JAM ACHIEVER COURSE - Chemistry (2018)

Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.(IIT JAM)

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Course Structure

The Curriculum Section of  this Course covers the following Content :

  • 15 Units of Theory
  • 15 Topic wise Unit Solved Papers (USPs)
  • 5 Volume Solved Papers (VSPs)
  • 10 Full Length Model Solved Papers (MSPs)
  • 4 Previous Year Solved Papers (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) (PSPs)


  • Subject: CHEMISTRY (CY)
    • Section : Units
      • Unit 1: Basic Mathematical Concepts

        Lecture 1: Function

        Lecture 2: Maxima and Minima

        Lecture 3: Integrals

        Lecture 4: Ordinary Differential Equations

        Lecture 5: Vectors

        Lecture 6: Matrices

        Lecture 7: Determinants

        Lecture 8: Elementary Statistics

        Lecture 9: Probability Theory

      • Unit 2: Atomic and Molecular Structure

        Lecture 1: Fundamental Particles

        Lecture 2: Bohr Theory of Hydrogen - Like Atom

        Lecture 3: Wave - Particle Duality

        Lecture 4: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

        Lecture 5: Schrodinger Wave Equation

        Lecture 6: Quantum Numbers

        Lecture 7: Pauli Exclusion Principle

        Lecture 8: Hund Maximum Multiplicity Rule

        Lecture 9: Electronic Configuration of Simple Homonuclear Diatomic Molecules

      • Unit 3: Theory of Gases and Solid State

        Lecture 1: Theory of Gases

        Lecture 2: Equation of State of Ideal and Non - Ideal Gases

        Lecture 3: Maxwell - Boltzmann Distribution Law

        Lecture 4: Equipartition of Energy

        Lecture 5: Solid State

        Lecture 6: Close Packing in Crystals

        Lecture 7: X - Rays

        Lecture 8: Lattice Energy

      • Unit 4: Chemical Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria

        Lecture 1: Chemical Thermodynamics

        Lecture 2: The First Law of Thermodynamics

        Lecture 3: Thermochemistry

        Lecture 4: The Second Law of Thermodynamics

        Lecture 5: Chemical Equilibrium

        Lecture 6: Ionic Equilibrium

        Lecture 7: Phase Equilibria and Phase Diagrams

      • Unit 5: Electrochemistry

        Lecture 1: Conductance and Its Applications

        Lecture 2: Transport Number

        Lecture 3: Debey - Huckel - Onsagar Theory of Strong Electrolytes

        Lecture 4: Galvanic Cell

        Lecture 5: Electrode Potential and Free Energy

        Lecture 6: Concentration Cells with and without Transport

        Lecture 7: Polarography

      • Unit 6: Chemical Kinetics and Adsorption

        Lecture 1: Rates of Reactions

        Lecture 2: Arrhenius Equation

        Lecture 3: The Collision Theory of Reaction Rates

        Lecture 4: Enzyme Kinetics

        Lecture 5: Catalysis

        Lecture 6: Chain Reactions

        Lecture 7: Photochemical Processes

        Lecture 8: Gibbs Adsorption Equation

        Lecture 9: Adsorption Isotherms

        Lecture 10: Types of Adsorption

        Lecture 11: Surface Area of Adsorbents

        Lecture 12: Surface Firms on Liquids

      • Unit 7: Basic Concepts in Organic Chemistry and Stereochemistry

        Lecture 1: Electronic Effects

        Lecture 2: Steric Effects

        Lecture 3: Stereoisomerism

        Lecture 4: Conformations of Acyclic System

        Lecture 5: Conformations of Cyclohexanes

      • Unit 8: Organic Reaction Mechanism and Synthetic Applications

        Lecture 1: Organic Reaction Mechanism

        Lecture 2: Chemistry Reactive Intermediates (Carbine, Nitrene, Benzyne)

        Lecture 3: Name Reactions and Reagents

        Lecture 4: Organometallic Reagents

        Lecture 5: Oxidizing Agents

        Lecture 6: Reducing Agents

      • Unit 9: Qualitative and Heterocyclic Chemistry

        Lecture 1: Functional Group Interconversions

        Lecture 2: Chemical Tests for Functional Groups

        Lecture 3: Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (H - NMR)

        Lecture 4: Alkaloids

        Lecture 5: Terpenes

        Lecture 6: Biomolecules

        Lecture 7: Classification and Nomenclature of Heterocyclic Compounds

      • Unit 10: Periodic Table and Chemical Bonding

        Lecture 1: Basics of Periodic Table

        Lecture 2: General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

        Lecture 3: Chemical Bonding and Shapes of Compounds

        Lecture 4: Ionic Solids

        Lecture 5: Structure of Some Solids

        Lecture 6: Hybridization

        Lecture 7: VSEPR Theory and Shapes of Molecules

      • Unit 11: s and p - Blocks

        Lecture 1: Chemistry of s and p - Block Elements including Noble Gases Properties and Application of Main Group Elements

        Lecture 2: p - Block Elements Properties Application of Main Group Elements

      • Unit 12: Transition Metal (d - Block)

        Lecture 1: Transition Metal Chemistry

        Lecture 2: Oxidation States

        Lecture 3: Colors of Transition Metal Complexes

        Lecture 4: Coordination Compounds

        Lecture 5: Metal Oxidation State

        Lecture 6: Valence Bond Approach

        Lecture 7: Crystal Field Approach

        Lecture 8: Organometallic Compounds

        Lecture 9: Nitrosyls

        Lecture 10: Metallocene

        Lecture 11: Metal Carbonyl Compounds

      • Unit 13: Bioinorganic Chemistry

        Lecture 1: Metal Ions in The Biological System

        Lecture 2: The Roles of Metal Ions

        Lecture 3: Oxygen Binding to Hb and Mb

        Lecture 4: Redox Reaction

      • Unit 14: Instrumental Methods of Analysis

        Lecture 1: Basic Principles of Instrumentation

        Lecture 2: Instrumentation and Applications of Conductometry

        Lecture 3: Instrumentation and Applications of Potentiometry

        Lecture 4: Ultraviolet/visible (UV/vis) Spectroscopy

        Lecture 5: Analysis of Water, Air and Soil Sample

      • Unit 15: Analytical Chemistry

        Lecture 1: Principles of Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis

        Lecture 2: Redox Reactions

        Lecture 3: Chemistry and Properties of EDTA

        Lecture 4: Precipitation Reactions

        Lecture 5: Organic Analytical Reagents for The Determination of Inorganic Substances

        Lecture 6: Nuclear Chemistry

        Lecture 7: Applications of Radioactive Isotopes

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