Title: Physical Chemistry-II (Code-09040202)
|1||Schrodinger wave equation for a particle in a three dimensional box.||Nice to know||1 hrs|
|2||The concept of degeneracy among energy levels for a particle in three dimensional box||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|3||Schrodinger wave equation for a linear harmonic oscillator & its solution by polynomial method.||Must Know||3 hrs|
|4||Zero point energy of a particle possessing harmonic motion and its consequence||Must Know||2 hrs|
|5||Schrodinger wave equation for three dimensional Rigid rotator, energy of rigid rotator, space quantization; Schrodinger wave equation for hydrogen atom||Nice to know||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||Must Know|
|7||Probability distribution function, radial distribution function and shape of atomic orbitals (s,p & d).||Good To Know||1 hrs|
|1||Brief resume of first and second Law of thermodynamics||Must Know||2 hrs|
|2||Entropy changes in reversible and irreversible processes; variation of entropy with temperature , pressure and volume, entropy concept as a measure of unavailable thermodynamic derivation||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|3||Third law of thermodynamics (Nernest heat theorem, determination of absolute entropy, unattainability of absolute zero) and its limitation.||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|4||Phase Rule, Phase diagram for two completely miscible components systems||Nice to know|
|5||Concepts of fugacity, fugacity of gases and its determination||Must Know||3 hrs|
|6||Activity and activity coefficient, choice of standard states, determination of activity coefficient for solute and solvent.||Must Know||3 hrs|
|1||Chain reactions: hydrogen – bromine reaction, pyrolysis of acetaldehyde, decomposition of ethane||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|2||Photochemical reactions (hydrogen – bromine & hydrogen -chlorine reactions||Nice to know||4 hrs|
|3||General treatment of chain reactions (ortho -para hydrogen conversion and hydrogen – bromine reactions), apparent activation energy of chain reactions, chain length||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|4||Rice- Herzfeld mechanism of organic molecules decomposition(acetaldehyde) Branching chain reactions and explosions ( H2 – O2 reaction)||Must Know||2 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||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|6||Competitive and non-competitive inhibition.||Must Know||2 hrs|
|1||Ionic movement under the influence of an electric field , mobility of ions, ionic drift velocity and its relation with current density.||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|2||Einstein relation between the absolute mobility and diffusion coefficient, the Stokes- Einstein relation||Nice to know||4 hrs|
|3||The Nernst -Einstein equation, Waldens rule, the Rate- Process approach to ionic migration||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|4||The Rate process equation for equivalent conductivity, total driving force for ionic transport,||Must Know||2 hrs|
|5||Nernst – Planck Flux equation, ionic drift and diffusion potential||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|6||The Onsager phenomenological equations. The basic equation for the diffusion, Planck- Henderson equation for the diffusion potential||Must Know||2 hrs|
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