Title: Physical Special –IV (Code-09040407)
|1||The maximum intrinsic efficiency, actual efficiency and current – potential relation in an electrochemical energy converter||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|2||Factors influencing the electrochemical energy conversion, the power output of an electrochemical energy converter||Must Know||1 hrs|
|3||Electrochemical electricity generators (fuel cells), brief idea about H2-O2, hydrocarbon – air, and natural gas & CO -air fuel cells||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|4||Electricity storage: some important quantities in electricity storage (electricity storage density, energy density, power||Nice to know||3 hrs|
|5||Desirable conditions for an ideal strorer , storage of electricity using the lead-Acid battery, dry cell, silver-zinc cell and Sodium- Sulfur cell||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|6||Amperometric titrations determination of activation energy for an irreversible electrode process.||Must Know||2 hrs|
|1||Thermal decomposition reactions, Nucleation, Free energy of nucleation||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|2||Laws, Classification, Functions and growth of nuclei||Nice to know|
|3||Kinetic expressions for diffusion controlled, phase boundary controlled and nucleation and growth controlled reactions||Must Know||3 hrs|
|4||Perfect and imperfect crystals, Intrinsic and extrinsic defects||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|5||Point defects, Line and plane defects, Vacancies: Schottky and Frenkel defects,||Must Know||2 hrs|
|6||Thermodynamics of Schottky and Frenkel defect formation,Colour centres, non-stoichiometry defects||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|7||Classification of solids, Lattice energy, Evaluation of Madelung constant (NaCl)||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|8||Calculation of repulsive potential exponent: Lattice heat capacity||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|9||Einstein and Debye model of lattice heat capacity, Debye T3 law.||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|1||Classification of polymers and polymerisation, condensation and addition polymers||Nice to know||1 hrs|
|2||Kinetics of condensation (step-wise) polymerisation||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|3||Size distribution in linear condensation polymers, molecular size control, degree of polymerization||Must Know||4 hrs|
|4||Mechanism of vinyl radical polymerisation, molecular weight and its determination, effect of temperature and pressure on chain polymerisation||Good To Know||3 hrs|
|5||Stereochemistry of polymer chain & stereo regular polymerisation, Ionic polymerisation (similarities and contrast)||Must Know||2 hrs|
|6||Kinetics of cationic, anionic polymerisation, kinetics of copolymerisation, criteria for polymer solubility||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|7||Mass number and Mass average molecular weight,||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|8||Determination of molecular weight of polymers by osmometry, viscometry, light scattering and sedimentation method.||Must Know||2 hrs|
|1||Thermodynamics of biopolymer solutions||Nice to know||1 hrs|
|2||Entropy of mixing & liquid state model along with limitation, Free volume theory, Heat and free energy of mixing||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|3||Osmotic pressure membrane equilibrium, Muscular contraction and energy generation in mechanochemical system||Nice to know||2 hrs|
|4||Evaluation of size, shape, molecular weight and extent of hydration of biopolymers by various experimental techniques||Nice to know||1 hrs|
|5||Sedimentation equilibrium, Hydrodynamic methods,||Good To Know||2 hrs|
|6||Diffusion, Sedimentation velocity, Viscosity, Electrophoresis and rotational motions||Nice to know||2 hrs|
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5. Bockris, J.O.M. and A.K.N. Reddy. Modern Electrochemistry. Vol.1 & 2.
6. Glasstone, S. Electrochemistry.
7. Reiger, P.H. Electrochemistry.
8. Heyrovsky. Polarography.
9. Kannala, Zutshi. Introduction to Polarography and Allied Techniques