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Paper I : (Theory) Inorganic Chemistry 

Code : 09010107

S. No / Section Topic Learning Objective (At the end of the session the students should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Hours
A

 

Gaseous States

1.       Maxwell’s   distribution of  velocities   and   energies   (derivation excluded)

2.       Calculation  of  root  mean  square  velocity,  average velocity and most probable velocity.

3.       Collision diameter, collision number, collision frequency and mean free path.

4.       Deviation of Real gases for  ideal behaviour.

5.        Derivation of Vander Waal’s Equation of  State, its application in the calculation of Boyle’s temperature (compression factor)

6.       Explanation of  behaviour of real gases using Vander Waal’s equation

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to demonstrate the diffewrence between root  mean  square  velocity,  average velocity and most probable velocity and their distribution using   Maxwell’s   distribution of  velocities   and   energies   equations. Students should reproduce the differrnce between ideal and real gases and be able to perform the derivation od Vander Waal’s equation. At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to reproduce the meaning of Collision diameter, collision number, collision frequency and mean free path Students be shown clear picture of distribution of velocities and difference between root  mean  square  velocity,  average velocity and most probable velocity be made clear by giving various type of examples. Students must be explained Collision diameter, collision number, collision frequency and mean free path with examples. The difference between ideal gas and real gas must clear to them. Numerical question must be discussed in the class. White Board- Marker Pen. PBL, SIS, Tutorials, Video, Audio, Models, Lab Visits, Teacher Seminar 12
 

B

 

Critical  Phenomenon

1.       Critical  temperature,  Critical  pressure, critical  volume  and  their determination.

2.       PV   isotherms  of  real gases,  continuity  of  states,  the   isotherms  of  Vander  Waal’s equation,   relationship   between   critical   constants   and   Vander Waal”s  constants.

3.       Critical compressibility  factor.  The Law of corresponding  states. Lequifaction of gases

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to demonstrate Critical  temperature,  Critical  pressure, critical  volume  and  their determination.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to reproduce PV   isotherms  of  real gases,  continuity  of  states,  the   isotherms  of  Vander  Waal’s equation,   relationship   between   critical   constants   and   Vander Waal”s  constants.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able toenumerate  Critical compressibility  factor.  The Law of corresponding  states. Lequifaction of gases

 

Critical phenomenon be explained by giving examples using data of  number of gases  from the literature .  Concept of PV PV   isotherms  of  real gases,  continuity  of  states,  the   isotherms  of  Vander  Waal’s equation,   relationship   between   critical   constants   and   Vander Waal”s  constants must be discussed in detaail along with numericals. Procees of lequifaction of gases must be explained in the class. White Board- Marker Pen, PBL, SIS, Tutorials, Video, Audio, Models, Lab Visits, Teacher Seminar 10
 

C

 

 

Liquid State

1.       Structure  of  liquids.

2.       Properties   of  liquids  –  surface  tension,

3.       Viscosity

4.        Vapour   pressure    and

5.       Optical   rotations    and    their determination

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able reproduce the theories related to structure of liquid At the end of the training / teaching students must be able demonstrate  that their understanding of the following prperties of liquids , surface tention, viscosity, vapour pressure, optical rotation abd their determination. . Structure of liquids be explained by showing models. The properties of the liquid must be discussed with real examples . The deterimination of properties of liquid be explained by showing the pictures of the appratus. White Board- Marker Pen ,PBL, SIS, Tutorials, Video, Audio, Models, Lab Visits, Teacher Seminar 14
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