Curriculum | B.Sc (Non- Medical) | Paper I : (Theory) Physical Chemistry Code 09010208

Curriculum

Paper I : (Theory) Physical Chemistry

Code;09010208

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

 

Kinetics-I

1.       Rate of  reaction ,rate equation,

2.       factors influencing the rate of a reaction – concentration, temperature, pressure, solvent, light, catalyst.

3.       Order of a reaction, integrated rate expression for zero order, first order, second and third order reaction.

4.       Half  life  period of a reaction.

5.       Methods of determination of order of reaction,

Kinetics-II

6.       Effect  of  temperature  on  the  rate  of  reaction  –  Arrhenius equation.

7.       Theories of reaction rate – Simple collision theory for unimolecular and bimolecular collision.

8.       Transition state theory of Bimolecular reactions.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to demonstrate effect of rate of reaction on concentration, temperature, pressure, solvent, light, catalyst. At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to enumerate  Order of a reaction. Half  life  period of a reaction and  Methods of  determination of order of reaction.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able toreproduce Arrhenius equation, Simple collision theory , Transition state theory of Bimolecular reactions.

To cover zero order , first order, second order reaction and third order reaction along with examples. . To explain the effect of various factors such as  concentration, temperature, pressure, solvent, light, catalyst on rate equation along with exampleo cover half life period of reaction and determination of order of the reaction.   To explain Arrhenius equation , simple collision theory and transition state theory of bimoleclar reaction. To practice numericals on  all the topics.

 

 

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B

 

Electrochemistry-I :

1.       Electrolytic conduction, factors affecting electrolytic conduction, specific, conductance,

2.       molar conductance, equivalent conductance and  relation  among  them,      their  variation  with  concentration.

3.       Arrhenius theory of ionization, Ostwald’s Dilution Law.

4.        4. Debye- Huckel – Onsager’s equation for strong electrolytes (elementary treatment only)

5.       Transport number, definition and determination by Hittorfs methods,(numerical included).

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to demonstrate the basic concepts of electrochemistry. At the end of the training / teaching students must be able to reproduce specific, conductance,

molar conductance, equivalent conductance, Arrhenius theory of ionization, Ostwald’s Dilution Law , Debye- Huckel – Onsager’s equation, Transport number, definition and determination by Hittorfs methods,(numerical included

To cover Electrolytic conduction, factors affecting electrolytic conduction, specific, conductance,

molar conductance, equivalent conductance and  relation  among  them,      their  variation  with  concentration. To practice numericals on these concepts.

To explain Arrhenius theory of ionization, Ostwald’s Dilution Law.  Debye- Huckel – Onsager’s equation for strong electrolytes (elementary treatment only)  Transport number, definition and determination by Hittorfs methods. To practice numerical  related to theses topics.

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C

 

 

Electrochemistry-II :

Kohlarausch’s Law,  calculation of molar ionic conductance and effect of viscosity  temperature & pressure on it.   Application of  Kohlarausch’s Law   in   calculation   of   conductance   of   weak electrolytes  at  infinite  dilution.    Applications of conductivity   measurements:     determination   of   degree     of dissociation, determination of Ka  of acids determination of solubility product of sparingly soluble salts, conductometric titrations.  Definition of pH and pKa, Buffer solution, Buffer action, Henderson  –  Hazel equation, Buffer mechanism of buffer action.

 

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able toperform  Kohlarausch’s Law.s applications including the effect of  viscosity  temperature & pressure on conductance.

At the end of the training / teaching students must be able reproduce Definition of pH and pKa, Buffer solution, Buffer action, Henderson  –  Hazel equation, Buffer mechanism of buffer action

To cover Kohlarausch’s Law and its applications along with numerical questions.  To explain Definition of pH and pKa, Buffer solution, Buffer action, Henderson  –  Hazel equation, Buffer mechanism of buffer action and practice numerical based on these topics.

 

White Board- Marker Pen ,PBL, SIS, Tutorials, Video, Audio, Models, Lab Visits, Teacher Seminar 10
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