I. Inorganic Chemistry

1) Basics of chemical nomenclature
   - Inorganic compounds
   - Organic compounds

2) Basics of inorganic chemistry
   - Atoms: structure, orbitals and quantum numbers
   - Chemical bonds – covalent, ionic, coordination

3) Chemical reactions
   - Basic concepts of stoichiometry
   - Chemical equation writing
   - Chemical equilibrium, equilibrium constants
   - Sorts of chemical reactions (redox, substitution, decomposition, partner-exchange etc.)
   - Reaction rates
   - Solutions
   - Strong and weak electrolytes
   - Ion product constant of water
   - pH

4) Periodic system
   - Features of elements in context to their position in the periodic system
   - Properties, behaviour, important reactions and compounds of
   - Non-metals (namely Halogens, H, C, Si, N, P,O,S),
         - s-Block metals (namely Alkali Metals and Alkaline Earth Metals),
         - p-Bloc metals (namely Group III metals)
         - d-Block Elements

II.Organic Chemistry

1) Basics of organic chemistry
   - Carbon and its hybridisation states in organic substances
   - Important kinds of organic reactions
   - Properties of organic compounds, functional groups
   - Basics of isomerism in organic chemistry

2) Hydrocarbons
   - saturated, unsaturated, aromatic
3) Halogen derivatives of hydrocarbons
4) Alcohols
5) Phenols
6) Ethers
7) Aldehydes and Ketones
8) Carboxylic acids and their derivatives
9) Biologically important groups of organic compounds (basic structures, reactions and properties)
   - Carbohydrates
   - Lipids
   - Proteins
   - Nucleic Acids