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Curriculum | Title: Physical Chemistry-II (Code-09040202) | Second Sem | Master of Chemistry

Curriculum

Title: Physical Chemistry-II (Code-09040202)

S.No Topic Learning Objectives Teaching Guidelines  Methodology Hours
  Unit I        
1 Schrodinger wave equation for a particle in a three dimensional box. Students should able to understand three dimensional box Raise question on Quantumn mechanice Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 1 hrs
2 The concept of degeneracy among energy levels for a particle in three dimensional box Need to derive the eqautions Deliver lecture and derive equations minutely group problems 2 hrs
3 Schrodinger wave equation for a linear harmonic oscillator & its solution by polynomial method. Must know the Oscillator, derivation and apply Problem solving on this topic Lecture and internet based learning 3 hrs
4 Zero point energy of a particle possessing harmonic motion and its consequence Learn to Zero point energy, Discuss and explain Using board and marker for derivations 2 hrs
5 Schrodinger wave equation for three dimensional Rigid rotator, energy of  rigid rotator, space quantization; Schrodinger wave equation for hydrogen atom The student will be able to understand the derivations for Schrodinger wave equation in different systems Select and apply computer assisted learning 2 hrs
6 Separation of variable in polar spherical coordinates and its solution, principle, azimuthal and magnetic quantum numbers and the magnitude of their values Able to separate the spherical polar cordinates helps stydents visualize chemistry and improve problem solving skills Using board and marker for derivations
7 Probability distribution function, radial distribution function and shape of atomic orbitals (s,p & d). Learn to know probability functions and its applications develop skills and build confidence Homework 1 hrs
  Unit II
1 Brief resume of first and second Law of thermodynamics, Entropy changes in reversible and irreversible processes; variation of entropy with temperature , pressure and volume, entropy concept as a measure of unavailable thermodynamic derivation The student will be able to know the law, thermodynamic parameters recognise the relationship between the thermodynamic parameters helps stydents visualize chemistry and improve problem solving skills 2 hrs
3 Third law of thermodynamics (Nernest heat theorem, determination of absolute entropy, unattainability of absolute zero) and its limitation. Learn to know the Nernest heat theorem, determination of absolute entropy discuss problems presented mathematically allow students to work at their own pace until they master concepts 3 hrs
4 Phase Rule, Phase diagram for two completely miscible components systems Learn to know the phase rule and diagram Lecture should be problem based develop skills and build confidence 3 hrs
6 Concepts of fugacity, fugacity of gases and its determination, Activity and activity coefficient, choice of standard states, determination of activity coefficient for solute and solvent. Students Learn the fugacity, activity,and interactions understand the conceptual idea helps students studying university chemistry books in the library 3 hrs
carry out the mathematical activities and comparison the other earliar concepts improve learning and grades 3 hrs
provide insight to students performance
motivate students learning
1 Chain reactions: hydrogen – bromine reaction, pyrolysis of acetaldehyde, decomposition of ethane Derivation and apply of chain reactions make guess and carry out the tasks and problems spend more time teaching
2 Photochemical reactions (hydrogen – bromine & hydrogen -chlorine reactions Know to get the kinetics of photochemical reactions justify the results of activities monitor students progress 3 hrs
3 General treatment of chain reactions  (ortho -para hydrogen conversion and hydrogen – bromine reactions), apparent activation energy of chain reactions, chain length Students able to know the chain reactions, and Rice- Herzfeld mechanism of organic molecules decomposition, Branching chain reactions and explosions Search and investigate the mathematical and conceptual approch Using board and marker for derivations 4 hrs
4 Rice- Herzfeld mechanism of organic molecules decomposition(acetaldehyde)  Branching chain reactions and explosions ( H2 – O2 reaction) 3 hrs
5 Kinetics of (one intermediate) enzymatic reaction : Michaelis – Menton treatment, evaluation of Michaelis ‘s constant for enzyme – substrate binding by Lineweaver – Burk  plot and Eadie- Hofstae methods, Competitive and non-competitive inhibition. Students able to derive the kinetics and apply in enzymes Study the theory and corelate with sovalent interactions Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 2 hrs
  Unit IV
1 Ionic movement under the influence of an electric field , mobility of ions, ionic drift velocity and its relation with current density. Students should able tograsp the ionic movements and its related relations spend more time teaching monitor students performance and spend more time in teaching 3 hrs
2 Einstein relation between the absolute mobility and diffusion coefficient, the Stokes- Einstein relation Able to make relation between mobilty and diffusion coefficients Lecture should be problem based presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 1 hrs
3 The Nernst -Einstein equation, Waldens rule, the Rate- Process approach to ionic migration Students should able to understand Nernst -Einstein equation, Waldens rule, the Rate- Process approach to ionic migration justify the results of activities Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 3 hrs
4 The Rate process equation for equivalent conductivity, total driving force for ionic  transport,
5 Nernst – Planck Flux equation, ionic drift and diffusion potential
6 The Onsager phenomenological equations.  The basic equation for the diffusion, Planck- Henderson equation for the diffusion potential