Curriculum
Title: Physical special –V (Code09040408)
S.No 
Topic 
Learning Objectives 
Teaching Guidelines 
Methodology 
Hours 

Unit I 




1 
Free energy functions and the partition functions, Calculation of equilibrium constant using partition function 
Students should able to learn maximum intrinsic efficiency, energy convertor 
Problem solving on this topic 
Presentation/interactive lectures 
2 hrs 
2 
BoseEinstein statistics, statistics of photon gas, gas degeneration, FermiDirac statistics, extreme gas degeneration 
Able to know the factors that influence the electrochemical enegy converter 
Discuss and explain 
Lecture and internet based learning 
1 hrs 
3 
Energy of Bosons & Fermi particles, specific heat of electron gas, , Thermionic emission  Understand the generators, fuel celss, types 
helps stydents visualize chemistry and improve problem solving skills 
Presentation/interactive lectures using audio and video aids 
3 hrs 
4 
Comparison of MaxwellBoltsmann, BoseEinstein and FermiDirac statistics.  Shall know electricity storage, and important quatities 
Lecture should be problem based 
presentation/interactive lectures using using smart class 
3 hrs 

Unit II 




1 
General theory of nonequilibrium processes, entropy production and entropy flow, thermodynamic criteria for nonequilibrium states 
Learn to know nucleation, laws, classification and functions 
Lecture should be problem based 
develop skills and build confidence 
2 hrs 
2 

3 
entropy production in heat flow, mass flow, electric current, chemical reactions  Students be able to get the expressions for controll the growth reactions  Search and investigate the mathematical and conceptual approch 
motivate students learning 
3 hrs 
4 
Saxen’s relation, Onsager’s reciprocity relation, electro kinetic phenomenon  Learn the difference between perfect and imperfect cystals, and defects  understand the conceptual idea  helps students studying university chemistry books in the library 
2 hrs 
5 
Theory of fluctuation, energy fluctuations in the canonical ensemble, distribution function and fluctuations, fluctuations of density and energy. 
Able to know classification, lattice energy, model and heat capacity of solids 
Lecture should be problem based 
Presentation/interactive lectures PPT, projector 
2 hrs 
6 
2 hrs 


Unit III 


1 
Angular momentum, angular momentum operators in cartesian coordinates, Eigen function & eigen values, commutation relation between angular momentum operators ( Lx,Ly , Lz , L2 ), 
Students should able to understand angular momentum, commutation, and relation 
Search and investigate the mathematical and conceptual approch 
Presentation/interactive lectures using PPT, Projector, audio and video aids 
3 hrs 
3 
Total orbital angular momentum and spin angular momentum, Commutation relation between components of total orbital angular momentum and spin angular momentum 
Able to know the mathematical derivation of total angular mementum, and the relation with spin angular momentum 
Discuss and explain, Lecture should be problem based 
presentation/interactive lectures 
3 hrs 
5 
Ladder operators, commutators of [L2 , L+ ] and [L2 ,L ] Application of ladder operators to an eigen function of Lz 
Students should know the Ladder operators, and applications to find eigen functions 
Lecture should be simple, effective 
presentation/ interative lecture using board and marker 
3 hrs 

Unit IV 


1 
Huckel molecular orbital (HMO) theory of llinear and cyclic conjugated systems 
Students must know HMO theory for linear and conjugated systems 
Lecture should be conceptual and mathematical based  presentation/interactive lectures 
3 hrs 
2 
Applications of HMO theory to,(i) set up and solve Huckel determent equation, (ii) calculate resonance energy; (iii) wave functions for molecular orbitals 
Able to apply the HMO to calculated the RE, wave functions of MO 
Lecture should be conceptual and problem based 
lecture and internet based learning, using PPT 
3 hrs 
6 
Molecular diagrams for the following, (a) Ethylene molecule (b) Allyl system (Allyl radical and the related cation and anion), (c) Butadiene; (d) Cyclobutadiene (e) Cyclopropenyl system (cyclopropenyl radical and the related cation and anion 
Able to use MOT to different systems 
discuss and explain lecture should be problem based 
Presentation/interactive lectures using PPT, Projector, audio and video aids 
2 hrs 