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The formation of gametophyte from the sporophyte (without meiosis) is called [AMU 2005]
The part which is grafting on stalk of another tree is called [Haryana PMT 2005]
Carrot is micropropagate through [Haryana PMT 2005]
Stem cuttings are commonly used for the propagation of [BHU 2005]
In a type of apomixis known as adventive embryony, embryos develop directly from the [CBSE PMT 2005]
In which one pair both the plants can be vegetatively propagated by leaf pieces [CBSE PMT 2005]
One of the plants using 'Foliar adventitious buds' as method for vegetative propagation is [AIEEE 2004]
Grafting of tissue or organ between individuals of different species is called [Kerala PMT 2004]
Which of the following propagates through leaf-tip [CBSE PMT 2004]
The reason of formation of embryoid from pollen grain in a tissue culture medium is [CBSE PMT 2002]
To get haploid callus, one can culture [CBSE PMT 2001]
The development of gametophyte from the vegetative parts of the sporophyte without the intervention of spores is called [CPMT 1999; BHU 1999]
Development of embryo from the cells of the nucellus is called [BHU 1999]
The plant material which is widely used in the preparation of culture medium is [AIIMS 1998]
Formation of a sporophyte from gametophyte and vice versa is termed as [RPMT 1997]
Vegetative reproduction by layering is found in  [AFMC 1996]
Genetically identical progeny is produced when an individual [AFMC 1994]
The development of a sporophyte without fertilization from the vegetative cells of the gametophyte is called [BHU 1994; AFMC 1994, 2002; AIIMS 2001]
Reproducing new plants by cells instead of seeds is known as [MP PMT 1994]
After culturing the anther of a plant, a few diploid plants were found along with haploid plants. The diploid plants could have arisen from [AIIMS 1993]
Among the following which one is not a method of vegetative propagation [AFMC 1990]
A clone is a group of individuals obtained through [DPMT 1986]
Plants identical to mother plants can be had obtained from [CPMT 1975]
Which type of propagation is better for the plant
Juvenile and adult plants are
Nitsch was able to get strawbarries of curious shapes by
Micropropagation is
Apomixes in plant means development of a plant
Thermometry
Motional EMI Due to Rotational Motion
Triode as an Amplifiers
Constants of Triode Valve
Characteristic Curves of a Diode
Diode Valve
Vacuum Tubes and Thermionic Valves
Thermionic Emission
Electron Emission from Metal
Valve Electronics
Logic Gates Using 'NAND' Gate
Combination of Logic Gates
The 'NOT' Gate
The 'AND' Gate
The 'OR' Gate
Logic Gates and Truth Table
Boolean Algebra
Voltage Signal
Decimal and Binary Number System
Digital Electronics
Transistor as an Oscillator
Different Gains in CE/CB Amplifiers
Transistor as an Amplifier
Field-Effect Transistor
Transistor Configurations
Working of Transistor
Transistor
P-N Junction Diode as a Rectifier
Special Purpose Diodes
Reverse Breakdown
Biasing
P-N Junction Diode
Conductivity of Semiconductor
Density of Charge Carriers
P-Type Semiconductor
N-Type Semiconductor
Extrinsic Semiconductor
Intrinsic Semiconductors
Holes in Semiconductors
Energy Bands
Single, Poly and Liquid Crystals
Bonding Forces in Crystals
Earth's Atmosphere
EM Spectrum
Properties of EM Waves
Source, Production and Nature of EM Waves
Experimental Setup for Producing EM Waves
History of EM Waves
Maxwell's Contribution
Electromagnetic Waves
Methods of Producing Polarised Light
Polarisation of Light
Zone Plate
Diffraction Due to a Circular Aperture
Diffraction Due to a Circular Disc
Fresnel's Half Period Zone (HPZ)
Diffraction Gratings
Diffraction at Single Slit (Fraunhoffer Diffraction)
Types of Diffraction
Hexagonal Close Packed (HCP) Structure
Diffraction of Light
Doppler's Effect of Light
Different Types of Symmetry in Cubic Lattices
Newton's Rings
Terms Related with Crystal Structure
Solids
Fresnel's Biprims
Semiconductor electronics
Lloyd's Mirror
Interference in Thin Films
Transformer
dc Generator                
Missing Wavelength in Front of One Slit in YDSE
ac Generator/Alternator/Dynamo
dc Motor
Eddy Current
LC- Oscillation
Fringe Visibility (V)
Growth and Decay of Current In LR- Circuit
Shifting of Fringe Pattern in YDSE
Combination of Inductance
Mutual Induction
Condition for Observing Interference
Useful Results
Young's Double Slit Experiment (YDSE)
Interference of Light
Coherence
Resultant Amplitude and Intensity
Important Terms
Super Position of Waves
Reflection and Refraction of Wavefront
Wavefront
Huygen's Wave Theory
Newton's Corpuscular Theory
Photometry
Resolving Limit and Resolving Power
Binocular
Reflecting Telescope
Galilean Telescope
Terrestrial Telescope
Astronomical Telescope (Refracting Type)
Microscope
Lens Camera
Defects in Eye
Human Eye
Spectrum
Colours of Objects
Rainbow
Scattering of Light
Dispersion Through a Prism
Prism
Defects in Lens
Silvering of Lens
Combination of Lens
Self Induction
Cutting of Lens
Displacement Method
Lens Immersed in a Liquid
Inductance
Newton's Formula
Periodic EMI
Magnification
Motional Emi in Loop by Generated Area
Lens Maker's Formula and Lens Formula
Dynamic (Motional) EMI Due to Translatory Motion
Induced Electric Field
Rules of Image Formation by Lens
Lenz's Law
Focal Length, Power and Aperture of Lens
Faraday's Laws of Electromagnetic Induction
Lens
Magnetic Flux
Refraction From Spherical Surface
Common Examples of TIR
Total Internal Reflection (TIR)
Refraction Through a Glass Slab
Real and Apparent Depth
Refractive Index
Refraction of Light
Mirror Formula and Magnification
Image Formation by Curved Mirrors
Curved Mirror
Reflection From a Plane Surface (Plane Mirror)
Reflection of Light
Helium-Neon Laser
Principle of Laser
Concepts Related to Production of LASER  
Laser
Advantages of Optical Fibres Over Wires
Real and Virtual Images
Optical Fibre
Optical Communication
Telephone Links
Impedance of Line
Two Wire Transmission Line
Line Communication
Remote Sensing
Satellite Communication
Space Wave Propagation
Space Communication
Modem and Fax
Data Transmission and Retrieval
Demodulation
Pulse Code Modulation
Pulse Modulation
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Amplitude Modulation (AM)
Modulation
Analog and Digital Signals
Types of Communication System
Basic Communication System
Communication
Uses of Radioactive Isotopes
Successive Disintegration and Radioactive Equilibrium
Radioactive Series
Radioactive Disintegration
Nuclear Radiations
Radioactivity
Nuclear Fusion
Nuclear Reactor
Difficulties in Chain Reaction          
Chain Reaction
Nuclear Fission
Nuclear Reactions
Binding Energy Curve
Mass Defect and Binding Energy
Nuclear Stability
Pair Production and Pair-Annihilation
Atomic Mass Unit (amu)
Nuclear Force
Size of Nucleus
Types of Nuclei
Thermal Neutrons
Neutron
Nucleus
Electronic Configurations of Atoms
Quantum Numbers
Hydrogen Spectrum and Spectral Series
Transition of Electron
Energy
Bohr's Orbits (for Hydrogen and \[{{H}_{2}}\]-like Atoms)
Draw Backs of Bohr's Atomic Model
Bohr's Atomic Model
Failure of Rutherford's Model
Rutherford's Atomic Model
a-Scattering Experiment
Thomson's Atomic Model
Uses of X-Rays
Mosley's Law
Characteristic X-Rays
Continuous X-Rays
Classification of X-Rays
Absorption of X-Rays
Properties of X-Rays
Coolidge X-Ray Tube
X-Rays
Compton Effect
Important Formulae for Photoelectric Effect
Effect of Intensity and Frequency of Light
Experimental Setup for Photoelectric Effect
Photo-Electric Effect
Photon
Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Davision and Germer Experiment
Characteristics of Matter Waves
Matter Waves (de-Broglie Waves)
Bainbridge Mass Spectrograph
Thomson's Mass Spectrograph
Positive Rays
Millikans Oil Drop Experiment
J.J. Thomson's Experiment
Cathode Rays
Electric Discharge Through Gases
Choke Coil
Wattless Current
Parallel RLC Circuits
Series RLC-Circuit
Inductive, Capacitive Circuit (LC-Circuit)
Resistive, Capacitive Circuit (RC-Circuit)
Resistive, Inductive Circuit (RL-Circuit)
Capacitive Circuit (C-Circuit)
Inductive Circuit (L-Circuit)
Resistive Circuit (R-Circuit)
Power Factor
Power in ac Circuits
Impedance, Reactance, Admittance and Susceptance
Measurement of Alternating Quantities
Phase
Important Values of Alternating Quantities
Alternating Quantities (i or V)
Hysteresis Curve
Magnetic Materials
Vibration Magnetometer
Deflection Magnetometer
Tangent Galvanometer
Tangent Law
Magnetic Maps and Neutral Points
Magnetic Maps and Neutral Points
Elements of Earth's Magnetic Field
Earth's Magnetic Field (Terrestrial Magnetism)
Force and Field
Various Terms Related to Magnetism
Bar Magnet
Magnetism
Force On a Current Carrying Conductor In Magnetic Field
Hall Effect
Cyclotron
Lorentz Force
Trajectory of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field
Moving Coil Galvanometer
Behaviour of Current Loop in a Magnetic Field
Current Loop as a Magnetic Dipole
Standard Cases For Force on Current Carrying Conductors
Force Between Two Moving Charges
Force Between Two Parallel Current Carrying Conductors
Force On a Charged Particle in Magnetic Field
Toroid
Solenoid
Magnetic Field Due to an Infinite Sheet Carrying Current
Magnetic Field Due to a Cylindrical Wire
Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Wire
Magnetic Field at Centre O in Different Conditions of Circular Current
Magnetic Field Due to Circular Current
Ampere's Law
Meaning of Cross and dot
Direction of Magnetic Field
Biot-Savart's Law
Application of Thermo Electric Effect
Thomson's Effect
Peltier Effect
Seeback Effect
Electro Chemical Cell
Faraday's Law of Electrolysis
Chemical Effect of Current
Combination of Bulbs
Electricity Consumption
Electric Power
Joules Heating
Application of Potentiometer
Potentiometer
Different Measuring Instruments
Kirchoff's Laws
Grouping of Cells
Cell in Various Positions
Cell
Grouping of Resistance
Colour Coding of Resistance
Electrical Conducting Materials For Specific Use
Stretching of Wire
Resistivity (p), Conductivity and Conductance (C)
Resistance
Ohm's Law
Drift Velocity
Current Density (J )
Electric Current
Kirchhoff?s Law for Capacitor Circuits
Charging and Discharging of Capacitor in Series RC Circuit
Grouping of Capacitor
Capacity of Various Capacitor
Dielectric
Capacitor or Condenser
Redistribution of Charges and Loss of Energy
Combination of Charged Drops
Capacitance
Gauss's Law and it's Application
Electric Flux
Electric Dipole
Equilibrium of Charged Soap Bubble
Force on a Charged Conductor
Neutral Point and Zero Potential
Electrostatic Potential Energy
Time Period of Oscillation of a Charged Body
Equilibrium of Charges
Electric Lines of Force
Motion of Charge Particle in Electric Field
Equipotential Surface
Relation Between Electric Field and Potential
Potential Due to Concentric Spheres 
Electric Field and Potential Due to Various Charge Distribution
Electric Potential
Electric Field
Coulomb's Law
Electroscope
Methods of Charging
Electric Charge
Accoustics of Buildings
Musical Sound
Conditions for No Doppler's Effect
Some Typical Cases of Doppler's Effect
Common Cases in Doppler's Effect
Doppler's Effect
Determination of Unknown Frequency
Beats
Kundt's Tube
Resonance Tube
End Correction
Tuning Fork
Standing Wave in a Organ Pipe
Vibration of Composite Strings
Sonometer
Melde's Experiment
Standing Waves on a String
Terms Related to the Application of Stationary Wave
Characteristics of Standing Waves
Standing Waves or Stationary Waves
Quink's Tube
Principle of Superposition
Interference of Sound Waves
Echo
Reflection and Refraction of Waves
Pressure Waves
Equation of a Plane Progressive Waves
Factors Affecting Velocity of Sound in Gaseous Medium
Velocity of Longitudinal Wave (Sound Wave)
Velocity of Transverse Wave
Important Terms Regarding Wave Motion
Types of Waves
Characteristics of Wave Motion
Waves
Super Position of S.H.M's (Lissajous Figures)
Free, Damped, Forced and Maintained Oscillations
Various Formulae of S.H.M.
Oscillation of Spring Combination
Spring Pendulum
Spring System
Some Other Types of Pendulum
Oscillation of Pendulum in Different Situations
Factor Affecting Time Period of Simple Pendulum
Simple Pendulum
How to Find Frequency and Time Period of S.H.M.
Differential Equation of S.H.M.
Average Value of P.E. and K.E.
Energy in S.H.M.
Comparative Study of Displacement Velocity and Acceleration
Acceleration in S.H.M.
Velocity in S.H.M.
Displacement in S.H.M.
Some Important Definitions
Simple Harmonic Motion
Periodic and Oscillatory (Vibratory) Motion
Temperature of the Sun and Solar Constant
Law of Distribution of Energy (Plank's Hypothesis)
Wien's Displacement Law
Distribution of Energy in the Spectrum of Black Body
Determination of Specific Heat of Liquid
Cooling Curves
Rate of Loss of Heat <img
Stefan's Law
Applications of Kirchoff's Law
Kirchoff's Law
Prevost Theory of Heat Exchange
Perfectly Black Body
Emissive Power, Absorptive Power and Emissivity
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
Colour of Heated Object
Radiation
Convection
Growth of Ice on Lake
Searle's Experiment
Ingen-Hauz Experiment
Combination of Metallic Rods
Applications of Conductivity in Daily Life
Conduction in Metallic Rod
Conduction
Newton's Law of Cooling
Transmission of Heat
Entropy
Carnot Engine
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Refrigerator or Heat Pump
Heat Engine
Mixed Graphical Representation
Adiabatic Process
Cyclic and Non-cyclic Process
Isothermal Process
Isochoric or Isometric Process
Isobaric Process
First Law of Thermodynamics (FLOT)
Reversible and Irreversible Process
Quasi Static Process
Heat, Internal Energy and Work in Thermodynamics
Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics
Some Definitions
Gaseous Mixture
Specific Heat in Terms of Degree of Freedom
Mayer's Formula          
Law of Equipartition of Energy
Kinetic Energy of Ideal Gas
Degree of Freedom
Mean Free Path
Maxwellís Law (or the Distribution of Molecular Speeds
Various Speeds of Gas Molecules
Pressure of an Ideal Gas
Real Gases
Equation of State or Ideal Gas Equation
Heating Curve
Principle of Calorimetry
Joule's Law (Heat and Mechanical Work)
Some Important Terms
Gas Laws
Assumption of Ideal Gases (or Kinetic Theory of Gases)
Gas
Thermal Capacity and Water Equivalent
Specific Heat of Gases
Specific Heat of Liquid (Water)
Specific Heat of Solids
Specific Heat
Heat
Expansion of Gases
Variation of Density with Temperature
Thermal Expansion in Liquids
Application of Thermal Expansion in Solids
Scales of Temperature
Thermometers
Phase Change and Latent Heat
Specific Heat (\[{{C}_{P}}\] and \[{{C}_{V}}\]) of a Gas
Thermometry
Thermal Expansion
Poiseuille's Formula
Stoke's Law and Terminal Velocity
Viscosity and Newton's law of Viscous Force
Velocity of Efflux
Bernoulli's Theorem
Energy of a Flowing Fluid
Applications of Bernoulli's Theorem
 Equation of Continuity
Critical Velocity and Reynold's Number
Streamline, Laminar and Turbulent Flow
Floatation
Archimedes Principle
Pascal's Law
Introduction
Pressure
Density
Shape of Drops
Ascent Formula
Capillarity
Angle of Contact
Shape of Liquid Meniscus
Excess Pressure
Formation of Bigger Drop
Splitting of Bigger Drop
Work Done in Blowing a Liquid Drop or Soap Bubble
Surface Energy
Molecular Theory of Surface Tension
Applications of Surface Tension
Factors Affecting Surface Tension
Examples of Surface Tension
Force Due to Surface Tension
Surface Tension
Intermolecular Force
Practical Applications of Elasticity
Important Facts About Elasticity
Factors Affecting Elasticity
Elastic Hysteresis
Useful Facts and Formulae
Interatomic Force Constant
Torsion of Cylinder
Relation between \[\mathbf{Y,}\,\mathbf{k,}\,\mathbf{\eta ,}\,\] and \[\mathbf{\sigma }\]
Relation Between Volumetric Strain, Lateral Strain and Poisson's Ratio
Poisson's Ratio
Fractional Change in the Radius of Sphere
Density of Compressed Liquid
Modulus of Rigidity
Bulk Modulus
Breaking of Wire
Work Done in Stretching a Wire
Young's Modulus (Y)
Hooke's law and Modulus of Elasticity
Stress-strain Curve
Strain
Stress
Types of Solids
Elastic Property of Matter
States of Matter
Comparison Between Interatomic and Intermolecular Forces
Intermolecular Forces
Interatomic Forces
Change in the Orbit of Satellite
Energy of Satellite
Angular Momentum of Satellite
Geostationary Satellite
Height of Satellite
Time Period of Satellite
Orbital Velocity of Satellite
Some Properties of the Planet
Weightlessness in a Satellite
Weightlessness
Velocity of a Planet in Terms of Eccentricity
Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
Work Done Against Gravity
Escape Velocity
Gravitational Potential Energy
Gravitational Potential for Different Bodies
Gravitational Potential
Inertial and Gravitational Masses
Mass and Density of Earth
Variation in g With Depth
Variation in g With Height
Variation in g Due to Rotation of Earth
Variation in g Due to Shape of Earth
Acceleration Due to Gravity
Properties of Gravitational Force
Newton's law of Gravitation
Introduction
Collision Between Bullet and Vertically Suspended Block
Perfectly Inelastic Collision
Rebounding of Ball After Collision With Ground
Head on Inelastic Collision
Perfectly Elastic Oblique Collision
Perfectly elastic head on collision
Collision
Important Points
Power
Work Done in Pulling the Chain Against Gravity
Gravitational Potential Energy
Gravitational Field Intensity for Different Bodies
Gravitational Field
Position and Velocity of an Automobile w.r.t Time
Electrical Potential Energy
Velocity of Chain While Leaving the Table
Law of Conservation of Energy
Stopping of Vehicle by Retarding Force
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Energy
Work Depends on Frame of Reference
Work Done in Conservative and Non-conservative Field
Elastic Potential Energy
Work Done Calculation by Force Displacement Graph
Work Done by a Variable Force
Nature of Work Done
Work Done by a Constant Force
Introduction
Sticking of a Person with the Wall of Rotor
Sticking of a Block With Accelerated Cart
Velocity at the Bottom of Rough Wedge
Stopping of Two Blocks Due to Friction
Dimension and Units of Work
Motion of an Insect in the Rough Bowl
Motion of Two Bodies one Resting on the Other
Work done against friction
Acceleration of a Block Against Friction
Calculation of Required Force in Different Situation
Angle of Repose
Resultant Force Exerted by Surface on Block
Angle of Friction
Methods of Changing Friction
Advantages and Disadvantages of Friction
Friction is a Cause of Motion
Graph Between Applied Force and Force of Friction
Types of Friction
Introduction
Modification of Newton's Laws of motion
Spring Balance and Physical Balance
Motion of Connected Block Over A Pulley
Motion of Blocks Connected by Mass Less String
Stopping of Block Due to Friction
Coefficient of Friction Between a Body and Wedge
Minimum Mass Hung from the String to Just Start the Motion
Maximum Length of Hung Chain
Motion of Blocks In Contact
Acceleration of Block on Smooth Inclined Plane
Acceleration of Block on Horizontal Smooth Surface
Apparent Weight of a Body in a Lift
Free Body Diagram
Law of Conservation of Linear Momentum
Frame of Reference
Impulse
Newton's Third Law
 Equilibrium of Concurrent Force
Force
Newton's Second Law
Newton's First Law
Linear Momentum
Inertia
Point Mass
Conical Pendulum
Motion in vertical circle
Equations of Circular Motion
Non-Uniform Circular Motion
Reaction of Road On Car
Motion of Charged Particle In Magnetic Field
Overturning of Vehicle
Banking of A Road
Bending of A Cyclist
Skidding of Object on A Rotating Platform
Skidding of Vehicle on A Level Road
Work Done by Centripetal Force
Centrifugal Force
Centripetal force
Centripetal Acceleration
Variables of Circular Motion
Circular Motion
Projectile Motion on An Inclined Plane
Horizontal Projectile
Oblique Projectile
Types of Projectile Motion
Principle of Physical Independence of Motions
Assumptions of Projectile Motion
Projectile
Introduction of Projectile Motion
Motion with Variable Acceleration
Motion of Body Under Gravity (Free Fall)
Equation of Kinematics
Velocity-time Graph
Position time Graph
Acceleration
Speed and Velocity
Distance and Displacement
Particle or Point Mass or Point object
Rest and Motion
Position
Propagation of Errors
Order of Magnitude
Errors of Measurement
Significant Figures in Calculation
Rounding Off
Significant Figures
Limitations of Dimensional Analysis
Application of Dimensional Analysis
Important Dimensions of Complete Physics
Quantities Having same Dimensions
Dimensions
S.I. Prefixes
Practical Units
Standards of Length, Mass and Time
Fundamental and Derived Units
Fundamental and Derived Quantities
Emulsion
Gels
Protection Of Colloids And Gold Number
Coagulation Or Flocculation Or Precipitation
Stability Of Sols
Origin Of The Charge On Colloidal Particles
Purification Of Colloidal Solution
Properties Of Colloidal Solutions
General Methods Of Preparation Of Colloids
Colloidal State
Zeolite (Shape selective catalysis)
Activity And Selectivity  
Enzyme Catalysis
Characteristics Of Catalysis
Phases Of Colloids And Their Classification    
Theories Of Catalysis
Catalysis
Application Of Adsorption
Adsorption From Solutions
Adsorption Isotherms
Classification Of Adsorption
Adsorption
Balancing Of Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
Disproportionation
Oxidation Number Or Oxidation State
Autoxidation
Oxidation-Reduction And Redox Reactions
Molecular And Ionic Equations
Oxidising And Reducing Agents
Electrochemical Series
Nernst's Equation
Relationship Between Potential, Gibbs Energy And Equilibrium Constant 
Corrosion
Cell Potential Or Emf Of The Cell
Electrode Potential
Fuel Cells
Some Commercial Cell (Batteries)
Electrochemical Or Galvanic Cell
Kohlrausch's Law
Transport Number Or Transference Number
Migration Of Ions
Factors Affecting The Electrolytic Conductance
Electrolytic Conduction
Metallic And Electrolytic Conductors
Faraday's Laws Of Electrolysis
Electrolytes And Electrolysis
Photochemical Reaction
Mechanism Of The Reaction
Arrhenius Equation
Theories Of Reaction Rate
Methods For Determination Of Order Of A Reaction
Law Of Mass Action And Rate Constant
Rate Law : Molecularity And Order Of A Reaction
Factors Affecting Rate Of A Reaction
Rate Of A Reaction
Types Of Chemical Reactions
Bond Energy Or Bond Enthalpies
Laws Of Thermochemistry
Heat Of Reaction Or Enthalpy Of Reaction
Exothermic And Endothermic Reactions
Third Law Of Thermodynamics
Free Energy And Free Energy Change
Entropy And Entropy Change
The Carnot Cycle
Second Law Of Thermodynamics
First Law Of Thermodynamics
Zeroth Law Of Thermodynamics
Spontaneous And Non-Spontaneous Processes
Expansion Of An Ideal Gas
Specific And Molar Heat Capacity
Enthalpy And Enthalpy Change
Basic Concepts
Internal Energy, Heat And Work
Basic Concepts
Buffer Solutions
Hydrogen Ion Concentration - pH Scale
Ionic Product Of Water
Salt Hydrolysis
The Acid-Base Neutralisation And Salt
Indicators
Relative Strength Of Acids And Bases
Acid And Bases
Solubility Product
Isohydric Solution
Common Ion Effect
Dissociation Constants Of Acids And Bases
Ostwald's Dilution Law
Arrhenius Theory Of Electrolytic Dissociation
Electrical Conductors
Relation Between Vapour Density And Degree Of Dissociation
Application Of Le-Chatelier's Principle
Le-Chatelier's Principle
Types Of Equilibria
Law Of Mass Action And Equilibrium Constant
Equilibrium And Its Dynamic Nature
Reversible And Irreversible Reactions
Application Of Radioactivity
Nuclear Fission And Nuclear Fusion
Artificial Transmutation Of Elements
Rate Of Radioactive Decay
Nuclear Stability
Hazards Of Radiations 
Nuclear Fission And Nuclear Fusion
Group Displacement Law
Theory Of Radioactivity Disintegration  
Radioactive Disintegration Series
Radioactivity
Liquefaction Of Gases 
Specific And Molar Heat Capacity Of Gases
The Critical State
Real and Ideal gases
Vander Waal's Equation
Molecular Speeds Or Velocities
Molecular Collisions
Graham's Law Of Diffusion And Effusion
Dalton's Law Of Partial Pressures
Avogadros Law
Ideal Gas Equation
Kinetic Theory Of Gases
Gay-Lussacs Law (Amonton's law)
Charles Law
Boyle's Law
Characteristics Of Gases
Measurable Properties Of Gases
Properties Of Solids
Properties Of Solids
Defects Or Imperfections In Solids
Effect Of Temperature And Pressure On C.N.
Structure Of Ionic Crystals
Ionic radii and Radius ratio
Interstitial Sites In Close Packing                   
Close Packing In Crystalline Solids
X-Ray Study Of Crystal Structure
Analysis Of Cubic System
Formation of crystal and Crystal systems
Space Lattice And Unit Cell
Crystallography
Types And Classification Of Solids
Abnormal Molecular Masses
Colligative Properties Of Electrolytes
Depression in f.pt. Of the solvent (cryoscopy)
Elevation In b.pt. Of The Solvent (Ebullioscopy)
Osmosis And Osmotic Pressure Of The Solution
Azeotropic Mixture
Ideal And Non-Ideal Solution
Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
Colligative Properties
Methods Of Expressing Concentration Of Solution
Solubility
Kinds Of Solutions
Hydrogen bonding
Molecular Orbital Theory Or MOT
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory (VSEPR )
Bond Characteristics
Temperature
Vector Product of Two Vectors
Scalar Product of Two Vectors
Rectangular Components of 3-D Vector
Resonance
Resolution of Vector Into Components
Subtraction of vectors
Hybridization
Valence Bond Theory Or VBT
Dipole moment
Fajans rule
Co-ordinate covalent or Dative bond
Covalent Bond
Electrovalent Bond
Cause and Modes Of Chemical Combination
Electronic Configurations Of Elements
Rules For Filling Of Electrons In Various Orbitals
Rules For Filling Of Electrons In Various Orbitals
Polygon Law of Vector Addition
Parallelogram Law of Vector Addition
Quantum Numbers
Triangle Law of Vector Addition of Two Vectors
Schrodinger Wave Equation
Types of Vector
Introduction of Vector
Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
Dual Nature Of Electron
Bohr's Atomic Model
Photoelectric Effect
Planck's Quantum Theory
Rutherford's Nuclear Model
Plum Pudding Model Of Thomson
Atomic spectrum - Hydrogen spectrum
Electromagnetic Radiations
Atomic number, Mass number and Atomic species
Atomic number, Mass number and Atomic species
Composition of atom
Physical Quantity
Lami's Theorem
Limiting reagent or reactant
Chemical stoichiometry
Percentage composition & Molecular formula
Atomic, Molecular and Equivalent masses
Important hypothesis
Laws of chemical combination
Units for measurement
The mole concept
Significant figures

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