Title: Physical Chemistry-I (Code-09040102)
|1||Postulates of Quantum Mechanics||Nice to know||1 hrs|
|2||Derivation of Schrodinger wave equation; Max-Born interpretation of ψ and the Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|3||Quantum mechanical operators and their commutations relation, Hermition operators, (elementary ideas, quantum mechanical operator for linear momentum and angular momentum as Hermition operator)||Must Know||3 hrs|
|4||Schrodinger wave equation for a particle in one dimensional box; evaluation of average position, average momentum and determination of uncertainty in position and momentum and hence Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle||Must Know||2 hrs|
|5||Pictorial representation of the wave equation of a particle in one dimensional box and its influence on the kinetic energy of the particle in each successive quantum level, lowest energy of the particle.||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|1||Brief resume of first and second Law of thermodynamics||Good To Know||1 hrs|
|2||Entropy changes in reversible and irreversible processes; variation of entropy with temperature , pressure and volume||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|3||entropy concept as a measure of unavailable energy and criteria for the spontaneity of reaction;||Must Know||2 hrs|
|4||free energy functions and their significance, criteria for spontaneity of a process||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|5||partial molar quantities (free energy, volume ,heat concept), Gibb’s-Duhem equation;||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|1||Effect of temperature on reaction rates, Rate law for opposing reactions of Ist order and IInd order, Rate law for consecutive & parallel reactions of Ist order reactions,||Must Know||3 hrs|
|2||Collision theory of reaction rates and its limitations, steric factor, Activated complex theory||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|3||Ionic reactions: single and double sphere models, influence of solvent and ionic strength||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|4||The comparison of collision and activated complex theory.||Must Know||2 hrs|
|1||The Debye -Huckel theory of ion- ion interactions||Must Know||2 hrs|
|2||Potential and excess charge density as a function of distance from the central ion||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|3||Debye Huckel reciprocal length, ionic cloud and its contribution to the total potential, Debye – Huckel limiting law of activity coefficients and its limitations||Nice to know||4 hrs|
|4||Ion – size effect on potential, ion -size parameter and the theoretical mean – activity coefficient in the case of ionic clouds with finite – sized ions||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|5||Debye – Huckel -Onsager treatment for aqueous solutions and its limitations||Must Know||2 hrs|
|6||Debye-Huckel-Onsager theory for non-aqueous solutions, the solvent effect on the mobility at infinite dilution||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|7||Equivalent conductivity (Ù) vs. concentration c1/2 as a function of the solvent, effect of ion association upon conductivity (Debye- Huckel – Bjerrum equation).||Must Know||2 hrs|
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