Curriculum
Title: Physical ChemistryIII (Code09040309)
S.No 
Topic 
Learning Objectives 
Teaching Guidelines 
Methodology 
Hours 

Unit I 




1 
Spin and an applied field; the nature of spinning particles, Interaction between spin and magnetic field, Larmor precession, population of energy levels 
Students should able to understand the spin and influence on magnetic particles 
Problem solving on this topic 
Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 
2 hrs 
2 
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Hydrogen Nuclei, the chemical shift, the coupling constant, coupling between several nuclei, Analysis by NMR technique 
Able to know the NMR, techniques, Coupling 
Discuss and explain 
Lecture and internet based learning 
3 hrs 
3 
Exchange phenomena, simplication of complex spectra  Understand how to interpret spectra and simply 
helps stydents visualize chemistry and improve problem solving skills 
Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 
2 hrs 

Unit II 

1 
The theory of E.S.R. the position of E.S.R. absorption, The g factor, the fine and hyperfine structures of E.S.R. absorption 
able to know new ESR spectra, diference between fine and hyperfine structures 
Lecture should be problem based 
improve learning and grades by presentation, audio visual 
2 hrs 
2 
Applications of E.S.R. spectroscopy, The theory of MossBauer spectroscopy 
Learn to apply ESR and understand Moss Bauer Spectroscopy 
discuss problems presented mathematically 
allow students to work at their own pace until they master concepts 
3 hrs 
3 
The chemical shift quadrupole effects, the effect of magnetic field, Application of MossBauer spectroscopy 
Learn to know chemical shift, quadropole effects, and application 
Lecture should be problem based 
develop skills and build confidence 
2 hrs 

Unit III 

1 
Definition of corrosion, importance and cost of corrosion classification of corrosion  Students be able to know corrosion, classification, cost 
motivate students learning 
2 hrs 

2 
Electrochemistry of Corrosion, Electrode reactions, electrode potentials, electrochemical cell formation, Nernst equation  Learn electrochemistry of corrosion, reactions, cell formation,  understand the conceptual idea  helps students studying university chemistry books in the library 
2 hrs 
4 
Exchange current density, polarization of electrode (resistance, concentration and activation), Mixed potential theory, polarization diagrams, pourbaix diagrams  Able to get current density, polarization of electrode, Mixed potential theory, polarization diagrams, pourbaix diagram  Lecture should be problem based  Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 
3 hrs 
5 
Corrosion rate expression and weight loss method for corrosion rate, galvanic series. 
able to know rate expression and weight loss method for corrosion rate, galvanic series 
Search and investigate the mathematical and conceptual approch 
Using board and marker for derivations 
2 hrs 
6 

7 
Electrochemical techniques to study corrosionGalvanostatic and potentiostatic techniques, SternGeary equation, Tafel slopes, measurement of corrosion potential and corrosion current density, Tafel extrapolation and Linear polarization resistance methods, Recording and interpretation of anodic and cathodic polarization curves 
Able to derive the equations of various theories, tafel plot, anodic and cathodic polarizations 
Search and investigate the mathematical and conceptual approch 
Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 
2 hrs 

Unit IV 

1 
Introduction, electrochemical behaviour of active/passive metals, Flade potential, criteria for selecting a metal exhibiting passivity, Factors influencing electrochemical passivity and corrosion rate, Theories of passivity 
Students should able to understand and derive the falde potential, fcators influencing electrochemical passivity, corrosion rate 
Search and investigate the mathematical and conceptual approch 
Presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 
3 hrs 
Able to refine the treatement of H molecue and getting resonance and hybridazations 
Lecture should be problem based 
presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 
2 hrs 

2 
Change of metal, design improvement, change of environment, Anodic protection, cathodic protection and protective coatings, Corrosion inhibitors: classification, mechanism 

2 hrs 

3 
selection of corrosion inhibitors, inhibition efficiency and factors influencing inhibition efficiency, Measurement of inhibition efficiency 
Able to refine the treatement of H molecue and getting resonance and hybridazations 
Lecture should be problem based 
presentation/interactive lectures using personal response 