Curriculum | B.Sc (Non- Medical) | Paper I: (Theory) Organic Chemistry Code – 09010109

Paper I : (Theory) Organic Chemistry 

Code;09010109

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

 

Hydrogen Bonding & VanderWaals  Forces :

1.       Hydrogen   Bonding  –   Definition,  Types,  effects   of   hydrogen bonding on properties of substances,

2.       Application Brief discussion of various types of Vander Waals Forces

Metallic Bond and Semiconductors :

1.       Metallic Bond-Brief introduction to metallic bond, band theory of metallic bond Semiconductors-

2.       Introduction, types  and applications.

S-Block Elements :

1.       Comparative  study  of  the  elements  including,  diagonal relationships, salient features of hydrides (methods of preparation excluded),

2.        Solvation and complexation tendencies including their function in biosystems

Chemistry  of Noble Gases      :

1.       Chemical properties of the noble gases with  emphasis  on  their  low chemical reactivity,

2.       Chemistry of xenon, structure and bonding of fluorides, oxides & oxy fluorides of xenon.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to reproduce  hydrogen bonding , metallic bonding and Vander –Waals forces in the molecules. At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to demostrate diagonal relationships, salient features of hydrides in the p block elements. . At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to enumerate   chemistry and structure of xenon and  its compounds. To cover Hydrogen   Bonding  , Vander Waals forces , metallic bond and semiconductors in detail along with various examples.

 

To explain in detail  Comparative  study  diagonal relationships, salient features of  hydride,

Solvation and complexation tendencies of  P- Block elements  along with good number of illustrations.

 

To explain the chemical properties of noble gases with the empasis on the reactivity , structure of fluorides, oxides & oxy fluorides

 

 

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B

 

p-block elements  :

1.       Emphasis on comparative study of properties of p-block elements (including   diagonal   relationship   and   excluding   methods   of preparation).

Boron family (13thgp):-

2.       Diborane – properties and structure (as an example of electron – deficient compound and multicentre bonding),

3.       Borazene–chemical properties and structure Trihalides of Boron–Trends in few is acid character structure of aluminium (III) chloride..

Carbon Family(14thgroup)

4.       Catenation,  p ˑ– d ˑ bonding  (an  idea),  carbides,  fluorocarbons, silicates   (structural   aspects),

5.        Silicons   –   general   methods   of preparations ,properties and uses.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to reproduce structure and properties of boron and carbon  family. To explain in detail  Comparative  study  diagonal relationships, salient features of  hydride,

Solvation and complexation tendencies of  P- Block elements  along with good number of illustrations including boron family, carbon family.

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C

 

 

p-block elements :

Nitrogen Family

1.       Oxides – structures of oxides of N,P.   oxyacids – structure

2.        Relative acid strengths of oxy acids of Nitrogen and phosphorus. Structure of white, yellow and red phosphorus.

Oxygen Family

3.       Oxy acids  of  sulphur  –  structures  and  acidic  strength  H2O2

Halogen Family  

4.       Basic  properties  of  halogen,  inter halogens  types  properties,

5.        Hydro and oxy acids of chlorine – structure and comparison of acid strength

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to reproduce structure and properties of nitrogen , oxygen  and halogen  family. To explain in detail  Comparative  study  diagonal relationships, salient features of  hydride,

Solvation and complexation tendencies of  P- Block elements  along with good number of illustrations including nitrogen family, oxygen family and halogen family.

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