PHYSICAL ANALYTICAL & INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (3310501)  

Syllabus

Sr. Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage
1
PROPERTIES OF LIQUID
1.1 Physical properties of liquid
1.2 Types of physical properties and Characteristics of each property.
1.3 Definition of the Surface tension, Parachor, Refractive index, Molar refraction, Specific refraction, Viscosity.
1.4 Surface tension and viscosity
1.5 Drop pipette method (Stalagmometer) to determine the Surface tension.
1.6 Ostwald's viscometer to determine viscosity of liquids.
1.7 Refractometer to determine refractive Index of liquid.
2
CHEMICAL KINETICS
2.1 Define the terms :
-2.1.1 Rate of reaction
-2.1.2 Specific reaction rate
-2.1.3 Velocity constant
2.2 Molecularity and order of reaction
2.3 Definition the terms :
2.3.1First order reaction
-2.3.2 Half concentration period
2.4 Derivation equation for first order reaction.
2.5 Derivation of equation for second order reaction.
2.6 Half life period for first & second order reaction.
2.7 Problems related chemical kinetics.
3
CHEMICAL THERMO DYNAMICS
3.1 System and surroundings, Types of System and suitable illustrations
3.2 Thermodynamic property- extensive and intensive
3.3 First law of thermodynamics.
3.4 Function ,Internal energy, Enthalpy
3.5 Rule of assigning sign to work done(W) and heat transferred (Q) as positive and negative.
3.6 Molar heat capacity- at constant volume (Cv) and at Constant pressure (Cp). the relationship Cp - Cv = R
3.7 Adiabatic change, Isothermal change , Reversible process, Irreversible process
3.8 Derivation equation for Adiabatic Expansion of an Ideal gas.
PV ? = Constant
3.9 Second law of thermodynamics
3.10 Aspects of thermo-chemistry & Phenomenon of heat of reaction.
3.11 Types of heat of reactions – Exothermic and endothermic processes with examples
3.12 State Hess's law of constant heat Summation.
3.13 Problems applying Hess's law.
4
BASIC CONCEPTS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
4.1 Basic Concepts: Common ion Effect, Solubility Product, Ionic product, Salt hydrolysis
4.2 State conditions for precipitation Considering Ip and Ksp
4.3 Application of H2S and NH4CL in inorganic qualitative analysis
4.4 Volumetric analysis
-4.4.1 Acid-base titration
-4.4.2 Complex metric titration
-4.4.3 Oxidation-reduction titration
-4.4.4 Precipitation titration
4.5 Chromatography
-4.5.1 Classification of chromatography
-4.5.2 (a) Paper chromatography
(b) Gas Chromatography
5
SURFACE CHEMISTRY
5.1 Adsorption, Adsorbate, Definition of Adsorbent
5.2 Classification of adsorption: Physical adsorption and Chemisorption
5.3 Types of solution: True solution, Suspension and colloidal solution
5.4 Classification of colloidal solution
5.5Lyophobic and Lyophilic sol.
5.6 Methods of preparing colloidal Solutions.
5.6.1 Condensation methods
5.6.2 Dispersion methods
5.7 Purification of colloidal solutions
-5.7.1 Dialysis
-5.7.2 Ultra filtration
5.8 Important properties of colloidal solution and explain the following in details
-5.8.1 Scattering of light (Tyndall effect)
-5.8.2 Brownian movement
-5.8.3 Electrophoresis
-5.8.4 Electro osmosis
5.9 Emulsion & Gels.
-5.7.1 Types of emulsion
-5.7.2 Cleansing action of soap
5.10 Application of colloids Smoke precipitation, Purification of water, Sewage treatment, Leather tanning etc.
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ELECTROMETRIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS
6.1 Defintion the term " Electrode ' the Types of Electrodes
6.2 Distinction among the :
Inert electrode, Working electrode & Reference electrode; with suitable Illustrations.
6.3 Construction & Working of reference electrode:
-6.3.1 Hydrogen electrode
-6.3.2 Calomel electrode
-6.3.3 Quinhydrone electrode
-6.3.4 Glass electrode
-6.3.5 Ag/ Agcl/ Kcl electrode
6.4 p
H & p
OH, give their relationship
-6.4.1 Methods used to determine p H of given solution by—
- p H paper, - p H meter & - Universal indicator methods.
6.4.2 Problem to ascertain p
H and p OH.
6.5 pH metry titration
6.6 Potentiometry titration.
6.7 Various aspects of conductometric titration
6.8 Kohlrausch Law of independent Migration of ions.
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PREPARATION OF STANDARD SOLUTION
7.1 Different methods of expressing concentration.
i) Weight/Weight method (W /W)
ii) Weight/Volume method (W/V)
7.1.1 Types of W/W methods
-Molality (M),
-Mole fraction (X),
-Parts per million (PPM)
7.1.2 Different types of W/V Methods.
i) gms/liter
ii) Normality (N)
iii) Molarity (M)
iv) Formality (F)
v) P.P.M. / mg/liter
7.1.3 Problems on them.
7.2 Types of different standards
i) Primary standards
ii) Secondary standards
7.2.1 Conditions for primary standard
7.2.2 Procedure for preparing primary standard Solution.
7.2.3 Primary standard for standardization of
i) Acids
ii) Bases
iii) FeSo4 7H2O
iv) KMnO4 &
v) AgNO3.
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INDUSTRIALLY IMPORTANT COMPOUNDS
8.1 Caustic soda-Manufacture and uses
8.2 Ammonia- Manufacture and uses
8.3 Suphuric Acid- Manufacture and uses
8.4 Potassium Dichromate- Manufacture and uses