Important Chapters of Chemistry for NEET 2018 with Syllabus
Important Chapters for Chemistry in NEET 2018
NEET, one of the toughest examination for all medical aspirants. Students tends to get confused when they have no idea about the NEET syllabus and the chapter-wise weightage. You are at the correct place, as Chemistry holds the 45 questions, students can’t finish all the chapters with deep studying as chemistry holds a vast course containing numerical, reactions and theory part.
To know more about Chemistry, you need to know about the syllabus with their chapter-wise weightage which is given below:
Chapter-wise weightage of Chemistry:
|Chapters||No. of Questions||Total Marks||Weightage Percentage (%)|
|1) Chemical Bonding||5||20||11.11|
|3) Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties||1||4||2.22|
|1) Coordination Compounds||4||16||8.89|
|2) d-block & f-block Elements||2||8||4.44|
|4) Qualitative Analysis||1||4||2.22|
|1) General Organic Chemistry-II||3||12||6.67|
|1) Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether||2||8||4.44|
|2) Aromatic Compounds||1||4||2.22|
|4) Carbonyl Compounds||4||16||8.89|
|5) Chemistry in Every Life||1||4||2.22|
|6) Environmental Chemistry||1||4||2.22|
|7) IUPAC & Isomerism||2||8||4.44|
|8) Practical Organic Chemistry||1||4||2.22|
|1) Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry Chemical Equilibrium||1||4||2.22|
|2) Chemical Equilibrium||2||8||4.44|
|3) Ionic Equilibrium||1||4||2.22|
|4) Mole Concept||1||4||2.22|
|5) Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry||2||8||4.44|
|1) Chemical Kinetics||2||8||4.44|
|3) Solid State||1||4||2.22|
|4) Solution & Colligative Properties||1||4||2.22|
|5) Surface Chemistry||1||4||2.22|
As Chemistry holds a lots of questions, here are some important chapters which have been repeated multiple times in NEET exams and considered important:
- Chapter: Inorganic Chemistry-I : Chemical Bonding and molecular structure
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as Chemical Bond, Kossel-Lewis Approach to Chemical bonding, Lewis symbols, Ionic Bonds, Ionic compounds, Born Haber Cycle, Covalent bond, Polar Covalent bond, Octet rule, Bond characteristics: bond length, bond angle, bond order, bond enthalpy, dipole moment, Fajan’s rule, Resonance, VSEPR theory, Valence bond theory of covalent bond: Sigma bond and Pi bond, Hybridization with its types, Molecular Orbital theory, Hydrogen bonding and their chemical reactions.
- Chapter: Organic Chemistry-I: General Organic Chemistry
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as Organic compounds with classification, Classification of Carbon atoms:
- On basis of Number of C attached: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary
- On basis of Function group: alpha carbon and beta carbon
Classification of Hydrogen atoms: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, alpha and beta hydrogen
Functional group, Homologus series, Nomenclature of Organic compounds, IUPAC system, Fission of covalent bond: Homolytic and Heterolytic, Attacking reagents, Reactive intermediates, Inductive effects, Hyperconjugation, Resonance effect: Positive and Negative effect, Isomerism: Structural isomerism, Stereoisomerism, Geometrical isomerism, Types of Reactions: Addition reactions, Substitution reactions and Elimination reactions
- Chapter: Inorganic Chemistry-I: P-block elements
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as Atomic and physical properties of p-block elements
- Chapter: Organic Chemistry: Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes ( Hydrocarbons)
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as hydrocarbons, Hydrocarbon chain, Aliphatic compounds (Alkane, Alkene and Alkyne) with their preparation and different reactions on aliphatic compounds
- Chapter: Physical Chemistry: Atomic structure
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as atom, electron, proton, neutron, Thomson’s atomic model, Rutherford’s nuclear model of atom, electromagnetic wave theory, electromagnetic spectrum, Bohr’s model or theory, De-Broglie principle, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, quantum numbers, pauli exclusion principle, aufbau principle, Hund’s rule of maximum multiplicity.
- Chapter: Organic Chemistry-II: Carbonyl Compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones)
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as carbonyl compounds: Aldehydes and Ketones with different reactions such as reaction with Grignard’s reagent, complex metal hydrides, water and others.
- Chapter: Inorganic Chemistry-I: Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as Mendeleev periodic table and its defects, modern periodic table, Ionization energy, Electron affinity, Electronegativity and factors affecting the three IE, EA and EN and Diagonal relationship
- Physical Chemistry-II: Solutions and Colligative Properties
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as colligative properties, Raoult’s Law and Vapor Pressure Lowering, Boiling Point Elevation, Freezing Point Depression, Osmotic Pressure with numericals.
- Chapter: Physical Chemistry-I: Ionic Equilibrium
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as electrolytes, degree if ionization and dissociation,
Ostwald’s dilution law, Arrhenius concept of acids and bases, bronsted concept of acids and bases, lewis concept of acid and bases, pH scale, buffer solution: acidic and basic buffer, salt hydrolysis, tritation curve and acid base indicators with numericals.
- Chapter: Physical Chemistry-I: Chemical Thermodynamics
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, Thermodynamics process, internal energy, expression for pressure-volume work, heat capacity of system, Enthalpy, Entropy, Hess’s Law of Constant Heat Summation, Bond Enthalpy, Joule-Thompson effect, Gibb’s free energy equilibrium, with numericals.
- Chapter: Inorganic Chemistry-II: d-block and f-block elements
From this chapter, multiple questions have been asked from its concepts such as atomic and physical properties of d-block and f-block elements.
Best of Luck for Exams!!