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Chemistry 501 : Inorganic Chemistry and industrial chemistry

Unit - I

Chapter 1 : Wave Mechanics

 

Unit - II

Chapter 2 : Crystal Field Theory-1

 

Unit - III

Chapter 3 : Transition Metal Complexes of Acid Ligands 

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Preparation of Metal Carbonyl

Ø  Physical Properties 

Ø  Chemical Propertics

Ø  Molecular Orbital Diagram of Co Molecule

Ø  Nature of Linear M Cobond

Ø  Physical Evidences for Multiple Nature of M-Co Bond

Ø  Classification

Ø  Types of Co Group in Metal Carbony

Ø  Usefulness of Infra Red Spectra in The Study of Metal Carbonyl

Ø  Structure of Some Metal Carbonyls

Ø  Metal Nitrosyls

 


Chapter 4 : Cement 

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Types of Cement

Ø  Raw Materials for the Manufacture of Portland.Cement

Ø  Functions of the Ingredients of Cement

Ø  Cement Rock Beneficiation

Ø  Manufacture of Portland Cement 

Ø  Setting and Hardening of Portland Cement 

Ø  Properties of Cement 

Ø  Indian Standards Institute (ISD Specification of Cement

Ø  Mortars and Concrete

Ø  Uses of Cement

 

 


Unit - IV

Chapter 5 : Fertilizer

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Plant Nutrients

Ø  Nutrient Functions

Ø  Need for Fertilisers 

Ø  Essential Requirements of Fertiliser

Ø  Classification of Fertilisers 

Ø  Synthetic or Artificial Fertilisers

 



Unit - V

Chapter 6 : Glass

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Properties of Glass

Ø  Raw Materials used for Manufacture of Glass

Ø  Chemical Reactions Involved

Ø  Manufacture of Glass

Ø  Special Types of Glasses

 

 


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Chemistry 502 : Organic Chemistry and Spectroscopy

 

Unit - I

Chapter 1 : Name Reactions, Re-arrangement & Reagents 

Ø  Reaction - 1 : Arndt-Eisterd synthesis

Ø  Reaction - 2: Bischler-Napieralski Reaction

Ø  Reaction - 3 : Wolff-Kishner Reaction 

Ø  Re-arrangement -1: Beckmann Re-arrangement

Ø  Re-arrangement -2: Curtius Re-arrangement

Ø  Re-arrangement 3: Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation

Ø  Reagent - 1: Lithium Aluminum Hydride (LiAIH4)

Ø  Reagent - 2: Triphenyl Phosphine [(C6H5)3P]

Ø  Reagent - 3 : Sodamide (NaNH2)

 



Chapter 2 : Alkaloids

Ø  Introduction 

Ø  Occurance

Ø  Classification 

Ø  Isolation of alkaloids

Ø  General method for proving structure of alkaloids

Ø  Properties, Constitution and synthesis of Coniine

Ø  Properties, Constitution and synthesis of Nicotine

Ø  Properties, Constitution and synthesis of Papaverine

 



Unit - II

Chapter 3 : Carbohydrates

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Classification & Nomenclature

Ø  Different types of Notations for representing mono-sachharides 

Ø  General reactions of mono-sachharides

Ø  Inter-conversions of Saccharides

Ø  Step-up Reactions (Ascending in Aldose series)

Ø  Step-down, reactions (Desending in Aldose series)

Ø  Configuration of mono-sachharides

Ø  Ring structure of Aldose 

Ø  Determination of ring size of Glucose

Ø  Mutarotation of D(+)-Glucose

 

 

 

Chapter 4 : Synthetic Drugs, Dyes & Sweetening Agents 

v  Synthetic Drugs

Ø  Ibuprofen

Ø  Atenolol

Ø  Adrenaline (Epinephrine)

v  Synthetic Dyes :

Ø  Orange-II (B-Naphthol orange) 

Ø  Crysodine-G (2,4-Diamino-azobenzene)

Ø  Aurramine-O 

v  Sweetening agents :

Ø  Saccharin (Cyclic amide of o-sulpho-benzoic acid) p-Anisylurea

Ø  Dulcin (p-phen-ethyl-urea)

 

 


Unit - III

Chapter 5 : Synthesis of Heterocyclic Compound 

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Pyrazole

Ø  Imidazole

Ø  Isoxazole

Ø  Thiazole

Ø  Pyrimidine

Ø  Pyridazine

Ø  Oxazine (Morpholine)

Ø  Thiazine (Thio-morpholine)

Ø  Dioxane

 

 

Chapter 6 : Ultraviolet and Visible Spectra 

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Ultraviolet - Visible Spectrometer

Ø  Type of transition

Ø  Chromophore and Auxochrome

Ø  Types of shift

Ø  Factor affecting the position of absorption bands

Ø  General application of UV-Visible spectra

Ø  Calculation of Lmax

 

 

Unit - IV

Chapter 7 : Symmetry 

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Symmetry Elements & Symmetry Operations

Ø  Some Important Operation which give Identity

Ø  Laws of Symmetry

Ø  Symmetry Point group

Ø  Group Multiplication Table

Ø  "VSEPER" Theory & Shape of Molecules

 

 


Unit - V

Chapter 8 : Infrared Spectroscopy

Ø  Introduction of Infrared Spectroscopy

Ø  Theory of IR-Spectroscopy

Ø  Modes of fundamental vibration 

Ø  Infrared Activity 

Ø  Coupling of rotational and vibrations

Ø  Selection rule for Infrared

Ø  Type of IR-Band

Ø  Finger Print region

Ø  Instrumentation

Ø  Factor affecting IR absorption

Ø  Application of IR

               [Determination of Structure of Organic Molecules(OM) From IR]

Ø  Interpretation of IR for Given Molecules

Ø  Problems based on IR-Spectroscopy

Ø  Distinguish the following compound By IR-spectra

 

 

 

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Chemistry 503 : Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry

v  Physical Chemistry

Unit- I 

Chapter 1 : Second law of Thermodynamics

Ø  Introduction 

Ø  Limitations of First Law of Thermodynamics

Ø  Spontaneous process

Ø  Statement of Second Law of Thermodynamics

Ø  Perpetual motion of the second kind 

Ø  Carnot Cycle and Theorem 

Ø  Concept of entropy, Definition of entropy 

Ø  Entropy change (∆S) in Reversible process

Ø  Entropy change (∆S) in Irreversible (spontaneous) process

Ø  Entropy change in an Ideal gas

Ø  Entropy change in Misture of Ideal gas 

Ø  Entropy change (AS) in Physical Transformations

Ø  Physical significance of entropy

Ø  Entropy and Second Law of Thermodynamics 

Ø  Examples based on theory 

 



Unit - II

Chapter 1 : Electrochemistry-1

Ø  Introduciton 

Ø  Types of cell

Ø  Half cell, standard half cell, standard cell 

Ø  Standard electrode potential 

Ø  Conventional sign and Representation of cell 

Ø  emf series 

Ø  Types of electrode such as Active, Innert and Gas electrode

Ø  Types of reversible electrode

Ø  Galvanic cell 

Ø  Hyderogen electrode, Calomel electrode, Glass electrode 

Ø  Reversible cell and Irreversible cell 

Ø  Nernst equation for the calculation of single. electrode. potential

Ø  Examples based on theory 

 

 

 

Chapter 2 : Phase Rule

Ø  Introduction 

Ø  Definitions of terms related to Phase Rule 

Ø  Method of graphical presentation for three component system

Ø  Types of partially miscible three liquid systems 

Ø  One pair of partially miscible liquids 

Ø  Two pair of partially miscible liquids 

Ø  Three pair of partially miscible liquids 

Ø  Application of ternary liquid phase diagram 

 

 


Unit - III

Chapter 1 : Free energy and Chemical Equilibrium

Ø  Introduction 

Ø  Work function (A) 

Ø  Physical significance of Work function

Ø  Helmholtz equation (Relation of A with T and V) 

Ø  Gibbs Free Energy function (G) 

Ø  Physical significance of Gibb's free energy 

Ø  Gibbs Helmholtz equation (Relation of G with P and T)

Ø  Method to determine change of free energy 

Ø  Free energy change (4G) for an Ideal gas

Ø  Applications of Gibbs Helmholtz equation 

Ø  Criteria for Chemical Equilibrium

Ø  Vant Hoff Isotherm reaction 

Ø  Clausitus Clapeyron equation 

Ø  Integration of Clausius Clapeyron equation 

Ø  Effect of pressure on meltingpoint of Ice 

Ø  Law of active massin reference of thermodynamics

Ø  Law of mass in reference of Chemical Potential

Ø  Examples based on theory 

 

 

 

v  Analytical Chemistry 


Chapter 2 : Colourimetry

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Difference between Thermal & Photochemical Reaction

Ø  Grothuss Draper Law 

Ø  Lambent's & Beer's law & Deviation

Ø  Spectrophotometric titration

Ø  Deficiat of absorbance 

                       By product and titrant

                       By product and reagent 

                       By reagent and titrant 

                       By product only 

 

 

 

Unit - IV

Chapter 1 : Conductometry 

Ø  Introduction : Electric transport 

Ø  Specific conductance, equivalent conductance

Ø  Importance of Conductivity electrode

Ø  Polarization of electrodes

Ø  Efect on conduction on dilution and cross section area

Ø  Kohlrausch law

Ø  Conductometric titration 

              (i) Strong acid --> strong base 

             (ii) Strong acid --> weal base 

             (iii) Weak acid --> strong base

             (iv) Mix of strong acid + weak acid --> strong base

Ø  Precipitation Titration 

Ø  Replacement Titration 

Ø  Solubility, solubility product and sparingly soluble salt

Ø  Degree of hydrolysis and Hydrolysis constant 

 

 


Chapter 2 : Introduction of Complexometry Ttitation

Ø  Introduction 

Ø  Method of Preparation of standard EDTA solution

Ø  Velcher's Law

Ø  Explanation of Pm --> EDTA 

Ø  Type of EDTA titration 

Ø  Masing and demashing agent 

Ø  Principle of metal ion indicator 

Ø  EBT, Calcon, Muroxide etc. structure and use 

 

 

Unit - V

Chapter 1 : Volumetric Analysis

Ø  Introduction

Ø  Titration : Back titration, Endpoint, Bquivalence point

Ø  Ostwald's Indicator Principle

Ø  Derivation of Indicator

Ø  Primary and secondary standard solution

Ø  Characteristics of the standard substance

Ø  Difference between End point and Equivalence point

Ø  Explanation of neutralization titration with graph

            (i) Strong acid --> Strong base

           (ii) Weak acid --> Strong base

           (iii) Strong acid --> Weak base

           (iv) Poly protic acid --> Strong base

Ø  Redox Titration

Ø  Principle External and internal indicator

Ø  Redox titration with graph and calculation

Ø  Iodometry and Iodimetry titration 

Ø  Preparation of standard sodium thiosulphate solution

Ø  Precipitation titration

              (i) Mohr's method 

              (ii) Fezan's methos 

              (iii) Volhard's method 

Ø  Exmple based on: pH, Normality, Molarity Ksp ete. 

 



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