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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI K.K.

BIRLA GOA CAMPUS


INSTRUCTION DIVISION
FIRST SEMESTER 2015-2016
Course Handout (Part - II)
Date: 29/07/2015
In addition to part-I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives further specific
details regarding the course.
Course No. : CHEM F111
Course Title : GENERAL CHEMISTRY
Instructor-in-charge : JAYADEVAN. K. P.
Instructors: R. N. Behera, Ranjan Dey, Anjan Chattopadhyay, Bhavana. P., Mainak Banerjee, Subhadeep
Banerjee, Venkatesan. S. Thimmakondu, Tanmoy Mandal
Co-Instructors: Praveen Saini, Uday K Padidela

Scope and Objective of the Course: The course provides a comprehensive survey of the concepts involved in
the study of the electronic structure of atoms and molecules, spectroscopy, chemical equilibrium, chemical
kinetics, stereochemistry and reactivity of organic compounds and transition metal coordination complexes.

Text Books:
T1: P.W. Atkins, Elements of Physical Chemistry: 6th Edition, Oxford University Press, 2015.
T2: T. W. Graham Solomons and Craig B. Fryhle, Organic Chemistry, 10th Edition, John Wiley & Sons,
Inc. New York, 2011.
T3: J. D. Lee, Concise Inorganic Chemistry, 5th Edition, Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1999.

LN Topic Learning Objectives Text


1-4 Quantum Theory Wave function, Schrodinger T1: 12.1-12.7
Equation, Uncertainty, Simple
Applications.
5-7 Atomic Structure Hydrogenic Atom: Energy Levels and T1: 13.1(SS)
and Spectra Wavefunctions, Orbitals, Spectral 13.2 -13.7,
Transitions, Many-electron Atoms: 13.8-13.11(SS)
Pauli Principle, Orbital 13.15-13.16 (SS)
Approximation, Aufbau Principle
8-10 Chemical VB Theory: Electron Pair Bond, T1: 14.1(SS)
Bonding: Valence Hybridization, Resonance. MO 14.2-14.11
Bond and Theory: LCAO, Bonding and
Molecular Orbital Antibonding Orbitals, Diatomic
Theories Molecules.
11-13 Vibrational and General Features Vibrational Energy T1: 12.9,
Electronic Levels and Spectra and applications; 19.7-19.11,
spectroscopy Electronic Spectra: Franck-Condon 20.1-20.4
Principle, Types of Transitions. T2: 2.16
14-16 Thermodynamics: Thermodynamic Systems, State T1:
The First, second Functions, Thermal Equilibrium and Chapters 2-3 (SS),
and third laws Temperature, Work, Internal Energy
and Heat Transfer, Heat Capacity, 4.1-4.13
Entropy and thermochemistry
17-18 Spontaneity and Applications of entropy, Gibbs' T1: 5.1-5.3,
equilibrium energy in chemical reactions 7.1-7.4

1
19-21 Chemical Rate Laws, Order, Rate Constants, T1: 10.1-10.9,
Kinetics: Arrhenius Equation, Rate- 11.4-11.7
Experimental determining step, Steady-state
Methods, Approximation.
Reaction Rates,
Temperature
Dependence
22-24 Stereochemistry Isomerism, chirality, origin of optical T2: 5.1-5.13,
activity, stereochemistry of cyclic 5.14-5.18, 7.2
compounds, resolution.

25-26 Conformations Rotation around sigma bonds, T2: 4.8-4.9,


conformational analysis of butane, 4.10 (SS),
cyclohexane 4.11-4.12

27-28 Substitution Nucleophilic substitution reactions T2: 6.2-6.13


reactions (both SN1 and SN2) of alkyl halides.

29-30 Elimination Elimination reaction of alkyl halides; T2: 6.15-6.19,


reactions Hoffmann and Cope Elimination. 7.5-7.8, 20.12

31-32 Addition reactions Addition reactions to >C=C< bond T2: 8.1 (SS),
8.2-8.14, 10.9

33-34 Aromaticity and Structure and reactivity of benzene T2: 14.3-14.7,


aromatic and other aromatic compounds. 15.1-15.2,
compounds
15.6-15.11

35-36 Some Concepts in Double salts and coordination


Inorganic compounds. Werners work; T3: p194-201
Chemistry & Identification of structure by isomer
Introduction to counting. Effective Atomic No.
coordination concept.
compounds

37-38 VB theory and Explanation for the stability of T3: p202-214


Crystal field complexes according to crystal field
theory for theory
octahedral
complexes

39-40 Jahn-Teller How do geometrical distortions T3: p214-222


distortions; stabilize the system? Stability in other
Square planar and geometries
Tetrahedral
complexes

41 Chelates & Different types of ligands and T3: p222-224, 307,


Isomerism stabilization due to entropy factors 351-352,
and electron delocalization in the

2
rings. 389, 793, 807,
p230-236 (SS)

*SS: Self-Study

Evaluation Scheme:
Component Duration Weightage % Date, Day &Time Remarks
Test I 60 min 30% 21/09/15, Monday Closed Book
10.30 am-11.30 am
Test II 60 min 30% 27/10/15, Tuesday Open Book
10.30 am-11.30 am
Comprehensive 3 hrs. 40% 05/12/15, Saturday (AN: Closed Book
Examination 2.00 pm- 5.00 pm)

Chamber Consultation Hours: To be announced in the tutorial class/Course server (LMS/Photon)

Notices: Notices concerning the course will be displayed on the LMS (http://10.1.85.42/lms/)/MOODLE
(photon) (http://10.1.1.242/moodle/).

Instructor-in-Charge

CHEM F111