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General Inorganic Chemistry (Interactive mechanism of inorganic reactions):

(1)-Classification of Elements & Periodicity in properties

(2) Structure of atom and Electronic configuration

(3)-Chemical bonding & Molecular Structures

3.1 Chemical Bonds

3.2 Ionic Bond

3.3 Covalent bond (sigma and pi Bond)

3.4 Coordinate bond

3.5 Valence Bond Theory

3.5 Hybridization

3.6 VSEPR Theory

3.6 MOT

(4)-General Inorganic Chemistry (G.Ino.C)

3.1 Dipole Moment

3.2 Fajan’s Rule

3.3 Resonance

3.4 D-Orbital resonance

3.5 Bent’s rule of hybridization

3.6 Drago’s rule: No need of hybridization

3.7 Back bond

3.8 Bridge Bond: Multi-centered Bond

3.9 Vander Waal’s force

3.10 Hydrogen Bond

3.11 Metallic Bond

5-Acid-Base Concepts/theories

4.1 Arrhenius Acid–Base concept

4.2 Bronsted Lowery Acid-base concept:

4.3 Lewis Acid-Base concepts:

4.4 The Solvent System (Self or Auto Ionization of Solvent):

4.5 The Lux-Flood Acids-base concepts:

4.6 The Usanovich Acid-base concepts:

6-Oxides (Acid anhydrides)

5.1 Classification of oxides: (On the Basis of oxygen content):

5.2 Classification of oxides: (On the basis of Acid-Base Interaction):

7-Oxy acids and its Salts

6.1 Oxy acids of Boron:

6.2 Oxy acids of Silicon:

6.3 Oxy acids of Nitrogen:

6.4 Oxy acids of Phosphorous:

6.5 Oxy acids of Sulphur:

6.6 Oxy acids of Chlorine:

(8)-Type of inorganic reactions

(9)-Hydrolysis Mechanism

8.1 Hydrolysis of Halides of 13th group:

8.2 Hydrolysis of Halides of 14th group:

8.3 Hydrolysis of Halides of 15th group:

8.4 Hydrolysis of Halides of 16th group:

8.5 Hydrolysis of Interhalogen compounds:

8.6 Hydrolysis of Halides of 18th group:

8.7 Hydrolysis of peroxy acids:

8.8 Hydrolysis of Oxides:

8.9 Hydrolysis of Carbides:

8.10 Hydrolysis of Nitrides:

8.11 Hydrolysis of Hydrides:

8.12 Hydrolysis of phosphides:

8.13 Hydrolysis of sulphides:

8.14 Hydrolysis of Silicides:

8.15 Hydrolysis of Borides:

8.16 Hydrolysis of Phosphides:

(10)-Effect of heat on compounds (acids, bases and Salts)

9.1 Thermal stability of salts

9.2 Thermal Decomposition Reactions

(11)- The Coordination compounds

(12)- Quantitive Analysis (Salts Analysis):


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