorous:
                              preparation    and   properties    of
                              phosphine, halides (PCl3, PCl5) and
                              oxoacids (elementary idea only)
                              Group     16    elements:    General
                                                                          Grade 12
                                                                          Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                          Subject -Chemistry


                                                                       Grade 6
                             introduction,                electronic    PREVIOUS YEAR
                             configuration,     oxidation    states,    QUESTION
                             occurrence, trends in physical and
                             chemical      properties;    dioxygen:
                             preparation, properties and uses;
                             simple oxides; Ozone. Sulphur -
                             allotropic forms; compounds of
                             sulphur: preparation, properties and
                             uses of sulphur dioxide; sulphuric
                             acid:     industrial    process      of
                             manufacture, properties and uses,
                             oxoacids of sulphur (structures only).
                             Group      17    elements:     General
                             introduction,                electronic
                             configuration,     oxidation    states,
                             occurrence, trends in physical and
                             chemical properties; compounds of
                             halogens: preparation, properties and
                             uses of chlorine and hydrochloric
                             acid,    interhalogen      compounds,
                             oxoacids of halogens (structures
                             only).
JULY                         Group      18    elements:     General
                             introduction,                electronic
W.D.=24
                             configuration. Occurrence, trends in
          CH-8               physical and chemical properties,
          d and f    Block   uses.
          Elements


                             General    introduction     ,electronic
                             configuration,    occurrence       and
                             characteristics of transition metals,
                             general trends in properties of the
                                                                                           Grade 12
                                                                                           Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                                           Subject -Chemistry


                                                                                        Grade 6
                              first row transition metals – metallic
                              character,     ionization     enthalpy,
                              oxidation states, ionic radii, colour
                              catalytic     property,       magnetic
                              properties, interstitial compounds,
                              alloy formation. Preparation and
                              properties of K2Cr2O7 and KMnO4.
                              Lanthanoids          -       electronic
                              configuration,     oxidation    states,   TITRATION FOR    PREVIOUS YEAR
                              chemical reactivity and lanthanoid        CALCULATING      QUESTION
                              contraction.                              STRENGTH OF
                              Actinoids - Electronic configuration,     KmNO4.
                              oxidation states.


                                                                                         PREVIOUS YEAR
AUG.     CH-9                 Coordination       compounds         -                     QUESTION
W.D=22   Coordination         Introduction, ligands, coordination
         Compounds            number, colour, magnetic properties
                              and shapes, IUPAC nomenclature of
                              mononuclear              coordination
                              compounds.
                              bonding; isomerism, importance of
                              coordination      compounds        (in
                              qualitative analysis, extraction of
                              metals and biological systems).


                              Haloalkanes: Nomenclature, nature of
                              C-X bond, physical and chemical
         CH-10                properties,     mechanism         of
         Haloalkanes    and   substitution              reactions.
         Haloarenes.          Haloarenes: Nature of C-X bond,
                                                                                             Grade 12
                                                                                             Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                                             Subject -Chemistry


                                                                                          Grade 6
                              substitution   reactions    (directive
                              influence     of     halogen       for                       PREVIOUS YEAR
                              monosubstituted compounds only)                              QUESTION
                              Uses and environmental effects of -
                              dichloromethane, trichloromethane,
                              tetrachloromethane,        iodoform,
                              freons, DDT.

                              Alcohols: Nomenclature, methods of
                              preparation, physical and chemical
SEPT                          properties (of primary alcohols only);
W.D=22   CH-11                identification of primary, secondary     DETECTION OF
          Alcohols, Phenols   and tertiary alcohols; mechanism of      FUNCTIONAL GROUP
         and Ethers           dehydration, uses of methanol and
                              ethanol.
                                                                                           PREVIOUS YEAR
                              Phenols : Nomenclature, methods of
                              preparation, physical and chemical                           QUESTION
                              properties, acidic nature of phenol,
                              electrophillic substitution reactions,
                              uses            of           phenols.
                              Ethers: Nomenclature, methods of
                              preparation, physical and chemical
                              properties, uses.
         CH-12
         Aldehydes,
         Ketones        and
         Carboxylic Acids     Aldehydes       and       Ketones:
                              Nomenclature, nature of carbonyl
                              group, methods of preparation,
                              physical and chemical properties
                              mechanism of nucleophilic addition,
                              reactivity of alpha hydrogen in          DETECTION OF
                                                                                           Grade 12
                                                                                           Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                                           Subject -Chemistry


                                                                                        Grade 6
                         aldehydes;                   uses.          FUNCTION GROUP      PREVIOUS YEAR
                         Carboxylic Acids: Nomenclature,                                 QUESTION
OCT.                     acidic     nature,   methods    of
                         preparation, physical and chemical
W.D.=21   CH-13
                         properties; uses.
          Organic
          compounds
          containing
          Nitrogen       Amines:                 Nomenclature,
                         classification, structure, methods of       DETECTION OF
                         preparation, physical and chemical          FUNCTIONAL GROUP
                         properties, uses, identification of
                         primary, secondary and tertiary
                         amines.
                         Cyanides and Isocyanides - will be
                         mentioned at relevant places in                                 PREVIOUS YEAR
                         context.
                                                                                         QUESTION
                         Diazonium       salts:     Preparation,
                         chemical reactions and importance in
                         synthetic organic chemistry.

          CH-14                                                      SALT ANALYSIS       PREVIOUS YEAR
          Biomolecules   Carbohydrates        -     Classification                       QUESTION
                         (aldoses           and          ketoses),
                         monosaccahrides         (glucose     and
                         fructose), oligosaccharides (sucrose,
                         lactose, maltose), polysaccharides
                         (starch,      cellulose,      glycogen);
                         importance.
                         Proteins - Elementary idea of α -
                         amino      acids,      peptide     bond,
                         polypeptides       proteins,     primary
                         structure,     secondary       structure,
                                                                               Grade 12
                                                                               Month–wise Syllabus
                                                                               Subject -Chemistry


                                                                            Grade 6
                                  tertiary structure and quaternary
                                  structure (qualitative idea only),
Nov.                              denaturation of proteins; enzymes.
                                  Vitamins      -Classification  and
WD.=16
                                  functions.
                                  Nucleic Acids: DNA &RNA .
             CH-15
             Polymers             Classification - natural and synthetic,    PREVIOUS YEAR
                                  methods of polymerization (addition        QUESTION
                                  and condensation), copolymerization.
                                  Some important polymers: natural
                                  and synthetic like polythene, nylon,
                                  polyesters, bakelite, rubber.
             CH-16
             Chemistry       in   1.Chemicals      in    medicines      -
             Everyday life        analgesics, tranquilizers, antiseptics,
                                  disinfectants,         antimicrobials,
                                  antifertility   drugs,     antibiotics,    PREVIOUS YEAR
                                  antacids,              antihistamines.     QUESTION
                                  2. Chemicals in food - preservatives,
                                  artificial     sweetening      agents.
                                  3. Cleansing agents - soaps and
                                  detergents, cleansing action.




DEC.,JAN.,                        REVISION FOR BOARD EXAM
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