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Curriculum | B.Sc (Non- Medical) | (Theory) Inorganic Chemistry Code;09010607

Curriculum

(Theory) Inorganic Chemistry  Code;09010607

S.No. Topic Learning objectives Teaching Guidlines  Methodology Time (Hrs)
1 Organometallic Chemistry:

1. Definition, nomenclature and classification of organometallic  compounds.

2. Preparation, properties, and bonding of alkyls of Li,Al,  Hg,  and Sn

3. Brief  account  of  metal- ethylenic  complexes, mononuclear   carbonyls   and   the   nature   of   bonding   in   metal carbonyls.

Students will be able to

1. Recognize organometallic ligands and compounds

2. understand and explain carbonyl compounds

To cover the nomenclature and classification of different organomettalic compounds with suitable examples, Preparation, properties, and bonding of alkyls of Li,Al,  Hg,  and Sn, nature of bonding in carbonyls.

 

1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

 

 

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2.  Acids and Bases, HSAB Concept

1. Arrhenius, Bronsted–Lowry, the Lux– Flood, Solvent system

2. Lewis concepts of acids & bases, relative strength of acids & bases,

3. Concept of Hard and Soft Acids & Bases.

4. Symbiosis, electronegativity and hardness and softness.

Students will be able 1. To understand the various concepts of acids and basis

2. To distinguish between the hard and soft acids and bases

 

To cover the definition of acids and bases on the different theories,

Factors affecting the acidity and basicity, strong and weak acids and bases.

1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

 

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3. Silicones and Phosphazenes

Silicones and phosphazenes, their   preparation, properties, structure and uses.

Students will be able to draw the structures of silicones and phosphazenes and explain their properties To describe the bonding, nomenclature, preparation, properties of silicones and phosphazenes with suitable examples. 1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

 

 

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Bioinorganic Chemistry

1. Essential and  trace  elements   in   biological processes,

2. Metalloporphyrins   with   special   reference   to   haemoglobin   and myoglobin.

3. Biological role of alkali and alkaline earth metal ions with special reference to Ca2+. Nitrogen fixation.

Students will be able to understand the role of elements in biosystem and their structure To cover the abundance and occurrence of different trace elemts, complexes formed by alkali and alkaline earth metals and their role and importance in biosystem. 1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

 

 

 

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