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Electrochemistry Full Course for Class 12 & Competitive Exams: Mastering Concepts & Applications

Dive deep into the world of electrochemistry with our comprehensive course, tailored for Class 12, NEET, and JEE aspirants. This course offers in-depth understanding of key concepts, cell potentials, Nernst equation, and more, in both English and हिंदी. Perfect for students under CBSE, ICSE, and State Boards.
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Last Updated:January 6, 2024
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Aspire Academy presents an extensive Electrochemistry course, specifically designed for Class 12 students and those preparing for competitive exams like NEET and JEE. Spanning over 8 hours and 7 minutes, this course provides a thorough understanding of Electrochemistry, a crucial chapter in Class 12 Chemistry.

Delving into the NCERT Chapter 3 curriculum, the course caters to students from CBSE, ICSE, and State Boards. It meticulously covers topics from the basics of Electrochemistry to advanced concepts such as the Nernst Equation and Kohlrausch’s Law. With a special focus on the application of these concepts in competitive exams, the course includes detailed explanations of Salt Bridge and Cell Potential, Determination of Cell Potential and Spontaneity, and Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis.

The unique aspect of this course is its bilingual presentation in both English and हिंदी, making it accessible to a wider range of students. It integrates theory with practical knowledge, offering insights into molar and equivalent conductance and their significance in real-world scenarios.

Furthermore, the course is enriched with analyses of previous year questions for NEET and JEE, aiding students in understanding the exam pattern and question types. This comprehensive approach ensures not just theoretical understanding but also practical application and exam readiness.

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What I will learn?

  • Fundamental understanding of Electrochemistry concepts and their applications.
  • In-depth knowledge of Cell Potential and Salt Bridge.
  • Mastery of the Nernst Equation and its applications in real-world problems.
  • Proficiency in understanding and applying Faraday's Laws of Electrolysis.
  • Strategies to solve previous year questions for NEET and JEE, enhancing exam readiness.
  • Bilingual course content (English and हिंदी) for versatile learning experiences.

Course Curriculum

Delve into the electrifying world of Electrochemistry! This lesson introduces the fundamentals of electrochemical reactions, key concepts like redox reactions, and the basics of galvanic cells. It's essential for students aiming to master chemistry for their CBSE/ICSE exams and competitive exams like JEE and NEET.

  • Electrochemistry

Salt Bridge and Cell Potential
Explore the role of a Salt Bridge in balancing the ions in galvanic cells and its impact on cell potential. This lesson is pivotal for understanding electrochemical cells in detail, crucial for students preparing for JEE and board exams in CBSE and ICSE curriculum.

Determination of Cell Potential
Unravel the techniques for determining cell potential in this engaging lesson. Learn about the Nernst equation and how cell potential is calculated, a vital concept for students diving into electrochemistry in their CBSE, ICSE syllabus, and for those preparing for competitive exams like JEE.

Determination of Spontaneity of Cell
Discover how to determine the spontaneity of a cell in this lesson, focusing on understanding the Gibbs free energy and its relation to cell potential. Essential for students studying electrochemistry in CBSE, ICSE, and preparing for JEE, where conceptual clarity is key.

Nernst Equation
Dive into the Nernst Equation, a fundamental concept in electrochemistry. This lesson covers its derivation and application in calculating the cell potential under non-standard conditions, essential for CBSE, ICSE students and those preparing for competitive exams like JEE.

Previous Year Questions
Explore a compilation of Previous Year Questions in this lesson, focusing on how electrochemistry questions have been framed in past exams. It's an invaluable resource for students in CBSE and ICSE, and those preparing for JEE and NEET, offering insights into exam patterns and question styles.

Embark on a journey through Electrolysis, understanding the process of using electricity to drive non-spontaneous chemical reactions. This lesson is crucial for grasping core concepts in electrochemistry, aiding students in CBSE, ICSE, and those preparing for competitive exams like JEE.

Faraday Law of Electrolysis
Discover the fascinating Faraday's Laws of Electrolysis, which relate the amount of substance altered at an electrode to the quantity of electricity passed through the electrolyte. Essential for students in CBSE, ICSE curricula, and for those preparing for exams like JEE, where such principles are frequently tested.

Molar Conductance and Equivalent Conductance
Delve into the concepts of Molar Conductance and Equivalent Conductance in this lesson. Learn how these properties vary with concentration and their significance in electrochemistry, critical for CBSE and ICSE students, and aspirants of competitive exams like JEE.

Kohlrausch Law and Its Application
Explore Kohlrausch's Law and its applications in this lesson, understanding how it predicts the limiting molar conductivity of electrolytes. This topic is key for students studying electrochemistry in their CBSE, ICSE courses, and those preparing for competitive exams like JEE.

Electrolysis Previous Year Questions
Examine Electrolysis through Previous Year Questions in this lesson, focusing on the types of questions asked in exams over the years. It's an invaluable tool for students in CBSE, ICSE, and competitive exams like JEE, providing insights into question patterns and electrochemistry problem-solving strategies.

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  • Basic understanding of Chemistry concepts up to Class 11.
  • Familiarity with the Class 12 Chemistry syllabus, especially for CBSE, ICSE, and State Boards.
  • Eagerness to learn and understand complex scientific concepts.
  • Access to NCERT Class 12 Chemistry textbook for reference.
  • Dedication to complete the 8-hour course and practice problem-solving.


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Mohammad Kalim
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