AP Chemistry Test Pattern, AP Chemistry Information

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Fast Track Course: 50 Hours

The period for Fast track course for AP preparation is around 50 hours. It covers up the entire section intensively.

Subject

Topics Covered

Time Duration

Diagnostic test

N/A

Discussion based on the diagnostic test and selecting strong and weak areas

N/A

Atomic theory

Evidence for atomic theory

0.5 hour

Atomic theory

Atomic mass determination

1 hour

Atomic theory

Atomic number and mass number; isotopes

0.5 hour

Atomic theory

Electron energy levels

1 hour

Atomic theory

Periodic relationships

1 hour

Chemical Bonding

Binding forces

1 hour

Chemical Bonding

Molecular models

1 hour

Chemical Bonding

Geometry of molecules and ions, isomerism

1 hour

Chemical Bonding

Dipole moments of molecules, structural properties

1 hour

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear equations, half lives and radioactivity

2 hour

Nuclear Chemistry

Chemical applications

1 hour

Gases

Laws of ideal gases

1 hour

Gases

Kinetic molecular theory

2 hour

Liquids and solids

Liquids and solids from kinetic-molecular view point

0.5 hour

Liquids and solids

Avogadro's hypothesis and mole concept

1 hour

Liquids and solids

Kinetic energy dependency on temperature

0.5 hour

Liquids and solids

Deviations from ideal gas law

0.5 hour

Solutions

Types of solutions and factors affecting solubility

0.5 hour

Solutions

Types of solutions and factors affecting solubility

2.0 hours

Solutions

Types of solutions and factors affecting solubility

1 hours

Solutions

Types of solutions and factors affecting solubility

0.5 hours

Reaction types

Acid-base reactions

0.5 hours

Reaction types

Concepts of Arrhenius, Bronsted-Lowery and Lewis

2 hour

Reaction types

Coordination complexes; amphoterism

1 hour

Reaction types

Precipitation reactions

0.5 hour

Reaction types

Oxidation-reduction reactions

1 hour

Electrochemistry

Electrolytic and galvanic cells; Faraday's laws

0.5 hour

Electrochemistry

Half-cell potentials; Nernst equation

0.5 hour

Electrochemistry

Prediction of the direction of Redox reactions

0.5 hour

Stoichiometry

Ionic and molecular species present in chemical systems

1 hour

Stoichiometry

Balancing of equations including those of redox reactions

0.5 hour

Stoichiometry

Mass and volume relations; limiting reactants

1 hour

Equilibrium

          Concept of dynamic equilibrium; Le-Chatelier's principle

1 hour

Equilibrium

Quantitative treatment

2.5 hour

Kinetics

Rate of reaction

0.5 hour

Kinetics

Reaction order, rate constants and reaction rate laws

1 hour

Kinetics

Effect of temperature change on rates

0.5 hour

Kinetics

Energy activation; the role of catalysts

1 hour

Kinetics

Rate determining step and mechanism relationship

1 hour

Thermodynamics

State functions

0.5 hour

Thermodynamics

First law and associated concepts

1.5 hour

Thermodynamics

Second law and associated concepts

1.5 hour

Thermodynamics

Free energy change, equilibrium constants and potentials

0.5 hour

Periodic table

Alkali metals

1 hour

Periodic table

Alkaline earth metals

1 hour

Periodic table

Halogens

1 hour

Periodic table

First series of transition elements

1 hour

Organic chemistry

Hydrocarbons and functional groups

1 hour

Organic chemistry

Structure and chemical bonding in organic compounds

1 hour

Organic chemistry

Properties of simple organic compounds

1 hour

Organic chemistry

Isomerism

1 hour

Over all discussion

1 hour

Final Assessment test

N/A

Complete discussion on the endeavor of AP preparation

N/A

 

Comprehensive Course: 100 Hours

The period for Comprehensive course for AP Preparation is around 100 hours. It covers up the entire exhaustively.

1) Atomic theory (8 hours):

  • Proof for the atomic theory
  • Atomic masses, determination by chemical-physical means
  • Atomic number and mass number with isotopes
  • Electron energy levels - atomic spectra, quantum numbers, atomic orbital
  • Periodic relationships comprising, for illustration, atomic radii, electron affinities, ionization energies and oxidation states

2) Chemical Bonding (8 Hours):

  • Binding force and its types, relationship to states-structure and polarity of bonds.
  • Molecular models: Lewis structure, valence bond and VSEPR
  • Geometry of ions and molecules, structural isomerism of simple organic molecules & coordination complexes; dipole moments of the molecules and relation of properties to structure

3) Nuclear Chemistry (6 Hours):

Nuclear equations, half-lives, radioactivity and chemical applications

4) Gases (6 Hours):

Laws of ideal gases and Kinetic-molecular theory

5) Liquids and solids (5 Hours):

  • Solids and liquids from the kinetic-molecular point of view
  • Phase diagrams of one-component systems
  • Changes of state comprising critical and triple points
  • Structure of solids and lattice energies

6) Solutions (8 Hours):

  • Solutions and its types all along with factors influencing solubility
  • Methods of expressing concentration (use of normality isn't tested.)
  • Raoult's law and colligative properties (non-volatile solutes) and osmosis
  • Non-ideal behavior (and qualitative aspects)

7) Reaction types (10 hours):

  • Reaction of Acid-base; concepts of Arrhenius, coordination complexes; Bronsted-Lowry and Lewis; Amphoterism
  • Reactions of Precipitation
  • Oxidation-reduction reactions

8) Electrochemistry (3 Hours):

Electrolytic and galvanic cells; Faraday's laws; Nernst equation; standard half-cell potentials; prediction of the redox reactions

9) Stoichiometry (5 Hours):

  • Ionic-molecular species present in the chemical systems and ionic equations.
  • Balancing of equations comprising redox reactions.
  • Mass-volume relations having emphasis on the mole concept, comprising empirical formulas and limiting reactants.

10) Equilibrium (7 Hours):

  • Theory of dynamic equilibrium, physical and chemical; Le Chatelier's principle and equilibrium constants.
  • Quantitative treatment.

11) Kinetics (8 Hours):

  • Theory of rate of reaction
  • Employment of experimental data and graphical analysis to find out reactant order, rate constants and reaction rate laws
  • Effect of temperature change on rates
  • Energy of activation and the role of catalysts
  • The relationship among the rate-determining step and procedure

12) Thermodynamics (8 hours):

  • State functions
  • Statement of First law and its applications
  • Statement of Second law and its applications
  • Relationship of change in free energy to equilibrium constants and electrode potentials

13) Periodic table (8 Hours):

Overview of periodic table, Grouping methods, Periodic trends, History and Alternative structures.

14) Organic chemistry (8 hours):

History, Characterization, Properties, Nomenclature, Classification of organic compounds, Organic synthesis and Organic reactions.

15) Overall discussion (2 Hours):

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