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Curriculum | Inorganic Special I (Code 09040301) | Third Sem | Master of Chemistry

Curriculum

Inorganic Special I (Code 09040301)

S.N/Unit Topic Learning Objectives Teaching guidelines Methodology Time                         (Hours)
1 Study of Vibrational Spectroscopy Symmetry and shapes of AB2, AB3,AB4.AB5 and AB6 To cover symmetry and shapes of AB2, AB3, AB4, AB5 and AB6;  Modes of bonding of ambidentate ligands- Ethylenediamine and diketonate complexes; Application of resonance Raman Spectroscopy particularly for the study of active sites of metalloproteins as myoglobin and haemoglobin Presentation 15
Modes of bonding of ambidentate ligands- Ethylenediamine and diketonate complexes Presentation
Application of resonance Raman Spectroscopy particularly for the study of active sites of metalloproteins as myoglobin and haemoglobin Presentation
2 Study of Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy The Principle To cover the principle of Electron Spin Resonance; presentation of the spectrum; hyperfine coupling and hyperfine splitting in various structures; factors affecting magnitude of g;  zero field splitting and Kramer’s degeneracy;applications to transition metal complexes having one and more than one unpaired electron; applications to inorganic free radicals; study of electron exchange reactions Conventional 15
Presentation of the spectrum Presentation
Hyperfine coupling and hyperfine splitting in various structures Presentation
Factors affecting magnitude of g Conventional
Zero field splitting and Kramer’s degeneracy Presentation
Applications to transition metal complexes having one and more than one unpaired electron Presentation
Applications to inorganic free radicals Presentation
Study of electron exchange reactions. Conventional
3 Study of Moessbauer Spectroscopy Basic principles To cover basic principles, spectral display and isomer shift; factors affecting magnitude of isomer shift; quadrupole and magnetic hyperfine splitting; applications for techniques to study structure and bonding of Fe and Sn compounds; detection of oxidation states and nature of M-L bond Conventional 8
Spectral display and  isomer shift Presentation
Factors affecting the magnitude of isomer shift Conventional
Quadrupole and magnetic hyperfine interaction Presentation
The applications for techniques to  study  bonding and structure of Fe2+, Fe3+ ;  Sn2+ and Sn4+ compounds. Presentation
Detection of oxidation states and  nature of M-L bond. Presentation
Study of Mass spectrometry Principle and  representation To cover principle and representation; interactions of molecule with high energy electrons; interpretation of mass spectrum and effect of isotopes on appearance of mass spectrum; applications Conventional 7
Interaction of molecule with high energy electrons Presentation
Interpretation of mass spectrum and  effect of isotopes on appearance of mass spectrum. Presentation
Applications- finger print application,molelcular weight determination Presentation
Heat of sublimation of high melting solids. Conventional
4 Study of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy  Chemical shifts and coupling constants of 19F and 31P NMR spectra To cover chemical shifts and coupling constants of 19F and 31P NMR spectra; 19F spectra of fluoroacetone,1-bromo-1-Fluoroethane, dimethyl phosphorus trifluoride and bromine pentafluoride;31P spectra of HPF2 HPO(OH)2 H2 PO(OH), cis- Pt(Pet3)2 Cl2; 31P NMR for structural determination of Complexes with phosphorus ligands.E50 Presentation 7
19F Spectra of fluoroacetone,  1-bromo-1-Fluoroethane, dimethyl phosphorus trifluoride and bromine pentafluoride Presentation
31P spectra of HPF2 HPO(OH)2 H2 PO(OH), cis- Pt(Pet3)2 Cl2 Presentation
31P NMR for structural determination of Complexes with phosphorus ligands.E50 Presentation
Spectra of Paramagnetic Materials Contact shift, its origin and application To cover contact shift, its origin and application; pseudo contact shift of diamagnetic complexes; spectra of free radicals and Lanthanide shift reagents; magnetic susceptibility measurement; solid state NMR- wide line NMR; magic angle spinning and applications of magnetic resonance imaging. Presentation 4
Pseudo contact shift of  Diamagnetic complexes Presentation
Spectra of free radicals and  Lanthanide shift Reagents Presentation
Magnetic susceptibility measurement Conventional
Solid state NMR- Wide line NMR Conventional
Magic Angle spinning and give applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Presentation
Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy Introduction and  Nuclear Quadropole Moment, Electric field gradient and Asymmetry Parameter. To cover introduction and nuclear quadrupole moment, electric field gradient and asymmetry parameter; nuclear quadrupole transitions; effect of an external magnetic field; applications- chemical bonding and structure, solid state effects, hydrogen bonding Conventional 4
Nuclear Quadrupole Transitions: Axially symmetric and Non-symmetric Molecules. Presentation
Effect of an External magnetic field. Presentation
Applications: Chemical Bonding and Structure, solid state effects, hydrogen bonding Conventional
Admission 2017