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Title: General Spectroscopy (Code-09040207)

S.no. Topic Learning Objectives Teaching guidelines Methodology Time
1 Unit -1                                                                               Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter, regions of the Spectrum the width and intensity of spectral transitions. Resolving power. Student should be able to understand how EMR radaition interact with matter and gives rotational and Vibrational spectra and how it can be utilised To cover interaction of molecule with electromagnetic radaitions, rotational and vibrational spectra principal and its application in a diatomic and polyatomic molecule, Fortrat Diagram, Franck-condon Principle 1. Lecture,                    2. seminar                    3. Group discussion       4. Assignment               5. Evaluation 10
The rotation of molecules, rotational spectra of diatomic molecules,  the spectrum of non rigid rotator, the effect of isotopic substitutions rotational spectra of linear and symmetric top polyatomic molecules.
The vibrating diatomic molecule; simple harmonic vibrations, anharmonicity of vibrations, the diatomic vibrating rotator, the interaction of rotations and vibrations the vibrations of polyatomic molecules, analysis by infrared technique.
Electronic spectra of diatomic molecules, vibrational course structure, and rotational fine structure of electronic band.  The Frank- Condon principle, intensity of vibrational-electronic band, dissociation energy, the Fortrat diagram.
2 Unit -2                                                                                  Energy levels in diatomic molecules, introduction to electronic transition, Student should be able to understand how IR spectroscopy can be utilized in Inorganic Chemistry To explain about the electronic and vibrational excitation, and application of infrared spectroscopy in inorganic chemistry in detail 1. Lecture,                    2. seminar                    3. Group discussion       4. Assignment               5. Evaluation 8
Assignment of transitions, Spectra of transition metal complexes, Orgel diagrams.
Applications of spin-spin coupling to structure alignment of inorganic compounds,
evaluation of reaction rates of fast exchange reactions.
The double resonance technique. Application of infra-red spectroscopy to the determination of inorganic compounds.
3  Unit – 3                                                                                        Spin active  nuclei, chemical shift, shielding and deshielding, internal standards, spin-spin coupling, equivalent and non- Equivalent Protons, Students should be able to under satnd the principal and applcation of NMR spectroscopy To cover the principle and general characterstics of NMR spectroscopy, Shielding and Deshielding effect, Chemical shift, anisotropic effect, spin- spin coulpling and application of spectroscopt in structure elucidation of organic compounds 1. Lecture,                    2. seminar                    3. Group discussion       4. Assignment               5. Evaluation 12
effect of changing solvents and hydrogen bonding on chemical shifts,  anisotropic effect.
Principles and Applications of UV, IR and NMR Spectra in the structure elucidation of Organic Compounds.