1: Physical chemistry, introduction to chemistry, elements, compounds, mixtures, chemical and physical properties, chemical and physical changes, symbols and formula, atomic weight.
2. Stoichiometry: chemical reactions, oxidant numbers, oxidation and reaction, oxidation and reducing agents.
3. Structure of the atom: discovery of the election, cathode ray tube, radioactivity, discovery of proton, Rutherford experiment, electronic symbol, electronic configuration.
4.General chemistry of sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, steel, Pyrex, plastic and aluminum
5.Solutions Types of solution, Role of solutions in daily lives, solution and solvent, water as a solvent
6.Acid and Bases Concepts of acids and bases, Salt formation
a) Introduction to hydrocarbons, saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons, (methane, ethane, acetylene) preparation and properties
b) Alcohols Preparation and properties
c) Aldehyde and ketone Preparation and properties
d) Carboxylic acids Preparation and properties
Quantitative analysis Simple acid base titration
Determination of ammonia in household ammonia.
Determination of% of acetic acid in vinegar.
Estimation of sodium bicarbonate in the baking powder.
Determination of chlorine in tap water.
Tests of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
Group tests for carboxylic acids, ketone and aldehyde.
This course will enable the students to apply chemical concepts to solve qualitative and quantitative problems. They will gain proficiency in logical deduction skills through written problems and laboratory work. They will identify problems and generate hypotheses, develop and implement experimental methods to test their hypotheses, and analyze and interpret the resulting data.
Course Learning Outcomes
The student will learn the laboratory skills needed to design, safely conduct and interpret chemical research. The student will acquire a foundation of chemistry of sufficient breadth and depth to enable them to understand and critically interpret the primary chemical literature.
introduction to chemistry,
elements, compounds, mixtures
Solution, types of solution
role of solution in our daily lives
solution and solvents
water as solvent
Organic chemistry a. Introduction, hydrocarbons, saturated and unsaturared,
methane preparation and properties
Ethane, preparation and properties
acetylene, preparation and properties
b. Alcohols, preparation and properties
Aldehydes and ketones, preparation and properties
c. Carboxylic acid, preparation and properties
Structure of the atom
Book Title : A textbook of Organic Chemistry
Author : B.S Bahl, Arun Bahl
Edition : 11th Edition
Publisher : Donald C.Publisher:
Book Title : Physical Chemistry
Author : Peter Atkins&Julio de paula
Edition : 9th edition
Publisher : Editorial Staff
Title : Acid and bases, concept of acid, concepts of bases
Type : Other
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Title : Checklist of Course Content
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