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Department of Chemistry Unit V: Singe Step Preparation 1. Plasma arcing – Chemical vapuour deposition — Sol-gels — silica gels — Hydrolysis — Condensation and polymerization of monomers to form particles — Zirconia and ytrrium gels — Aluminosilicate gels — Forming nanostructured surfaces using the sol — gel process — Trapping by sol —gels — Electrodeposition — Ball milling — Using natural nanoparticles — Applications of nano materials — Insulations materials – Machine tools — Phosphors — Batteries — Engineeging power magnets — Motor vehicles and aircraft — Medical applications Text Books: Determination of single electrode potential by potentiometry Metal centered enzymes — structure and function Unit V: Drug discovery at the enzyme level Drug discovery at the enzyme level — chemical models and mimics for enzymes — receptor peptides, carbohydrates and other bioactive molecules — enzyme inhibitors — engineerihg and J.c.kuriaksoe of Chemistry 16 synthesis — DNA — protein — interaction and DNA — drug interaction – enzymes in organic synthesis and combinatorial chemistry Unit III.

I and II4. Unit I – Principles of electrolyte solutions Ion-solvent interactions Born Model, Ion-Dipole modelion-ion interactions Debye-Huckel theory, ionic atmospheredielectric constant, the significance of Debye length, the significance of activity coefficient.

The lab examinations including the First Semester Experiments will be held only in the second semester. Chemical basis of everyday phenomena Chemical basis of everyday phenomena — reasoning: Polymerization processes and fabrication of plastics Polymerization processes — bulk, solution, emulsion and suspension — industrially important polymers and their polymerization processes — polythene — poly styrene — nylon 6,6 — PET — natural rubber — Compounding of plastics — additives added and their significance — Moulding processes — injection, compression, blow moulding Unit V.

Associated colloids, Micelles, Micellar size, shape, character Structure, Spherical rod-like hexagonal and Worm like micelles, Vesicles, classification, Light scattering and Cryo-TEM studies of vesicles.

Department of Chemistry 10 Unit V: Assorted components for plumbing consisting of metallic pipes, plastic pipes, flexible pipes, couplings, unions, elbows, plugs and other fittings. Theory of volumetric and gravimetric analysis Acid base titrations — classification — theory of acid — based titration — neutralization — indicators — neutralization curves — choice of indicators in neutralization reaction Gravimetric analysis — theory of gravimetric analysis — solubility — solubility product — common ion effect — precipitation methods — co —precipitation — condition of precipitation — preparation from homogeneous solutions — purity of precipitates General discussions of complexometric titrations, stability constants — Different ways of expressing stability of complexes, EDTA titrations — different types, masking and demasking agents, Metal ion indicators — Eriochrome Black — T, xylenol orange and murexide — Determination of hardness of water using EDTA — Determination of the following metal ions using EDTA — Zn, Mg, Ca, Mn and Ni Unit III: They will also know the various applications of variety of materials.


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Wood work, joints by sawing, planning and cutting. Suresh kumar and A. Students acquire the knowledge of synthesis, estimation and analysis of Organic Compounds. To create an advertisement in word. Electronics and Communication Engineering. Chemistry in Engineering andTechnology Vol-2 by J. To study the advanced non-conventional energy sources and bio energy Chemistrt — I – Chemical engineeeing sources Introduction to energy; Fuels — Definition, Classification: Stereoselectivity and egnineering — Curtin-Hammett principle — enantioselective, diastereoselective synthesis — enzymatic and kinetic methods — Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation — conformation and reactivity in acyclic compounds and cyclohexanes Unit III: Oxygen and acetylene gas cylinders, blow pipe and other welding outfit.

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Materials Science and Engineering, Chemistry, Documents. Estimation of barium as barium chloride chemisry Strong base Vs Strong acid 4. Terpenoids — monocyclic sequiterpenoids — Zingiberene — Bicyclic sequiterpenoids — Endesmol.

He will also know the importance of main group chemistry. To estimate the strength of give hydrochloric acid solution by titrating against sodium hydroxide solution 0.

Code No. Subject Name Credits CHEMISTRY DIVISION

Torsional pendulum — Determination of Rigidity modulus. Polymers and Composites Basic concepts — polymerization — plastics — thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics — Engineering plastics — Miscellaneous polymers – Composite materials — Application of composites — Constituents of Composites — Types of Composites — Fibre reinforced composites — Types — Particulate composites — Types – Layered composites — Processing of fibre reinforced composites Unit II: Chemistry in engineering and technology j c kuriacose pdfRajaram Title of the Book: Technologyy Finishing Electrodeposition potential, E.

Estimation of Nickel using Eriochrome Black — T indicator 7.

Preliminary treatment of surfaces — Hot dipping process — Galvanising, Tinning — Cladding — Electroplating — Anodising. Introduction to drug tschnology Introduction to drug design, physical and chemical factors associated with biological activities, mechanism of drug action, drug delivery systems, classification of drugs based on structure or pharmacological basis with examples — mechanism of chemotherapeutic action — drug absorption across biological membrane — metabolism of drugs, Quantitative structure activity relationship – Molecular modeling — drug delivery, docking — structure based drug design — ligand based drug design — chirality in drug design Unit II.


Kemmerly and Steven M. Drawing of curves like parabola, spiral, involute using B-spline or cubic spline. Chemical Thermodynamics Thermodynamic terms — Fundamentals of thermodynamics — Heat and work — Expressions related pressure, volume and work — work done in isothermal reversible and techbology expansion — First law of thermodynamics — Mathematical formulation of first law of thermodynamics — Second law of thermodynamics — Gibbs free energy — Enropy – Helmholtz energy and work function — Gibbs Helmholtz equation — Application —Vant Hoff Isotherm — Vant Hoff Isochore.

Code No. Subject Name Credits CHEMISTRY DIVISION

To understand the concept, structure and function engineeeing different ecosystems 3. The maximum marks for Group A and Group B lab examinations will be 50 each, totaling for the Lab course. Ground water, surface water, lake water, river water, sea water pollution — sources and effects — Classification of water pollutants — inorganic pollutants and toxic metals — detrimental effects of inorganic pollutants — organic pollutants — effects of organic pollutants — oxygen demanding waste — disease causing agents, land nutrients, sediments, oil.

Nonaqueous Solvents General properties and classification of solvents — Self-ionization and leveling effect — Reactions in nonaqueous solvents — Solute-solvent interaction – Reactions in liquid NH3 — Solutions of metals in liquid ammonia — Reactions in acetic acid, anhydrous sulphuric acid, liquid SO2, liquid HF, interhalogens and liquid dinitrogen tetroxide — Titrations in nonaqueous solvents — Acid-base titrations.

Hetero cyclics and supramolecules Heterocyclics — Nomenclature — compounds containing two hetero jn — azoles — chemistry of pyrazole, imidazole, oxazole, isoxazole, thiazole and isothiazole — diazines — pyrimidines. Professor and Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering. Determination of Band Gap of a semiconductor material.

There will be five questions, each of either or type covering all units of the syllabus. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. Daniel Yesudian and D.