jee main 2 april 2019: syllabus with weightage - characteristics of polyester
New Delhi: The National Testing Agency will conduct the JEE Main 2 exam on April.
JEE admitted on April 2019 that the card had been released by NTA on its official website-
They can be downloaded via the app number and password or via the app number and date of birth.
The JEE Main exam for paper 2 will be held on April 7, and the paper 1 exam will be held on April 8, 9, 10 and 2019.
Understanding the syllabus and weight of the subject matter is important for getting good grades as it can help you prepare better and smarter.
When we study, some topics that we usually ignore or don't pay much attention to are given more weight in JEE, so candidates should check the syllabus with weight in order to get good in the exam.
With the help of the official website of JEE, we will present the main syllabus of JEE for all three subjects --
Mathematics, physics and chemistry.
Check below and focus on the topic of greater weight in the exam.
Main syllabus for JEE: Math smarks: 1201)
Set, relationship, function set and its representation;
Sum, intersection, complement of sets and their algebraic propertiesPower set;
Relationship, relationship type, equivalent relationship, function; One-
First, the composition of the function, the entry and entry of the function. 2)
Plural and quadratic equations plural as ordered pairs of reals, plural representation of the ib form and its representation in planes, Argand graphs, plural algebra, modules, and parameters (or amplitude)
The square of the complex number, the square of the complex number, the triangle inequality, the quadratic equation in the real complex number system and its solution.
Relationship between Root and co
Efficiency, the nature of the root, the formation of a quadratic equation for a given root. 3)
Matrix and decision matrix, matrix algebra, matrix type, decision element and matrix of second and third order.
The nature of the determinant, the evaluation of the determinant, the area of the triangle using the determinant.
The inverse of the square matrix was accompanied and evaluated using determinants and basic transforms, and the determinant and matrix were used to test the consistency and settlement of the linear equations in two or three variables. 4)
The basic principle of arranging the count of combinations, arranging as arrangement, combining as choice, the meaning of P (n,r)and C (n,r)
Simple application. 5)
The principle of mathematical induction and its simple application of mathematical induction 6)
Binomial theorem and its simple application on Binomial theorem of positive integral index, general term and intermediate term, properties and simple application of binomial coefficient. 7)
Sequence and sequence arithmetic and geometric series, arithmetic insertion, geometric mean between two given numbers.
The relationship between. M. and G. M.
N items for special series: S n, S n2, sn3. Arithmetico -
Geometric series. 8)
Limits, continuity, and Micro
Value function, function algebra, polynomial, rational function, triangular function, logarithmic function and exponential function, inverse function.
Graphics of simple functions.
Limits, continuity, and micro.
The sum, difference, product and quotient of two functions.
Differential of triangle, antitriangle, logarithmic, exponential, composite and implicit functions;
Derivatives for up to two orders.
Mean value theorem of basil and Lagrange.
Application of derivative: rate of change of quantity, monotony-
The function of a variable, tangent, and normal, the increase or decrease function, maximum and minimum value
Integral calculation as anti-integralderivative.
Basic integral involving algebra, triangles, indices, and logarithmic functions.
Integration by replacement, parts, and partial fractions.
Integral using a triangular identity equation.
The evaluation of the simple integral of the type integral as the limit of the sum.
Basic theorem of calculus.
The nature of definite points.
The evaluation of set points, in standard form, determines the area of the area limited by a simple curve. 10)
Differential Equations, their order and order.
The formation of differential equations.
The differential equation is solved by a method of separating variables, and the solution type is: homogeneous and linear differential equations of dy/dx p (x)y=q(x)11)
Rectangular coordinate system
Coordinates 10 in the plane, distance formula, section formula, trajectory and its equations, translation of the axis, slope of the line, parallel and vertical lines, intercept of the line on the coordinate axis.
Straight line: the equations of various forms of the line, the intersection of the line, the angle between the two lines, the condition that the three lines coincide, the distance from the point to the line, the equation of the inner and outer angle bisector between the two lines, the center of mass, the center of the triangle and the outer Center coordinates, through the line family equation of the intersection of the two lines.
Circle, cone curve: the standard form of the equation of the circle, the general form of the equation of the circle, the radius and the center, when giving the endpoint of the diameter, the equation of the circle, the intersection of the line and the circle, the condition that the center is at the origin, the line is tangent to the circle, the equation of the tangent.
The section of the cone, the section equation of the cone (
In the standard form, y = mx c is a condition for tangent and point (s)of tangency. 12)
The 3D geometric coordinates of the midpoint of the space, the distance between two points, the section formula, the direction ratio and the direction coordinates, the angle between the two intersection lines.
Slash, the shortest distance between them and their equations.
The equations of different forms of lines and planes, the intersection of lines and planes, and the common lines. 13)
Vector algebra vectors and scalar quantities, addition of vectors, components of vectors in 2D and 3D spaces, scalar and vector product, scalar and vector triple product. 14)
Scattered statistics and probability metrics: the mean, median, grouped and ungrouped patterns of grouped and ungrouped data calculate the standard deviation, variance and mean deviation of grouped and ungrouped data.
Probability: probability of event, addition and multiplication theorem of probability, Baye theorem, probability distribution of random variables, Buruli test and binomial distribution. 15)
The identity equation and equation of triangles.
Inverse triangular functions and their properties.
Height and distance. 16)
Mathematical reasoning statements, logical operations and, or, hints, hints, if and only if.
Understanding of repetition, contradiction, reversal and reversal.
Theme/Chapter wise weight topic of main mathematics syllabus of JEE no question mark coordinate geometry 5 20 limit, continuity and predictability 3 12 Integral Systems 3 12 complex numbers and quadratic equations 2 8 matrices and determinants 2 8 statistics and probabilities 2 8 3D geometry 2 8 vector algebraic relationships combination with function 1 4 arrangement 1 4 binomial theorem and its Application 1 4 sequence and Series 1 4 delayology 1 4 Mathematical Reasoning 1 4 Differential Equation 1 4 static 1 4 microdivision 1 4 total 30 120 JEE main syllabus: physical smarks: 1201)
Physics and measurement physics, technology and society, Unit 1, basic unit and derivative unit.
Minimum count, accuracy and accuracy of measuring instruments, measurement error, size of physical quantity, size analysis and its Application 2)
Reference motion frame.
Linear motion: position-
Time Chart, speed and speed.
Uniform and non
Uniform motion, average speed and instantaneous speed accelerating motion at a constant speed, speed-time, position-
Time map, the relationship between consistent acceleration of motion.
Scalar and vector, vector addition and subtraction, zero vector, scalar and vector product, unit vector, resolution of vector.
Relative speed, in-plane motion, shooting motion, uniform circular motion 3)
The law of motion and inertia, Newton's first law of motion;
Newton's second law of motion, momentum; Impulse;
Newton's third law.
The law of conservation of linear momentum and its application, and the balance of force.
Static friction, Law of friction, Rolling Friction Dynamics of uniform circular motion: centripetal force and its application. 4)
Work, energy and power work done by constant force and variable force;
Kinetic energy and potential energy, functional theorem, work.
Potential energy of spring, conservation of mechanical energy, conservative and non-
Elastic and elastic-plastic collisions in one and two dimensions. 5)
Center of rotation motion of two objects
Particle systems, mass centers of objects;
The basic concept of rotational motion;
Conservation of moment and angular momentum of force and its application
Moment of rotation, radius of rotation.
Moment of inertia values of simple geometric objects, parallel axes, and vertical axis theorems and their applications.
Rotation of a rigid body in a rotational motion, Equation 6)
The universal law of gravity.
Acceleration caused by gravity and its variation with height and depth.
The laws of planetary motion.
Gravitational potential energy;
The orbit speed of the satellite. Geo-
Stationary satellite. 7)
Properties and liquidation behavior of solids, stress-
Strain relationship, Hooke's law, elastic modulus, bulk modulus, stiffness modulus.
Pressure due to fluid columns;
Pascal's law and its application.
Reynolds number, viscosity, STEX's law, terminal speed, streamline and turbulence.
The principle and application of Buruli.
Application of surface energy and surface tension, contact angle, surface tension
Drops, bubbles and capillaries rise.
Heat, temperature, thermal expansion;
Specific heat capacity, heat quantity;
Changes in state, potential heat. Heat transfer-
Conduction, convection and radiation, Newton's law of cooling. 8)
Thermodynamic equilibrium, zero law of thermodynamics, concept of temperature.
Heat, power and internal energy.
The first law of thermodynamics.
The second law of thermodynamics: Reversible and irreversible processes.
Cano engine and its efficiency. 9)
The kinetic theory of the perfect gas state equation, the work done in compressed gas.
Theory of gas dynamics
Hypothesis, the concept of stress.
Kinetic energy and temperature: rms velocity of gas molecules;
Degree of freedom, the law of energy equivalence, the application of specific heat capacity of gas;
Average free path, number of Avogadro. 10)
Periodic motion of oscillation and fluctuation
Period, frequency, displacement is a function of time.
Simple harmonic movement (S. H. M. )
And its equation; phase;
Vibration of the spring-
Recovery force and force constant; energy in S. H. M. -
Kinetic energy and potential energy;
Derivation of its time period expression;
Free oscillation, forced oscillation and damping oscillation, resonance fluctuation.
Longitudinal, shear wave, wave speed.
The displacement relationship of progressive waves.
Principle of superposition of waves, reflection of waves, standing waves in strings and organ pipes, basic mode harmonious waves, beats, Doppler effects in sound
Electrostatic selective charge: conservation of charge, Cullen's law-
The force between two point charges, the force between multiple charges;
Superposition principle and continuous charge distribution.
Electric field: the electric field, the electric field line, the electric pole generated by the point charge, the electric field generated by the single pole, the torque on the single pole in the uniform electric field. —
Electric flux, Gaussian law and its application to find field in infinite long uniform charged straight wire, uniform charged infinite plate and uniform charged thin spherical shell.
Potential of point charge, electric dipoles and charge system and its calculation;
Equipotential surface, the potential energy of the two-point charge system in the electrostatic field. —
Conductor and insulator, medium and polarization, capacitor, combination of series and parallel capacitor, capacitor of parallel plate capacitor with or without medium between plates, energy stored in capacitor. 12)
Current, drift speed, Ohm's law, resistance, resistance of different materials, V-
Properties of I Ohm and non-ohm conductors, electrical energy and power, resistivity, resistor color code;
Series and parallel combinations of resistors;
Temperature dependence of resistance.
The battery and its internal resistance, the potential difference of the battery and the combination of emf, battery in series and parallel.
Kilhoff's law and its application.
Bridgestone Bridge, Bridge of rice. Potentiometer -
Principle and its application. 13)
Magnetic effect of current and magneticBiot -
Savart's law and its application in the current-carrying loop.
Ampere's law and its application in infinite long current-carrying lines and solenoid.
The force of the moving charge in a uniform magnetic field and electric field. Cyclotron. —
Force on current
Carry conductors in a uniform magnetic field.
Force between two parallel currents
Definition of amps.
The torque experienced by the current loop in a uniform magnetic field;
Its current sensitivity and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter. —
The current loop is used as the magnetic couple and its magnetic couple moment.
Magnetic rod as equivalent solenoid, magnetic field line;
The magnetic field and magnetic elements of the Earth. Para-, dia-and ferro-
Magnetic material. —
Magnetic sensitivity and permeability, electrical stagnation, magnet and permanent magnet. 14)
Induction and AC current; induction;
Faraday's law, induced potential and current;
Vortex, Rentz's law.
Sense of self and mutual inductance.
AC, peak and rms values for AC/voltage;
Resistance and impedance;
Series circuit, resonance;
Quality factor, power in AC circuit, reactive current.
AC generator and transformer. 15)
And their properties.
Lateral properties of the waves. —
Spectrum of electricity (
Radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, X-ray, gamma rays).
Application of e-commercem. waves. 16)Optics—
Reflection and refraction of light on plane and sphere, mirror formula, total internal reflection and its application, deviation and scattering of light by Prism, lens formula, magnification, lens power, combination of thin lenses in contact lenses, microscopy, and astronomical telescopes (
Reflection and refraction)
And their ability to zoom in—
Wave optics: the principle of wave front and Huigen, using the law of reflection and refraction of Huigen principle.
Interference, the double slit experiment of Young and the expression of stripe width.
The maximum width of the center due to the diffraction of a single slit.
Resolution ability of microscope and telescope, polarization, plane polarized light;
Brewster's law, the use of plane polarized light and polarized light. 17)
The double nature of matter and the double nature of radiation.
Photoelectric effect, observation of Hertz and Leonard;
Einstein's photoelectric equation
Particle properties of light. Matter waves-
The wave properties of particles, the de Broy relationship. Davisson-
Atom and nucleus
Particle scattering experiment;
Rutherford's atomic model
Hall model, energy level, hydrogen spectrum.
Composition and size of Nucleus, atomic mass, Isotope, isopressure line; isotones. Radioactivity-
α, β, γ particles/rays and their properties;
Law of radioactive decayMass-
Quality defect; energy relationship;
The binding energy of each nucleus and its variation with mass number, nuclear fission and fusion. 19)
Semiconductor diodes: I-
V properties of forward and reverse bias;
Diode as rectifier; I-
V properties of LED, photodiodes, solar cells and Zener diodes
Zener diode as a voltage regulator.
Characteristic of junction transistor, transistor action, transistor;
Transistor as amplifier (
Co-emitter configuration)and oscillator. Logic gates (
Or, not Nand and NOR).
Transistor as switch. 20)
Propagation of communication systems in the atmosphere
The basic elements of Sky and Space wave propagation, modulation, amplitude and frequency modulation, signal bandwidth, transmission media bandwidth, and communication system (
Square only). 21)
Experimental skills familiar with the basic methods and observations of experiments and activities: 1.
Used to measure the internal and external diameter and depth of the container. 2. Screw gauge-
Used to determine the thickness/diameter of the sheet/wire. 3.
Consume energy by drawing a graph between the amplitude and the square of time. 4. Meter Scale-
According to the principle of moment, the mass of a given object. 5.
Youn elastic modulus of metal wire material. 6.
The surface tension of the water caused by capillary rise and the action of the medium. 7. Co-
The viscosity of a given viscous liquid is effectively measured by measuring the terminal speed of a given sphere. 8.
Plot the cooling curve of the relationship between the temperature and time of the heat body. 9.
Sound speed in air at room temperature using a resonance tube. 10.
A specific heat capacity (i)solid and (ii)
Make liquid by the method of mixture. 11.
The resistivity of a given wire material using the meter bridge. 12.
Resistance of a given wire using Ohm's law. 13. Potentiometer —(i)
Comparison of emf between two primary cells. (ii)
Determination of resistance in cells. 14.
The resistance and advantages of the mirror are measured by the semi-deflection method. 15.
Focal length :(i)Convex mirror(ii)
Cocave, and (iii)
Convex lens using parallax method. 16.
A graph of the deviation angle and angle of a triangular prism. 17.
Use a mobile microscope to observe the refractive index of the glass plate. 18.
Characteristic curve of P-
N-junction diodes with forward and reverse bias. 19.
Characteristic curve and reverse breakdown voltage of Zener diode. 20.
The characteristic curve of the transistor and find the current gain and voltage gain. 21.
Identify items such as diodes, LEDs, transistors, IC, Reistor, capacitors from the hybrid collection. 22.
With a multimeter :(i)
Determine the base of the transistor (ii)
Distinguish between drain type and pnp type transistor (iii)
In the case of diodes and LEDs, see one-way flow of current. (iv)
Check the correctness of a given electronic component (
Diodes, transistors, or IC).
Theme/Chapter wise weight theme of main physics syllabus of JEE no problem marks modern physics 5 20 heat and thermodynamics 3 12 optics 3 12 current 3 12 static electricity 3 12 magnetism 2 8 unit, size and vector 1 4 Law of Motion 1 4 work, power and Energy 1 4 mass center, pulse and momentum 1 4 Rotation 1 4 gravity 1 4 harmonic motion 1 4 solid and fluid 1 4 Wave 1 4 emc induction;
AC 1 4 total 30 120 main syllabus for JEE: chemical score: 120 physical chemistry 1)
Some basic concepts in chemical substances and their properties, Dalton's atomic theory;
Concepts of atoms, molecules, elements and compounds;
Physical quantity and its measurement in chemistry, precision and accuracy, important numbersI.
Unit and dimension analysis;
Laws of chemical combination;
Atomic and molecular mass, Moore concept, molar mass, percentage composition, empirical formula and molecular formula;
Chemical equations and chemical metrology. 2)
Substances are classified as solid, liquid and gas states.
Gas status: measurable properties of gas; Gas laws -
Boyle's law, Charlie's law, Graham's law of diffusion, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of pressure;
The concept of absolute scale of temperature;
Ideal gas equation;
Theory of gas dynamics (Only assumptions);
The concept of mean, root mean variance and the most likely speed;
True gas, deviation from ideal behavior, compression factor and van der Waals equation.
Liquid: nature of liquid-
The influence of steam pressure, viscosity and surface tension and temperature on them (
Limited treatment only).
Solid State: Classification of solids: molecules, ions, bonded and metallic solids, non-crystalline and crystalline solids (Basic Ideas);
The law of Prague and its application;
Units and grids packed in solid (
Fcc, bcc and hcp grid)
, Void, involving the calculation of cell parameters, defects in solids;
Electrical, magnetic and dielectric properties. 3)
Thomson and Rutherford atomic models of atomic structure and their limitations
The nature of electro-magnetic radiation, photoelectric effect;
The spectrum of hydrogen atoms, the glass model of hydrogen atoms
Its hypothesis, the derivation of the relationship between electronic energy and different orbital radius, the limitations of the Boer model;
Dual nature of matter
Broglie's relationship, the principle of haysenber's uncertainty.
The basic idea of quantum mechanics, the model of quantum mechanics of atoms, its important features, the concept of atomic orbitals as an electronic wave function;
Various quantum numbers (
Momentum and magnetic quantum number)
And its significance;
Shape of S, p and d
Orbital, electron spin and spin quantum number;
Rules for orbital electronic filling-
Aufbau principle, Pauli exclusion principle and Hund rule, electronic configuration of elements, half-
Filled and fully filled tracks. 4)
Chemical bonding and molecular structure
The Lewis method of chemical bond formation, the concept of ions and bonded bonds.
Ion bond: The Formation of ion bond and the factors affecting the formation of ion bond;
Calculation of lattice enthalpy.
Valence bond: the concept of electric negativity, Fajan's law, even electric moment;
Valence shell electronic rejection (VSEPR)
Theory and shape of simple molecules.
Quantum mechanics method of bonded bonds: valence bond theory
Its important features involve the hybrid concept of s, p, d orbitals; Resonance.
Molecular orbital theory
Its important features, LCAOs, types of molecular orbitals (
Key, anti-key), sigma and pi-
The concept of Bond, molecular orbital electron configuration, Bond order, bond length and bond energy of a nuclear diatomic molecule. 5)
Chemical Thermodynamic Basis of thermodynamics: system and environment, extensive and dense properties, state functions, type of process.
First law of thermodynamics
The concept of work, heat internal energy and enthalpy, heat capacity and molar heat capacity;
Hess's law of constant heat summation
The enthalpy of bond dissociation, combustion, formation, atomization, sublimation, phase change, hydration, ionization, and solution.
Second law of thermodynamics-
Spontaneity of the process;
The DG of the DS and the system of the universe as a spontaneous standard, Dgo (
Standard Gibbs energy change)
Equilibrium constant. 6)
Different methods for solution expression of solution concentration
Moore, Moore, Moore score, percentage (
Calculated by volume and mass)
, The steam pressure of the solution and the law of Raoult-Ideal and non-
Steam pressure-ideal solution
Ideal and non-ideal composition, plotIdeal solution;
Homogeneity of dilute solution
The steam pressure is relatively reduced, the freezing point is lowered, the boiling point is raised, and the penetration pressure is increased;
Determination of Molecular mass by co-lattice properties
The outliers of Moore mass, van't Hoff factor and their significance. 7)
The meaning of balance, the concept of dynamic balance.
Equilibrium involving physical processes: solid-Liquid, liquidgas and solid -
Gas balance, Henry's law, involves the general features of the equilibrium of physical processes.
Equilibrium involving chemical processes: laws of chemical equilibrium, equilibrium constants (Kp and Kc)
Significance of DG and DGo in chemical equilibrium, factors affecting equilibrium concentration, pressure, temperature, catalyst;
The principle of Le Chatelier.
Ion balance: weak, strong electrolyte, ionization of electrolyte, various concepts of acid and alkali (
Laurie and Lewis)
Their ionization, acid
Balance of Foundation (
Including multi-stage ionization)
Ionization Constant, ionization of water, pH scale, common ion effect, hydrolysis of salt and pH of its solution, solubility of refractory salt and solubility products, buffer solution. 8)
Oxidation-reduction reaction and electro-chemical electronic concept, oxidation-reduction reaction, oxidation number, rules for distributing oxidation number, equilibrium of oxidation-reduction reaction.
Electrolysis and metal conduction, conductivity in electrolytic solution, specific conductivity and molar conductivity and their variation with concentration: Kohlrausch's law and its application.
Different types of electrodes, including the standard electrode potential
Cell and cell reaction, emf of the original cell and its measurement;
Nerster equation and its application
Relationship between cell potential and energy change of Gibbons
Dry and lead batteries; Fuel cells. 9)
Chemical kinetic rate of the chemical reaction, factors affecting the reaction rate: concentration, temperature, pressure and catalyst;
Basic and complex reactions, order and molecular properties of reactions, rate laws, rate constants and their units, differential and integral forms of zero and first-order reactions, their features and semi-
Effect of temperature on reaction rate-
Arrhenius theory, internal energy and its calculation, collision theory of the two-molecule gas reaction (no derivation). 10)
Surface chemical adsorption-
Physical and Chemical adsorption and its features, factors affecting gas adsorption on solids
The equation for the adsorption of the first and second adsorption from the solution.
The difference between real solution, colloidal and suspended matter, classification of colloidal
Easy to dissolve, easy to dissolve;
Multi-molecule, large molecule and related colloid (micelles)
Preparation and properties of colloidal
Tyndall effect, Brown movement, electrography, dialysis and condensation;
Emulsion and its properties.
Inorganic chemistry 11)
Classification of elements and periodic forms of existence of periodic table of properties, s, p, d and f block elements, periodic trends in properties of atomic and ionic radius of elements, ionization enthalpy, electron gain enthalpy, Valence, oxidation state and chemical reactivity. 12)
The general principles and processes for separating the metal patterns that exist in nature, minerals, and minerals;
Steps involved in metal extraction-
Concentration, decrease (
Methods of chemistry and electrolysis)
Special reference is made to the extraction and refining of aluminum, copper, zinc and iron;
The principles of thermodynamics and electrolysis involved in metal extraction. 13)
The hydrogen position, Isotope, hydrogen preparation, properties and use of hydrogen in the periodic table;
Physical and chemical properties of water and heavy water;
Structure, preparation, reaction and use of hydrogen peroxide;
Hydrogen as fuel. 14)S -
Block element (
Alkaline and alkaline rare earth metals)Group -
1 and 2 elements: General Introduction of physical and chemical properties of elements, electronic configuration and general trends, abnormal properties of the first element in each group, diagonal relationship.
Preparation and properties of some important compounds
Sodium carbonate and sodium hydroxide;
Industrial use of lime, limestone, gypsum and cement;
Biological significance of Na, K, Mg and Ca. 15)P -
Block element group-
13 to 18 groups of elements: General Introduction: electronic configurations and general trends of physical and chemical properties of elements in different periods and periods;
Unique behavior of the first element in each group.
Group study of P-
Block element group-
13: preparation, performance and use of boron and aluminum;
Properties of boron trifluoride, aluminum chloride and aluminum. Group -
The same-element shaped body of carbon, the chain trend;
Structure and Properties of silica and silica. Group -
15: nature and use of nitrogen and phosphorus;
Different nutritional forms of phosphorus
Preparation, properties, structure and use of ammonia, nitric acid, phosphine and halogen phosphorus ,(PCl3, PCl5);
Structure of oxide and oxygen acid of phosphorus. Group -
16. preparation, properties, structure and use of ozone;
The same form of sulfur
Preparation, properties, structure and use of sulfuric acid (
Including its industrial preparation);
Structure of sulfur acid. Group -
17: preparation, properties and use of hydrochloric acid;
The acid trend of halogen hydrogen;
Structure of halogen compounds and halogen oxide and oxygen acid. Group -
18. the occurrence and use of inert gases;
Structure of fluoride and xenon oxide. 16)D -and F -
Block element position element: General Introduction of transition elements in the first line, general trend of electronic configuration, appearance and features, attributes-
Physical Properties, ionization enthalpy, oxidation state, atomic radius, color, catalytic behavior, magnetic energy, complex formation, gap compound, alloy formation;
Preparation, performance and use of K2 Cr2 O7 and KMnO4.
In-transition elements: Rare earth elements-
Electron configuration, oxidation state and shrinkage of rare earth elements. Actinoids -
Electron configuration and oxidation state. 17)Co-
Coordination agencies introduce cooperation
The complex in Werner's theory; ligands, co-
Number, density, car;
Name of IUPAC for co-
Complex, heterogeneous; Bonding-
Valence bond method and basic idea of crystal field theory, color and magnetic properties;
Importance of cooperation
In qualitative analysis, metal extraction and biological systems). 18)
Environmental Chemical environmental pollution: atmosphere, water and soil.
Air pollution: atmospheric pollutants: oxides of carbon, nitrogen, sulfur and hydrocarbons;
Sources, hazards and prevention of them;
Global warming and greenhouse effectAcid rain;
Particulate pollutants: smoke, dust, fog, smoke, fog;
Their sources, harmful effects and prevention.
The formation and decomposition of ozone, the consumption of ozone layer
Mechanism and effect.
Water pollution: major pollutants such as pathogens, organic wastes and chemical pollutants;
Their harm and prevention.
Soil pollution: major pollutants such as pesticides (insecticides,.
Herbicides and fungicides)
Their harm and prevention.
Strategies to control environmental pollution.
Organic Chemistry 19)
Purification and characterized purification of organic compounds: Crystal, sublimation, distillation, differential extraction and chromatography-
Principle and application of qualitative analysis: detection of nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus and halogen.
Quantitative analysis (
Basic principles only)
: Estimation of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, halogen, sulfur, phosphorus.
Calculation of empirical formula and molecular formula
Numerical problems in organic quantitative analysis. 20)
Some basic principles of the four-price organic chemistry of carbon
The shape of simple moleculeshybridization (s and p);
Classification of organic compounds based on functional groups :-C = C -, -C h C -
Containing halogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur;
Homologous sequence; Isomerism -
Heterogeneous structure and stereo. Nomenclature (
Simple and International Union)
Fission of bonded bonds
Average dissolution and non-average dissolution: free radicals, carbon positive ions and carbon positive ions;
Stability of carbon positive ions and free radicals, pro-electric reagents and pro-nuclear reagents.
Electron displacement in a bonded bond
Inductive effect, electric Poly effect, resonance and hyperbinding. 21)
Hydrogen-carbon classification, co-heterogeneous, IUPAC naming, General preparation methods, properties, and reactions. Alkanes -
Conformations: projection of Sawhorse and Newman (of ethane);
Mechanism of halogen generation of chain. Alkenes -
Mechanism of parent-electric addition: addition of hydrogen, halogen, water and halogen hydrogen (
Markownikoff and peroxide effects);
Decomposition and polymerization of ozone. Alkynes -
Adding hydrogen, halogen, water and halogen hydrogen; Polymerization.
The name of benzene
Structure and aroma;
Mechanism of pro-electric substitution: halogen, Nitro, Fridell-
Hydrocarbon and aldehyde in the process, the functional base is single-
Replace benzene. 22)
General methods for preparation, properties and reactions of halogen-containing organic compoundsNature of C-X bond;
The mechanism of alternative reactions. Uses;
Environmental effects of CH 2 and iodine. 23)
Preparation methods, properties, reactions and uses of organic compounds containing oxygen.
Alcohol, phenol and ether: identification of first, second and third-class alcohol
Phenol: acidic properties, pro-electric substitution reaction: halogen, Nitro and sulfuric acid, regenerations-
Aldehyde and ketone: Properties of carbonyl group;
> C = pro-nuclear addition of O-based, relative reactivity of aldehyde and ketone;
Important reactions such
Pro-nuclear addition reaction (
Addition of HCN, NH 3 and its derivatives)
Grignard reagent; oxidation; reduction (
Kissina and Clemenson); acidity of r -
Hydrogen, condensation of aldoll, reaction of Cannizzaro, reaction of halogen generation;
Chemical tests to distinguish aldehyde from ketone.
Strength of Carboxylic acid SAC and its influencing factors. 24)
Preparation methods, properties, reactions and uses of organic compounds.
Beramine: Designation, classification, structure, basic features and identification of beramine, zhongamine and tertiary amine and their basic features.
Nitrogen Salt: the importance of synthetic organic chemistry. 25)
General introduction and classification of polymers, general methods of polymerization-
Addition aggregation, co-aggregation;
Natural rubber, synthetic rubber and vulcanization rubber;
Some important polymers focusing on monomer and use-
Polyethylene, nylon, polyester and plywood. 26)
Overview and importance of biological molecules. CARBOHYDRATES -
Classification: aldoses and ketone;
Glucose and fructose)
And the composition of the sugar (
Sucrose, lactose and malt). PROTEINS -
Basic idea of R
Amino acids, peptide bonds, peptides;
Protein: Structure of level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and level 4 (
Only qualitative ideas)
Degeneration of proteins and enzymes. VITAMINS -
Classification and functionality. NUCLEIC ACIDS -
Chemical structure of DNA and RNA.
Biological function of nucleic acid. 27)
Chemistry in daily life of medicine
Antipain agents, sedatives, preservatives, disinfectants, antimicrobial agents, anti-fertility drugs, antibiotics, antacids, anti-group vitamins-
Their meaning and common examples.
Chemicals in Food
Artificial sweeteners preservatives
Soap and Detergent, cleaning action. 28)
Principles related to the actual chemical detection of additional elements (N,S, halogens)
Detection of the following functional bases: oh (
Alcohol and phenol), carbonyl (
Aldehyde and ketone)
In organic compounds, there are carboxyl and amino groups.
O participate in the chemistry of the preparation of the following compounds: Inorganic compounds: Morel salt, potassium alum.
Organic compounds: benzene B-ketone, C-2-ketone, benzene B-yellow and iodine.
Chemistry involved in the titration exercise-
Use of acetate and indicators
Acid vs KMnO4, moles salt vs KMnO4.
O chemical principles involved in qualitative salt analysis: positive ions-
Pb 2, cu 2, AI3, fe 3, zn 2, ni 2, Ba2, mg 2, nh 4. Anions-CO3 2-, S2-, SO4 2-, NO2-, NO3-, CI -, Br, I. (
Salt is not included).
O chemical principles involved in the following experiments: 1)
Enthalpy of solution of CUSO 2)
Strong acid, strong alkali and enthalpy. 3)
Preparation of parent liquid and Sol of sparse liquid. 4)
Kinetic study on the reaction of iodine ions with hydrogen peroxide at room temperature.
Topic/Chapter wise weight topic No of problem of JEE Main chemistry syllabus marks transition element and Coordination Chemistry 3 12 periodic table and representative element key 2 8 chemical and ion balance 2 8 Solid State and surface chemistry 2 8 nuclear chemistry and Environment 2 8 moles Concept 1 4 oxidation-reduction reaction 1 4 electrolysis 1 4 Chemical Dynamics 1 4 solution and co-lattice properties 1 4 General Organic Chemistry 1 4 stereo Chemistry 1 4 hydrocarbons 1 4 halogen and their derivatives amino acids and Polymers 1 4 aromatic compounds 1 4 30 120 (
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