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B. Sc.

Chemistry
2018-19

Curriculum Framework with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Syllabus for
Outcome Based Education (OBE) in Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) degree program
for the students admitted from the academic year 2018 – 19 onwards
The CBCS provides a ‘Cafeteria’ type approach in which students can choose courses of their
choice from a list of electives, core, allied, Non-Major, value based and skill based courses
undergo additional courses and acquire more than the required credits and adopt an
interdisciplinary approach to learning. The Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) preserves
the identity, autonomy and uniqueness of every programme and at the same time student
centric in curriculum designing and skill imparting.
The Department of Chemistry allows enhanced academic mobility and enriched
employability for the students. The curriculum with CBCS helps the students to experience
their choice of courses and credits for their horizontal and vertical mobility.
Outcome Based Education:
“Outcome-Based Education” (OBE) is considered as a student-centred instruction model that
focuses on measuring student performance through outcomes. Outcomes include knowledge,
skills and attitudes. In the OBE model, the required knowledge and skill sets for a particular
degree is predetermined and the students are evaluated for all the required parameters
(Outcomes) during the course of the program.
For B.Sc. Chemistry programme, a student must earn 140 credits as mentioned in the below
table.
Summary of Courses Pattern and Credit Distribution in Choice Based Credit System
Credits to be
Part Curriculum Structure No. of Courses
earned

I Languages 04 12
II English 04 12
Core (Major) Courses 12+ Practical
16 64
4
III Allied Courses 05 16
Core Electives (Choices given within
03 12
core)
Non-Major Electives (NME)
(Choices given within Physics/
02 04
Chemistry/ Psychology/ English/
Mathematics)
IV Value Based Courses (VBC) 02 04
MOOC &Skill Based Courses (SBC)
(1 SBC offered as IDC within
08 16
Physics/ Chemistry/ Psychology/
English/ Mathematics)
V Extension Activities 01 Grade
Total 45 140

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Part – I : Languages: Part – I comprises of Tamil/Hindi/Malayalam/French

Part – II: English: Part – II English

Part – III: Core Courses: A set of major papers that include Theory, Practical, Allied, Core
Electives, in the major field of study selected by the student. Core courses are mandatory in
nature.

Part – IV: Non - Major Electives (NME): A set of non – major elective courses that are
offered as choices of the students, outside of their major discipline. The courses other than
the core and allied shall be opted by the students as Non – Major Elective.
Value Based Courses (VBC): Courses offered on cross-cutting issues relevant to the current
pressing concerns both nationally and internationally such as gender, environment and
sustainability, human values and professional ethics, development of creative and divergent
competencies.
Skill Based Courses (SBC): The courses offered as skill - based courses under Part IV of the
programme are aimed at imparting Advanced Skill to the students.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC): According to the guidelines of UGC, the students
are encouraged to avail this option of enriching by enrolling themselves in the MOOC
provided by various portals such as SWAYAM, NPTEL, etc. As per University Grants
Commission (UGC) notification published in the gazette of India about UGC (Credit
Framework for Online Learning Courses through SWAYAM) Regulation, 2016 on 19th July
2016, The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) through SWAYAM platform is
compulsory. The institute is transferring the credit earned through SWAYAM on receipt of
MOOC’s completion certificate and it shall incorporate these marks/credits in the overall
mark sheet of the student.
Part – V: Extension Activities: Students shall be actively participate in the extension
activities such as National Service Scheme (NSS), YOGA, Youth Red Cross (YRC), Sports,
and Red Ribbon Club (RRC). Each student should take part in at-least in any one of these
activities for earning.

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Part Course Code Name of the course Hr CIA Ext Tot Cr


Semester – I
Language-
I 18XXX1LTX Language - I 6 25 75 100 3
1
II English 18BEN1GT1 General English – I 6 25 75 100 3
Inorganic, Organic and 4
Core1 18BCH1CT1 25 75 100 4
Physical Chemistry-I
III Core2 18BCH1CT2 Industrial Chemistry-I 3 25 75 100 3
Allied1 18BPH1AT1 Allied Physics-I 4 20 55 75 4
IV VBC1 18TAM1VT1 Environmental Studies 2 50 - 50 2
Practical-I
III Core lab * 3 - - - -
Inorganic qualitative analysis
III Allied lab * Physics Practical 2 - - - -
IV ECC1 18TAM1ZT1 Yoga - - - - -
Total 30 - - 525 19
Semester – II
Language-
I 18XXX2LTX Language – 2 6 25 75 100 3
2
II English 18BEN2GT2 General English – II 6 25 75 100 3
Inorganic, Organic and
III Core3 18BCH2CT1 4 25 75 100 4
Physical Chemistry–II
III Core4 18BCH2CT2 Industrial Chemistry - II 3 25 75 100 3
III Allied2 18BPH2AT2 Allied Physics–II 4 20 55 75 4
Practical-I 100
III Core5 18BCH2CP3 3 40 60 4
Inorganic qualitative analysis
III Allied3 18BPH2AP1 Allied Physics Practical 2 20 30 50 2
Value Education and Human
IV VBC2 18TAM2VT2 2 50 - 50 2
Rights
IV ECC1 18TAM2ZT1 Yoga - 50 - 50 1
Total 30 725 26
Semester – III
III Language3 18XXX3LTX Language – 3 6 25 75 100 3
III English3 18BEN3GT3 General English – 3 6 25 75 100 3
III Inorganic, Organic and
Core6 18BCH3CT1 5 25 75 100 4
Physical Chemistry -III
III Practical - II Volumetric
analysis, Organic analysis
Core lab * 3 - - - -
and preparation of organic
compounds
III Allied4 18BMADAT1 Calculus and Transforms 6 25 75 100 5
IV SBC1 18BCH3ST1 Nano Science 2 20 55 75 2
IV NME1 18XXX3NTX Non Major Elective – 1 2 - 75 75 2
Massive Open Online
IV ECC2 - 2* 50* - 50* 2*
Course-1
Total 30 550+50* 19+2*

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Semester – IV Hr CIA Ext Tot Cr


III Language4 18XXX4LTX Language – 4 6 25 75 100 3
III English4 18BEN1GT4 General English – 4 6 25 75 100 3
Inorganic, Organic and
III Core7 18BCH4CT1 4 25 75 100 4
Physical Chemistry–IV
Classical Algebra and
III Allied5 18BMANAT2 6 25 75 100 5
Trigonometry
Practical - II Volumetric
Analysis, Organic analysis
IV Core 8 18BCH4CP2 3 80 120 200 4
and preparation of organic
compounds
IV SBC2 18BCH4ST2 Green Chemistry 3 20 55 75 2
IV NME2 18XXX4NTX Non-Major Electives – 2 2 - 75 75 2
IV Massive Open Online
ECC2 2* 50 - 50* 2*
Course-2
Total 30 750+50* 23+2*
Semester – V
III Core 9 18BCH5CT1 Inorganic chemistry 4 25 75 100 4
III Core10 18BCH5CT2 Organic chemistry –I 4 25 75 100 4
III Core11 18BCH5CT3 Physical chemistry-I 4 25 75 100 4
18BCH5ET1A/ Food Chemistry/ Molecules
III CE1 5 25 75 100 5
18BCH5ET1B of life
Fuels and Energy storing
18BCH5ET2C/
III CE2 devices/Novel inorganic 5 25 75 100 5
18BCH5ET2D
solids
Practical – III: Gravimetric
IV Core LAB * Analysis and physical 4 - - - -
chemistry Lab
IV SBC3 18BCH5ST3 Polymer Science 2 20 55 75 2
Clinical Analytical Bio-
IV SBC4 18BCH5ST4 2 20 55 75 2
chemistry
Mathematics for
IV ECC 18BMAGZT2 4* 100* 100* 2*
Competitive Examinations
V EA Extension Activities - - - - -
Total 30 650+100* 26+2*
Semester – VI
III Core12 18BCH6CT1 Physical Chemistry -II 4 25 75 100 4
III Core13 18BCH6CT2 Organic chemistry- II 5 25 75 100 5
III Spectral methods of
Core14 18BCH6CT3 4 25 75 100 4
chemical analysis
III 18BCH6ET3A/ Dye Chemistry/Applications
CE3 5 25 75 100 4
18BCH6ET3B Of Computers In Chemistry
III Practical – III: Gravimetric
Core15 18BCH6CP4 Analysis and Physical 6 80 120 200 4
Chemistry Lab

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III Practical – IV Dye


Core 16 18BCH6CP5 2 20 30 50 2
Chemistry Lab
IV SBC5 18BCH6ST5 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 20 55 75 2
IV SBC6 18BCH6ST6 Pesticide chemistry 2 20 55 75 2
V Extension Activities - - - - Grade
Total 30 800 27
Grand Total 4000 140

**Note: As per UGC Guidelines SWAYAM Courses are made compulsory for students of BSc
Chemistry programme admitted during 2018-19 onwards. Every student has to compulsorily
complete 2 MOOC courses and earn 4 credits (2 credits per course) to become eligible for the
award of degree.
Extra Credit Courses offering outside the curriculum during special hours
Course
Part Semester Name of the course Hr CIA Ext Tot Cr
Code
IV ECC2 II 18TAM1ZT1 Yoga 1 50 - 50 2
Mathematics for
IV ECC3 V 18BMAGZT2 Competitive 4 100 - 100 2
Examinations
2 Massive Open Online
IV ECC4 - - - - - - 4
Courses (MOOC)

Grand Total 08

List of Part – 1 Language Courses (CBCS)


S. Semester Course Code Course Name
No.
1 I 18TAM1LT1 Tamil - I
2 I 18HIN1LT1 Hindi - I
3 I 18MAL1LT1 Malayalam - I
4 I 18FRE1LT1 French - I
5 II 18TAM2LT2 Tamil - II
6 II 18HIN2LT2 Hindi - II
7 II 18MAL2LT2 Malayalam - II
8 II 18FRE2LT2 French - II
9 III 18TAM3LT3 Tamil – III
10 III 18HIN3LT3 Hindi – III
11 III 18MAL3LT3 Malayalam – III
12 III 18FRE3LT3 French – III
13 IV 18TAM4LT4 Tamil – IV
14 IV 18HIN4LT4 Hindi – IV
15 IV 18MAL4LT4 Malayalam – IV
16 IV 18FRE4LT4 French - IV

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List of Core Elective Courses (CBCS)


S.
Semester Course Code Course Name
No.
Elective – I
1 V 18BCH5ET1A Food Chemistry
2 V 18BCH5ET1B Molecules of life
Elective – II
1 V 18BCH5ET2C Fuels and Energy storing devices
2 V 18BCH5ET2D Novel inorganic solids
Elective – III
1 VI 18BCH6ET3A Dye Chemistry
2 VI 18BCH6ET3B Applications Of Computers In Chemistry

List of Non – Major Electives (CBCS)


S. Course Offering
Semester Course Name
No. Code Department
1 III 18TAM3NTA Basic Tamil I
2 III 18TAM3NTB Advanced Tamil I
Tamil
3 IV 18TAM4NTA Basic Tamil II
4 IV 18TAM4NTB Advanced Tamil II
III Basic English for Competitive
5 18BEN3NTC
Examinations I
English
IV Basic English for Competitive
6 18BEN4NTC
Examinations II

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B.Sc. Chemistry - Course Code Database 2018 – 19 onwards


List of Core Courses
S. Course
Semester Course Name Remarks
No. Code
1 I 18BCH1CT1 Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry-I
2 I 18BCH1CT2 Industrial Chemistry-I
3 I Annual
* Practical-I Inorganic qualitative analysis
Pattern
4 II 18BCH2CT1 Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry–II
5 II 18BCH2CT2 Industrial Chemistry - II
6 II Practical-I Inorganic qualitative analysis Annual
18BCH2CP3
Pattern
7 III 18BCH3CT1 Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry -III

8 III Practical - II Volumetric analysis, Organic Annual


* analysis and preparation of organic compounds Pattern

9 IV Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry–IV


18BCH4CT1
10 IV Practical - II Volumetric Analysis, Organic Annual
18BCH4CP2 analysis and preparation of organic compounds Pattern

11 V 18BCH5CT1 Inorganic chemistry


12 V 18BCH5CT2 Organic chemistry –I
13 V 18BCH5CT3 Physical chemistry-I
14 V Practical – III: Gravimetric Analysis and physical Annual
*
chemistry Lab Pattern
15 VI 18BCH6CT1 Physical Chemistry -II
16 VI 18BCH6CT2 Organic chemistry- II
17 VI 18BCH6CT3 Spectral methods of chemical analysis
18 Practical – III: Gravimetric Analysis and Physical Annual
18BCH6CP4
Chemistry Lab Pattern
19 VI Practical – IV Dye Chemistry Lab Semester
18BCH6CP5
pattern
List of Allied Courses
S.
Semester Course Code Course Name
No.
1 I 18BPH1AT1 Allied Physics-I
2 I * Allied Physics Practical
3 II 18BPH2AT2 Allied Physics–II
4 II 18BPH2AP1 Allied Physics Practical
5 III 18BMADAT1 Calculus and Transforms
6 IV 18BMANAT2 Classical Algebra and Trigonometry

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List of Core Elective Courses (CBCS)

S.
Semester Course Code Course Name
No.
Elective – I
1 V 18BCH5ET1A Food Chemistry
2 V 18BCH5ET1B Molecules of life
Elective – II
1 V 18BCH5ET2C Fuels and Energy storing devices
2 V 18BCH5ET2D Novel inorganic solids
Elective – III
1 VI 18BCH6ET3A Dye Chemistry
2 VI 18BCH6ET3B Applications Of Computers In Chemistry

List of Skill Based Courses


S.
Semester Course Code Course Name
No.
1 III 18BCH3ST1 Nano Science
2 IV 18BCH4ST2 Green Chemistry
3 V 18BCH5ST3 Polymer Science
4 V 18BCH5ST4 Clinical Analytical Bio-chemistry
5 VI 18BCH6ST5 Pharmaceutical Chemistry
6 VI 18BCH6ST6 Pesticide chemistry

B.Sc. Chemistry Degree Program

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

Within a few years of obtaining UG degree in chemistry, the graduates will be able to,

PEO1: Analyze social and environmental aspects with professional values, ethics and equity
to transform the knowledge, skills and expertise to the welfare of the community.
PEO2: Involve in lifelong learning to adapt educational needs in a changing world to
maintain their competency and to contribute to the knowledge enhancement in a
multi-disciplinary environment.
PEO3: Succeed in obtaining employment appropriate to their interest in chemistry related
fields and to possess effective skills to critically assess, analyze and solve domain
related problems.
PEO4: Develop in their professional career through life-long learning, higher education in
their areas of interest and cater the needs of the industry/society so as to contribute
for the development of the nation.

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PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

The students at the completion of the programme will be able to

PO1: Demonstrate professionally the social, cultural, ethical and environmental


responsibility as an individual as well as in multifaceted teams with positive attitude.

PO2: Adapt to sustain in emerging era and constantly upgrade skills towards independent
and lifelong learning.

PO3: Communicate complex concepts with professionalism by utilizing appropriate


resources and modern tools.

PO4: Accquire firm foundation in chemical principles and higher level of understanding in
each of the chemistry sub-disciplines such as organic, inorganic, physical, industrial
and analytical chemistry besides gaining the rudiments of basic mathematics and
physics.

PO5: Develop the working knowledge of chemical instrumentation and laboratory


techniques and be able to apply skills to design and conduct independent work.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

At the completion of the programme, the students will be able to

PSO1: Apply the knowledge gained during the course of the program to identify,
formulate and solve real life problems to meet the core competency with continuous
up gradation.
PSO2: Apply the knowledge of ethical and management principles required to work
in a team with stewardship of the society.
PSO3: Apply the contextual knowledge of chemistry to function effectively as an
individual or a leader in multidisciplinary environment.

PSO4: Synthesize, compare, evaluate, classify, interrupt and effectively apply the
basic laws, principles, phenomena, processes and mechanisms involved in the domain
of chemistry.

PSO5: Explicitly communicate and exchange their ideas with regard to theoretical
and experimental aspects, the impacts of chemistry on environment and society to the
chemists and non-chemists.

Mapping the Programme Outcomes with Programme Educational Objectives

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POs/PEOs PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4

PO1 S S S S

PO2 S S S S

PO3 S S S S

PO4 S S S S

PO5 S S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Mapping the Programme Specific Outcomes with Programme Educational Objectives


POs/PEOs PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4
PSO1 S S S S
PSO2 S S S S
PSO3 S S S S
PSO4 S S S S
PSO5 S S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practica Cre


Category l (P) dit
(L) (T)
(C)
18BCH1CT1 Inorganic, Organic Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
and Physical (B)
Chemistry -I
Preamble: To acquire basic knowledge about atomic structure, bonding, molecular structure, quantum
chemistry, organic chemistry, and preparation of hydrocarbons.

Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the elements, periodic table and organic chemistry.

Syllabus:

e-
H Resourc
Unit Course contents ou es/
rs e-
Content

I 1.1 Electronic configuration: Atomic Orbitals, quantum numbers - principal, 9 *


azimuthal, magnetic and spin quantum numbers and their significance-

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Principles governing the occupancy of electrons in various quantum levels-


Pauli’s exclusion principle, Hund’s rule, Aufbau Principle, (n+l) rule, stability
of half-filled and fully filled orbitals.
1.2 Periodic Table: Mendeleev’s periodic classification-modern periodic
table- grouping of elements into s, p, d, and f blocks.

1.3 Periodic Properties: Atomic radius- covalent, Van der Waal’s and ionic
radii – determination of ionic radii by Pauling’s method- Slater’s rules-
screening constant and effective nuclear charge-ionisation energy- electron
affinity – periodic variation - electron affinity of halogens- electronegativity
and its applications in predicting bond character.

2.1 Ionic and covalent bonds: Lattice Energy – Born – Haber Cycle –
variable electrovalency-inert pair effect– partial ionic character–Fajan’s rules-
deviation from octet rule.
2.2 VB & MO Theories: VB Theory – sigma and pi bonds- Principles of
hybridization –types- sp, sp2, sp3, sp3d ,sp3d2, and sp3d3-VSEPR theory and
II 9 *
shapes of molecules– BeCl2, BF3,CH4, PCl5 and SF6, IF7, water, ammonia and
carbon-di-oxide.
MO Theory – Bonding and antibonding orbitals – significance - Application
of MO Theory to H2, He2, N2, O2, F2, NO, HF and CO – Comparison of VB
and MO theories.

3.1 Clevage of covalent bonds: homolytic and heterolytic fission –


generation, structure, reactions and stability of carbocations, carbanions and
free radicals.

3.2 Classification of reaction intermediates: Electrophiles, Nucleophiles and


Free radicals.
3.3 Types of organic reactions: displacement or substitution, addition,
III elimination, isomerisation, polymerisation and rearrangement. 9 *

3.4 Factors that influence a reaction: Inductive, mesomeric, electromeric


and hyperconjugative effects
3.5 Isomerism: Types of isomerism (structural and stereo isomerisms) -
definition and types with appropriate examples.
3.6 Alkanes: Conformations of ethylene, n-butane and cyclohexane.

4.1 Cycloalkanes: preparation and chemical properties - Stability of


cycloalkanes- Bayer’s Strain theory.
IV 9 *
4.2 Alkenes, alkadienes: Alkenes- nomenclature-preparation- Saytzeff’s rule
and Hofmann’s rules,-Wittig reaction- Mechanism of beta elimination
reactions - E1 and E2 reaction mechanisms- cis elimination- Addition reactions

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of alkenes- Hydroboration, polymerisation, ozonolysis - Allylic substitution


with NBS.
Types of alkadienes –stability of dienes- General methods of preparation-
Chemical properties – 1, 2 and 1, 4 additions – mechanism- Diels Alder
reaction- Natural and synthetic rubbers.

4.3 Alkynes: Acidity of alkenes – reactions - formation of acetylides,


hydration and hydroboration reactions.

5.1Classical theory of electromagnetic radiation : Demerits– Black body


radiation and Planck’s quantum theory, photo electric effect and Compton
effect
5.2 Wave particle dualism: de Broglie hypothesis - Davisson and Germer
V experiment- Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. 9 *
5.3 Schrodinger wave equation: derivation. Physical significance of ψ -
particle in a box problem- derivation and significance.
Shapes of s, p and d orbitals-Nodal planes and nodal points in atomic orbitals-
g and u character of atomic orbitals.

Total 45

Text Book(s):
Advanced Organic Chemistry, B. S. Bahl, Arun Bahl, S.Chand & Co., 2010, NewDelhi.
Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, B.R. Puri& L.R. Sharma, Shobanlal Nagin, Chand & Co.
Elements of Physical Chemistry, B. R. Puri, L. R. Sharma and M. S. Pathania. Vishal Publishing
Jalandar, 2nd edition.
Reference Book(s):
Principles of Physical chemistry, S.M. Maron and C. F. Brutton, Oxford – IBH.
Physical Chemistry, G.W. Castellan, Narosa Publishers.
Concise Inorganic chemistry, J.D. Lee., ELBS,1991
Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity Huheey, J.E., Keiter, E.A., Keiter, R.L. and
Medhi, O. K., Pearson Education India, 2006.
Organic Chemistry, Graham Solomon, T.W., Fryhle, C.B. & Dnyder, S.A., John Wiley & Sons, 2014.
Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry McMurry, J.E., 7th Ed. Cengage Learning India, 2013
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

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Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

Understand the atomic structure and periodic properties of


CO1 K2
elements

CO2 Explain the theories of chemical bonding and molecular structure K2

Gather basic knowledge of organic chemistry and reaction


CO3 K2
intermediates

CO4 Understand the chemistry of alkenes, cycloalkenes, dienes K2

CO5 Explain the basic concepts in quantum chemistry K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/ PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO PSO5
4
POs
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

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Course Code Course Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit
Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH1CT2 Industrial Chemistry- Core Concept 45 - - 3
I
Preamble: This course aims to familiarize students with the major industrial processing such as sugar,
fertilizer, paper, cement and iron and steel industry.

Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the need for industries.

Syllabus:

e-
Unit Course contents H Resource
ou s/e-
rs Content
Sugar Industry: Manufacture of Crystalline sugar- Extraction of the Juice,
I Clarification of the Juice – Two step and One step process – Classification
of Juice by Double carbonation process -Evaporation of Clarified juice to 7
make syrup - Crystallization of Syrup – Use of Seed Crystals for
Crystallization – Curing of Sugar – Double Centrifuging – Treatment of
Molasses – Refining of Raw sugar – Utilization of Bagasse – filter cakes
used as manure – Testing and Estimation of Sugar – Fermentation-
Industrial Spirit – Absolute Alcohol – Cane sugar industry in India – Sugar
Factories of Tamil Nadu.

Fertilizer industries: Plant nutrients - functions and requirement of


fertilizers – Classification of fertilizers - nitrogenous fertilizers – 7
Manufacture of Ammonium nitrate – Ammonium Sulphate – Urea (Any
II one method) – Phosphatic Fertilizers – Manufactures of normal super
phosphate – Triple super phosphate – Ammonium Phosphate – Potassium
fertilizers – Manufacture of sulphate of potash and Nitrate of Potash.
Fertilizer industries in India
Paper industry: Manufacture of pulp-chemical process- Sulphate or Kraft 7
III pulping –– Soda pulping –– Rag pulping - beating – Refining – Filling –
Colouring – Sizing – Manufacture of paper – Calendering– Uses –
Environmental issues of Indian pulp and paper industry.

Cement Industry: Gypsum, plaster of Paris, lime- manufacture, properties,


IV Portland cement - Raw materials -manufacturing –– Physical requirements 7
of Cement – Varieties of cement – Tests and Specification (ISI
Specification for Cement) – Setting of Cement – Cement Industries in India.

Iron and Steel Industry: Manufacture of Iron and steel in industries –


Heat Treatment of Steel – Annealing, Tempering, Normalizing, Hardening,
V Cold rolling of steel– Alloy Steels – Need for Alloying of Steels – Special 7
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Alloying Metals like Cr, Ni, Mn, V, and Co – Special Steels -Magnetic
Steels, Stainless steels, Tool steels and High speed steel.

Total 35
Text Book(s):
Industrial Chemistry, B. K. Sharma, Krishna Prakasam Medai (P) Ltd., Meerut, Edition 2017

Engineering Chemistry, P.C. Jain and Monika Jain, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi
A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry, S.S. Dara, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi, 15 th Edition, 2006

Reference Book (s):


Industrial Chemistry, B. N. Chakrabarty, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co, New Delhi, 1981
Industrial Chemistry, E. Stocchi, Vol-I, Ellis Horwood Ltd. UK.
Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, R. M. Felder, R. W. Rousseau, Wiley publishers,
New Delhi.
Focus of Course: Employability / Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:

Dr. D. Senthil vadivu


Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)

On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms


Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level

CO1 Explain the sugar manufacture process K2

CO2 Elucidate the fertilizer types and manufacture K2

CO3 Illustrate the processing in paper and pulp industry K2

CO4 Explain the manufacture of cement K2

CO5 Explain the iron and steel manufacture and various alloys of them. K2

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Mapping the Programme Outcomes

COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

CO5 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


Category (P)
(L) (T)
Inorganic, Organic Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
and Physical (B)
18BCH2CT1
Chemistry -II

Preamble: To acquire basic knowledge about s block elements, alkyl halides, benzonoid compounds chemical
analysis and radioactivity
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about laws of chemical combinations.

Syllabus:
e-
Unit Course contents H
Resources
o
/
u
e-Content
rs
1.1 Hydrogen: Position of hydrogen in the periodic table- ortho and
I parahydrogens.
1.2 Water: hard water and soft water- softening of water- permutit, Colgan,
ion exchange with resins- degree of hardness-purification of water for drinking
9 *
purposes.

1.3 Ozone and hydrogen peroxide: preparation, properties, structure and uses.
1.4 s-block elements: General characteristics of s- block elements

2.1 Chemistry of alkali metals: Anomolous behaviour of Lithium - Diagonal 9 *


II relationship between Lithium and Magnesium.A comparitive study of oxides,
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hydroxides, halides and halides of alkali metals- Occurrence, Extraction and


uses of Lithium.

2.2 Chemistry of alkaline earth metals: Similarities in chemical behaviour


of alkaline earth metals - Comparison of oxides, hydroxides, carbonates,
halides and sulphates of alkaline earth metals. Comparison of Be with other
elements of the group – diagonal relationship – Be and Al- Be and radium -
occurrence, extraction, properties& uses.

Preparation, properties and uses of Lithium aluminium hydride, sodium


thiosulphate, potassium carbonate (pearl ash), Epsom salt, Gypsum

3.1 Alkyl halides: Relative reactivityof ethyl halide, vinyl halide and allyl
III halide
3.2 Mechanism of substitution reactions: Free radical substitution reactions-
Mechanism of halogenations of alkanes
Nucleophilic substitution reactions- Mechanism of SN1, SN2, SNi reactions
Substitution Vs elimination reactions. 9 *
3.3 Chemistry of benzene and other benzenoid compounds: Aromacity and
aromatic character- Huckel’s rule, Mechanism of Electrophillic substitution
reactions – nitration, sulphonation, halogenations and Friedal Crafts alkylation
and acylation- Orientation and reactivity in substituted benzenes.Ortho/Para
ratio – Nuclear and side chain Halogenation
4.1 Principles of Wet Chemical Analysis and theories of Acid and Bases
IV
Qualitative Analysis: Solubility Product – Principle of Elimination of
interfering anions, Common Ion Effect – Complexation reactions including
spot tests in qualitative analysis – Reactions involved in separation and
identifications of cations and anions in the analysis – Semi MicroTechniques . 9 *
4.2 Acids and bases; Arrhenius, Lowry-Bronstead and Lewis concepts–
strengths of Lewis Acids and Bases -Hard and Soft Acids and Bases.
Applications of HSAB concept- Basis of hardness and softness- limitations of
HSAB concept.

5.1 Radioactivity: Radiations emitted by radioactive substances- the half- life


period- radioactive equilibrium- Soddy- Fajan’s group displacement law.
V Theory of radioactivity N/P ratio- Isotopes- Isobars and Isotones -
Applications of radio activity *
9
5.2 Nuclear chemistry: Nuclear forces- packing fraction - mass defect -
binding energy – Nuclear fission- atom bomb and nuclear reactors - Nuclear
fusion, fusion reaction in the sun, Hydrogen bomb.

Total 45

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Text Book(s):
Inorganic Chemistry, P.L. Soni-Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi.
Advanced Organic Chemistry, B.S. Bahl and Arun Bahl S. Chand & Co., New Delhi. 2010
Principles of Physical Chemistry, B.R. Puri, L.R. Sharma and M.S. Pathania, Shoban lal Nagin,
Chand &Co. Jalandhar.

Reference Book(s):
Principles of Physical chemistry, S. M. Maron and C.F. Brutton.
Physical Chemistry, G.W. Castellan, Narosa publishers, 2004
Concise Inorganic Chemistry, J.D. Lee, ELBS, 1991
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL, youtube videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)

On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms


Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level

CO1 Understand the chemistry of hydrogen, water and alkali metals K2

CO2 Explain the properties of alkali and alkaline earthe elements K2

CO3 Explain the mechanism of substitution reactions and chemistry of benzonoid K2


compounds

CO4 Explain the principle of wet and dry chemical analysis and acid base theory K2

CO5 Illustrate the concept of nuclear chemistry and radioactivity K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes

COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

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CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

CO5 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit
Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH2CT2 Industrial Chemistry - Core Concept 45 - -- 3
(B)
II

Preamble: This course aims to acquire an knowledge and understanding of small scale industrial
processing, surface coatings, cosmetic industry and dairy industry

Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the need for various industrial processing.

Syllabus:
e-
Unit Course contents Hours Resources/
e-Content
1.1 Small scale industrial processes: candles, safety matches, soap and
I naphthalene balls, shoe polish, gum paste, fountain pen ink- constituents- 7 *
function- manufacture.

Surface coatings: 7
2.1 Pretreatment of the surface
*
2.2 Metallic coartings -galvanizing, tinning, electroplating
II
2.3 Paints- constituents – functions- oil paints, water paints, special
paints, varnish, enamel, lacquers
3.1 Glass: raw materials and colouring agents, manufacture of glass -
III special glasses (borosilicate, alkali silicate, optical glass, sodalime 7
glass,their properties and applications
3.2 Ceramics: various classes of ceramics, general properties, porous and
*
non-porous wares-raw materials for ceramics-uses.

3.3 Refractories: manufacture of refractories - properties and uses of


common refractory bricks - silica bricks - fire clay bricks, magnesite
bricks and dolomite bricks.

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Cosmetic chemistry
IV 4.1Oral care – tooth paste, tooth powder, mouth wash products 7 *
4.2 Skin care products – face powder,skin cleansers, cold creams,
moisturizers,sun screen lotion – constituents and functions
4.3 Lip sticks, nail polish – constituents, manufacture.
4.4 Hair care products – shampoos, antidandruff shampoos, conditioners-
constituents and functions.

Dairy industry: Milk and Milk Products


5.1 Composition and structure of milk- Properties of Milk- flavour and 7 *
V aroma, viscosity, Effect of heat on milk.
5.2 Milk Processing – clarification, pasteurization, homogenized milk,
whole milk
5.3 Basic categories of milk products- skimmed milk powder- whole dry
milk powder- butter milk powder- butter- clarified ghee, Ice -cream
Total 35
Text Book(s):
Industrial chemistry , B. K. Sharma, Goel Publishing House,

Engineering Chemistry, P.C. Jain, M. Jain, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi.
Applied Chemistry , K.Bhagavathi - Sundari,, MJP Publishers

Reference Book(s):
Industrial Chemistry, E. Stocchi, Vol -I, Ellis Horwood Ltd. UK.
Introduction to Ceramics, W. D. Kingery, H. K. Bowen, D. R. Uhlmann, Wiley Publishers, New Delhi.
Modern Technology of Cosmetics, Asia Pacific Business Press Inc. New Delhi 2004

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: www.engineering.unsw.edu.au

www.internetchemistry.com/chemistry/industrial-chemistry.htm
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

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CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms


Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level

CO1 Understand the practices in small scale chemical industries K2

CO2 Familiarize with the principle and process of metallic and organic coatings K2

CO3 Understand the manufacture and uses of refractory materials K2

CO4 Explain the constituents of cosmetics and its effective usage K2

CO5 Elaborate the manufacture of various dairy products K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes

COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

CO5 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


Code Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH Inorganic qualitative Core Practical - - 90 4
2CP3 analysis of salt lab -1

mixture, Practical -I

Preamble: This course aims to equip the students with skills in carrying out wet and dry chemical test of
qualitative analysis of inorganic salt mixture

Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the chemical reactions

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Syllabus:
UNIT Course contents

Working in Chemistry Lab


Introduction – Personal protection – Nature of Chemicals – Toxic, Corrosive, Explosive,
Inflammable, Carcinogenic, other hazardous chemicals – Safe storing and handling of
1 chemicals – Disposal of chemical wastes – Glassware– Handling of Glassware – Handling of
different types of equipments like Bunsen burner, Centrifuge, etc. – Ventilation facilities –
Philosophy of Lab Safety – First-Aid techniques – General work culture inside the chemistry
lab- importance of wearing lab coat, eye glasses.

Semi-micro Qualitative Analysis


Analysis of simple acid radicals: carbonate, sulphide, sulphate, chloride, bromide,
iodide, nitrate
 Analysis of interfering acid radicals: Fluoride, oxalate, borate, phosphate, chromate,
arsenite
2
 Elimination of interfering acid radicals and Identifying the groups of basic radicals
 Analysis of basic radicals (group-wise): Lead, copper, bismuth, cadmium, antimony,
iron, aluminum, chromium, zinc, manganese, nickel, calcium, strontium, barium,
magnesium, ammonium
 Analysis of a mixture-I to X containing two cations and two anions (of which one is
interfering type)
Some Applied Experiments (Demonstration only)

 Analysis of water for the presence of ions like calcium, magnesium, Iron, sulphate,
chloride, fluoride, carbonates.
3
 Analysis of Cement for the presence of ions like calcium, aluminium, iron, zinc,
sulphate, chloride, phosphate
 Analysis of soil for the presence of minerals like potassium, sodium, nitrate, chloride,
phosphate.
Reference Books
1.Svehla, G. Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis, Pearson Education, 2012.
2.Basic principles of practical chemistry, V. Venkateswaran, R. Veeraswamy, A. R. Kulandaivelu, Sultan
chand and sons,2nd edition, 1997.

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5yuGz5iAos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCKUZdqo600&t=26s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrMLXTw0528

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Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry, STC Chairman /BoS
Course Outcomes (COs)

On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Number Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms


Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level

CO1 Understand the importance of lab safety and handling of glassware K1


and chemicals

CO2 Carry out systematic qualitative analysis of Inorganic salt mixture K3/K4

Mapping the Programme Outcomes

COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
18BCH3CT1 Inorganic, Organic Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
and Physical (B)
Chemistry -III
Preamble: To acquire knowledge about boron and nitrogen family, alcohols, ether, phenols, carbonyl
compounds and thermodynamics
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about inorganic and organic chemistry and thermodynamics

Syllabus:

H e-
Unit Course contents ou Resourc
rs es/ e-

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Content

Boron Family: Group discussion – Electron acceptor behaviour and


electron deficiency of boron hydrides- bonding in diboranes; NaBH4, Borax
and Borazole - preparation, properties, structure and uses- Amphoteric
behaviour of aluminates.
I 12 *
Allotropy: Structure of graphite and diamond.
Silicates: Classification with examples – Silicones and Silicone rubbers.
Nitrogen family: Difference between nitrogen and other elements of the
group – Hydrazine, Hydroxyl amine, Nitrous oxide, P2O5, H3PO3 and
H3PO4,H4P2O7 - preparation and properties-Chemistry of NaBiO3..

Alcohols: Classification – Distinction between primary, secondary and


tertiary alcohols – Hydrogen Bonding in alcohols – Oppenauer oxidation of
diols- Inter conversion of alcohols .

Ethers: Isomerism in ethers- inertness- cleavage of ethers with HI - uses of


II diethyl ether- Anisole- preparation and properties. 12 *
Phenols: Acidic nature of Phenols, explanation- effect of substituents on
solubility and boiling points and acidity of phenols - Eletrophilic
substitution reactions of phenol. Mechanism of Kolbe, Reimer-Tiemann,
Gattermann, Lederer - Manasse and Houben – Hoesch and Coupling
reaction with diazonium salts.

Carbonyl Compounds: Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones –


Nucleophilic addition across C=O Group-Addition of Grignard Reagent,
NH3, NaHSO3, HCN, Alcohol- reaction with Hydrazine, Phenyl Hydrazine,
2,4-Dinitrophenyl Hydrazine, Semicarbazide, Aldol Condensation,
Knoevenagel, Claisen, Dieckmann, Reformatsky Reactions, Benzoin and
Perkin condensation, Cannizaro Reaction, Oxidation-Reductions using
III LiAlH4, NaBH4, Wolf-Kishner, Meerwein – Ponndorf - Verley and 12 *
Clemmensen Reduction. (Mechanism Included).

Di carboxylic acids: Di carboxylic Acids – Action of heat on di carboxylic


acids- Preparation, properties and uses of malonic, succinic, glutaric and
adipic acids.

Tri carboxylic acid: Citric acid- preparation, properties and uses.

Thermodynamics – I: Chemical thermodynamics – system –


surroundings – isolated, closed and open systems – Homogeneous and
heterogeneous systems – state of the system – intensive and extensive
IV properties 12 *
thermodynamic process – cyclic process – reversible and irreversible
process – isothermal and adiabatic process – state and path functions –
exact and inexact differentials – Zeroeth law of thermodynamics –
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Absolute scale of temperature - concept of heat and work – work of


expansion at constant pressure and free expansion – First law of
thermodynamics – statement – definition of internal energy (U), enthalpy
(H) and heat capacity – U and H as thermodynamic properties –
relationship between Cp and Cv – calculation of W, q, dU and dH for
expansion of ideal and real gases under isothermal and adiabatic conditions
for reversible and irreversible process – Joule Thomson effect – Relation
between μJT and other thermodynamic quantities – calculation of Joule
Thomson coefficient for ideal and real gases – inversion temperature
Thermodynamics – II
Second Law of Thermodynamics: Introduction– Need for Second Law –
Various statements – Carnot cycle.
Entropy: Concept of Entropy (S) – units – Entropy change of an ideal gas
in reversible and irreversible processes. Trouton’s Rule. Entropy of mixing-
Calculation of Entropy Changes of an ideal gas with changes in P, V, and
T. Entropy Changes of an ideal gas in different processes. Standard
V 12 *
Entropies- Physical significance of entropy.

Free Energy and work function: The Work Function – Helmholtz Free
Energy – The Free Energy (Gibbs) – Work Function and Free Energy
Relationships – Variation of free energy change with T and P- Maxwell’s
Equations and their significance – Criteria for the reversible and
irreversible processes -Gibbs – Helm Holtz Equation.

Total 60

Text Book(s):
Advanced Organic Chemistry, B. S. Bahl, Arun Bahl, S.Chand & Co., 2010, NewDelhi.
Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, B.R. Puri & L.R. Sharma, Shobanlal Nagin, Chand & Co.
Elements of Physical Chemistry, B. R. Puri, L. R. Sharma and M. S. Pathania. Vishal Publishing
Jalandar, 2nd edition.
Reference Book(s):
Principles of Physical chemistry, S.M. Maron and C. F. Brutton, Oxford – IBH.
Physical Chemistry, G.W. Castellan, Narosa Publishers.
Concise Inorganic chemistry, J.D. Lee., ELBS,1991
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


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On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level
Understand the chemistry of boron and nitrogen family, concept of
CO1 K2
allotropy and silicates
Understand the chemistry of alcohols ethers and phenols, carbonyl
CO2 K2
compounds, di carboxylic and tri carboxylic acids

CO3 Understand the concept of thermodynamics (I and II law) K2


Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cred


Code Category (P) it
(L) (T)
18BCH3ST1 Nano Science Skill Concept 30 -- -- 2
based (B)
course
Preamble: To introduce some of the fundamentals and current state-of-the-art in nanotechnology, to get
familiarized with the synthesis, characterization and applications of nanomaterials
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the materials science
Syllabus:

e-
Reso
Hour urces
Unit Course contents
s / e-
Cont
ent
Basics of nanomaterials: Properties of nanomaterials, quantum confinement
I effect, surface to volume ratio, surface properties of nanoparticles. 5
Classification of the nanomaterials – zero dimensional, one dimensional, two
dimensional and three dimensional nanostructures
Properties of Nanomaterials: Mechanical, optical, electronic, magnetic,
II 5
thermal and chemical properties of nanomaterials. Size dependent properties

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Synthetic Techniques: Chemical methods: sol-gel synthesis, solvo thermal


synthesis, thermolysis route. Physical methods: Pulsed laser deposition-
III 5
Magnetron sputtering

Characterization Techniques: X-ray diffraction- Electron microscopes –


scanning electron microscopes (SEM) – transmission electron microscopes
IV (TEM) – scanning probe microscopy – atomic force microscopy (AFM) – 5
scanning tunneling electron microscope (STEM) – basic principles only.

Applications of Nanomaterials: Catalysis on nanoparticles,


V semiconductors, sensors, and electronic devices, photochemistry and 5
nanophotonics, applications of CNTs, nanomaterials in biology and medicine
Total 25
Text Book(s): Pradeep, Nano: The Essentials: Understanding Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 2008.
Reference Book(s):
1. S. Shanmugam, Nanotechnology, , MJP Publishers, Chennai (2010).
2. Patrick Salomon , A Handbook on Nanochemistry,, Dominant Publishers and Distributers, New
Delhi.
3. S. Balaji , Nanobiotechnology, MJP Publishers, Chennai (2010).
4. CNR Rao The Chemistry of Nanomaterial: Synthesis, Properties and Applications, Vol. I and II,
Springer (2006).
5. Nanotechnology: Basic Science and Emerging Technologies, Mick Wilson, Kamali Kannangara,
Geoff Smith, Michelle Simmons, Burkhard Raguse, Overseas Press, (2005).
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

Blooms
CO Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge
Level

CO1 Understand the basic concepts and classification of nanomaterials K2

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Study the common properties and size dependent absorption behavior of


CO2 K2
nanomaterials

CO3 Demonstrate the physical and chemical synthetic routes of anomaterials. K2

CO4 Characterize the nanomaterials using various microscopic techniques K2

Analyze the application of nanomaterials in various fields including


CO5 catalysis, photonics, and medicine K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutori Pract Cr


Category al ical ed
(L)
it
(T) (P)
18BCH4CT1 Inorganic, Organic and Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
Physical Chemistry - (B)

IV

Preamble: This course aims to grasp the knowledge and understanding about the chemistry of
oxides, oxy acids S, Se, Te, inter halogen compounds, rare earths and nitrogen compounds, third law
of thermodynamics, phase rule and solution of non electrolytes
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about oxides, organic chemistry, thermodynamics

Syllabus:
e-
Unit Ho
Resourc
urs
Course contents es
/e-
Content
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Classification of oxides: Classification based on their chemical behaviour-


I acidic, amphoteric, neutral oxides, peroxides, super oxides, dioxides, sub oxides
and mixed oxides.

Oxy acids of Sulphur – Caro’s and Marshal’s acids – preparation, properties,


structure and uses.

Selenium, tellurium: Occurrence, extraction and uses.


9
Bleaching powder- preparation by modern method, properties, uses and
process of bleaching.

Inter halogen compounds: ICl, BrF3, IF5, and IF7 – preparation, properties,
structure and uses, Pseudo halogens, Basic nature of iodine.

Rare gases: isolation from atmosphere and uses – preparation, properties,


structure and uses of XeO3, XeF4, XeF6 and XeOF4.

Tautomerism: Definition – Keto - Enol tautomerism, – Nitro – Aci - nitro and


Amido – Imido tautomerism- Difference between tautomerism and resonance.
II
Active methylene compounds: malonic ester, aceto acetic ester and cyano
acetic ester- preparation and synthetic uses. 9

Nitro Compounds: Aromatic nitro compounds – Reduction in neutral – acidic


and alkaline media – TNT-preparation, properties and uses.

Amines & Diazonium salts: Relative basic characters of aliphatic and aromatic
III amines – Separation of amines - Hoffmann and Hinsberg Method – Distinction
Between primary, secondary and tertiary amines – Diazotisation and its
mechanism – Synthetic applications of Diazonium salts.
9
Diazomethane and Diazo acetic ester: Preparation, structure and their
synthetic uses – Sulphanilic acid- Sulphanilamide, Saccharin and Chloramine –
T.

Third Law of Thermodynamics: Nernst heat theorem – Entropy at Absolute


IV Zero – Evaluation of absolute entropies – Use of entropies – Test and evidences
of Third Law of Thermodynamics.

Phase rule: Definition of phase, component and degrees of Freedom –


9
Derivation of phase rule – Application of phase rule to one component systems
– phase diagram of H2O – Application of phase rule to two component systems
– Eutectic system (Pb–Ag System) – Compound Formation with congruent
melting point (Zn-Mg system).

Solution of Non-electrolytes: Solution of liquids in liquids – Raoult’s law –


Ideal and Non-ideal solutions – Vapour pressure – composition and boiling 9
V point. Composition curves of completely miscible binary solutions – fractional

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distillation of binary liquid solution – Azeotropic mixtures – distillation of


immiscible liquids – stability of partially miscible liquids – Phenol – water
system – Aniline – hexane system – Triethylamine - water system. Nicotine –
water system, solutions of gases in liquids – factors influencing solubility of a
gas – Henry’s law and Raoult’s law.

Total 45
Text Book(s):
Inorganic Chemistry, P.L. Soni-Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi.
Advanced Organic Chemistry, B.S. Bahl and Arun Bahl S. Chand & Co., New Delhi. 2010
Principles of Physical Chemistry, B.R. Puri, L.R. Sharma and M.S. Pathania, Shoban lal Nagin, Chand
&Co. Jalandhar.
Reference Book(s):
Principles of Physical chemistry, S.M. Maron and C.F. Brutton.
Physical Chemistry, G.W. Castellan, Narosa publishers, 2004
Concise Inorganic Chemistry, J.D. Lee, ELBS, 1991
Learning Methods (*): Lectures/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS
Mapping the Programme Outcomes

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level
Understand the oxides, oxy acids, S, Se, Te chemistry, inter
CO1 K2
halogen compounds, bleaching powder and rare earths
Gather knowledge of tautomerism, active methylene
CO2 K2
compounds, nitro compounds, amines, diazonium salts

CO3 Understand the third law of thermodynamics and phase rule K2

CO4 Explain the solution behaviour of non electrolytes K2

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COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


Code Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH4 Volumetric analysis, Core Practical - - 90 4
CP2 organic mixture lab -2
qualitative analysis
and organic
preparations
Preamble: This course aims to equip the students with skills in carrying out volumetric analysis,
organic mixture qualitative analysis and organic preparations
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the volumetric law and organic reactions

Syllabus:
UNIT Course contents
ACIDIMETRY AND ALKALIMETRY
 Estimation of Sodium Carbonate
 Estimation of Sodium Carbonate and Sodium Bicarbonate in a mixture – Warder’s
method.
 Estimation of Sulphuric acid.
 Comparison of strength of two acids or bases
PERMANGANOMETRY:
1  Estimation of Ferrous ion.
 Estimation of oxalic acid
DICHROMETRY
 Estimation of Ferrous Ion.
IODOMETRY AND IODIMETRY
 Estimation of Copper.
 Estimation of Potassium dichromate
COMPLEXOMETRIC TITRATIONS
 Estimation of Zn and Mg using EDTA

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PREPARATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS


 (Acetylation) preparation of Acetanlide from Aniline.
 (Hydrolysis) preparation of Salicylic acid from Methyl salicylate
 (Hydrolysis) preparation of benzoic acid from benzamide
2  (Benzoylation) preparation of Phenylbenzoate from Phenol.
 (Bromination) preparation of Para-BromoAcetaniide from Acetanilide.
 (Nitration) preparation of meta- DiNitrobenzene from Nitrobenzene.
 (Nitration) preparation of Picricacid from Aniline.
 (Oxidation) preparation of Benzoicacid from Benzadehyde.
 (Diazotization) and Coupling. Preparation of Methyl Orange.
ORGANIC QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
 Detection of elements – N, S and halogens.
 To distinguish between aliphatic and aromatic, saturated and unsaturated
3 compounds.
 Functional group tests for aldehydes, ketones, phenols, acids, primary amines,
amides, esters, nitro compounds and carbohydrates
 Conformation of a functional group by preparing a suitable derivative.

Text Books
1. Venkateswaran V., Veerasamy R. and Kulandaivelu A.R., (1997.): Basic principles of Practical
Chemistry, 2nd edition, Sultan Chand & sons, New Delhi.
2. Sundaram, Krishnan, Raghavan, (1996): Practical Chemistry (Part II), S. Viswanathan Co. Pvt.

References
1. Furniss B.S., Hannaford A.J., Smith P.W. G., Tatchell A.R, (2005): Vogel‟s Text Book of Practical
Organic Chemistry, 5th Edn., Harlow, Longman.
2. Ganapragasam N.S. and Ramamurthy G., (1998): Organic Chemistry – Lab manual, S. Viswanathan
Co. Pvt.

Learning Methods (*): Practical


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL:
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS
Course Outcomes (COs)
On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Number Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms
Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level

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CO1 Carry out volumetric analysis K3/K4


CO2 Carry out systematic qualitative analysis of organic salt mixture K3/K4
and prepare organic compounds

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practi Cre


Code Category cal (P) dit
(L) (T)
18BCH Green chemistry Skill Concept 30 -- -- 2
4ST2 based (B)
course
Preamble: To impart the knowledge of green chemistry and ensure the establishment of the
principles of green chemistry

Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the need for green chemistry

Syllabus:

e-
Hour Resources/
Unit Course contents
s
e-Content
Introduction and Principles - Part A
I What is Green Chemistry? Need for Green Chemistry. Goals of Green 5
Chemistry. Limitations/ Obstacles in the pursuit of the goals of Green
Chemistry
Principles of Green Chemistry and Designing a Chemical synthesis
Twelve principles of Green Chemistry with their explanations and examples
and special emphasis on the following: Designing a Green Synthesis using
II these principles; Prevention of Waste/ byproducts; maximum incorporation 5
of the materials used in the process into the final products, Atom Economy,
calculation of atom economy of the rearrangement, addition, substitution and
elimination reactions
Principles - Part B
III Prevention/ minimization of hazardous/ toxic products reducing toxicity. risk 5
= (function) hazard × exposure; waste or pollution prevention hierarchy.

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Green solvents– supercritical fluids, water as a solvent for organic reactions,


ionic liquids, fluorous biphasic solvent, PEG, solventless processes,
immobilized solvents and how to compare greenness of solvents
Principles - Part C
Use of catalytic reagents (wherever possible) in preference to stoichiometric
reagents; catalysis and green chemistry, comparison of heterogeneous and 5
IV
homogeneous catalysis, biocatalysis, asymmetric catalysis and
photocatalysis.

Examples of Green Synthesis/ Reactions and some real world cases


1. Green Synthesis of the following compounds: adipic acid, catechol,
disodium iminodiacetate (alternative to Strecker synthesis)
2. Microwave assisted reactions in water: Hofmann Elimination, methyl
benzoate to benzoic acid, oxidation of toluene and alcohols; microwave
V assisted reactions in organic solvents 5
3. Ultrasound assisted reactions: sonochemical Simmons-Smith Reaction
(Ultrasonic alternative to Iodine)
5. Surfactants for carbon dioxide – replacing smog producing and ozone
depleting solvents with CO2 for precision cleaning and dry cleaning of
garments.
Total 25

Text Book(s):
1. V. K. Ahluwalia (2006): Green Chemistry – Environmentally benign reactions –. Ane Books, New
Delhi, India
2. Paul T. Anastas & Tracy C. Williamson (1998): Green Chemistry – Frontiers in benign chemical
synthesis and processes- edited by, Oxford University Press.
Reference Book(s):
1. Rashmi Sanghi & M. M. Srivastava (2003): Green Chemistry – Environment friendly alternatives, Narora
Publishing House.
2. Cann, M.C. & Connelly, M. E (2008): Real- world cases in Green Chemistry, American Chemical
Society, Oxford University Press.

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

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Blooms
CO Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge
Level
Understanding and utilizing the basic principles of green
CO1 chemistry K2

Knowing the importance of employing green chemistry K2


CO2
principles
Acquiring knowledge of greener synthetic methods in real
CO3 world cases K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practi Credit


Name Category cal (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH5CT1 Inorganic Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
Chemistry (B)

Preamble: To acquire knowledge about d, f- block elements, co- ordination chemistry and bio – inorganic
chemistry
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about the inorganic chemistry

Syllabus:

e-
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Transition metals (d – block elements)


First, second and third transition series - General characteristics – Metallic
character, atomic and ionic radii – oxidation states, colour, complex formation,
I catalytic and magnetic properties-Non-stoichiometric compounds - occurrence, 9 *
extraction, properties and uses of Ti, V, Mo and W – Important compounds of
transition metals: TiO2, V2O5, CrO3, ammonium molybdate, tungsten, Ziegler
– Natta catalyst. Prussian blue, Sodium nitro prusside, Turnbull’s blue, Nickel
DMG complex, Wilkinson’s Catalyst-KMnO4 and K2Cr2O7
Inner transition metals (f – block elements)
Lanthanides: Properties of lanthanides. Electronic configuration – oxidation
states – ionic radii, lanthanide contraction. Colour and magnetic properties.
Extraction of mixture of lanthanides from monazite sand and separation of
II lanthanides. Uses of lanthanides. 9 *
Actinides: Sources of actinides – preparation of transuranic elements -
Electronic configuration – oxidation states – ionic radii – Colour of ions –
comparison with lanthanides. Extraction of thorium from monazite sand.
Production and uses of plutonium. Comparison of lanthanides and actinides –
elements with atomic number more than 103- their position and synthesis.
Coordination chemistry I
Coordination compounds – central metal ion – ligands - types of ligands–
coordination number, oxidation numbers, and coordination sphere –
III Nomenclature IUPAC - isomerism (structural and stereo) - Werner’s theory of 9 *
complexes. EAN rule – Magnetic properties. VB theory- inner and outer
orbital complexes applications and limitations, Factors affecting stability of
complexes.
Coordination chemistry II
Crystal Field theory. Crystal field splitting in octahedral, tetrahedral and square
planar fields – factors influencing the magnitude of crystal field splitting –
CFSE calculations- magnetic properties and colour.
IV Labile and inert complexes- stepwise and overall stability constants - Reaction 9 *
mechanism – substitution reactions in octahedral complexes – Acid hydrolysis:
SN1 and SN2 mechanisms – mechanism of electron transfer reactions – inner
sphere and outer sphere mechanisms – Two electron transfer reactions –
Complementary and non- complementary reactions
Bio – Inorganic Chemistry
Transport Proteins, Oxygen Carriers, Enzymes, Carboxy Peptidase,
V Carbonic Anhydrase, Redox Process, Iron-Sulphur proteins, Chlorophyll, 9 *
Salient features of the photo synthetic process, vitamin B, Role of sodium,
potassium, Calcium, Zinc and copper, Macrocyclic effect, Fixation of
Nitrogen.
Total 45

Text Book(s):
Puri B.R., Sharma L.R., Kalia K.K., Principles of Inorganic Chemistry,(23rd edition) New Delhi,
Shoban Lal, Nagin Chand & Co.,(1993)

Reference Book(s):
Lee J.D., Concise Inorganic Chemistry, UK, Black well science (2006).
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Huheey J E, Keiter E A, Keiter R L and Medhi O K. Inorganic Chemistry:Principles of Structure and


Reactivity, Fourth Edition, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2006.
Atkins P, Overton T, Rourke J, Armstrong F and Weller M. Inorganic Chemistry, 5th Edition. Oxford
University Press, 2011.

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC

Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level
CO1 To explain the chemistry of transition metals (d – block
K2
elements) and their compounds
CO2 To explain the chemistry of Inner transition metals (f –
block elements) and their compounds K2

CO3 To understand the concept of Coordination chemistry K2


CO4 To understand the concept of Bio – Inorganic Chemistry K2
Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

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Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit
Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH5CT2 Organic Chemistry I Core Concept 60 - - 4
Preamble: To understand the chemistry of heterocyclic compounds, carbohydrates, disaccharides,
stereochemistry, organic rearrangements, amino acids and proteins
Prerequisites: Basics of organic chemistry

Syllabus:

e-
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e-
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I Heterocyclic Compounds: Occurrence, Preparation – Properties – Structure


Reactivity and uses of Furan – Pyrrole – Thiophene and Pyridine – Synthesis – 9
Reactions and structure of Quinoline – Isoquinoline and Indole.

Carbohydrates: Classification Haworth Projection. Formula, Configuration of 9


Mono saccharides, Epimerisation. Chain Lengthening and Chain Shortening of
Aldoses. Inter Conversion of Aldoses and Ketoses -Constitution of Glucose and
II Fructose Reactions of Glucose and Fructose-Ozazone Formation, Muta
Rotation and its Mechanisms. Cyclic Structure. Pyranose and Furanose Forms

Disaccharide: Reactions and Structure of Sucrose, Starch and Cellulose –


(Structural Elucidation Not Necessary) Derivatives of Cellulose and Starch.

9
III Stereoisomerism – Definition – Classification into optical and Geometrical
isomerism.

Optical Isomerism – Optical Activity – Optical and Specific Rotations-


Condition for optical activity – Asymmetric Centre – Chirality – Achiral
Molecules – Meaning of (+) and (-) and D and L Notations – Elements of
Symmetry – Racemisation – method of Racemisation (By Substitution and
Tautomerism)- Resolution – method of Resoultion (Mechanical Separation,
Seeding, Biochemical and conversion to diastereoisomers) – Asymmetric
Synthesis (Partial and Absolute Asymmetric Synthesis) – Walden Inversion.

Optical Activity in compounds containing no asymmetic carbons – Biphenyls,


Allenes and spiranes.

Geometrical isomerism: Cis, trans, sym, anti, E- Z notations- examples,


methods of distinguishing gerometric isomers- methods to determine the
configuration of geometrical isomers.

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IV Rearrangements 9

Molecular Rearrangements Classification (Anionotropic, Cationotropic).


Intermolecular and Intramolecular. Pinacol – Pinacolone Rearrangement
(Mechanism, Evidence for Carbonium Ion Intermediate Formation-Migratory
Aptitude)Beckmann, Benzidine, Hofmann, Curtius, Benzilicacid
Rearrangement (Mechanism Only) Claisen Rearrangement (Sigmatropic
Rearrangement) – Evidence for Intramolecular Nature and Allylic Carbon
Attachment – Paraclaisen Rearrangement – Cope and Oxy-cope
Rearrangements. Fries Rearrangements( Two Mechanisms).

Amino acids and Proteins:


V 9
Classification of Aminoacids-Essential and Non-Essential Aminoacids.
Preparation of Alpha – Aminoacids, Properties and Reactions. Zwitter Ions,
Isoelectric Points, Peptide Synthesis. Structure Determination of Polypeptides.
End Group Analysis.

Proteins Classification Based on Physical and Chemical Properties and Based


on Physiological Functions. Primary and Secondary Structures of Proteins.
Helical and Sheet Structures. (Elemental Treatment Only) Denaturation of
Proteins. Nucleic Acids– (DNA and RNA ,Polynucleotide chain components
Components-Biological Functions).

Total 45
Text Book(s):
Organic Chemistry, S.M.Mughergee,S.P.Singh,R.P.Kapoor, Wiley-Eastern.Vol 1,2,3.
Advanced Organic Chemistry,B.S.Bhal,Arun Bahl, S-Chand Co

Reference Book (s):


Text Book Of Organic Chemistry, P.L.Soni, S.M. Chawla Sultan Chand& Sons
Organic Chemistry, R.T. Morrison And R.W.Boyd, Prentice Hall..
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability / Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)

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On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:


CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms
Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level
CO1 To understand the chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds K2
CO2 To understand the chemistry of Carbohydrates K2
CO3 To understand the concept of Stereoisomerism K2
CO4 K2
To understand the organic Rearrangements

CO5 K2
To understand the chemistry of Amino acids and Proteins

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit
Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH5CT3 Physical Chemistry - Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
(B)
I

Preamble: This course aims to grasp the knowledge and understanding about electrochemical conductance
and solid state chemistry
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about electrical properties and solids

Syllabus:
Unit Course contents H e-
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u /e-Content
r
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Electrolytic Conductance: Faraday’s Law of Electrolysis – Coulometer.


I
Specific Conductance – Equivalent Conductance – Determination of
Equivalent conductance (Kohlrausch Bridge Method) Molar Conductance – 9
Variation of Equivalent Conductance with Dilution. Kohlrausch Law and its
application in the determination of Equivalent conductance at infinite
dilution for weak electrolytes –ionic mobilities

A Qualitative discussion of the Interionic forces and their influence on


conductance – Debye Huckel theory – Theory of conductivity (Asymmetry
II and Electrophoretic effect). Effects of high fields and high frequencies –
Wien effect and Debye-Falkenhagen effect. 9
Transference Number – Measurement of Transference Number – Hittorf’s
Method – moving Boundary Method – Results of Transference Number
Experiments.
Applications of conductance measurements – Determination of Equivalent
III Conductance of a Strong Electrolyte – Determination of dissociation
constant of a weak acid – Determination of solubility product of a sparingly
soluble salt – Conductometric titrations.
Electrochemical cells : Electrolytic cells, Galvanic cells, Reversible and
irreversible cells distinction between cell and Battery, EMF of a cell and its 9
measurement.
Electrodes and Electrode Reactions: Representation of Electrodes and cells.
Electrodes and Half cells. Classification of cells – Standard Electrode
potentials and standard EMF of cells. The International sign convention for
the Electrode potentials.

Thermodynamics of the reaction in a galvanic cell – Gibbs – Helmholtz


IV Equation and EMF and other Thermodynamic properties (G.H.S.
Equilibrium constant) Nernst Equation.

Classification of Electrodes and their Electrode reaction: Metal – Metal


Ion, Amalgam Electrodes. Gas Electrodes, Metal Insoluble salt electrode.
Redox Electrodes. Reference Electrodes Standard Hydrogen Electrode.
Glass Electrode, Weston standard cell, Calomel and Ag / AgCl Electrodes. 9

Chemical cells with transport and without transport – Concentration cells


with transport – Without transport – Liquid Junction potential – Elimination
– Salt Bridge.

Application of EMF Measurements – Determination of pH and


potentiometric titrations. (Acid-base and Redox)

Classification of solid substances – Fundamental Laws in


crystallography – law of constancy of Interfacial Angles – The law of 9
V Rationality of Indices (Weiss and miller) – The law of symmetry (Plane,
axis and centre) – Elements of Symmetry in Cubic crystals – Crystal system

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– Crystal Lattices, Unit cell, space Lattice and space Groups – Spacings of
Three planes of cubic lattices, simple cube, FCC, BCC.

X-ray Examinations of crystals – Brag’s Equation – Determination of


crystal structures, Laue’s method, Rotating Crystal method, Powder method
–Structure of crystal of Rock salt and Sylvine – Calculation of Number of
molecules in unit Lattice, Determination of Avagadro Number – Co-
ordination number and Distance Between Nearest Neighbours – Packing of
Uniform spheres and Non-Uniform spheres – Radius Ratio Rules –
structure of Diamond and Graphite.
Total 45
Text Book(s):
Inorganic Chemistry, P.L. Soni - Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi.
Advanced Organic Chemistry, B.S. Bahl and Arun Bahl S. Chand & Co., New Delhi. 2010
Principles of Physical Chemistry, B.R. Puri, L.R. Sharma and M.S. Pathania, Shoban lal Nagin,
Chand &Co. Jalandhar.
Reference Book(s):
Principles of Physical chemistry, S.M. Maron and C.F. Brutton.
Physical Chemistry, G.W. Castellan, Narosa publishers, 2004
Concise Inorganic Chemistry, J.D. Lee, ELBS, 1991
Learning Methods (*): Lectures/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/ e-Content URL: you tube videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms Taxonomy Knowledge
Number Level
CO6 Understand and explain the concept of electrolytic K2
conductance
CO7 Explain the concept of electrochemical cells K2
CO8 Explain the concept of solid state chemistry K2

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Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
18BCH5ET1A Food chemistry Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
Elective (B)

Preamble: To acquire knowledge about food chemistry


Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about organic chemistry
Syllabus:

e-
Hou Resources/
Unit Course contents
rs
e-Content
Food and Its Adulteration
Classification of food, functions of food, food metabolism, sources of food,
I 12 *
processing of food, types. Food Adulteration –wheat, rice , milk, butter, oils,
ghee, coffee powder, chilli powder and turmeric powder- adulterants and their
detection
Food Poison
Diseases due to food stuffs-food poisoning and first aid to food poisoning-
II causes and remedies for acidity, gastritis, indigestion and constipation. 12 *
Beverages: soft drinks – soda – fruit juices – alcoholic beverages examples.
Carbonation – addiction of alcohol – cirrhosis of liver and social problems.
Food Additives and Packaging of Foods
Food additives – artificial sweeteners – saccharin – cyclamate and aspartate.
III Food flavours –esters, aldehydes and heterocyclic compound. Food colours – 12 *
natural and artificial –Emulsifying agents – preservative agents, Baking
powder yeast – taste makers, Packaging of foods - classification-Materials
used for packaging.
Food Preservation
IV Food Preservatives - definition - classification - Food Spoilage - definition - 12 *
Prevention. Methods of preservation - classification - Low and high
temperature - preservatives examples - Dehydration - osmotic pressure - food

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irradiation

Carbohydrates, Proteins and Amino Acids


Classification of carbohydrates, physical and chemical properties of
V polysaccharides. Manufacture of starch, functions of carbohydrates in human 12 *
body, changes of carbohydrates on cooking - caramelisation. Classification of
proteins, functions in human body, analysis of proteins. Composition of amino
acids as building blocks, renaturation and denaturation of proteins.
Total 60

Text Book(s):
1. H.K. Chopra, P.S.Panesar, “Food Chemistry”, Narosa Publishing House, 2010.
2. Thanlamma Jacob, “Textbook of applied chemistry” for home science and allied
Science, MacMillan, 1976.
Reference Book(s):

1. Alex V.Ramani, “Food chemistry”, MJP Publishers, Chennai, 2009.


2. Srilakshmi B, “Food Science”, New age International publishers Pvt. Ltd, 2003.
3. Lilian Hoagland Meyer , Food Chemistry - CBS Publishers & Distributors, 2004.

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

CO6 To familiarize the students on food chemistry and food K2


poison.
CO7 To acquire the knowledge on food additives and K2
packaging of foods
CO8 To understand the food preservation methods. K2
To know chemistry of carbohydrates, proteins and amino
CO9
acids.
Mapping the Programme Outcomes

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COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
18BCH5ET1B Molecules of life Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
Elective (B)
Preamble: To assimilate the importance of molecules of life.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about bio molecules
Syllabus:

e-
Hou Resource
Unit Course contents
rs s/ e-
Content
Carbohydrates
Classification of carbohydrates, reducing and non-reducing sugars, General
Properties of Glucose and Fructose, their open chain structure. Epimers,
I mutarotation and anomers. Determination of configuration of Glucose 12 *
(Fischer proof). Cyclic structure of glucose. Haworth projections. Cyclic
structure of fructose. Linkage between monosachharides, structure of
disacharrides (sucrose, maltose, lactose) and polysacharrides (starch and
cellulose) excluding their structure elucidation.
Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins
Classification of Amino Acids, Zwitterion structure and Isoelectric point.
Overview of Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary structure of
proteins. Determination of primary structure of peptides, determination of
II N-terminal amino acid (by DNFB and Edman method) and C–terminal 12 *
amino acid (by thiohydantoin and with carboxypeptidase enzyme).
Synthesis of simple peptides (upto dipeptides) by N-protection
(tbutyloxycarbonyl and phthaloyl) & C-activating groups and Merrifield
solid phase synthesis.

Enzymes and correlation with drug action


Mechanism of enzyme action, factors affecting enzyme action, Coenzymes
III and cofactors and their role in biological reactions, Specificity of enzyme 12 *
action(Including stereo specificity), Enzyme inhibitors and their
importance, phenomenon of inhibition (Competitive and Noncompetitive
inhibition including allosteric inhibition). Drug action-receptor theory.

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Structure –activity relationships of drug molecules, binding role of – OH


group,-NH2 group, double bond and aromatic ring.

Nucleic Acids Components of Nucleic acids: Adenine, guanine, thymine


and Cytosine (Structure only),other components of nucleic acids,
Nucleosides and nucleotides (nomenclature), Structure of polynucleotides;
Structure of DNA (Watson-Crick model) and RNA(types of RNA),
IV GeneticCode, Biological roles of DNA and RNA: Replication, 12 *
Transcription and Translation.
Introduction to lipids, classification. Oils and fats: Common fatty acids
present in oils and fats, Omega fatty acids, Transfats, Hydrogenation,
Saponification value, Iodine number. Biological importance of
triglycerides, phospholipids, glycolipids, and steroids(cholesterol).
Concept of Energy in Bio systems
Calorific value of food. Standard caloric content of carbohydrates, proteins
and fats. Oxidation of foodstuff (organic molecules) as a source of energy
for cells. Introduction to Metabolism (catabolism, anabolism), ATP: the
V universal currency of cellular energy, ATP hydrolysis and free energy 12 *
change. Conversion of food into energy. Outline of catabolic pathways of
Carbohydrate- Glycolysis, Fermentation, Krebs Cycle. Overview of
catabolic pathways of Fats and Proteins. Interrelationships in the metabolic
pathways of Proteins, Fats and Carbohydrates.
Total 60

Text Book(s):
Morrison, R. T. & Boyd, R. N. Organic Chemistry, Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson
Education).
Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 1), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education)
Reference Book(s):
Nelson, D. L. & Cox, M. M. Lehninger’s Principles of Biochemistry 7th Ed., W. H. Freeman.
Berg, J.M., Tymoczko, J.L. & Stryer, L. Biochemistry, W.H. Freeman, 2002

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms


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Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level

CO1 Study the classification, structures and properties of carbohydrates. K2


Know the classification and synthetic methods of amino acids, K2
CO2
peptides and proteins
CO3 Analyze the mechanisms of enzyme and drug actions and study the K2
structure –activity relationships of some drug molecules
Classify the components of nucleic acids and lipids and understand
CO4 the roles of DNA, RNA, triglycerides, phospholipids, glycolipids, K2
and steroids in biological systems
CO5 Understand the concept of energy conversion in biological systems. K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical C


Category (P) re
(L) (T)
di
t
Fuels and Energy Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
18BCH5ET2C storing devices Elective (B)

Preamble: To assimilate the importance and applications of fuels and energy storing devices
Prerequisites: Know the need for energy resources

Syllabus:

e-
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Unit Course contents ou
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Content

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Review of energy sources ( renewable and non-renewable) – classification of


fuels and their calorific value. Coal: Uses of Coal (fuel and non fuel) in
various industries , its composition , carbonization of coal - coal gas ,
I producer gas and water gas – composition and uses – fractionation of coal tar 12 *
– uses of coal tar based chemicals , requisites of a good metallurgical coke ,
coal gasification (Hydro gasification and catalytic gasification ) coal
liquefaction and solvent refining.
Petroleum and petrol chemical industry: Composition of crude petroleum ,
refining and different types of petroleum products and their applications.
Fractional distillation (principle and process) , cracking ( Thermal and
catalytic cracking). Reforming petroleum and non petroleum fuels (LPG ,
II 12 *
CNG , LNG , biogas ) ,fuels derived from biomass , fuel from waste ,
synthetic fuels (gaseous and liquids) , clear fuels , petro chemicals : vinyl
acetate , propylene oxide , isoprene , butadiene , toluene and its derivative
xylene.
Lubricants: Classification of lubricants , lubricating oils(conducting and non
conducting) , solid and semi solid lubricants , synthetic lubricants. Properties
III 12 *
of lubricants (viscosity index , cloud point , pore point) and their
determination
Batteries: Primary and secondary batteries, battery components and their
role, Characteristics of Battery. Working of following batteries: Pb acid, Li-
IV 12 *
Battery, Solid state electrolyte battery. Fuel cells, Solar cell and polymer
cell.
Fuel Cell Technology Introduction and overview of fuel cell technology-
difference between batteries and fuel cells- fuel cell principle- components of
fuel cells- classification by operating temperature / electrolyte types-
V 12 *
mechanism and applications of solid oxide fuel cells molten carbonate fuel
cells- alkaline fuel cells- polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells- direct
methanol fuel cells.

Total 60

Text Book(s):
B. K. Sharma: Industrial Chemistry , Goel Publishing house , Meerut.
Reference Book(s):
1. E. Stochi : Industrial chemistry , Vol-1,Ellis Horwood Ltd.UK
2. P. C.J ain , M. Jain: Engineering chemistry, Dhanpat Rai &sons , Delhi.
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
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Assistant Professor and Head


Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

Blooms
CO Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge
Level

CO1 Acquiring knowledge of renewable and non-renewable energy sources K2

CO2 Knowing the Petroleum and petrol chemical industry and lubricants K2

CO3 Knowing the importance of batteries and fuel cells K2


Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
18BCH5ET2D Novel inorganic Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
solids (B)
Elective

Preamble: To assimilate the importance and applications of functional and composite materials and to
know the application of polymers in industries.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about need for new type of materials

Syllabus:

e-
H
Resourc
Unit Course contents ou
es/ e-
rs
Content

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Synthesis and modification of technologically important inorganic solids


Conventional heat and beat methods, Co-precipitation method, Sol-gel
methods, Hydrothermal method, Ion-exchange and Intercalation methods.
Inorganic solids of technological importance:
I 12 *
Solid electrolytes – Cationic, anionic, mixed Inorganic pigments – coloured
solids, white and black pigments.
Molecular material and fullerides, molecular materials & chemistry – one
dimensional metals, molecular magnets, inorganic liquid crystals.

Overview of nanostructures and nanomaterials: classification.


Preparation of gold and silver metallic nanoparticles, self-assembled
nanostructures-control of nanoarchitecture-one dimensional control. Carbon
II nanotubes and inorganic nanowires. 12 *
Bio-inorganic nanomaterials, DNA and nanomaterials, natural and artificial
nanomaterials, bionanocomposites.

Introduction to engineering materials for mechanical construction


Composition, mechanical and fabricating characteristics and applications of
III various types of cast irons, plain carbon and alloy steels, copper, aluminium 12 *
and their alloys like duralumin, brasses and bronzes cutting tool materials,
super alloys thermoplastics, thermosets and composite materials
Composite materials
Introduction, limitations of conventional engineering materials, role of matrix
IV incomposites, classification, matrix materials, reinforcements, metal-matrix 12 *
composites,polymer-matrix composites, fibre-reinforced composites,
environmental effects on composites, applications of composites
Speciality Polymers
Conducting polymers - Introduction, conduction mechanism, polyacetylene,
V polyparaphenylene and polypyrrole, applications of conducting polymers, Ion- 12 *
exchange resins and their applications. Ceramic & Refractory: Introduction,
classification, properties, raw materials, manufacturing and applications.

Total 60

Text Book(s):

1. Shriver & Atkins. Inorganic Chemistry, Peter Atkins, Tina Overton, Jonathan Rourke,
Mark Weller and Fraser Armstrong, 5th Edition, Oxford University Press (2011-2012)
2. Adam, D.M. Inorganic Solids: An introduction to concepts in solid-state structural
chemistry. John Wiley & Sons, 1974.

Reference Book(s):
Poole, C.P. & Owens, F.J. Introduction to Nanotechnology John Wiley & Sons, 2003.
Rodger, G.E. Inorganic and Solid State Chemistry, Cengage Learning India Edition,2002.

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

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Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

Blooms
CO Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge
Level

Acquiring knowledge of various inorganic material synthesis techniques K2


CO1

Knowing the classification and importance of functional inorganic K2


CO2
nanomaterials
CO3 Application of engineering materials for construction purpose K2

CO4 Knowing the importance of composite materials and its applications K2

CO5 Understanding the applications of industrially important polymers K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Cours Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


e Category (P)
(L) (T)
Code
18BC Polymer Science Skill Concept 30 -- -- 2
H5ST3 based (B)
course
Preamble: To learn the structures, functions, properties and polymerization mechanisms of polymers.

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Prerequisites: To have basic knowledge of organic chemistry

Syllabus:

e-
Reso
Hour urce
Unit Course contents s/
s
e-
Cont
ent
INTRODUCTION TO POLYMERS AND RUBBERS
Basics of polymers – monomers and polymers - definition .classification of
polymers on the basis applications - thermosetting and thermoplastics -
distinction among plastics. Functionality -. Copolymers. Degree of
I polymerization. Types of polymerization reactions – chain polymerization - 5
free radical and ionic polymerization – coordination and step polymerization
reactions - polyaddition and polycondensation. Basics of rubbers: types -
vulcanization of rubber- ebonite- rubber-styrene and neoprene rubbers, uses
of rubbers.

PROPERTIES AND REACTIONS OF POLYMERS Properties: Glass


transition temperature (Tg) -definition – factors affecting Tg. Relationship
II between Tg and molecular weight. Importance of Tg. Molecular weight of 5
polymers: number average (Mn), weight average (Mw), (basics only)

POLYMERIZATION TECHNIQUES AND MOULDING TECHNIQUE


Polymerization techniques: bulk, solution, emulsion, melt condensation and
III 5
interfacial polycondensation polymerization. Moulding technique: Injection,
compression, extrusion, rotational and calendaring.
CHEMISTRY OF COMMERCIAL POLYMERS Preparation, properties and
IV uses of the polymers: Polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, PVC, teflon 5
polycarbonate, polyurethanes, phenol-formaldehyde
ADVANCES IN POLYMERS Biopolymers – biomaterials. Polymers in
V medical field - High temperature and fire – resistant polymers. Silicones - 5
conducting polymers- carbon fibers.(basic idea only) and polymer
composites
Total 25

Text Book(s):
Billmeyer F.W., Text book of polymer science, Jr. John Wiley and Sons, 1984.
Reference Book(s):
1. Gowariker V.R., Viswanathan N.V. and Jayader Sreedhar, Polymer Science, Wiley Eastern Ltd.,
New Delhi, 1978.
2. Sharma, B.K., Polymer Chemistry, Goel Publishing House, Meerut, 1989.
3. Arora M.G., Singh M. and Yadav M.S., Polymer Chemistry, 2nd Revised edition, anmol
Publications Private Ltd., New Delhi, 1989.

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Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level
Understanding the classification, structure, function and
CO1 importance of polymers K2

Acquiring the knowledge on nature and physical properties of


CO2 polymers K2

Acquiring the knowledge on Polymerization Techniques and K2


CO3
moulding Technique
CO4 Knowing the chemistry of commercial polymers K2

CO5 Knowing the advanced polymers K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO
5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


Code Category (P)

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(L) (T)
18BCH5 Clinical analytical Skill Concept 30 -- -- 2
ST4 biochemistry based (B)
course
Preamble: This course will help students to understand the chemistry of proteins, carbohydrates and
lipids. Familiarize the structure, function of DNA & RNA, and understand blood and urine analysis.
Prerequisites: To have basic knowledge of bio molecules

Syllabus:

H e-
Unit Course contents ou Resource
rs s/
e-Content
Carbohydrates: Biological importance of carbohydrates, Metabolism,
I 5
Cellular currency of energy (ATP), Glycolysis, Alcoholic and Lactic acid
fermentations, Krebs cycle. Isolation and characterization of polysaccharides
Proteins: Classification, biological importance; Primary and secondary and
tertiary structures of proteins: α-helix and β- pleated sheets, Isolation,
characterization, denaturation of proteins
II Enzymes: Nomenclature, Characteristics (mention of Ribozymes), 5
Classification; Active site,Mechanism of enzyme action, Stereospecificity of
enzymes, Coenzymes and cofactors, Enzyme inhibitors
Lipids: Classification. Biological importance of triglycerides and
phosphoglycerides and cholesterol; Lipid membrane, Liposomes and their
biological functions and underlying applications. Lipoproteins. Properties,
III 5
functions and biochemical functions of steroid hormones. Biochemistry of
peptide hormones.

Structure of DNA (Watson-Crick model) and RNA, Genetic Code, Biological


roles of DNA and RNA: Replication, Transcription and Translation,
Introduction to Gene therapy. 5
IV
Enzymes: Nomenclature, classification, effect of pH, temperature on enzyme
activity, enzyme inhibition.

Blood: Composition and functions of blood, blood coagulation. Blood


collection and preservation of samples. Anaemia, Regulation, estimation and
V interpretation of data for blood sugar, urea, creatinine, cholesterol and 5
bilirubin. Urine: Collection and preservation of samples. Formation of urine.
Composition and estimation of constituents of normal and pathological urine.
Total 25

Text Book(s):
Talwar, G.P. & Srivastava, M. Textbook of Biochemistry and Human Biology, 3rd Ed.
PHI Learning.

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Reference Book(s):
1. T.G. Cooper: Tool of Biochemistry.
2. Alan H Gowenlock: Varley’s Practical Clinical Biochemistry.
3. Thomas M. Devlin: Textbook of Biochemistry.
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

CO1 To explain the carbohydrate chemistry K2

CO2 Understand the biochemistry of proteins and lipids K2

CO3 Know DNA & RNA and their functions K2

CO4 Ability to perform urine and blood analysis K2


Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO PO PO PO PO PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
1 2 3 4 5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Semester VI
Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practi Credit
Category cal
(L) (T)
(P)
18BCH6CT1 Physical Chemistry -II Core Concept 60 - -- 4

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(B)
Preamble: This course aims to acquire an knowledge and understanding of Analytical and Physical
Chemistry
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the qualitative and quantitative analysis of chemicals

Syllabus:
Unit Course contents H e-
o Resources/
ur e-Content
s
Chromatographic Techniques: Principles of chromatography – differential
I migration – partition co-efficients – Adsorbents – choice of adsorbents – 9
process of elution of choice of solvents. Adsorption chromatography, partition
chromatography, column chromatography, paper chromatography –Thin layer
chromatography. Rf Values importance of Rf values - factors affecting Rf
values. Radial paper chromatography- Reverse phase thin layer
chromatography – Gas chromatography Principle experiment techniques and
instrumentation of Gas chromatography. Application of Gas Chromatography.
Principle, instrumentation and experimental techniques of HPLC.

Ion Exchange chromatography – Principle, Ion Exchange resins - cation and


anion Exchanger, Experimental Technique and application.

Thermoanalytical Method: Thermo gravimetric (TGA) and Differential 9


Thermal Analysis (DTA) principle, Instrumentation, characteristics of TGA
and DTA Curves - Factors affecting TGA and DTA curves. Application of
II TGA and DTA. Thermometric titrations. Electro gravimetric analysis -
theory, Instrumentation and application.

Chemical Kinetics I
III Rate of reaction – rate laws – rate constant – order and molecularity of 9
reactions – Factors influencing the rate of a reaction – Derivations of rate
constants for Zero, first and second order reactions – Fractional order
reactions – Half-life period – Pseudo first order reactions and examples –
Methods of determination of order of a reaction (Integration, graphical, half-
life, Oswald’s dilution method, experimental).
Steady state approximation - Chain reactions and explosion reaction -
Chemical Kinetics II
IV Temperature dependence of reaction rates – Arrhenius parameters. Theories of 9
reaction rates – simple collision theory – limitations - Lindmann’s hypothesis
of uni molecular reactions – Theory of absolute reaction rates – influence of
ionic strength on reaction rate.
Homogeneous and Heterogeneous catalysis – Acid-base catalysis, enzyme
catalysis – Michaelis Menten equation – Adsorption of Gas by solids – uni
molecular surface reaction – Bimolecular surface reaction.
Photochemistry: Definition - absorption of light - Beer – Lamberts law –
differences between thermal and photochemical reactions – Laws of 9
V photochemistry – Grotthuss Draper’ s law-Einstein’s law of photochemical
equivalence. Quantum Yield or efficiencies - Experiments –
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Determination of quantum yield – deviations in the law of photochemical


equivalence.

Photochemical Reactions: Kinds - Chain Reactions- Characteristics-


Kinetics of photochemical chain reactions between H2 and Br2.
Photo physical phenomena: Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, luminescence,
chemiluminescence, Bioluminescence, photosensitization.
Total 45
Text Book(s):
Puri B.R., Sharma L.R., Pathania M.S., Principles of Physical Chemistry, (23rd edition) New Delhi,
Shoban Lal, Nagin Chand & Co., (1993)

Reference Book(s):
Atkins P.W., Physical Chemistry, (7th edition) Oxford University Press, London (2009).
Castellan G.W., Physical Chemistry, Third Edition, New Delhi, Orient Longmann (1987)

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: www.engineering.unsw.edu.au


www.internetchemistry.com/chemistry/industrial-chemistry.htm

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms Taxonomy Knowledge
Number Leve
CO1 To explain the Chromatographic Techniques K2

CO2 To explain Thermo analytical Method K2

CO3 To understand the concept of Chemical Kinetics K2


CO4 To explain the concept Photochemistry K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

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CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutori Practical Cre
Category al (P) dit
(L)
(T)
18BCH6CT2 Organic Chemistry - Core Concept 75 - -- 5
(B)
II

Preamble: This course aims to acquire an knowledge and understanding of organic chemistry of
alkaloids, terpenoids, carotenoids, anthocyanins, chemotherapy, vitamins, organo metallic reagents
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the organic chemistry

Syllabus:
Unit Course contents Ho e-
urs Resources/
e-Content
Alkaloids : Introduction, occurrence, isolation and biological functions of
I alkaloids. General methods of preparation and structural elucidation of 12
coniine, piperine, nicotine
Terpenoids : Introduction, isoprene rule. Structural determination and 12
synthesis of citral, menthol, Geraniol and camphor.
Carotenoids Introduction, geometrical isomerism, structure determination
and synthesis of beta -carotene
II
Anthocyanines: Introduction to anthocyanins. Structure and general
III methods of synthesis of anthocyanins- Cyanidine. 12
Flavones: Structure determination of flavone and flavonoids - Quercetin
Purines: Introduction, occurrence, isolation and biological importance.
Synthesis and structural elucidation of Uric acid and Caffeine.

IV Vitamins: Definition, Classification and Importance of Vitamins A, B, C, 12


and D. Chemistry of Vitamin A, Riboflavin and Ascorbic Acid.

Chemotherapy: Definition – Sulphonamides – Synthesis of Various


Sulpha Drugs – Mode of Action of Sulpha Drugs. Structure and uses of
the Following: Antibiotic [Pencillin, Streptomycin, Tetracycline,
Chloramphenicol – Antipyretics and Analgesics:Anasthetics – Local and
General – Antiseptics and Disinfectants(Synthesis not required) –Structure
and uses only.

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Organo metallic Reagents : Introduction to organo metallic reagents - 12


V Preparation of organo metallic reagents with metals like – Mg, Cu, Li, Zn,
Se, Si, Pd and their synthetic applications.

Total 60
Text Book(s):
Agarwal O. P. (1997): Chemistry of Natural Products, Vol 1, Goel Publishing House, Meerut.

Reference Book(s):
Gurdeep Chatwal and S.K Anand, (2001): Chemistry of Natural Products, Himalaya Publishing Co,
New Delhi.
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: www.engineering.unsw.edu.au


www.internetchemistry.com/chemistry/industrial-chemistry.html
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms
Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level
CO1 To understand the chemistry of alkaloids K2
CO2 To understand the chemistry of terpenoids and carotenoids K2
CO3 To understand the chemistry of anthocyanins, flavones and purines K2
CO4 To understand the chemistry of vitamins and chemotherapy K2
CO5 To understand the chemistry of organo metallic reagents K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes

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COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practi C


Category cal re
(L) (T)
(P) di
t
18BCH6CT3 Spectral methods of Core Concept 60 - -- 4
chemical analysis (B)
Preamble: This course aims to acquire an knowledge and understanding of spectral methods of
chemical analysis
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the atomic structure

Syllabus:
Unit Course contents Ho e-
urs Resources/
e-Content
Electrical properties of molecules: Introduction-polarisability-
I polarisation of a molecule in an electric field- Clausius- mosotti equation- 9
Bond moments and the molecular dipole moment-Dipole moments and
molecular structure – Dipole moments of Tri atomic (AB2)Planar, tetra
atomic(AB3)molecular & symmetric polyatomic molecules- Distinguish
between Cis& Trans isomer.
Magnetic properties of molecules- magnetic permeability-molecular
interpretation of dia and para magnetism- magnetic susceptibility-Guoy’s
method
Molecular Spectroscopy
Fundamentals of Spectroscopy – Electromagnetic Radiation and its
Characteristics. Various Regions of Spectrum and Relative Energies of
Radiation in each Region. Types of Changes Induced by the Interaction of
Radiation with Matter.

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Microwave or Rotational and UV Spectroscopy: 9


Theory of Rotational Spectra – Selection Rules – Application,
Microwave spectroscopy – Calculation of Inter atomic distance - Moment
II of Inertia – Effect of Distortion – Limitation of Microwave spectroscopy.
UV visible spectroscopy – conditions – theory of electronic spectroscopy
types of electronic transitions – Frank-Condon principle – Pre dissociation
– Dissociation energy – Applications.
IR and Raman spectroscopy
III Infrared spectroscopy – condition – molecular vibration – modes of 9
vibration of linear and Non-linear molecules – Diatomic CO2, H2O –
stretching and bending vibrations – selection rules – calculation of force
constant – isotope effect – Applications of IR spectra – (Group
frequencies, finger printing and Hydrogen bonding only).
Raman spectroscopy – condition – Raleigh and Raman scattering – Stokes
and Anti-stokes lines – Difference between Raman and IR spectroscopy –
Rotational Raman spectra– Application to covalent compounds – Mutual
exclusion principle.
NMR and ESR Spectroscopy
IV Magnetically active nuclei – simple instrumentation – signals in NMR 9
spectrum – Chemical shift – characteristic chemical shift values of various
protons and carbons – number splitting and area of the peaks – coupling
constants – interpreting the NMR spectra of some organic molecules –
introduction to 13CNMR spectroscopy- types of carbons and their signals
and splitting only
ESR spectroscopy: Principle and applications to methyl and naphthyl
radicals.

Mass Spectrometry 9
V Principle of mass spectrometry – simple instrumentation – Fragmentation
pattern – m/z values of various fragments – Nitrogen rule – McLafferty
rearrangement - Interpreting the mass spectra of some organic molecules.
Combined approach to identify the structure of organic molecules of
simple molecules.
Total 45
Text Book(s):
Sharma Y R, Elements of Organic Spectroscopy, S Chand Publishers, New Delhi (2010
eference Book(s):
Kalsi. L., Organic Spectroscopy, New Delhi, New Age International Company (1998).

Learning Methods (*): Lecture/Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

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e-Resource/e-Content URL: www.engineering.unsw.edu.au


www.internetchemistry.com/chemistry/industrial-chemistry.htm
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms Taxonomy
Number Knowledge Level
CO1 To understand the Electrical properties of molecules and molecular K2
spectroscopy
CO2 To understand Microwave or Rotational and UV Spectroscopy K2
CO3 To understand IR and Raman spectroscopy K2
CO4 To understand NMR and ESR Spectroscopy K2
CO5 To understand Mass Spectrometry K2
Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
CO4 L M M S S L L S S S
CO5 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practi Cre
Category (L) (T) cal dit
(P)
18BCH6CP3 Physical Chemistry Core Practical - 90 4
Experiments And lab -3
Gravimetric Estimations

Preamble: This course aims to equip the students with skills in carrying out analytical (both qualitative
and quantitative) experiments
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the chemical reactions
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Syllabus:
UNIT Course contents

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY EXPERIMENTS


 Determination of the rate constant of the acid catalysed Hydrolysis of an ester.
 Determination of Transition Temperature of a given salt.
 Determination of Partition Co-Efficient of I2 between water and an organic
solvent.
 Determination of equilibrium constant of the reaction of KI + I 2= KI3.
 Study of change in the miscibility temperature on adding an electrolyte over the
1
C.S.T. Of the phenol water system.
 Determination of molecular weight of the substance Rast method.
 Determination of the unknown concentration of KI in the reaction KI+I 2 = KI3
 Effect of added impurity on C.S.T. of Phenol – H2O system and determination of
the concentration of the given electrolyte solution.
 Determination of Cell Constant of given Conductivity Cell.
 Determination of equivalent conductance of a strong electrolyte.
 Determination of equivalent conductance of a weak electrolyte.
 Kinetic study of the order of iodination of acetone reaction.

GRAVIMETRIC ESTIMATIONS
 Determination of water of hydration in hydrated Barium Chloride.
 Estimation of Barium as Sulphate.
2  Estimation of Lead as Lead Chromate.
 Estimation of Lead as Lead Sulphate.
 Estimation of Barium as Barium Chromate.
 Estimation of Calcium as Calcium Mono oxalate.
 Estimation of nickel as Ni-DMG complex
 Estimation of Magnesium as Oxinate
Reference Books
1.Svehla, G. Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis, Pearson Education, 2012.
2.Basic principles of practical chemistry, V. Venkateswaran, R. Veeraswamy, A. R. Kulandaivelu,
Sultan chand and sons,2nd edition, 1997.

Learning Methods (*): Practical


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL:
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS
Course Outcomes (COs)

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On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:


CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms
Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level
CO1 Have analytical (both qualitative and quantitative) and Psychomotor skills. K3/K4

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lectur Tutori Practic Credit
Category e (L) al (T) al (P)
18BCH6CP4 Dye chemistry lab Core Practical - 30 2
lab -4

Preamble: To enable the students to acquire quantitative skills in dyeing and printing technology

Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the dye chemistry

Syllabus:
UNIT Course contents

1. Dyeing of direct dyes on cotton fibre.

2. Effect of temperature on direct dyeing.

3. Effect of added electrolyte on direct dyeing.

4. Dyeing of reactive dyes on cotton fibre.

1 5. Dyeing of acid dyes on silk.

6. Dyeing of direct dyes on viscose rayon.

7. Dyeing of reactive dyes on viscose rayon.

8. Printing of cotton fabric with reactive dye using direct style (Screen Printing)

9. Printing of cotton fabric with reactive dye using resist style.

10. Printing of cotton with reactive dye using discharge style.

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Reference Books1.Basic principles of practical chemistry, V. Venkateswaran, R. Veeraswamy, A. R.


Kulandaivelu, Sultan chand and sons,2nd edition, 1997.

Learning Methods (*): Practical


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL:
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head,
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS
Course Outcomes (COs)
On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms
Number Taxonomy
Knowledge
Level
CO1 Acquire quantitative skills in dyeing and printing technology K3/K4

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
18BCH6ET3A Dye chemistry Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
Elective (B)

Preamble: To assimilate the importance and applications of Dye chemistry


Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about need for dyes and organic chemistry

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Syllabus:

e-
Resou
Hou rces/
Unit Course contents
rs e-
Conte
nt
Colour and Chemical Constitution
Colour, Relationship of colour observed to wavelength of light
Absorbed – Terms used in colour chemistry – Chromophore, Auxochrome,
Chromogen, Bathochromic, Hypsochromic shift. Theories – quinonoid
theory. Valence bond theory and molecular orbital Theory.
I 12 *
Classification of Dyes:
Classification according to chemical constitution, the chromophoric
group. Present, Auxochrome present, and Examples. Classification
According to their mode of Application to Fibres – Acid Dyes, Basic Dyes,
Mordant Dyes & Dyes for Acetate Rayon Fibre, for nylon and terelenefibre,
for orlonfibre and for Decronfibre
Pre-Treatments
An outline of sizing, De-sizing, scouring and Bleaching of cotton,
Rayon, Synthetics and their Blends. Degumming, Bleaching soaking, and
weighing of silk. Scouring and Bleaching of wool. Pretreatments for
polyester and its blends – Rope washing, machine, Dupart, J.-Box
(Preliminary Ideas Only).
Machineries for fabric dyeing
II 12 *
Jigger dyeing machine, padding mangles, High Temperature winches,
Paddle Dyeing Machines, Jet dyeing Machines.
Chemistry and Principles of Dyeing

Direct Dyes: Mechanism of Dyeing of Direct Dyes, Application to


cellulosic materials, Assistance used and their function, After – Treatments for
Direct Dyes shades and Application on wool and silk.

Vat Dyes: Classification of Vat Dyes based on the method of Application.


Principles of application of Vat Dyes – Vatting. Dyeing Rate and Extend of
III Dyeing, Exhausting in Vat Dyeing, Oxidation, after treatment stripping 12 *
Agents and correctness of Faulty Dyeing, Methods of dyeing Vat dyes.
Solubilised Dyes-Dyeing process-Fastness properties.

Acid Dyes: Definitions – Examples – Chemical Constitution –


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Classification – Molecular Split – Aggregated – Leveling Dyes – Milling –


Super Milling Dyes – Mechanism of Dyeing – Effect of Electrolyte – Effect of
Temperature – Dye Bath Assistants used.

Basic Dyes Definition – Examples – Dissolution Chemical Classes –


Nature of Affinity to Cellulosic and Protein Fibres – Natural Mordant –
Synthetic Mordants likeTaminol – BM, Resistonl- O. Topping of Direct
Dyeing with Basic Dyes.

Mordant Dyes Definitions – Example – Natural mordant Dye –


Mechanism of Dyeing-Synthetic mordant Dye-Chemical Classes – Method of
application – Chrome mordant methods (Sweet, Sour Methods).

Reactive Dyes Definition –Types of reactive dyes-Examples-


Mechanism of dyeing of cold and hot brand reactive dyes-Reactivity and
affinity of reactive Dyes-Dyeing of cold Brand reactive dyes: Jigger dyeing-
Padding Methods: Padcure (Dry) Steam Process, Pad(Silicate) Batch Process.
IV Dyeing of hot brand Reactive Dyes: Jigger dyeing, Pad-Batch, Pad-Dry 12 *
(Steam) process. Vinyl sulphone Reactive dyes (Introduction-Example only).

Azoic Dyes Definition – Example – Mechanism of dyeing (Diazotization &


Development) – Napthols – Law, Medium , High & Still High Substantivity
Napthols (Example – Method of Dissolution – Electrolyte – Fast bases –
Temperature of Diazotization – Development or coupling – Dispersing agents
in the developing Bath-Active stabilisation methods – sulphates or chlorides
of Diazo salts – complex salts of Diazonium compounds – Stabilized with
Aromatic sulphonates – Passive stabilisation methods.

Methods of Printing : Hand block- Screen- Roller or machine printing –style


of printing – direct- discharge – resist. white resist colored resist –
discharge – white discharge- colored discharge pigment printing - binders.

Printing Process: Polychromatic dyeing – the dye weave technique – the


V 12 *
flowform technique –automatic screen printing machine –fabric detaching &
Drying – Rotary Screen Printing machine ( Description only) preparation of
rotary screen, Galvano Screens – Transfer Printing – Advantage and
Disadvantages of Transfer printing.

Total 60

Text Book(s):
V. A. Shenai - Chemistry of Dyes and Principles of Dyeing Vol I To Vol VII, Sevak Publications,
Bombay.

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Reference Book(s):
V. A.Shenai - Chemistry of Dyes and Principles of Dyeing Vol I to Vol VII Sevak Publications,
Bombay.
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS
Mapping the Programme Outcomes

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

Gain basic knowledge in color theory, Classify the dyes according


CO1 K2
to their chemical constitutions

know about pre-treatment techniques K2


CO2
Chemistry of various type of dyes K2
CO3

COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
CO3 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
18BCH6ET3B Application of Core Concept 75 -- -- 4
computers in (B)

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chemistry Elective

Preamble: To assimilate the importance and applications of computers in chemistry.


Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about need for computational skills
Syllabus:

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Unit Course contents ou
s/ e-
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Content
01. General Introduction to Microsoft 2000 and Excel 2000 (10 h)
1.1 Starting, Getting Help and Quitting.
I 1.2 Excell Environment: rows, columns, cell, workbook, worksheet, toolbar, 12 *
menubar, formula bar, etc.
1.3 Details about standard toolbar and formatting toolbar buttons.

02. Building Worksheets (10 h)


II 2.1 Entering, copying, importing and editing data. 12 *
2.2 Saving and opening files.
03. Calculations (5 h)
III 3.1 Simple calculations, use of standard mathematical functions. 12 *
3.2 Complex calculations involving user-made functions and statistical
function
04. Plotting DATA (10 h)
IV 4.1 Standard and customized charts and graphs. 12 *
4.2 Editing and annotating and pasting.
05. Printing and Transfer (10 h)
5.1 Previewing and printing spreadsheet data and graph
V 3.2 Transferring data and graphs interactively. 12 *
Note: All examples and problems for illustration as well as for assignments
will be taken from the areas of chemistry, which the students
Total 60

Text Book(s):
04. K.V. Raman, Computers in Chemistry, Tata McGraw-Hill Ltd., New Delhi, 1993

Reference Book(s):
01. Gini Courter and Annette Marquis, Microsoft Office 2000, BPB Publications, New Delhi, 1999.
02. Julia Kelly, Using Microsoft Excel 2000, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi, 1999.
03. Robert de Lavie, A spreadsheet workbook for Quantitative chemical analysis, McGraw- Hill, Inc.
New Delhi, 1997.
04. K.V. Raman, Computers in Chemistry, Tata McGraw-Hill Ltd., New Delhi, 1993.
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

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e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

To enable a student to learn an application-software that is easily


available in the market and apply it to solve problems in quantitative K2
CO1
chemical analysis andpresent the results graphically.

At the end of this course the students will be in a position to take a


CO2 given set of data, theoretical or experimental, enter into a standard K2
program and carry out either a calculation-routine, plot it as a graph or
chart and if needed print it out to get a hard copy of the results
Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5
CO1 L M M S S L L S S S
CO2 L M M S S L L S S S
S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


Code Category (P)
(L) (T)
18BCH Pharmaceutical chemistry Skill Concept 30 -- -- 2
6ST5 based (B)
course
Preamble: This course will help students to understand the Pharmaceutical chemistry.
Prerequisites: To have basic knowledge of organic chemistry

Syllabus:

Unit Course contents H e-


ou Resource
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Content

Drugs Terminology: Drugs, pharmacy, pharmacology, pharmacognosy ,


theraupties, toxicology, chemotherapy, pharmacopoeia - first aid for bleeding
I 5
for blood, maintain breathing, Cuts, Abrasions and Bruises, Fractures, Burns
and Fainting. First aid box for accident,.

Antibiotics: Introduction, classification – based on biological action,


chemical struicture- Biosynthesis and degradation of penicillin. an account of
II semi synthetic penicillin, different types of penicilium, SAR 5
chloroamphenicol, synthesis, SAR and Assay – chloroamphenicol,
Streptomycin – structure assay – structure Activity relationship.
Analgesic and Antipyretics: Analgesic - Norcotic analgesics, synthetic
analegises pethidine and methadone, Narcotic antasonist, Nalarphine,
III 5
Nonnarcotic - antipyretic analgsesics. Pyrazole, salicylic acid, P- amino
phenol derivative asprin and Ibu profen, Ketoprofen, Naproxen
Anasthetics : Definition, classification of anesthetics, Ethers, Halohydro
carbons, chloroform Halo ethane, Ferqusen principle- Intravenous
anesthetics. Structure of thiopental sodium – Local anesthetics – cocaine- 5
IV
source and structure – preparation and uses of procaine. Amethocanie and
Benzocaine. Antiseptics and Disinfectants – phenol co-efficient. Phenolic
component transquilizers –definition and example.
Poisons: Poison Investigation Definition kinds of poison – Aceidental
suicidal andomicidal death – action of poison – general condition that control
action of poison – general condition that control action of poison Hints of
V Investigation. Industrial gases and volatile poison, synthetic gases – carbon 5
di sulphide – petroleum distillate, aromatic compounds, chlorinated hydro
carbons.

Total 25

Text Book(s):
1. Thiagarajan, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Educational Publishers
2. G.R. Chatwal, Synthetic Drugs, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay, 2nd Edn., (1988)
Reference Book(s):
1. Lakshmi S, pharmaceutical chemistry 2011.
2. Jaya shree Ghosh, A text book of pharmaceutical chemistry, 3rd ed., S.Chand & Company Ltd., New
Delhi (2008)
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head

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Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

Blooms
CO Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge
Level

CO1 To study the principles and functioning of drugs K2

CO2 To know the importance and functioning of antibiotics K2

To know the importance and functioning of Analgesic and Antipyretics, K2


CO3
anesthetics, Antiseptics and Disinfectants

CO4 To study the impact of poisons K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical C


Code Category (P) r
(L) (T)
e
d
it
18BCH Pesticide chemistry Skill Concept 30 -- -- 2
6ST6 based (B)
course
Preamble: This course will help students to understand the chemistry of pesticides.
Prerequisites: To have basic knowledge of organic chemistry
Syllabus:

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e-
Hour Resou
Unit Course contents rces/
s
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Conte
SOIL CHEMISTRY Soil analysis . Composition of soil : Organic and
I 5
Inorganic constituents. Soil acidity : buffering capacity of soils. Limiting of
soil. Absorption of cations and anions : availability of soil nutrients to plants
FERTILIZERS
II Classification of fertilizers and their usage with suitable examples 5
Impact of artificial fertilizers on soil and water- salination, blue baby
syndrome, biomagnification, algal bloom.
Insecticides: stomach and contact poisons. Plant derivatives : pyrethrine,
Nicotine and rotenone Synthetic organic: carbophos, carbaryl, p-DCB,
III 5
dimethoate, butachlor, Endrin, Aldrin (Chemical name and uses).
Rodenticdes.
Fungicides : Inorganic (Bordeaux Mixture) and organic(dithiocarbamate).
Industrial fungicides: creosote fractions. Herbicides and weedicides : 5
IV
Selective and non-selective, 2, 4-D and 2, 4, 5-t (structure and function)

PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS 3-Indole acetic acid: NAPHTHALENE


ACETIC ACID: Ethepon (2-chloroethyl phosphoric acid): Alar (succinin
V acid-2, 2-dimethyhydrzine :) their function. Plant hormones: Gibberlin, 5
Cyclocel, Phosphon, dwarfing compound (CCC: 2-Chlorethyltrimethyl
ammonium chloride). Defoliants
Total 25

Text Book(s):
Text books G.T. Austin : shreve’s Chemical Process Industries, 5th edition, Mc-Graw-Hill, 1984
B.A. Yagodin (Ed). Agricultural Chemistry, 2 Volumes, Mir Publishers (Moscow), 1976
Reference Book(s):
Cremlyn, R. Pesticides. Preparation and Modes of Action, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1978.
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

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CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

CO1 To study the principles of soil chemistry K2

CO2 To know the importance and functioning of fertilizers K2

To know the importance and functioning of insecticide, K2


CO3
fungicide, weedicide
CO4 To study the impact of plant growth regulators K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Allied Chemistry Syllabus Offered for B. Sc. Physics

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Cr


Category (P) edi
(L) (T)
t
19BCH3AT1 Allied chemistry I Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
(B)

Preamble: This course helps the students from other major programmes to understand the key concepts
of chemistry
Prerequisites: Higher secondary level chemistry

Syllabus:

e-
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Unit Course contents ou ces/ e-
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t

I Unit I 9 *
Theories of Chemical Bonding: Ionic, and Covalent, Bonds, sigma and pi

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bonding –Partial Ionic Character – Hydrogen Bonding – Types and


Applications van der Waals Forces.
Covalent Bond: Orbital Overlap, hybridization and geometry of organic
molecules- CH4, C2H4, C2H2 and C6H6.
Polar Effects: Inductive effect, Electromeric effect, Mesomeric effect,
Steric effect and Hyperconjuction.
Molecular orbital theory: Bonding, antibonding and non- bonding orbitals-
molecular orbitals- MO configuration of H2, He2, N2, O2 and F2. Bond order-
diamagnetism and paramagnetism.
Metallic Bonding: Free Electron Theory – Valance Bond Theory Band or
Zone Theory – Semiconductors. Imperfections in crystal – Schottky defects,
Frenkel defects and F-centres.
Unit II
Interhalogen compounds: ICl, BrF3, IF5 and IF7 –preparation, properties.
Basic properties of Iodine.
Compounds of Sulphur: Sodium hydrosulphite. Peracids of sulphur-H2SO5
and H2S2O8- preparation, properties, structure and uses.
II Coordination Chemistry: Nomenclature – Theories of Werner, Sidgwick 9 *
and Pauling. Chelation Examples-EDTA, Hemoglobin, Chlorophyll.
Applications in qualitative and quantitative Analysis.
Silicones: Synthesis, properties and uses of silicones.
Diborane: Preparation, properties and structure of NaBH4. Borazole-
preparation and uses.
Energy: Unit of Energy – Renewable and Non-renewable Sources of
Energy. Conventional and Non-conventional Sources of Energy – Solar
Energy – applications and advantages.
Fuel Gases: Definitions- classification- characteristics of a good fuel-
III Calorific value- Natural Gas, Water Gas, Carburated Water Gas, Producer 9 *
Gas and Oil Gas.
Fertilizers: Need for fertilizers- classification- characteristics- Manufacture
of Urea, Ammonium sulphate, Ammonium nitrate, Potassium nitrate, NPK
fertilizer, Super phosphate of Lime, Triple super phosphate and their uses.
Types of Organic Reaction and Reagents: Common Electrophiles,
Nucleophiles and Free Radicals. Isomerism: Geometrical and Optical
Isomerisms – Optical Isomerism in Lactic and Tartaric acids – Resolution.
Geometrical Isomerism in Dichloroethyelene, Maleic and Fumaric acid.
IV Keto – Enol Tautomerism – Orbital overlap – Hybridization and Geometry 9 *
of Methane, Ethylene and Acetylene, benzene
Aromatic Compounds: Electrophilic substitution in benzene – Mechanism
of Nitration, Halogenation, Alkylation, Acylation and Sulphonation.
Isolation, preparation, properties and structural elucidation of naphthalene.

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Amino Acids: Classification, preparation and properties. Preparation of


peptides.

V Proteins: Classification, properties and biological functions. 9 *


Carbohydrates: Classification, preparation and properties of Glucose and
Fructose. Discussion on open chain, ring structures of glucose and fructose,
Glucose – Fructose inter conversion.
Total 45

Text Book(s):
Text book of allied chemistry - Dr. V. Veeraiyan and N. N. Samiappan Vol I And Vol II High
Mount Pub House Chennai 1 st edition,1999
Allied chemistry - Dr.S.Sundaram, Dr.R.Gopalan , Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi.
Reference Book(s):
Advanced Organic Chemistry, B. S. Bahl, Arun Bahl, S.Chand & Co., 2010, New Delhi.
Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, B.R. Puri& L.R. Sharma, Shobanlal Nagin, Chand & Co.
Elements of Physical Chemistry, B. R. Puri, L. R. Sharma and M. S. Pathania. Vishal Publishing
Jalandar, 2nd edition
Learning Methods (*): Lecture/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study
Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

CO Blooms Taxonomy
Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Number Knowledge Level

CO1 Explain the theories of chemical bonding and molecular structure K2

Understand the basics of inter halogen compounds and S


CO2 K2
compounds, Coordination chemistry, silicones and diboranes

CO3 Gather basic knowledge of energy fuel gases and fertilizers K2

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CO4 Understand the types of organic reactions and reagents K2

CO5 Explain the basics of amino acids, proteins and carbohydrates K2

Mapping the Programme Outcomes


COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

CO5 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

SEMESTER IV

Course Code Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practi Cr


Category cal edi
(L) (T)
(P) t
19BCH4AT2 Allied Chemistry II Core Concept 60 -- -- 4
(B)
Preamble: This course helps the students from other major programmes to understand the key
concepts of chemistry
Prerequisites: Higher secondary level chemistry

Syllabus:
e-
Unit Course contents H
Resource
o
s
u
/e-
r
Content
s
Halogen Containing Compounds: Important Chloro hydrocarbons used as
I Solvents and Pesticides (Dichloro methane, Choloroform, CCl4, DDT, BHC)
Chloro Fluro Carbons (CFCs) – Freons – Properties and Uses.
Heterocyclic Compounds: Pyrrole, Furan, Thiophone, Pyridine, Preparation,
Properties and Uses.
9
Proteins: Classification and properties, biological function-Primary and
Secondary Structure of protein.
Synthetic Polymers: Teflon, Alkyl Resins, Polyesters Epoxy Resins – General
Treatment.

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Dyes: Colour and constitution- Chromophore- Auxochrome- Classification of


II dyes based on their applications – Synthesis of Methyl Orange, Malachite
Green, Indigo and Alizarin.
Vitamins: Diseases caused by the deficiency of Vitamin A,B1, B2, C and D,
Sources of these Vitamins and the biological functions. 9
Hormones: Oxytocin and insulin – their biological functions.
Chemotherapy: Preparation, uses and mode of action of Sulpha Drugs.
Structure and uses of penicillin and chloromycetin

Energetics: Definition of first law of thermodynamics. Types of systems,


III reversible, irreversible, isothermal and adiabatic processes. Spontaneous
processes, Joule – Thomson effect, Enthalphy, Bond energy, Need for the
second law. Carnot cycle and Carnot theorem. Entropy and its significance. Free
energy change. 9

Chemical Kinetics: Order and Molecularity – Determination of Order,


Activation Energy, Effect of Temperature on Reaction Rate – Catalysis – Types
and Mechanisms, Industrial Applications.
Chromatography: Principles of Column, Paper and Thin Layer
IV Chromatography’s.
Photochemistry: Laws of Photochemistry (Lambert’s law, Beer-Lambert’s law,
Grotthus- Draper law, Stark-Einstein’s law), Quantum Yield and its
Applications – Fluorescence and Phosphorescence.
Electrochemistry: Kohlrausch law, measurement of conductance, pH 9
determination, Conductometric titrations, Hydrolysis of salts, pH and buffer in
living systems.
Galvanic cells: EMF, standard electrode potentials, reference electrodes.
Electrochemical series, its applications. Principles of electroplating.
Water Treatment: Introduction – Sources and Uses of Water – Water for
Industrial
V Purposes – Quality of Normal water – water in human body – Hardness of water
– Types - 9
Softening of Water Ion-exchange Processes -Treatment of Water for Municipal
purposes – Desalination of Brackish Water – Electro dialysis – Reverse Osmosis
Method
Total 45
Text Book(s):
TEXT BOOK OF ALLIED CHEMISTRY - DR. V. VEERAIYAN AND N. N. SAMIAPPAN
VOL I AND VOL II , HIGH MOUNT PUB HOUSE CHENNAI 1ST EDITION,1999
Allied chemistry - DR.S.SUNDARAM, DR. R. GOPALAN, SULTAN CHAND & SONS NEW
DELHI.

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Reference Book(s):
B.R. PURI, L.R. SHARMA, M.S. PATHANIA, PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, VISHAL
PUBLISHINGH CO., NEW DELHI, 28TH EDN., (2004).
ARUN BAHL AND B. S. BAHL, ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, S. CHAND, NEW DELHI,
(2008).
B.R. PURI, L.R. SHARMA, INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, MIESTONE REVISED EDITION (2011).
JAIN AND JAIN, ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
Learning Methods (*): Lectures/ Assignment/ Seminar/Quiz/ Self-study

Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development

e-Resource/e-Content URL: NPTEL videos

Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS

Course Outcomes (COs)


On successful completion of this course the students will be able to

Blooms
Taxonomy
CO Number Course Outcome (CO) Statement
Knowledge
Level
Understand the halogen compounds, heterocyclic compounds, proteins
CO1 K2
and synthetic polymers

CO2 Understand basics about dyes, vitamins hormones and chemotherapy K2

CO3 Gather basic knowledge of energetic and chemical kinetics K2


Understand the basics of chromatography, photochemistry and
CO4 K2
electrochemistry

CO5 Explain the concepts in water treatment K2


Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

CO3 L M M S S L L S S S

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CO4 L M M S S L L S S S

CO5 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

Semester III and IV

Course Course Name Type Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit


Code Category (P)
(L) (T)
19BCH Chemistry practical Allied - Practical - 60 2
4AP1 Chemistry
lab
Preamble: This course aims to equip the students with skills in carrying out volumetric analysis,
organic mixture qualitative analysis and organic preparations
Prerequisites: Basic understanding about the volumetric law and organic reactions

Syllabus:
UNIT Course contents
Titrimetry:
 Estimation of Sodium Hydroxide using standard Carbonate.
 Estimation of Hydrochloric Acid – Standard Oxalic Acid.
 Estimation of Sulphuric Acid – Standard Oxalic Acid.
 Estimation of Borax standard Sodium Carbonate.
1  Estimation of Temporary and Permanent Hardness of water.
 Estimation of Ferrous Sulphate – Standard Mohr salt Solution.
 Estimation of Oxalic Acid – Standard Ferrous Sulphate.
 Estimation of Potassium Permanganate – Standard Sodium Hydroxide.
 Estimation of Ferrous Ion using Diphenylamine as Internal Indicator.
 Estimation of Calcium using EDTA – Standard Magnesium Sulphate.
Organic Qualitative Analysis: Reaction of Phenols, Acids (Mono and DI), Aromatic primary
Amine, Aldehydes (Aliphatic and Aromatic), Diamide, Dextrose, Systematic Analysis of
2
Organic Compounds containing one functional Group and Characterisation by confirmatory
tests or a Derivative.

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B. Sc. Chemistry
2018-19

Text Books
1. Venkateswaran V., Veerasamy R. and Kulandaivelu A.R., (1997): Basic principles of Practical
Chemistry, 2nd edition, Sultan Chand & sons, New Delhi.
2. Sundaram, Krishnan, Raghavan, (1996): Practical Chemistry (Part II), S. Viswanathan Co. Pvt.

References
1. Furniss B.S., Hannaford A.J., Smith P.W. G., Tatchell A.R, (2005): Vogels Text Book of Practical
Organic Chemistry, 5th Edn., Harlow, Longman.
2. Ganapragasam N.S. and Ramamurthy G., (1998): Organic Chemistry – Lab manual, S. Viswanathan
Co. Pvt.

Learning Methods (*): Practical


Focus of Course: Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skill Development
e-Resource/e-Content URL:
Course Designer:
Dr. D. Senthil Vadivu
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Chemistry (UG) , STC Chairman /BoS
Course Outcomes (COs)
On successful completion of this course the students will be able to:
CO Number Course Outcome (CO) Statement Blooms Taxonomy
Knowledge Level
CO1 Carry out volumetric analysis K3/K4
CO2 Carry out systematic qualitative analysis of organic salt K3/K4
mixture
Mapping the Programme Outcomes
COs/POs PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3 PSO4 PSO5

CO1 L M M S S L L S S S

CO2 L M M S S L L S S S

S- Strong; L- Low; M-Medium

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