11th class Chemistry Sindh Board book video tutorials

11th class Chemistry Sindh Board

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Fundamental Concepts of Chemistry (59 videos)

1.1: Introduction to 11th class Chemistry Sindh Board

  1. Chemistry
1.2: Significant Figures
  1. Introduction to Significant Figures
  2. Rules to Find the Significant Digits in a Measurement
  3. Zero as Significant Figure
  4. Rounding Off the Numbers
  5. Rounding Off the Numbers (continued)
  6. Addition and Subtraction of Significant Figures
  7. Introduction to Scientific Notation
1.3: Use of Exponents
  1. Logarithm Definition
  2. Characteristic & Mantissa of Logarithm
  3. How to Find Characteristic of Given Number
  4. Finding Mantissa of Number by Log Table
  5. Introduction to Anti-Logarithms
  6. Common Logarithm
  7. Product Law of Logarithm
  8. Power Law of Logarithm
  9. Quotient Law of Logarithm
  10. Applications of Logarithm Laws in Calculations
1.4: Error and Deviation
  1. Errors and Uncertainty in Measurement
  2. Relative Atomic Mass in Grams
  3. Relative Molecular Mass (Mr)
  4. Formula mass
  5. Atomic Number and Mass Number
  6. Relative atomic mass and Atomic mass unit
  7. Average Atomic Masses
1.5: Empirical Formula
  1. Empirical formula
  2. The Empirical Formula from the Percentage Composition
1.6: Molecular Formula
  1. Molecular formula
  2. More on Molecular Formula
  3. Empirical formula-covalent and ionic compound
  4. The Empirical Formula from the Percentage Composition
  5. Calculating Percentage Composition
  6. Empirical Formula from Combustion Analysis
  7. Empirical Formula from Combustion Analysis (continued)
  8. Calculating Empirical & Molecular Formula
  9. Calculating Empirical Formula from Combustion Analysis
  10. Determining Empirical Formula of a Compound
1.7: Mole and Avagado’s Number
  1. Avagadro’s Number
  2. More on Avogadro’s Number
  3. Mole
  4. More on Concept of Mole
  5. Mole-Mass Calculations
1.8: Calculations Based on Chemical Equations
  1. Stoichiometry
  2. Mole-Mass Calculations
  3. Calculating Moles from Mass
  4. Calculating Mass from Moles
  5. Calculating Mass in Grams and Moles
  6. Mole-Particle Calculations
  7. More on Mole-Particle Calculations
  8. Calculating Mass in Grams of a Single Atom
  9. Calculating Number of Ions in the Compounds
  10. Calculating Number of Particles from Mass
  11. Calculating Mass and Moles of an Element from a Compound
1.9: Limiting Reactant
  1. Limiting Reactants
  2. Importance of Limiting Reactants
  3. More on Importance of Limiting Reactants
  4. Calculating Limiting and Excess Reactants
Chapter 2: The Three States of Matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas) (48 videos)
2.1: Kinetic Theory
  1. Postulates of Kinetic Molecular theory of Liquids
2.2: Gaseous State
  1. Diffusion and Effusion in Gases
  2. Effect of Molecular Mass on the Rate of Diffusion
  3. Units of Pressure
  4. Determining Pressure of a Gas
2.3: Gas Laws
  1. Boyle’s Law of Gases
  2. Experimental Verification of Boyle’s Law
  3. Graphical Explanation of Boyle’s Law
  4. Charles’s Law
  5. Experimental Verification of Charles’s Law
  6. Derivation of Absolute Zero
  7. Graphical Explanation of Charles’ Law
  8. Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
  9. Calculation of Partial Pressure of a Gas
  10. Avogadro’s Law
  11. Demonstration of Graham’s Law
2.4: Ideal Gases
  1. General Gas Equation
  2. Ideal Gas Constant R
  3. Density of an Ideal Gas
2.5: Change of State (Liquification)
  1. General Principle of Liquefaction
2.6: Liquid State
  1. Shape and Volume of Liquids
  2. Compressibility and Ease of Flow of Liquids
  3. Evaporation in Liquids and its Uses
  4. Evaporation
2.7: Viscosity
  1. Viscosity
  2. Measurement of Viscosity
2.8: Surface Tension
  1. Surface tension
  2. Measurement of Surface Tension
2.9: Vapour Pressure
  1. Vapour Pressure
2.10: Change of State- Boiling
  1. Boiling Points of Liquids
2.11: Solid State
  1. Shape and Volume of Solids
  2. Compressibility and Ease of Flow of Solids
  3. Melting
  4. Rigidity and Melting point of Solids
  5. Effect of Impurities on Melting Point of Solids
  6. Sublimation of solids
  7. Density in Solids
  8. Diffusion in Solids
  9. Amorphous Solids
  10. Crystalline Solids
2.12: Types of Crystals
  1. Crystal Lattice
  2. Unit Cell
  3. Crystals and Their Classification
  4. More on Crystals and Their Classification
2.13: Isomorphism
  1. Isomorphism
2.14: Polymorphism
  1. Polymorphism
2.15: Change of State- Melting
  1. Effect of Impurities on Melting Point of Solids
  2. The Latent Heat of Fusion
Chapter 3: The Atomic Structure (65 videos)
3.1: Faraday’s Experiment
  1. Introduction to Electrochemistry
  2. Concepts of Electrolytes
3.2: Crookes’s Tube or Discharge Tube Experiments
  1. Discovery of Electron(Cathode rays)
  2. Properties of Cathode rays
  3. More on Properties of Cathode rays
3.3: Positive Rays -Protons
  1. Discovery of Proton
  2. Properties of positive rays
3.4: Radioactivity
  1. Concept of Radioactivity
  2. Nature of Radioactivity
3.5: Chadwick Experiment
  1. Discovery of Neutron
  2. Properties of Neutron
  3. More on Properties of Neutron
3.6: Spectroscopic Experiments
  1. (No vidoes available yet. Still under development.)
3.7: Planck’s Quantum Theory
  1. Planck’s Quantum Theory
  2. More on Planck’s Quantum Theory
3.8: Spectra
  1. Spectrum
  2. Continuous Spectrum
  3. Line Spectrum
3.9: Rutherford’s Model of an Atom
  1. Rutherford’s Atomic Model
  2. Advantages and Defects in Rutherford’s Atomic Model
3.10: X-Rays and Atomic number
  1. X-Rays
  2. Types of X-rays
  3. Study of X-Rays by Moseley
  4. Importance of Moseley’s Law
3.11: Bohr’sTheory
  1. Bohr’s Atomic Theory
3.12: Bohr’sTheory and Hydrogen Atom
  1. Derivation of Radius of Revolving Electron in nth Orbit
  2. More on Derivation of Radius of Revolving Electron in nth Orbit
  3. Determining Radius of an Orbit Using Bohr’s Equation
3.13: Determinition of Energy
  1. Energy of Revolving Electron
  2. More on Energy of Revolving Electron
  3. Energy of Electron in nth Orbit
  4. Determination of nth Orbit Energy Using Bohr’s Equation
3.14: Hydrogen Spectrum
  1. Hydrogen Spectrum
  2. More on Hydrogen Spectrum
  3. Calculations of Frequency of Photons by Bohr’s Theory
  4. Calculations of Wave Numbers of Photons by Bohr’s Theory
  5. Lyman Series
  6. Balmer Series
  7. Paschen Series
  8. Brackett series
  9. Pfund series
3.15: Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
  1. Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
3.16: Energy Levels and Energy Sub-Levels
  1. Concept of Orbital
3.17: Orbitals and Quantum Numbers
  1. Quantum Numbers
  2. Principal Quantum Numbers (n)
  3. Azimuthal Quantum Numbers (l)
  4. Magnetic Quantum Numbers (m)
  5. Spin Quantum Numbers (s)
  6. Quantum Numbers of Electrons
  7. Calculation of Combination of Quantum Numbers
3.18: Pauli’s Exclusion Principle
  1. (n+l) Rule
  2. Aufbau Principle
  3. Pauli’s Exclusion Principle and Hund’s Rule
3.19: Shapes of Orbitals
  1. Shape of s-Orbitals
  2. Shapes of p-Orbitals
  3. Shapes of d-Orbitals
3.20: Electronic Configuration
  1. Electronic configuration
  2. More on Electronic configuration
3.21: Atomic Radius
  1. Atomic Size and Atomic Radius
  2. Trend of Atomic Size and Atomic Radius in Periodic Table
3.22: Ionization Potential
  1. Ionization Energy
  2. Trend of Ionization Energy in Periodic Table
3.23: Electron Affinity
  1. Electron Affinity
  2. Trend of Electron Affinity in Periodic Table
3.24: Electronegativity
  1. Electronegativity
  2. Trend of Electronegativity in Periodic Table

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