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B. Sc, CHEMISTRY MAIN
Scheme
pf ExEmination (Effective from l9Z3 admission)
Teaching
Subject
per weelc
hrs,
for
Duratiort
Exsms.
chemislry
]
of
Maximum
Morks
Fiist Year
I
Inorganic
(2+z)
+
3.
60
Second Year
Physical
I
(3+t+2)
6
70
Third Ycar
II
II
Organic I
Organic II
Practical I
Practical II
Inorganic
Itysical
3
24
i
T
70
3
70
70r
701
40)
-600
Total
I
70
J
6
6
Records
80.
3
Lectures
I[. 8. ;-I
Year 2 hrs lectures*2 hrs practical
II
Year 3 brs Pbysical+l hrs Organic+2 brs practical
FIRST YEAR
Inorganic Chemistry
I
(
,+
-\-
*2*
2,
glpF.
Radio-activity. Natural radioactivity, properties of
rays. Theory of nucle-ar disintegration.
Radioactive series. Croup displacement law. " Induccd- radiobeta and. gamma
activity.
3. Positive rays. Discovery of isotopy. Aston's mass
spectrograph. Separqtiol of isotopes. Radioactive isotopes.
Isotopes as tr;rcers. Carboo 14, Phosphorus 32.
4
numb
eleme
p. T. with atomic
s, p, d and f block
Atomic and ionic
radi,
6. Hydrogen. Manufacture and uses. Different forms of
frydrogen. Nascent, ortho and para hydrogen. Deterium and
its uses. Tritium. Position of lydrogbn in the periodic table.
7,
Oxygen. Manufacture. Oxides and their classification.
8.
Water. Hard
Electronic concept of oxidation and reduction.
and
.
soft water. Modern methods of
purification_and softenirg. Con:position of water by weight and
volume. Heavy water.
and
9. Ozone and hyd.-ogcn peroxide. Preparation properties
uses. Structure of czone and hydrogen piroxide. ' '
SECOND YEAR
PHYSICA.L CEBIISTRY
_
PAPER
a
I
I
iV. ^8. .'-Experimental dcrnonstrations are obligatory
1.
The Gaseioui
Slate.. The empi
gas equalion, Evaluation of the gas
theory of gases. Deduction of the em
bution of molecular velocities. Most
The ideal
kinetic
e
.
Distri-
ity
mean
a-r
-3-
t
-4-
(a)
Hz
(b)
(c)
*
- 2HI
clz-coctz
t
Pcls
-Pch * CIz
2HzS-2Hzt25
co
Iu
Hydrolysis of esters
Nz * 3Hz
2NHr
C (s) + zS-(e)
CSz (s)
2AgzO
4Ag'+ O,
CaCOr-CaO*COz
NHrHS-NHs*HzS
NH+.COONHz-2NH:*
2HgO-2Hs+O,
Cu
SO+ 5Hz
O
-
Coz
CuSo+ 3Hz
O
*
2LIzO
Effect of inert gases.
constant. Van't Hofl
Iormatron to calculate
and for calculation of
to
n^
pressure,
of^vapour
freezin!
point.
Calculation
rom measurement of colligative
tactor.
g: {and the use of
(l-g) ., o ,irr,,rc of the O.pu.trr. of
':
-5-
to
the solution from ideal behavio.ur. Activiiy coeffeient Determination of activity and activity coefEent by m5asuriminl o];;;*,
pressure and freezing poiat depression. -
THIRD YEAR
SYLLABUS FOR INORGANIC-I
Study of
Chemistry 9_f tne folowlng elements
from the
-ine-riiioi?
periodic crassificarion
of-the
rnrruaing
ti"
preparation, manufact ure, propert ies ana uses-o? i[.ii
l"rip J""or.
stand point
1.
Boron, Boric-o,xide, boric acids and important borates.
^.Diborane.
Boron trichloride, .Uoron nitiiar;
bead test.
bil;;;i
ffi;;;
I
I
1
.. 9. Silicon. Aliotropes. Silicon dioxide, silicic acids and
alkali silicates. Mono anid disiranis. sliii""'t"ii"nilia;
iia
silicon tetrachloride. Glais.--Nitrogen-Ivlanufacture and uses.
_-.,,4.
.Hydrides, halides,
des, oxyaci d s a nd their sa I ts. H ydrox vlamine'a-na-ulp
Jr-ii.-",i,
acid. Niirogen fixation u"a uitrolenliitij,r.rr.
ox
I
5. Phosphorus. , Allotropic _ forms. Hydrides, halidesr
oxides, oxyacid s or pnospnoiui'aoa
ti.i?iu r tr.
6,
Arsenic. Antimony and Bismuth. Their hydrides,
oxides
and suiphides. err*it"s ara arsenates. Alkali
th^l91i.des
monates.
anti-
7.. . Sulphur. Al lotrop_icfo-rn:s. Hydrogen sulphide.
.
Halides.
oxyhalices and oxides.'sulphurou;-*d'r.;lph;;l;;.i;:";;"d
their salts. Thiosulphater. -'------
8.
g.
Selehium. Its acids and their salts. Tellurium.
The halogens. Hydrogen ?ralides. Oxyhalides,
oxides.
oxyacids and theii sarts. ir;ffi;;t'riiay or
fluerccarbons.
Study of ibe metallurgy, properties aird uses of the
^ ..10.. netals including
following
the-liudy br tneir irpoitioiiompounds and olloys.
ll..
of the following groups of
of the periodic table
Comparative study
^ . the stand point
lrom
elements
. Litllum, SocJium, Potassium, iopp"r, Silver, Gold, Magnesium, -Calcium, Strontium, Barium, Carbon, Sificbn, 1i;,
Lgud,.Nitrogen, Phosphorus. Arsenic, Antimony, Bismuth,
Fluorine, Chlorine, Iodine
12. Inert gases. Discovery and isolation. Their electronic
structures. Manulacture and uses of Helium, Neon and
Argon.
- 13, Metal hyrlrides. Typcs olmetal hydrides. preparation
and properties of irnportant iouis and covale-nt lrydrides.
14, Metal carborJyls. preparation and properties of Iron,
Nickel and Cobalt Carbonyls. Structure of mitaf carbonyls.
15. Peroxyacids, Preparaiion, properties
Beroxy aciCs of sulphur aail their salis. '
and structure of
16. Thionic acids. Preparation, properties and structure of
dithonic and trithionic acids and theii s'alts.
I
e
.
1.
,:?
!T"TI:
nt of
the
PFIYSICAL FAPER.II
The Phase
metastable and un
of freedom.
ticin of the total nu
variabies and the total number of equations. Application to
water system and sulphur system. (Typical enantio tropic system)
degree
a/a'Jj\t
I
a'
-.
*7of the'folloiving types.
rption coefrcieot. [ts variation
pressure on the solubility of a
systems
}
I
3. Crysraltine and amorphous solids.' Isotropic and aniso.'
tropic cystals. The law of constancy of interfacial anglcs, The
"
Iaw of symmetry. The law of rationality of inchir.s. Miller
indices. Space lattice. The seven crystal systems. Lettice
planes. Simple, face centered and body centercd cubic lattice
and spacing of lattice planes in them. X-rays and crystal structure. .Thc Bragg method of determination of crystal structure
of sodium chloride and potassium chloride. Indication of other
methods of X-ray investigation. Results of X-ray studies of
crystals. Types 6f solid (iinic, metallic, molecular and covalent
solids). Isomorphism and polymorphism Heat of reaction at
constant p(essure and at constaDt volume. Heat of formation.
Heatof combustion. Thermoclinical laws. (Law of lavoisier
and Laplace and Hess's law of heat summation). Heat of
neutralisation. Heats of solution and dilution. Variation
of heat of reaction with temperaturc (Kirchoff's equation).
is associated in one
Iiquid. Its use in the study of complex formulation, extraetion
Modification of the law when the solute
and hydrolysis of salts,
.*8-
.
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ORGANIC CHEMISTRy prpcr-I.
(N.
B:
3.
Experimental demonstrations arc obligatory.
General
s, general properties and nomenserres are expected. physical
of structures should be explirioed
cludios
trerisri',
nd.ins, lso-
\
-I0-
.
*..,^_-4. Alkeaes:
Nom
iiJif,i;,,r,Tf;tr*:f.
con.Jugated double
,
4,
o,o=' '
bonds.
and
arryr"ii H!{li:;,,1]?3,:t,11',,i";..iii,g of
hal
der
asetyrene aad
and ethyl
ethyliderie
Por
ru.titoiioi.
ncalture. Preparation, properties
.orrti,Srriof'jf'J;rr.Tne
lYl ether' Isomerism ct ethers.
Mnstard gas.
and
Thioethers.
!
.I l
9. Aldehycles
Lotnn^. trr--properries;;;';i;;?"f anrf
?(,*?#.,,{;r")L[[,?kl*.;^L1"I^1,.!,_oo,
one and ethyt -me hu
i k;;;;;- "'i{::
::-T-u 1o.hvde, chloral, ace t*m,;fl{ljilr;+i,i.,}"t#,
ones
vr..ilir,jijr
I
e
o.
d
a;
xy
on
tL
Jonisation of carbo-
.e,fiect
-of substitution
#:i,::"{H:ic,
of
acetjc
Methods of
tyl chloride,
trites, alkyI
r&
rei
mi'
tea
po
":%?,H;
12.
re
and
isomerjsm
perties,
acid
Acids,. Ire,paratiotr,
Drocetic acids., t yaroiv.,u.tii"
.constitution. ;;A, r;;i"".;;
t
_ll_
. 13.
Polyhydric ctlcohols. prepaiation, synt'esis, reactions
and st*rctures of ethylene grycor
,nf
gi-rcer'ol
crv.Lroi'tiio'itiut..
Fats, Oils, I,Vaxes und. Soops. Elementary study inclu_
-.gq l4-.
gn-erg ica I composit io^r,
icdine uiiue, s aponincuiio n
Hyorolysls. lioap manufacture. Hydrogenation of oils.r"ir"- "t".
$j
t
16.'Cvanosen: derivaiiye,y
Cyanogen, hydrogen_cyanide,
mitriles and ison-itriles. ---'-"
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17. Derivatives of-carbonyr
Carbonic .4cids: preparation, properties,
'frtiiouiioo
reactions and uses of
and' urea.
and struchrre of urea. Thiouiia."rrroiia"
Dia;o coinl;oLmds: Diazo
.13. AlQhatic
-
acetic ester.
a
.lcohol,
.1g. (Jngatnrated.
acro
atgh.oty
lein, crotcna lclehyd",
ai<leirydes.
methane and cljazo
and acids. Aliyl
;;tii; ;;id;
"
l;;;
;"ii".
20. Dibasic acids: Oxalic, rnalonic, suecinic, glutaric
and adipic acids' preparation ioo-ry"inrtic uses
of
malonic
ester.
t
21.
Ketonic acids
:
Pyruvic acid. aceto-acetic. acic1, preparation, Synthetic
and tautomerism-of acero-acetrc ester.
22.
Polybasic acids :
23,
Unsaturated Dibasic Acids :
uses
I
.
Preparetir:n, Propertir:s, rcactions and Geometrical isomerism
(
l
-r)
a.ncl fuma^ric acids.
,"j::l*
General. merhn.to of
)_
the con.fi gurati;;-;;
^c determinin
treon:e trical
rror"r, _r.rhods
24. Carbohyclrates :
study
_^,,No*.llature,
Theirstiucrures.
.
d
g
T1|:rc.
l.l,9l9r.: . Ascenr, descenr
saccharide
series.' a, ii.m
ds:
l;",iiTi,ii;0i,ffi:,,i.X,0
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:ffi ,,T:",T*[::H'ft ,oJ"'i:&:13:';:Il"&l'"x$":,a'to*T,nTi
i.
0RGANIC CHTTMIS
IRY-PAPER
Arornilic ltydrocarbons
ol^ _Coaltar
beazeneOrientation e
st
. z,
2, Aromafic Subsritution:
Subsritufion:
4..
. preoa
Oeriroi#.1
5.
II
:
structure
Ui;;;:
ro conPounds:
roperties of nitrobEn:
tene
enes.
di and tri
nitro
Arbmatic smines
Ufe, pfepalations nnrf
*;;;ffi3xi,h*rfl#t4"*T.r#j
t.
i
i
I
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-lJ6. Diazoniuttt salts ancl tlrcir related contpyunds
'Nomenclature,
synthetic uses of
reactions and uses
para-amino azobe
:
and.
ons,
ene,
and
hydrazobenzene.
7
.
Aromatic Sulpkonic acids :
Freparation, properties and uses of benzene sulphonic .acid,
sutp[anitiC iciA'sutpnanilamide and saccharin. Application of
sulphonation
8.
Phenols :
preparation, properties, reactions,- use3 -and
, creiols, nitroph-enols, picric acid cate-chol,
, Trihydric Phenols, Pyrogallol, Hydroxy
re
re
a
inol, anisole, phenetole and phenacetin.
9.
Aromalic Alcolnl,s, aldehydes, kelones and qilinones :
Benzyl alcohol, benzald
aldehyde, acetoph'enone, b
aldoximei and ketoximes.
. salicYl
istry of
Benzo
quinones.
10.
Aronrutic Ccrboxylic acids dnd their derivatives :
11. Polynuclear
HYdrocarbons :
Diphenyl, diphenyl methane and triphenyl methane Stereo'
chemistry of diphenYl.
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12. Naphthalene and its derivatives
:
Isolation, properties and structure of naphth-alene. -Nitro'
napntbalenes,-^ atiino naphathalenes, naphthalein sulphonic
acids, tetralin and decalin, naphthols, naphtha'quiuones.
Isolationl properties and structttre
qrtiuone. alizniin, strttcture oI alizrrin.
'of
anthrAcene, Anthra'
-14-
halein, fluorescein and eosin.
15.
Amino Acids:
Au elementary study of the iollowing amino acids
i
Glycine,
alanine, leucine and tryptophane.
16.
Hetro-cyclic compounds :
Elementary study of thb important
five and six
membered
ring compounds. Furan, thiophene, pyrrole, pyridine, quinoline
and isoquinolene, indole, indigo.
17.
Alk{tl,oids :
Classification, geniral methods of isolation, General
of determining structures of
study of cooioe, piperine, and
itltoids. An
properties and geneial methods
-elementary
nicbtine,
18.
''
Teroenes:
Etementiry study of -isoprene rule. Classificationl g€D€ra.
methods of isolation and leneral properties of terpenes. Elemenl
tary study ofcitral and geraniol.
19.
Molecular Rearrangement :
Pinacol, Hofmarm, Beck::aann, Fries, Claisen and Benzidine
in terms of White'more mechanism.
rearrangements
. Application of resonance concepts to systems
:raphthlene, quinones and triphenyl methane dyes.
2i.
Eitnientarf ideu of free radicals :
like
benzene,
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