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Higher Secondary Chemistry, Part-1

Safe Use of Laboratory

  • Laboratory Principles: Dress, Safety Glass, Mask, and Hand Gloves
  • Safe Way of Using Glassware
  • Techniques of cleaning of Laboratory, Equipment, and Glassware
  • Paul-Bunge Balance, Digital Balance (2-digit and 4-digit)
  • Measuring Cylinder

Qualitative Chemistry

  • Rutherford's Atomic Model
  • Bohr's Atomic Model
  • Derivation of Equation of Radius of n-th Circular Path, Speed of Moving Electron of Atom Similar to Hydrogen by Bohr's Theory
  • Wave Mechanics and Schrodinger Equation about Structure of Atom
  • Quantum Numbers, Different Subshells and Their Electron Containing Capacity
  • Relationship between Quantum Numbers and Spectra
  • Order of Energy of Quantum Subshells
  • Shapes of Orbital
  • Aufbau Principle
  • Hund's Principle
  • Pauli's Exclusion Principle
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Source of Line Spectrum and Identification of Elements
  • Bohr's Atomic Model and Hydrogen Atomic Spectrum
  • Explanation of Hydrogen Spectra by Bohr's Theory
  • Use of UV-radiation to Detect Fake Passport/Currency
  • Use of IR-radiation in Medical Treatment
  • Basic Principle of MRI for the diagnosis of Diseases
  • Solubility and Solubility Principle
  • Solubility Product

Periodic Properties and Chemical Bonding of Elements
Chemical Changes
Vocational Chemistry

Higher Secondary Chemistry, Part-2

Environmental Chemistry

  • Components of Atmosphere
  • Effects of Changes of Temperature, Pressure and Humidity of Air in causing Cyclones and Tidal Bores
  • Laws of Boyle, Charles, Avogadro, Gay-Lussac; Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure and Graham's Law of Diffusion
  • Ideal Gas
  • Real Gas
  • Diffusion
  • Effusion
  • Rate of Diffusion
  • Law of diffusion
  • Postulate of Kinetic theory of Gases
  • Determination of Kinetic Energy from Equation of Kinetic Theory
  • Application of Gas Laws in Cylinder Gases
  • The Chemical Reaction and Nitrogen Fixation in Atmosphere during Thunderstorm
  • Industrious Gaseous Pollutants and Air Pollution
  • Sources of Green House Gases Effects
  • Uses of CFCs and Depletion of Ozone Layer
  • Causes of Acid Rain & its Prevention
  • Theory of Arrhenius
  • Bronsted - Lowry Theory 
  • Conjugate Acid - Base
  • Lewis Theory Related to Acids and Bases
  • Sources of Fresh Water
  • Importance of Fresh Water
  • Standard of Measurement of Purity and Hardness of Surface Water (pH, DO, BOD, COD, TDS)
  • Hardness of Water
  • Estimation of Hardness of Water
  • pH of Water
  • Dissolved Oxygen in Water, DO
  • Biological Oxygen Demand, BOD
  • Chemical Oxygen Demand, COD
  • Total Dissolved Solid, TDS
  • Industrial Wastes and Water Pollution
  • Causes of Water Pollution 
  • Prevention of Water Pollution from Source
  • Natural Pollution of Water
  • Arsenic Pollution of Water
  • Effect of Water Pollution
  • Food Chain Contamination by Heavy Metals
  • Classification of solutions: The Process of Dissolving of Pollutants in Water and Air

Organic Chemistry

  • Classification of Organic Compounds
  • Homologous Series
  • Functional Group
  • Students Activities: Identification of a series of organic compounds on the basis of functional group
  • Isomerism of Organic Compound and its classifications
  • Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  • Difference between Aliphatic and Aromatic Compounds
  • Addition Reaction of Aliphatic Compounds
  • Substitution Reaction of Aliphatic Compounds
  • Elimination Reactions of Aliphatic Compounds
  • Multi Substitution Reactions of Benzene
  • Orientation of Substituents in Benzene Ring
  • Alkane, Alkene, Alkyne, Alkyl/Aryl Halide, Alcohol, Ether, Aldehyde, Ketone, Carboxylic Acid, Ester, Amine
  • IR Spectroscopic Absorption/ Emission band for the Identification of Functional Group
  • Preparation of Glycerine and Phenol and Identification Reactions
  • Nitroglycerine, TNT, Dettol, Paracetamol Preparation and Uses
  • Role of Melting point and Boiling point to Detect Organic Compounds and Their Purity
  • Polymer and Plasticity
  • Addition and Condensation Polymer Molecules
  • Role of Organic Compounds in Society and the Environment

Qualitative Chemistry

  • Chemical Calculation and Molar Volume of Gases
  • Volume of Gases from Chemical Equation
  • Determination the Mass and Volume of Gas from Reactant
  • Conversion of Molarity into Percentage and ppm Unit
  • Acid - Base Neutralization Reaction and Promotion Point
  • Oxidation Reaction
  • Reduction Reaction
  • Oxidising agent and Reducing agent
  • Indicator
  • The Application of Beer Lambert Law to Determine the Concentration of the solution
  • Quantitative Analysis of Atomic Absorption, UV-Visible Spectroscopy HPLC and GC


  • Electrical Conductors and its Classification
  • Measurement of Electrolytes Using Faraday's First Law
  • Activity Series of Metals
  • Comparative Activity Tests of Metals
  • Oxidation Half-Reactions and Reduction Half-Reactions
  • Electrode and its Classifications
  • Electrochemical Cell of one and two Component (Electrolyte and Galvanic)
  • Formation of Rechargeable Battery (Lead Storage and Lithium), Procedure and Recharge process
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of using Lead Storage and Lithium Battery
  • Fuel Cell and its Classification
  • Anode, Cathode and Fuel of Fuel Cell
  • Formation of Fuel Cell and Reactions
  • Advantage of Hydrogen Fuel Cell
  • Measurement of pH Using pH Meter

Economical Chemistry

  • The Natural Gas Fields of Bangladesh and Uses of Natural gas
  • Coal Fields in Bangladesh Quality and Uses of Coal
  • Probability of Industrialization in Bangladesh on Basis of Fuel Resources
  • Introduction to Mentionable Chemical Industries
  • Basic Principle of Urea, Glass, Ceramic, Pulp-Paper and Cement Production
  • Principles of Leather Tanning
  • Pollutants of  Cement, Urea, Leather, Textile and Dyeing Industries
  • Principle of Controlling Air Pollution
  • Principle of Action of Effluent Treatment plant
  • Recycling of Iron, Aluminum, Copper, Glass, Paper and Plastic Substances
  • Importance of Recycling of Iron, Aluminium, Copper, Glass, Paper and Plastic in Social and environmental Fields
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Coal-Based Power Plant
  • Concept of Nanoparticle and Nanotechnology
  • Comparison Among Atom, Molecule and Nanoparticle
  • Comparison of Physical Properties between Nanoparticles and Normal State of Matter
  • Probability of Application of Nanoparticles in Industries


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