The Particulate Nature of Matter

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Chapter 2: The Particulate Nature of Matter (88 videos)   (Practice Test)
2.1: Kinetic Particle Theory  (Practice Test)
  1. Substance
  2. Matter
  3. Mixture
  4. Shape and Volume of Solids
  5. Effect of Impurities on Melting Point of Solids
  6. Compressibility and Ease of Flow of Solids
  7. Effect of Impurities on Boiling Point of Liquids
  8. Density in Solids
  9. Shape and Volume of Liquids
  10. Compressibility and Ease of Flow of Liquids
  11. Evaporation in Liquids and its Uses
  12. Shape and Volume of Gases
  13. Compressibility,Mobility and Density of Gases
  14. Kinetic Particle Theory
  15. Intrconversion of Three States of Matter
  16. Melting
  17. Boiling Points of Liquids
  18. Evaporation
  19. Condensation
  20. Sublimation of solids
  21. Brownian Movement
  22. Crystal Growing
  23. Diffusion and Effusion in Gases
  24. Effect of Molecular Mass on the Rate of Diffusion
  25. Diffusion in Liquids
  26. Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Diffusion
  27. Diffusion in Solids
  28. Boyle's Law of Gases
  29. Charles's Law
2.2: Atomic Structure  (Practice Test)
  1. Dissolving, Filtering and Evaporating
  2. Element
  3. Percentage Volume/Volume
  4. Occurrence of element
  5. Decanting
  6. Symbols of Element
  7. Centrifuging
  8. Atom
  9. Atom and its structure
  10. Proton, Neutron and Electron
  11. Rutherford's Atomic Model
  12. Electronic configuration
  13. More on Electronic configuration
  14. Atomic Number and Mass Number
  15. Relative atomic mass and Atomic mass unit
  16. Concept of Radioactivity
  17. Nature of Radioactivity
  18. Modern Periodic Table
2.3: Structure and Properties of Materials  (Practice Test)
  1. Separating Solids Using Filtration
  2. Substance
  3. Separating Solids Using Sublimation
  4. Molecule
  5. Separating Solids Using a Magnet
  6. Compound
  7. Types of compound
  8. Naming Compounds
  9. Decomposition of Compounds
  10. Mixture
  11. Comparison of mixture and compound
  12. Intoduction to Alloys
2.4: Ionic Bonding  (Practice Test)
  1. Simple Distillation
  2. Why Do Atoms Form Chemical Bond?
  3. Ions,cation-anaion
  4. Common Ions and Their Charges
  5. Ionic Bond
  6. Chemical Formulae of Ionic Compounds
  7. Properties of Ionic Compound
2.5: Covalent Bonding  (Practice Test)
  1. Separating Immiscible Liquids Using Separating Funnel
  2. Covalent Bond
  3. Separating miscible Liquids Using Fractional Distillation
  4. Types of Covalent Bonds
  5. Single Covalent Bond
  6. Double Covalent Bond
  7. Triple Covalent Bond
  8. Properties of Covalent Compound
  9. Molecular compounds
  10. Macromolecular Compounds
  11. Diamond
  12. Graphite
  13. Structure of Diamond
  14. Structure of Graphite
  15. Uses of Diamond and Graphite
2.6: Metallic Bonding  (Practice Test)
  1. Paper Chromatography
  2. Metallic Bond
  3. More on Paper Chromatography
  4. Properties of Metals
  5. Analysis of a Sample Using Paper Chromatography
  6. Chromatography for Colourless Substances
  7. Uses of Chromatography