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Curriculum | Techniques in Chemistry Paper Code: 09040208 | Second Sem | Master of Chemistry

Curriculum

Techniques in Chemistry Paper Code: 09040208

S.No. Topic Learning objectives Teaching Guidlines  Methodology   Time
1 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

1.Principles, 2.Instrumentation, Sensitivity and detection limits,

3. Interferences in AAS and their elimination.

 

Students will be able to

1. Learn the fundamental principles of Atomic Absorption

2. Understand when to use flame burners and graphite furnaces

3. Discuss basic sample preparation principles

4. Explore typical fields of application

 

 

To describe the basic principle of AAS and inform about the latest innovations in instrumentation and software. 1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

 

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2. Atomic Emission Spectroscopy

1. Principles

2. Sources for excitation,

3. Instrumentation,

4. Qualitative and

quantitative Analysis.

 

Students will be able to

1. Learn and understand the basic principle of atomic emission spectroscopy.

2.  To determine determine how much of an element is present in a sample using emission techniques.

To cover the various sources of emission e.g. electrical arc, a flame, or more recently, a plasma.

Explain technique of flame photometry as an application of atomic emission for quantitative analysis.

1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

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3. Flame Photometry

1. Principles,

2. Interferences, Evaluation methods in Flame Photometry,

3. Principle and Applications of TGA and DTA.

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Students will be able to

1. Understand the principle of flame photometry.

2. Explain the applications of flame photometry,
3. Understand the merits and limitations of the flame photometric technique.

1. To describe the different components of a flame
photometer using a diagram.2. Discuss the factors affecting flame photometric determinations.

3. Explain the principle and applications of TGA and DTA

1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

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3. Nanomaterials Technology:

1. Nanomaterials and their historical perspective.

2. Applications of

nanoscience and nanotechnology in various fields.

3. Unique properties of nanomaterials due to their nanosize, Quantum dots,

4. Techniques for their synthesis:- Hydrothermal, Solvothermal, Microwave irradiation, sol-gel, Precipitation, Reverse Micelle Synthesis, Physical Vapour deposition (PVD), Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD), Electro deposition,

5. Characterization of nanomaterials by X-ray diffraction (XRD), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Energy dispersive X-ray Analysis. Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), Atomic Force microscopy (AFM) techniques.

6. Properties of

nanostructured materials:  opticals, magnetic, chemical and photo catalytic properties.

 

1. To provide the students with knowledge and the basic understanding of nanotechnology.

2. Students will understand why with only a reduction
in size and no change in substance, materials can
exhibit new properties.

3.  Students will understand the various methods for the synthesis of nanomaterials and their importance.

4. Design, production and application of structures,
devices and materials.

5. To characterization and properties of various nanomaterials

1. To describe the students about  nanotechnology as the
manipulation of matter at the scale of atoms and
molecules;2. explain with various
examples the application of nanotechnology.

3. Explain  the principles of Nano production

1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

 

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4. Purification of organic compounds using

1.chromatographic    techniques:

2. paper chromatography,

3. Thin- Layer Chromatography,

4. Column Chromatography, 5. High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC),

6. Gas Chromatography,

7. Ion-Exchange Chromatography,

8. Counter- Current distribution and Electrophoresis

 

1. Students will be able to understand the importance and principle of chromatography in the organic synthesis.

2. Students will be able to explain principle of various chromatography techniques

1. Explain the advantage of differential solubility of different components of a mixture for the purification using chromatography.

2. Separate the coloured components in the mixture by ascending paper chromatography and their Rf values.

 

1. Lecture

2. Seminar

3.Discussion with students

4. Assignment

5.discussion on assignment

6.Evaluation of assignment

 

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Admission 2017