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«M.Sc., DEGREE [Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)] Branch IV (A) CHEMISTRY (Specializations in Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry) REGULATIONS ...»

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CHE C10 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL

Hours L T P C

1. Organic analysis – separation of two-component mixture and identification of components. The components are to be separated, purified and derivatives are to be prepared. The physical constants of the compounds and derivatives are to be found out.

2. Organic preparations involving double stages:

a. Sym-tribromobenzene from aniline.

b. meta-nitrobenzoic acid from methyl benzoate c. para -nitroaniline from acetanilide.

d. Benzanilide from benzophenone.

e. meta-nitroaniline from nitrobenzene f. Anthraquinone from phthalic anhydride.

Reference Books

1. B.S.Furniss, A.J.Hannaford,, P.W.G.Smith and A.R.Tatchell, Vogel’s Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th edn. ELBS, 1989.

2. Raj K. Bansal, Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry, III Edn., New Age International (P) Ltd.1996.

CHE C11 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL

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1. Semimicro Qualitative Analysis Qualitative analysis employing semimicro methods and spot tests of mixtures of common cations and ions of the following less familiar elements.

Thallium, Tungsten, Selenium, Tellurium, Molybdenum, Cerium, Thorium, Titanium, Zirconium, Vanadium, Beryllium, Uranium and Lithium.

2. Preparations

About ten preparations involving different techniques selected from the following:

dipyridinium hexachloroplumbate, ortho and para- hydroxyphenylmercuric chloride, potassium cupricchloride, chrome alum, tris(thiourea)copper(I)nitrate, potassium trisoxalatoaluminate(III), potassium trisoxalatochromate(III), potassium trisoxalatoferrate(III), hexamminecobalt(III) chloride, chloropentamminechromium(III) nitrate, tetramminecopper(II) sulphate, ammonium hexachlorostannate(IV).

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Experiments in conductivity, Chemical Kinetics, Phase rule, adsorption and distribution methods

1. Distribution Method a. Determination of concentration of KI solution b. Determination of partition coefficient of iodine between CCl4 and water

2. Phase Rule a. Construction of phase diagram for a simple binary system(naphthalene-phenanthrene).

b. Construction of phase diagram for a three component system (chloroform-water-acetic acid)

3. Adsorption Isotherm a. Adsorption of oxalic acid/acetic acid on charcoal.

4. Kinetics a. Kinetics of potassium iodide and potassium persulphate.

b. Acid hydrolysis of methyl acetate/ethyl acetate

5. Conductometry a. Titration of mixture of acids against strong base b. Titration of KMNO4 Vs Oxalic acid

6. Potentiometry a. Titration of acid Vs strong base b. Titration of mixture of acids Vs strong base Reference Books

1. B.P.Levitt (Ed.), Findlay’s Practical Physical Chemistry, 9th edn., Longman, London,1985.

2. J.N.Gurtu and R.Kapoor, Advanced Experimental Chemistry, Vol.I, S.Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 1980.

CHE C 13 ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL – I

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1) Estimation of Phenol, ketone, carboxylic acid, glucose, ester, amines, ascorbic acid and glycine.

2) Multistage preparation involving a few special reaction techniques: Cannizzaro reaction, Grignard reaction, Fries rearrangement, Beckmann rearrangement and multistage preparation involving oxidations and reductions: Preparation of cyclohexanone, adipic acid, ethyl benzene, benzhydrol and Preparation and stereochemistry of azobenzene Reference Books

1. Raj K. Bansal, Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry, III Edn., New Age International (P) Ltd.,1996.

2. B.S.Furniss, A.J.Hannaford, P.W.G.Smith and A.R.Tatchell, Vogel’s Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th edn. ELBS, 1989.

CHE C15 ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL – II

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1. Extraction of natural products such as caffeine, embelin and piperin.

2. Determination of iodine value and saponification value of oils.

3. Column Chromatographic separation of mixtures of organic compounds

3. Separation and identification of aminoacids and sugars by paper and thin layer Chromatography.

5. Interpretation of spectra of simple organic compounds.

Reference Books

1. Raj K. Bansal, Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry, III Edn., New Age International (P) Ltd.1996.

2. B.S. Furniss, A.J. Hannaford, P.W.G. Smith and A.R.Tatchell, Vogel’s Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th edn. ELBS, 1989.

CHE C 19 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL – I

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1. Titrimetry

a) Complexometric titrations involving the estimation of Ca, Mg, Ni, Zn and hardness of water.

b) Oxidation using cerium and vanadium salts.

2. Spectrophotometric Experiments

a) Compositions and stability using Job’s method

b) Compositions and stability using mole ratio method

c) Determination of Fe3+ with thiocyanate

Colorimetric Estimations:

3.

Estimations of (using Nessler technique and/or spectrophotometry) Copper, iron, Nickel, Manganese, Chromium and Zirconium.





Note: A minimum of six inorganic mixtures containing, two common and two rare elements should be analysed by a student. Each student should do a minimum of six preparations.

Reference Books

1. J. Basset, R.C. Denney, G.H. Jeffery and J. Mendham, Vogel’s text book of quantitative inorganic analysis, ELBS, 1994.

2. W.G. Palmer, Experimental Inorganic Chemistry, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., London, 1972.

3. D.N. Grindley, An advanced course in practical Inorganic Chemistry, Butterworths, 1964.

CHE C 20 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL – II

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1. Quantitative Analysis Volumetric and gravimetric estimations of mixtures of cations like copper and nickel, copper and zinc, iron and nickel, iron and zinc, calcium and magnesium.

2. Preparation, Analysis and Study of the Properties of Co-ordination Complexes Note: Quantitative analysis (involving volumetric and gravimetric estimations) of atleast five mixtures of cations should be done by a student. The volumetric procedure may also include EDTA titrations for the estimation of mixture of cations.

Reference Books

1. J. Basset, R.C. Denney, G.H. Jeffery and J. Mendham, Vogel’s text book of quantitative inorganic analysis, ELBS, 1994.

2. W.G. Palmer, Experimental Inorganic Chemistry, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., London, 1972.

3. D.N. Grindley, An advanced course in practical Inorganic Chemistry, Butterworths, 1964.

CHE C 24 ADVANCED PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL – I

(KINETICS AND CONDUCTOMETRY)

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Experiments in Chemical kinetics, Adsorption and Conductivity measurements:

1. Distribution Method a. Determination of equilibirium constant of a reaction by partition method.

2. Adsorption a. Comparision of acid adsorption on molecular sieves and charcoal b. Comparision of base adsorption on molecular sieves and charcoal c. Comparision of dye adsorption on molecular sieves and charcoal

3. Kinetics a. Determination of orders of the reaction between KI and potassium persulphate b. Salt effect on the kinetics of KI and potassium persulphate c. Determination of energy of activation for an acid catalysed hydrolysis of ester

4. Conductometry a. Determination of dissociation constant of acetic acid by Ostwald’s dilution law b. Verification of Debye-Huckel-Onsager equation c. Determination of order of reaction between ethyl acetate and NaOH d. Solubility product ( Sodium sulphate Vs Barium Chloride).

e. Titration potassium dichromate against FAS.

Reference Books

1. B.P.Levitt (Ed.), Findlay’s Practical Physical Chemistry, 9th Edn., Longman, London,1985.

2. J.N. Gurtu and R. Kapoor, Advanced Experimental Chemistry, Vol.I, S.

Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi,1980.

CHE C 25 ADVANCED PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL –II

(POTENTIOMETRY, METAL FINISHING AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRY)

Hours L T P C

1. Potentiometry a. Titration of mixture of acids Vs strong base b. Titration of KI against standard KMnO4 c. Titration of ferrous ammonium sulphate against potassium dichromate d. Determination of the PH of a given solution by emf method using hydrogen electrode and quinhydrone electrode.

e. Determination of the composition and instability constant of a complex by mole ratio method.

f. Determination of the formation constant of silver ammonia complex and stoichiometry of the complex potentiometrically.

g. Determination of pH of the given buffer solution using quinhydrone electrode h. Determination of the dissociation constant of weak acid i. Precipitation titration between KCl/KI Vs AgNO3 j. Precipitation titration mixture of halides Vs AgNO3 k. Determination of solubility product of AgCl.

2. Spectrophotometry a. Determination of the pH of the given solutions using buffer solutions.

b. Verification of Beer-Lambert’s Law

3. Metal Finishing a. To electrodeposit copper/Nickel on a given Mild steel b. To anodize the given aluminium specimen c. To electropolish the given specimen (Al or SS) d. To polish the given Al foil chemically and to find out the rate of polishing Reference Books

1. B.P.Levitt (Ed.), Findlay’s Practical Physical Chemistry, 9th edn., Longman, London,1985.

2. J.N.Gurtu and R.Kapoor, Advanced Experimental Chemistry, Vol.I, S.Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi 1980.

ELECTIVE PAPERS

CHE E01 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Hours L T P C UNIT I Analytical Data, Treatment and Evaluation Definition of Terms – Mean, Median, Precision and accuracy; Errors in chemical analysis- systematic errors and random errors.

Treatment of data - Basic statistical concepts and frequency distribution, Average and measure of dispersion; Significance of Gaussian distribution curves; Null hypothesis;

confidence interval of mean, Criteria for rejection of data; Regression and correlation;

quality control and control chart.

UNIT II Sampling and sample handling Objectives and sampling – sample handling, transfer and storage samples;

Microchemical laboratory - Design, safety screen, fume chamber, heating, water supply, dry box/glove box, Microbalance, quartz balance, fiber microgram balance.

Trace analysis in solution- Nature of trace analysis, scale of working sensitivity, sources of errors; Contamination control in trace analysis.

UNIT III Titrimetric Analysis Neutralization reactions – theory of acid-base titrations, mono and polyprotic systems, Titration curves and feasibility of reactions, Indicators-theory and choice, calculation of pH during titrations at different stages.

Redox titrations – Redox potentials, theory and feasibility of redox titration, redox indicators, their choice and application.

Precipitation titrations – Theory and types, Volhard, Mohr and Fejan’s methods.

UNIT IV Complexometric Titrations Complexometric titrations – Theory, stepwise and overall formation constants, titration involving monodendate (Cl-) and multidentate ligands (EDTA); Metallochromic indicators – theory and choice; Masking and demasking reagents; Direct, indirect (including substitution) titration and applications.

UNIT V Computer Applications in Chemistry BASIC constants and variables; BASIC expressions; BASIC statements-Input and Output statements; Transfer and control statements; programming in BASIC only for calculation of equilibrium constants pH of an acidic and basic buffers.

MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS-Power Point and Internet usages.

Text Books

1. D.A.Skoog and D.M.West, Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry, Holt Rinehart and Winston Publications, IV Edn, 1982.

2. D.A. Skoog, D.M. West, F.J. Holler and S.R. Crouch, Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry, Thomson Asia Pte Ltd., Singapore, Viiith Edn., 2004.

3. D.A. Skoog, Principles of Instrumental Analysis, Saunders College Pub.Co, III Edn., 1985.

4. J.G. Dick, Analytical Chemistry, McGraw Hill Publishers, 1974.

5. T.S.Ma and V. Horak, Microscale-Manipulations, John, Wiley and Sons, 1976.

6. P.C.Jurns, T.L. Isenhour and C.C. Wilkins, BASIC Programming for Chemists, JW.& Sons 1987.

7. K.V. Raman, Computers in Chemistry, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1993.

8. A.I Vogel, Text Book of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis, Pearson V Edn., 2001.

Reference Books

1. Albert Paul Malvino, BASIC Programming, PMH Publishers, III Edn., 1984.

2. N.Subramanian, Programming for BASIC, A.H. Wheeler and Co. Pvt.Ltd III Edn.,1987

3. Willard, Merit, Dean and Settle, Instrumental Methods of Analysis, CBS Publishers and Distributors, IV Edn.,1989

4. G. D. Christian and J.E.O Reilly, Instrumental Analysis, Allyn and Bacon Inc, II Edn., 1986.

5. G.W.Ewing, Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis, McGraw Hill Pub, 1975.

6. A.I Vogel, Text Book of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis, ELBS III Edn., 1987.

CHE E02 INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

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UNIT I Absorption, Emission and Reflection Spectroscopy Absorption spectrometry – Beer Lamberts law; Spectrophotometry: UV visible spectroscopy- photometric titrations; Fluorimetry, turbidimetry and nephelometry.

Flame Photometry–Theory, instrumentation and a few important applications;

Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) – Theory, instrumentation and applications;

Atomic fluorescence.

UNIT II Infra-red and Raman Spectroscopy

Infra-red spectroscopy – Theory and instrumentation - source, monochromators, detectors; dispersive and non dispersive instruments; sample handling techniques;

qualitative analysis and quantitative applications.



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