FSc Part 2 - Chemistry
Chemistry is a compulsory subject for those who opted for FSc in intermediate. Students study in detail about inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and applications of chemistry in 12th class. Usually, they find the subject difficult and do not understand various reactions and equations. To develop their interest and understanding, Mr Sibghat Ullah Hashmi explained all chapters in an efficient way. He discussed every reaction, its product and equation in depth. Watch these video lectures to attain high marks in your final exams. Don’t forget to take chapter-wise test to analyze your grip on the subject
1: Periodic Classification of Elements and Periodicity
Introduction - The Modern Periodic Table - Periodic Trends in Physical Properties - Periodic Rela...
2: s-Block Elements
Introduction - General Behaviour of Alkali Metals - Commercial Preparation of Sodium by Down's Cel...
3: Group IIIA and Group IVA Elements
Group IIIA Elements - Compounds of Boron - Reactions of Aluminium - Group IVA Elements - Compoun...
4: Group VA and VIA Elements
Group VA Elements Introduction - Nitrogen and its Compounds - Phosphorus and its Compounds - Grou...
5: The Halogens and The Noble Gases
Introduction - Occurrence - Peculiar Behaviour of Fluorine - Oxidizing properties - Compounds of...
6: Transition Elements
Introduction - Properties of Transition Elements - Complex Compounds - Iron - Corrosion - Chrom...
7: Fundamental Principles of Organic Chemistry
Introduction - Some Features of Organic compounds - Importance of Organic Chemistry - Sources of ...
8: Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Introduction - Nomenclature of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons - Alkanes or Paraffins - Alkenes - Alkynes
9: Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Introduction to Aromatic Hydrocarbons - Nomenclature of Monocyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons - Benzen...
10: Alkhl Halides
Introduction - Nomenclature Of Alkyl Halides - Methods of Preparation of Alkyl Halides - Reactivi...
11: Alcohols,Phenols and Ethers
Introduction - Nomenclature of Alcohols - Distinction Between Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Alc...
12: Aldehydes and Ketones
Introduction - Nomenclature of Aldehydes - Preparation of Aldehydes and Ketones - Reactivity of C...
13: Carboxylic Acids
ntroduction - Nomenclature of Carboxylic Acids - General Methods of Preparation - Physical Charac...
Introduction - Structure of Polymers - Types of Polymers - Polymerization Process - Brief Descri...
15: Common Chemical Industries in Pakistan
Introduction - Fertilizers - Elements Essential for Plant Growth - Classification of Fertilizers...
16: Environmental Chemistry
Introduction - Types of Polution - Factors Affecting the Quality of Water - Solid Waste Managemen...
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There are 16 chapters in Chemistry 12. Students have to read, understand and practice each chapter to perform well in their board examination. They don’t only need to learn exercise questions by heart; but also need to have a strong grip on each topic. To help students in learning, instutor.com uploaded video lectures of each topic of the textbook. After watching these lectures, delivered by a professional teacher, you will not feel any need to get coaching from someone else. You will also find answers to exercise questions in these lectures.
Chemistry paper of HSSC-II carries 85 marks and 9 questions as whole. Students have to attempt it within 3 hours. It contains three types of questions; MCQs, short questions and intensive questions.
Question No.1 comprises on 17 MCQs, each of one mark. Students have to attempt it on provided answer sheet within 20 minutes. As the time limit ends, invigilator collects answer sheets from candidates. Then he/she distributes subjective paper and its answer sheets among all. There are two sections in this part, the first relates to brief answers, while the second demands long answers of given questions.
Section-I contains three questions, i.e., Q2, Q3 and Q4. Among them, the second and third question consists of 12 parts out of which aspirants need to answer any eight. Whereas in fourth question answer to six is mandatory. This question contains nine parts. Each part carries two marks in this section.
Candidates need to attempt three out of five questions from Section-II. All the questions further contains two parts. In this section, each part is of four marks. While, attempting this part students should remain very careful. Before attempting any question, they must check that if they know the answer of both parts of a question or not. If don’t, they should skip it to attempt one which they know well.