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Paper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Subjects Organic Chemistry – I Inorganic Chemistry – I Physical Chemistry – I Organic Chemistry – II Inorganic Chemistry – II Physical Chemistry – II Inorganic Chemistry Practical – I (Practical-75, Record-10, Viva-15) Organic Chemistry Practical – I (Practical-75, Record-10, Viva-15) Physical Chemistry Practical – I (Practical-75, Record-10, Viva-15) Comprehensive Viva - Voce Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

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UNIT I - STEREOCHEMISTRY Optical activity and chirality. Classification of chiral molecules as asymmetric and dissymmetric. A brief study of dissymmetry of allenes, biphenyls, spiro compounds, trans cyclooctene and cyclononene and molecules with helical structures. Absolute configuration – R,S notation of biphenyls and allenes. Fischer projection. Inter conversion of Sawhorse, Newman and Fischer projections. Molecules with more than one asymmetric center (restricted to five carbons) Eg. Erythro and threo compounds. Asymmetric synthesis, Crams’s rule. Geometrical isomerism. E,Z nomenclature of olefins, Geometrical and optical isomerism (if shown) of disubstituted cyclopropane, cyclobutane and cyclopentanes. Identification of enantiotopic, homotopic, diastereotopic hydrogens and


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prochiral carbons in compounds containing up to ten carbons only, Stereo specific and stereo selective reactions. Unit - II - CONFORMATIONAL ANALYSIS Conformation of some simple, 1,2-disubstituted ethane derivatives. Conformational analysis of disubstituted cyclohexanes and their stereo chemical features [geometric and optical isomerism (if shown) by these derivatives]. Conformation and reactivity of substituted cyclohexanols (oxidation and acylation), cyclohexanones (reduction) and cyclohexane carboxylic acid derivatives (esterification and hydrolysis). Conformation and stereochemistry of cis and trans decalin and 9-methyl decalin. Unit - III - ALIPHATIC NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS Kinetic and Non-Kinetic methods of determining mechanisms. Taft equation and Hammet equation. Simple problems. SN1, SN2 and SNi mechanism – Neighbouring group participation – reactivity, structural and solvent effects – substitution in norbornyl and bridgehead systems – substitution at allylic and vinylic carbons - substitution by ambident nucleophiles such as CN, NO2, phenoxide and ambident dianions – substitution at carbon doubly bonded to oxygen and nitrogen – alkylation and acylation of amines, halogen exchange, Von-Braun reaction, alkylation and acylation of active methylene carbon compounds, hydrolysis of esters, Claisen and Dieckmann condensations.


Unit - IV - AROMATIC ELECTROPHILIC SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS Electrophilic Substitutions The arenium ion mechanism. Orientation and reactivity (ortho, meta and para directing groups). Hammet equations. Typical reactions to be studied – nitration, halogenation, alkylation, acylation and diazonium coupling. Formylation reactions – Gatterman, Gatterman-Koch, Vilsmeyer-Hack & Reimer – Tieman Reaction. Synthesis of di & tri substituted benzenes (symmetrical tribromobenzene, 2-Amino 5Methylphenol, 3-Nitro, 4-bromobenzoicacid, 3,4dibromonitrobenzene, 1,2,3 – trimethylbenzene) starting from benzene or any mono substituted benzene. Electrophilic substitution of furan, pyrrole, thiophene and pyridine-N-oxide. Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions Methods for the generation of benzyne intermediate and reactions of aryne intermediate – Nucleophilic substitution involving diazonium ions. Aromatic Nucleophilic substitution of activated halides. Ziegler alkylation. Chichibabin reaction. Books for study and Reference 1. 2. 3. 4. Organic Synthesis by R.O.C. Norman, Chapman and Hall, NY, (1980) Physical Organic Chemistry by Niel Isaacs, ELBS Publications (1987) Organic Reaction Mechanism by S.M. Mukherji and S.P. Sing, MacMillan India Ltd., Madras (1990) Organic Chemistry IV Edition by Stanely Pines.


2 Poly acids: Isopolyacids and heteropolyacids of vanadium. Carbenes. Stereochemistry.S. Kalsi..I 1.1 1. London. molybdenum and tungsten.12.S. Advanced Organic Chemistry III Edition by J. Miller. New York. Wiley Eastern Limited.D:rainbow\B. Sunndberg. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY – I Unit .2. Gould. by Francis A . Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd. C. 9. 10. 11. Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution by J. chromium.molecular sieves polysulphur – nitrogen compounds and poly – organophosphazenes.pmd 5. carboranes and metallo carboranes 1. Inorganic Polymers: Silicates..L. Plenum Press. Boron hydrides: Polyhedral boranes.W. 6. Gilchrist and C.3 6 . Nitrenes and Arynes by T. Stereochemistry and Mechanism Through solved problems by P. (1994) 7. Structure and Mechanism by E.S. Miller. Kalsi. 12. (1984). Chennai. John Wiley & Sons. Advanced Organic Chemistry. Stereochemistry of Carbon compounds by Ernest Eliel. Wentrup. Rees. Wiley Eastern Ltd. hydroborate ions.A.5. structure – properties – correlation and applications . Cray and Richard J. 8.17proof.\Tamil\less 1. Conformation analysis and Mechanism by P. Reactive Molecules. Part A and B. 13. 3rd Edition (1990). 2nd Edition (1993).

Polyhedral Borneds. P.N. F. 2. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – A Comprehensive Text. NY. Kotz. factors affecting stability. NY (1974) 3. Unit . thermodynamic aspects of complex formation. Inorganic Chemistry – WB Saunders Co. Day and J. NY (1984).F. E. V. HSAB approach. 3.A. Mutterties.1 Coordination Chemistry Stability of complexes. Chemistry of the Elements. Selbin. Pergamon Press.1. multiple metalmetal bonds.II 2. 2. N. NY. Inorganic Polymers. Academic Press. Purcell and J. Van Nostrand Co. Harper Collins.. 4. (1990). Academic Press. IV Edition (1993). OUP. USA (1977) M. J. Atkins and C.F. Edition (1988) K.W. Inorganic Chemistry. Huheey. Books for study and Reference 1. 4. Structure and Reactivity.C. Cotton and G. Inorganic Chemistry – Principles. 7 . Wilkinson.. D.4 Metal Clusters: Chemistry of low molecularity metal clusters (upto) trinuclear metal clusters. (1975). Shrivers.C. John Wiley & Sons. Books for study and Reference 1. CH Langford.L.H. Theoretical Inorganic Chemistry. (1978). Langford. Greenwood and Earnshaw. 2. NH Ray..E.

USA (1977).2. isomerism arising out of ligand and ligand conformation. polarographic and potentiometric methods.2 Sterochemical aspects. TMG Co..C. Coordination Chemistry. Purcell and J. schiff bases.A. 4. N.F. Kettle. (1984). F.G. Chemistry of the Elements.D:rainbow\B.3 Books for study and Reference 1. 3. G. 3. 2. Pearson. 4. Burtterworthy (1973). Books for study and Reference 1. F. Kotz. Inorganic Chemistry. crown ethers. porphyrins. V. corrins. ELBS (1973) K. J. Wilkinson. crypts. Basolo and R.S. Edition (1988). Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – A Comprehensive Text. Inorganic Chemistry.A. Wiley New York (1967).\Tamil\less 1. Cotton and G. Macrocyclic ligands. John Wiley & Sons. Greenwood and Earnshaw. 8 . types.5. 2. Manku. Pergamon Press.F. Huheey.E. Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions. Burger.pmd Determination of stability constants by spectrophotometric. 2. Stereoisomerism in inorganic complexes. 2. New York (1984).. Harper Collins NY IV Edition (1993). chirality and nomenclature of chiral complexes. K. optical rotatory dispersion and circular dichroism. S. Inorganic Chemistry – WB Saunders Co.12.17proof.N. Coordination Chemistry.A.

1.3 Computers in Chemistry 3. calculation of bond energy using Born-Lande equation. Standard deviation and correlation coefficient. Cyclic voltammetry . apparatus. masking and demasking reagents. operators. arrays and pointers. Software and Programming Languages. apparatus.3. loop.. (Blowup) C-Programming: Variables. application to inorganic systems. qualitative and quantitative applications to inorganic systems 3. 9 .1 Calculation of pH.IV – COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN CHEMISTRY 4. Kinetic and catalytic currents. 3.2 Amperometric titrations – theory.2 Internet: Introduction – internet service providers. types of EDTA titrations. 4.theory. successive titrations and indicator electrodes – Applications. DME.Unit . 3. replacement titrations.1. control statements. Diffusion. types of titration curves. Functions. input and output functions.1 Analytical Chemistry 3. go to statement. Constants.2 Complexometric Titrations Chelating agents.1 Polarography – theory.III 3. solubility product.1 Introduction to Computers: Hardware. direct and back titrations. Unit . Terms used in E-mail – search engines – chemistry data bases – table of contents – source for list of journals. current voltage curves for reversible and irreversible system.

2. Terms used in Internet – www. ISDN. West.1986. Skoog.12. dial-up service. Instrumental methods of Analysis. search engines. H. Books for study and Reference 1. 1987. 1993.. JW & Sons.D:rainbow\B. database – STN International. RSC. Books for study and Reference 1. Principles of Instrumental methods of Analysis – D.A. 6. III Edition.5. Isenhowr.V. CBS Publication. Text Book of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis – A. Allegn Becon II Edition. Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry. Ebert. Reily.2.A. Raman. Vogel. 1976. Saunders College Publication. Free E-mail providers. ELBS III Edition. H. use of internet for chemistry.L. Christian & J.3 E-mail. 10 .C. VCH. Chemical Abstracts Services. Source for list of Chemistry Journals – Chemweb.O. VCH etc. 7. Elsevier. T. 2. Isehowr and C. TCP/IP band-width. Jurns. Holt Reinheart & Winston Publication.Co. Computer Applications in Chemistry:K.M.. 1985.D. 3. D. url. Ederes and T. 5. IV Edition 1982. 4. Instrumental Analysis.pmd (Blowup) Internet: Introduction – Internet Service providers in India. by the publishers – ACS.A. 1976 and IV Edition 1985. Strobel. Skoog D.\Tamil\less 1.C.I. VI Edition.A.E.L. http. New Delhi. Co. html. Basic Programming for Chemists – P. Computer in Chemistry – K. Chemical Instrumentation. 4. Willard Merrit. Dean and Settle. 1986. G. Wilkinsons. Tata McGraw Hill. Addison – Wesley Publ.17proof.

Kolthoff and Elwing (all series).ideal binary solutions-dilute solutions-excess functions for non-ideal solutions and their determination-the concepts of activity and activity coefficients-determination of standard free energies. 1986.I . Wilson and Wilson series. Glasstone. 1991. Variation of chemical potential with temperature and pressure. Rajaram and J. Kuriacose. 5. Ms.C.I Unit . 1960. Wiley Eastern Limited. New Delhi.THERMODYNAMICS Partial molar properties – Partial molar free energy (Chemical potential) – Partial molar volume and partial molar heat content – their significance and determination of these quantities. Lal Nagin Chand. 11 .C.S. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY . Choice of standard states – determination of activity and activity coefficients for non-electrolytes. New Delhi. 2. J. Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry. S. Aggarwal. R.3. Thermodynamics for students of chemistry. Thermodynamics for chemists. 4. Principles of Polarography. Treatise on Analytical Chemistry. Affiliated East West Press. Kapoor and B. Books for study and Reference 1. Thermodynamics of real gases – gas mixture – fugacity definition – determination of fugacity – variation of fugacity with temperature and pressure – thermodynamics of ideal and non .

Thermodynamics of Steady State.. 3. Moore. Kuriacose.J. Unit .III – CHEMICAL KINETICS – II Reactions in solutions-effect of pressure. Orient Longman. L. A Text book of Physical Chemistry.\Tamil\less 1. 1993 K. 4.12.5. Methien and Co. Text Books 1. Addision Wesley.17proof.pmd Books for study and Reference 1. enthalpy and entropy of activation and their significance.2. dielectric constant and ionic strength on reactions in solutions-kinetic isotope effects-linear free energy relationships-Hammett and Taft equations-Acid base catalysis-mechanism of acid base catalysed reactions-Bronsted catalysis law. 12 . Denbeigh. K. L. 1962. Ltd. 1988. 3.K.C. Physical Chemistry. Laidler. 2001. Macmillan India Ltd.M. New York. 2.D:rainbow\B. Barrow. London. MacMillan India Ltd. McGraw Hill.A. Chemical Kinetics. Kinetics and mechanism of chemical transformations.G. 1972. G.CHEMICAL KINETICS – I Effect of temperature on reaction rates-collision theory of reaction rates-molecular beams-collision cross sectionseffectiveness of collisions-probability factors-potential energy surfaces-partition functions and activated complex. 1951. Unit .J. W. Eyring equation-estimation of free energy. K. Harper and Row. Nash.II . 1987.. 2. Rajaram and J. London. Elements of Chemical Thermodynamics. Chemistry.. Kapoor. J.

BF3. D. Determination of representations of vibrational modes in non-linear molecules (H2O. 1972.G. SF6 and NH3) Symmetry selection rules for infrared and Raman Spectra-Electronic Spectra of Ethylene and formaldehydeapplication of group theory.Books for study and Reference 1. C. Gopinathan. SF6 and NH3). New York. Chemical Kinetics.J. W. G. 1968. Moore and R. 2.G. Kinetics Systems. Vishal Publications.G. R. Wiley. Ramakrishnan and M. Frost and Pearson.H. 1981. BF3. 5. Chemical Kinetics. Health and Co. Hammes. Harrus. Capellos and B.. 1966.IV . Unit . 1990. Bielski. Wiley Interscience. Principles and selected topics. K. Group Theory in Chemistry. New York. 3. 13 . 4. New York. 1961.C. Text Books 1.S. 1988. V. XeF4. Group theory and its applications to Chemistry.J.GROUP THEORY Symmetry elements and symmetry operations-point groups-identification and determination-reducible and irreducible representations-Direct product representationorthogonality theorem and its consequences-character tablehybrid orbital in non linear molecules (CH4. CH4. I. 2. Amdur and G. Kinetics and Mechanism. McGraw Hill.V. Pearson. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.. Raman. XeF4.M. Kinetics and Mechanism.

Group Theory and Quantum Mechanics. Stobbe. 1. Sandorry. Wiley. John Wiley and Sons. Hydroxylations. Molecular OrbitalTheory for Organic Chemists.A. Schonland. E 2 and E1cB mechanism . 1977. Wittig-Horner and benzoin reactions. nucleophilic and neighbouring group participation mechanism. E2 and E1cB spectrum – Orientation of the double bond – Hoffman and 14 .5. Streitweiser. N.II .. Electronic Spectra and Quantum Chemistry. New York. McGraw Hill Book Company.D:rainbow\B. Molecular symmetry and Group theoryprogrammed introduction to Chemical Aplications.Addition of Halogen and nitrosyl chloride to olefins.12. Hydroboration. 1964. Prentice Hall. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY – II Unit . Thinkham.3-dipolar additions.I . 5.ADDITION TO CARBON-CARBON AND CARBON-HETERO MULTIPLE BONDS Electrophilic. F. Wittig. John Wiley and Sons Inc. London. Stereo chemical aspects to be studied wherever applicable.S.pmd Suggested References: 1. Alan Vincent. Darzen. D.17proof.E1.ELIMINATION REACTIONS E 1. Molecular Symmetry. Cotton. Unit .2. 1961. Michael addition.\Tamil\less 1. 4. Van Nostrand. 1971. New York. 2. 6. New York. Chemical Application of Group Theory.. 3. 1965. New York. Hydration of Olefins and acetylenes. Mannich. A. Carbenes and their addition to double bonds – Simmon Smith Reaction. 1964.A.

MPV reduction. 15 . elimination and substitution. Baeyer-Villiger.OXIDATION AND REDUCTION Mechanism – study of the following oxidation reactions – oxidation of alcohols – use of DMSO in combination with DCC or acetic anhydride in oxidizing alcohols – oxidation of methylene to carbonyl – oxidation of aryl methanes – allylic oxidation of olefins.C.Reductions: Selectivity in reduction of 4t-butyl cyclohexanone using selectrides hydride reductions Synthetic importance of Clemensen and Wolf-Kishner reductions. Recommended Books 1. 2. Typical eliminations to be studied – dehydration. Wolf. dehydrohalogenation and similar reactions. Unit -III . Mechanism of pyrolytic eliminations. 1980. Unit . Favorski. Stevens (in cyclic systems) and Von Richter rearrangements. dienone-phenol. Demjanov. Chapman and Hall. Gould. Nitrene: Methods for generating nitrenes and their reactions. ( A few examples in each rearrangement to be studied).O. Principles of Organic Synthesis by R.IV .Saytzeff rule – competition. Structure and Mechanism by E.Modifications of Wolf-Kishner reduction-Birch reduction. Norman.MOLECULAR REARRANGEMENTS A detailed study with suitable examples of the mechanism of the following rearrangements: PinacolPinocolone (examples other than tetramethyl ethylene glycol) – Wagner-Meerwein. Examples: Chugaev and Cope Elimination. Stereo chemistry of E2 eliminations in cyclohexane systems. London.S.

pmd 3.5. molecular orbital theory and energy level diagrams. 1990.W. Kalsi. 12. 11. Carey and Richart J. Advanced Organic Chemistry III Edition by J.A. Cambridge University Press. Carbenes. spectro chemical series. House. Sing. charge-transfer spectra 16 . 4. Carruthers. 1990. ELBS Publications. 6. The Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company. 1972. Some Modern Methods of Organic Synthesis by W. Advanced Organic Chemistry. Modern Synthetic Reactions by H..\Tamil\less 1.I .D:rainbow\B. Stereochemistry and Mechanism Through Solved Problems by P. Gilchrist and C. Mukherji and S. 1994. Mc Murray. evidences for metal ligand orbital overlap. Ltd. III Edition.S.. Rees. 3rd Edition. Advanced Organic Chemistry – Part B by Francis A.P. 1987. Jahn-Teller distortion.M.. Nitrenes and Arynes by T. concept of weak and strong fields.17proof.L. Sunnberg.THEORIES OF COORDINATION 1. d-orbital splittings. 9.12. 10. Organic Reaction Mechanism by S. 8.O. Thomson Pvt. 1993. London. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY – II Unit .2. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Madras. London. Molecular Rearrangements Vol-I and Vol-II by Paul de Mayo. MacMillan India Ltd. LFSE. 7. Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd. 5. March.1 Crystal field theory and its limitations. Physical organic Chemistry by Niel Issacs.

1966. Text Books 1. New Delhi. Mallik.. potassium. Harper and Collins. d-d transitions. Wilkinson. calcium.A. Introduction to Ligand Fields. NY.N. 4.U.BIOINORGANIC CHEMISTRY Transport proteins: Oxygen carriers. 2. John Wiley & Sons.S. Kotz.D. Kettle. 1992. spectral and magnetic characteristics of transition metal complexes. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – A Comprehensive Text. fixation of nitrogen.E.D. Inorganic Chemistry WB Saunders Co. Coordination Chemistry. zinc and copper.. chlorophyll.A.A. S. energy diagrams. 1993. 1983. carboxy peptidase. 1973.. vitamin B12. redox process.1. Interscience. role of sodium. W. J.ions. S. Huheey. salient features of the photo synthetic process. nephelauxetic effect. Suggested References 1. iron-sulphur proteins. G. ELBS. Madan. Figgis. Unit -II . K. nitrogen cycle. 1988. Oxford IBH. Tul. B. Cotton and G.E.W. Chand & Co. R. 3.F. U. enzymes. carbonic anhydrase.C. 2. Selected topics in Inorganic Chemistry. IV Edition. Inorganic Chemistry. 5. Purcell and J. 1977. F. 17 .Tanabe diagrams.F. Orgel and Sugano . spin orbit coupling. B. Dogulas DH MX Daniels and Alexander.2 Term states for d n . Concepts and Models of Inorganic Chemistry.

M. 1974. Inorganic Phosphorus.pmd 3. M. G. Semiconductors. Types of Magnetic Behaviour . Complexes of First Row Transition Elements. Diffusion. defects in solids.C. NY.W.C.2 3. Formation of Spinels. Garnets. Books and Allied (P) Ltd. Para. spinels and inverse spinels. nonstoichometric compounds. Van Nostrand Co. Day and J. Rutile.S. Neutron and Electron Diffraction. 8.17proof. Inorganic Chemistry. 4. Solid Solutions: Order-Disorder Transformations and Super Structure.III . Comparison of X-Ray. 7.THE CHEMISTRY OF SOLID STATE 3. Vacancy and Interstitial Diffusion.A.Dia. Theoretical Inroganic Chemistry. OUP. II Edition. U.1 Structure of Solids.5. Diffusion Coefficient. P. 3. Manku. Magnetic optical properties of solids.4 18 . Hysterisis. Superconductors.N. Selbin. 1984. Essentials of Biochemistry. D. band theory. Inorganic Chemistry. Wiley London. M. CH Langford. Ferro.\Tamil\less 1. Unit . Use of X-ray powder diffraction data in identifying inorganic crystalline solids. Antiferro and Ferrimagnetism. Shrivers. Diffusion Mechanisms. 5. 1990. 1974. Nicholas..12. Solid State Electrolytes. Sathyanarayana. 1982. Hughes. Cadmium iodide and nickel arsenide. Pervoskite. The Inorganic Chemistry of Biological processes. details for cubic systems. Reactions in Solid State and Phase Transitions. 6.3 3.D:rainbow\B. TMH. Electrical.2. Ferrites. Structure of ZnS. Solid State Lasers. Atkins.

Text Books 1. Basic Solid State Chemistry. Carrier Gas. Flame and Electro thermal.IV . Stationary Phase. V. Columns. Applications.1 Chromatography: Gas-liquid Chromatography. Unit . Atomizers. Instrumentation. Thermal methods : DTA and TGA – application. 1984. Neutron activation analysis. Adams. West. Retention Volumes. 2. Flame Ionization. Thermal Conductivity. 2. Radio immuno assay. Edition.4 19 . Addison. Instrumentation.M. Electron Capture. Solid State Chemistry.E. Radio analytical methods. West. Isotope dilution analysis. Principles.C. A. 4. Column efficiency. Instrumentation. D. 3.F.2 4.3 4. Detectors. Oxford. Radiation sources. 1990.ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 4. 1961.L. Columns. 1974. W. Longman. Structural Principles in Inorganic Chemistry.R. Inorganic Solids. Radiometric Titrations. Wells. John Wiley. Detectors. John Wiley. 1991. application. Suggested References 1. A. High Performance Liquid chromatography : Scope. A.R. Application of G. John Wiley Sons. spectral and chemical interferences. Pumping Systems. Atomic absorption spectroscopy : Theory. Structural Inorganic Chemistry. Column packing.

4. Viscosity. 2.Kinetics of polymerization (Ionic and Addition)Kinetics of Copolymerization -Mechanism of polymerizationChain initiation-propagation. Willson Series.A. Instrumental methods of analysis. Co.Osmometry.D:rainbow\B. 2.1986. D. 4. Molecular weight of polymers-Mw.A.12..Inhibition and retardation-properties of polymers.MACROMOLECULES Polymerization in homogenous and heterogeneous phases .I .\Tamil\less 1.E.pmd Text Books 1.Skoog & Saunders College Publ. Willard Merrit. 3. Kolthoff and Elwing (All Series). 3. ELBS III Edition.5. Principles of Instrumental Methods of analysisD.17proof. III Edition. Textbook of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis-A. Treatise on Analytical Chemistry. Reily.1986. Ultra centrifuge-Gel permeation 20 . H. CBS Publ. Mn determination. VI Edition. Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry. Allegn Recon II Edition.O. IV Edition. Chemical Instrumentation. 1976. Instrumental Analysis. 1982.2.I.II Unit . Light scattering.1985. West Hold Reinhord & Winston Publication. Dean and Settle.Termination-Transfer . Vogel. Suggested References 1. Strobel.A. G.Christian & J. AdditionWesely Publ.A. 1976. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY .Skoog and D. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry.M.D.

3. 2. Unit . New York.Billmeyer. Text Books 1. The Chemistry of High Polymers. New York. 1973. extrusion and calendering.Billmeyar.Flory. 4. Polymer Science Study Guide. G. Principles of Polymer Chemistry. Gordon Breach Science Publishing.. F. Academic Press.Bawn.CHEMICAL KINETICS . Cornell Press.III Catalysis by Enzymes-rate of enzyme catalyzed reactions. Suggested References 1. Wiley Interscience.J. 1973. 1973.Odian.Collins. Butterworth and Co.Rudin. The Elements of Polymer Science and Engineering. Wiley Interscience. NewYork. pH and temperature on enzyme catalyzed reactions-inhibition of enzyme catalyzed reactions.Krishenbaum.W. 1971. C. Experiments in Polymer Science. 5. Ithaca.W. 2.chromatography-crystallinity of polymers-Glass transition temperature-polymer technology moulding. E. New York. London. G. J. effect of substrate concentration.1948.II .S.H. Mc Graw Hill Book Company. Study of surfaces-Langmuir and BET adsorption isotherms-study of kinetics of surface reactions-catalysis by metals.1984. 1973. A. Text book of Polymer Science. semiconductor oxides-mechanism of heterogeneous 21 .Bares and E. An Introductory Text for Engineers and Chemists.E.A. P. Principles of Polymerization.

consecutive reactions. K.. Kinetics Systems. Wiley Inter science.Rajaram and J.C. 22 .C.Laidler. chain reactions. reversible reaction. Suggested Reference Books 1.Kurikose. Mc Graw Hill. Principles and Selected Topics. I. G.G. Chemical Kinetics. C. Mac Millan India Ltd. M. J. 1968. 1993.the absorption coefficient and its significance. 5. Text Books 1.17proof.\Tamil\less 1. R.Bielski.Heat and Co. Kinetics and Mechanism. 3. Harris.J. New York.A.Ambur and G..G. Harper and Row. Kinetics and Mechanism. 1981.G. 2.III – CHEMICAL KINETICS – IV Kinetics of complex reactions. Kinetics and mechanism of chemical transformations.5. parallel reactions. 1972.pmd catalytic reactions. 1966. New York.J.12. Chemical Kinetics. New York.J. Unit . W.2.D:rainbow\B. Study of fast reactions-relaxation methods-temperature and pressure jump methods-stopped flow and flash photolysis methods. Wiley.Moore and R. Chemical kinetics. New York.Pearson.Hammes. 4.Frost and Pearson. D.Capellos and B. general treatment of chain reactions-chain length-Rice Herzfeld Mechanism-explosion limits.J. 1961.1987 2.

Levine. Anantharaman. D. 1997. 4. J. Text Books 1.IV . 1979. New York. Quantum Chemistry. ELBS Oxford University Press.Bockhoff.Mcweeny. Quantum Chemistry.I Inadequacy of classical theory . 1983. Reading Mass.N.QUANTUM CHEMISTRY .uncertainty principle-waves-wave equation for electrons-quantum mechanical postulates-the Schrodinger equation-elementary applications of Schrodinger’s equationthe particle in a box (one. Fundamentals of quantum chemistry. New Delhi.the hydrogen atom.Goodman.Prasad. Plenum Press. University Science Books. 3. Quantum Chemistry.Unit . R. Coulon’s Valence. Elements of Quantum theory. 23 .J. 1992.the origin of quantum number (angular momentum and spin) -their physical significance. 1983. Addison Wesley. T. Mil Valley. R. R.K.Bohrs Quantum theory and subsequent developments. 2. Allyn and Bacon.the Compton effect-wave particle duality. 2001. 1976.the Schrodinger equation for hydrogen atom (no derivation is required) -the solution. California. two and three dimensional cases)particle in a ring – the harmonic oscillator. An Introduction. Boston.the rigid rotor. F. Wiley Eastern. 3. Macmillan India Limited. Suggested References 1. Contemporary Quantum Chemistry.A. Mc Quarrie. 2.

6. Oxford. Quantum Chemistry. Potassium tris (oxalato) aluminate (III) trihydrate 2. 1944. J.Pauling and F. Preparation of the following: 1. V. 1983. Molecular Quantum Mechanics.B.D:rainbow\B.Walter and G. Ti. L. b.\Tamil\less 1.W. Zr. Oxford University Press. New York.17proof. Se. The following are the rare cation to be included: W.Atkins. 1990. PART II a. Physical Chemistry.W.pmd 5. Potassium tris (oxalato) chromate (III) trihydrate 4. Complexometric titrations (EDTA) – Estimation of Ca. Te.A. Ce. P.Wilson Introduction to Quantum mechanics.Eyring. Oxford University Press. Th.Atkins.2. H. 1935. Sodium bis (thiosulphato) cuprate (I) 24 . Mg and Zn. 8. 7. Mo. New York. John Wiley and Sons. P.U and Li. Gimball.I PART I Semi micro qualitative analysis of mixtures containing two common and two rare cations.12.5.S. Tris (thiourea) copper (I) chloride 3. Mc Graw Hill Book Company. PRACTICAL SYLLABUS FIRST YEAR INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL .

5. Hexaminenickel (II) chloride 10. for the derivatives. Tris (thiourea) copper (I) sulphate 6. Bis (acetylacetanato) copper (II) 9. (a) Qualitative analysis (Semimicro) (Mix. (i) Total 1. of 4 radicals cations) (2 rare + 2 common cations) General procedure (Systematic analysis Procedure of mixture) Preparation EDTA (Complexometric titration) Practical Record Note Book Practical Viva-Voce Separation of a mixture of two metal ions by paper chromatography.p. 100 Marks : 35 Marks (b) 2.p. Sodium hexanitrocobaltate (III) 7./ m.p. Separation of zinc and magnesium on an anion exchanger. Chloropentammine cobalt (III) chloride 8. 25 . for components and m. Determination of b. (a) (b) : 10 Marks : 15 Marks : 15 Marks : 10 Marks : 15 Marks ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL . Identification of components in a two component mixture and preparation of their derivatives. (a) (b) 3.Bis (thiocynato) pyridine manganese (II) c.I PART – I 1.

2.17proof.\Tamil\less 1.2. 7. 10.I Experiment in Thermodynamics.12. 9. phase rule. Total Qualitative Organic analysis Preparation Record Viva Preparation of 0-benzylbenzoic acid p-Nitrobenzoic acid from p-Nitrotoluene Anthroquinone from anthracene Benzhydrol from benzophenone m-Nitroaniline from m-dinitrobenzene 1. colligative properties. 4. 6.A.3-Dimethylindole from phenyl hydrazine and 2butanone (boiling acetic acid) Methyl orange from sulphanilic acid Diphenyl methane from benzyl chloride : : : : : 100 Marks 40 Marks 35 Marks 10 Marks 15 Marks PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS . 3. Any six preparation from the following.D:rainbow\B. 8. 26 .5. 1.pmd PART – II 2. chemical equilibrium and chemical kinetics. 5.4-Tetrahydrocarbozole from cyclohexanone p-chlorotoluene from p-toluidine 2. 2.3. Typical examples are given and a list of experiments is also provided from which suitable experiments can be selected as convenient.

Verification of Beer Lambert Law Detailed list of Experiments for Physical Chemistry Practical Typical list of possible experiments are given. 2. Experiments of similar nature and other experiments may also be given. 4. 3. Reaction rate and evaluation of other kinetic parameters using polarimetry. Study the kinetics of the reaction between acetone and iodine in acidic medium by half life method and determine the order with respect to iodine and acetone. analytical techniques 5. Adsorption isotherm 4. Study the inversion of cane sugar in presence of acid using Polarimeter. Determine the rate constant and order of reaction for the reaction between potassium persulphate and potassium iodide and determine the temperature coefficient and energy of activation of the reaction. Study the Saponification of ethyl acetate by sodium hydroxide conductometrically and determine the order of the reaction. Phase diagram construction involving two/three component systems. 5. 3. Study the effect of ionic strength on the rate constant for the saponification of an ester. 27 .1. The list given is only a guideline. Determination of molecular weight 2. 1. A minimum of 10-12 experiments have to be performed in a Year.

Study the kinetics of the decomposition of sodium thiosulphate by mineral acid (0. Study the reduction of aqueous solution of ferric chloride by stannus chloride. Construction of the phase diagram of the three component of partially immiscible liquid system (DMSOwater-benzene. Construction of phase diagram for a simple binary system : naphthalene . 28 .phenanathrene and benzophenone. 12.12. 9. 10. acetone –chloroform-water.diphenyl amine. 7.pmd 6.5M HCl).2.A. Study the absorption of acetic acid by charcoal (Freundlich isotherm). Study the primary salt effect on the kinetics of ionic reactions and test the Bronsted relationship (iodide ion is oxidized by persulphate ion).5. 15.\Tamil\less 1.D:rainbow\B. Construction of the boiling point composition diagram for a mixture having maximum boiling point and minimum boiling point. 11.17proof. 16. 8. To study the phase diagram for m-toluidine and glycerine system. chloroform-acetic acid-water). 13. 14. Determine the equilibrium constant of the reaction between Iodine and potassium iodide by partition method. Determine the molecular weight of benzoic acid in benzene and find the degree of association. Study the salt effect on the reaction between acetone and iodine.

Proton chemical shift. Huckel’s rule-Aromatic systems withpi electron numbers other than six .I PHYSICAL METHODS OF STRUCTURE DETERMINATION Principles and applications of ultraviolet and infra-red spectroscopy in Organic structure determination. spinspin coupling. Mass spectrometry and its applications. Nuclear magnet resonance spectroscopy. (for molecules with a maximum number of C ) Woodward 10 Fieser Rule (only application).III Photochemical exitation-fate of the excited moleculesJablonski diagram–study of photochemistry of ketone-photo reduction-photo cyclo addition-Paterno-Buchi reaction-di-pimethane rearrangement-Pericyclic reactions-classificationorbital symmetry-Woodword Hoffman rules-Analysis of 29 . Unit . Optical rotatory dispersion and its applications.13 C resonance spectroscopy (elementary treatment). coupling constants and applications to organic stuctures. Cotton effect. heterocyclic and nonbenzenoid compounds. axial haloketone rule and octant rule. Interconversion of hexatrienes to cyclohexadienes.non-aromatic (cyclooctatetraene etc) and anti-aromatic systems (cyclobutadiene etc)-systems with more than 10pi electronsAnnulenes up to C (synthesis of all these compounds is not 18 expected).II O R G A N I C P H O TO C H E M I S T RY A N D AROMATICITY Aromaticity of benzenoid. Unit . Problem solving approach.SECOND YEAR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY –III (THEORY) Unit .

12. Schiemann. I.2.II.M.C.Finar. 2. Spectroscopy of Organic compounds by P. Chennai. Wiley Eastern Ltd. a fluxional molecule. Elucidation of structure of cholesterol (by chemical degradation). guanine only). New Delhi.5. ELBS Publication. isoflavones. anthocyanins.S. 5th edition.. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. 3.\Tamil\less 1. G. Organic chemistry. Introduction to the Spectroscopic methods for the identification Organic Compounds-2 volumes.Silverstein.D:rainbow\B. oxazole. Spectrometric identification of Organic compounds by R. pyrimidines (cytocine and uracil only) and purines (adenine.Kalsi. Application of absorption spectroscopy of Organic compounds by J. 30 .Cope and Claisen rearrangements. thiazole.A. Recommended books 1.L.Dyer. 5. Structure of bulvalene. Vol. Synthesis of parent and simple alkyl or aryl substituted derivatives are expected). 4.HETEROCYCLES. Conversion of Cholestrol to progestrone esterone and testosterone. flavones. Pergaman Press.IV . John Wiley and Sons. TERPENOIDS AND STEROIDS SYNTHESIS OF THE FOLLOWING Imidazole.Bassler and Monsil.pmd electrocyclic and sigmatropic reactions-correlation diagram for butadiene –cyclobutene system. New York. Synthesis of Vitamin A1 (Reformatsky and Wittig reaction methods only). Unit .17proof.

ligand protonation.A. 8.. Molecular reaction and Photochemistry by Charles H. Principles of Modern heterocyclic chemistry by L. Depuy and Orville. carbonylation and decarboxylation. 3rd Editionn (1990). Kalsi. 1987. synthesis. Catalysis: Hydrogeneration of olefins (Wilkinson’s catalyst ). Advanced Organic Chemistry by Francis A. 1999. 10.1978. electrophilic and nucleophilic attack on ligands. London. Sundberg.ORGANO METALLIC CHEMISTRY 1. Textbook of Organic Chemistry. structure and bonding..addition and elimination. Macmillan India Ltd. Plenum Press. oxidative addition.S. Interscience Publishers. L. hydroformylation of olefins using cobalt or 31 .I . 7. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. P. Physical Organic Chemistry by Neil S..3.March. Ltd. 12. Issacs.6. fluxionality.Chapman. metalation. Pacquette. 9.Carey and Richard J. 1. Advanced Organic Chemistry III Edition by J. New Delhi Introduction to Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds by R. acetylene and allyl systems. Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co. 11. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY III Unit . Reactions: Association. bonding in carbonyls and nitrosyls.substitution. olefin. Acheson. ELBS Publication. 1.1. Carbon donors: Alkyls and aryls.M. chain and cyclic donars. New York. metallocenes.2.

infra-red and Raman spectra of metal complexes. Organo metallic Chemistry. 2. cyclo oligomerization of acetylene using nickel catalyst (Reppe’s catalyst).17proof. Wiley Eastern Co. 3. 2. Text Books 1.C. Green and K.\Tamil\less 1. R.II . Purcell and J.F. 2. Singh. Coates. R.A. visible. organo metallics and simple inorganic compounds with special reference to coordination sites.L. V Edition.D:rainbow\B.B. Chapman and Hall. Suggested References 1.. Methven Co.pmd rhodium catalysts (oxoprocess). oxidation of olefins to aldehydes and ketones (Wacker process). Powell.2. London.12.1. OUP. M. 1977. Wilkinson. P. Reaction mechanisms of Inorganic and Organo metallic systems. 1992. Principles of Organo metallic chemistry .A. A. Principles of Organo metallic chemistry. 4. John Wiley & Sons (1988).. Faraday method-applications. Kotz. polymer bound catalysts.5.1. 1988. Inorganic Chemistry..Applications to inorganic systems of the following: ultraviolet. Jordon. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry.Guoy method.INORGANIC SPECTROSCOPY MAGNETIC PROPERTIES 2. Cotton and G. I AND Unit . isomerism.1. Mehothra.Magnetic Susceptibillity and measurements. 1998. Wade. 32 . 1991.C. We Saunders Co. G.2. polymerization (Zeigler-Natta Catalyst). F. K.

Unit -III . Unit . Kramers theorem. H. Coordination Chemistry. Physical methods in Advanced Inorganic Chemistry.. Hill and P. Academic Press. Heslp and K. Anisotropy-g.1. Blackwell Scientific Publ.. R.INORGANIC SPECTROSCOPY-II 3.R. Ebesworth. nuclear hyperfine splitting. Reinhold NY. Elsevier Scientific Publ.IV ESR Introduction – Zeeman equation. I and Vol.V. NMR shift reagents. 1976. 19F. esr of transition metal complexes of copper. Butterworths. Ferraro. J. NQR and Mossbauer spectra – NMR of 31P.Text Books 1. Applications to Inorganic systems of the following: NMR. 2. D. Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry. Vol. 1973.A.B. Rao. WH. Physical methods in Inorganic Chemistry. Mossbauer of Fe and Sn systems. Cracdock. Rankin and S. Experimental methods. Day. 2.A. Suggested References 1. Burger. NQR – Nitrosyl compounds. 1968. Spectroscopy in Inorganic Chemistry. Drago. John Wiley. R. K. 33 .value and hyperfine splitting constant. simple carbon centered free radicals. C. manganese and vanadyl complexes. 3.N. II. Mc Connel’s equation.R. 4. 1968. Inorganic Chemistry. 1987. interpretations of the spectrum. g-value. Jones.O. 1970. E.

I and Vol. John Wiley. Physical methods in Advanced Inorganic Chemistry. D.II. Experimental methods. J. 2. 1968. Physical methods in Inorganic Chemistry. fine structure in PES.R. G.R. Spectroscopy in Inorganic Chemistry.. Inorganic Chemistry. Reinhold Ny.5. Text Books 1.\Tamil\less 1. 1968.pmd Photoelectron spectroscopy (UV and X-Ray)-photo electron spectra-Koopman’s theorem.Rankin and S.Rao.Burger. H. Elesworth. 1987.II Approximation methods-perturbation and variation method-application to hydrogen. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY .QUANTUM CHEMISTRY . K.17proof. 5.III Unit . R. R. Aruldas. 4.Ferraro..Cradock. 3.Day. Butterworths. Blackwell Scientific Publ.Coupling and term symbols for atoms in the ground state.N. 2. Structural methods in Inorganic Chemistry.A. 1973. Molecular Structure and Spectroscopy – Prentice Hall. Born-Oppenheimer approximation-valence bond theory for Hydrogen molecule-LCAO-MO theory for di and poly 34 .D:rainbow\B.A.12. helium atoms-R. Suggested Refernces 1. 1976.Heslop and K.V.S. Elsevier Scientific Publ.Hill and P. chemical shift and correlation with electronic charges.I .A.H.O.2.B. C. Academic Press.W.Drago. Coordination Chemistry. Vol. 1970.Jones. E.

Tata Mc Graw Hill. 1992. Murrell.K. A. Molecular Quantum Mechanics. Mill Valley. Benjamin/Cumming. Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry. D. Chemical Structure and Bonding. P. Kettle and J.A. Gray. W. California. Menlo Park. Suggested References 1. Unit . 2. Debye-Huckel theory of strong electrolytes-activity coefficient of strong electrolytesdetermination of activity coefficient by electrical methodDebye Huckel limiting law at appreciable concentration of electrolytes-Huckel equation-Debye Huckel Bronsted equation-qualitative and quantitative verification-Debye Huckel limiting law. New Delhi. 1983. Hanna. Tedder.F. Oxford. Oxford University Press.W. Atkins. 2.M. 3. 4. butadiene and benzene) – semi-empirical methods –Slater orbital and HF-SCF methods.I Mean ionic activity and mean ionic activity coefficientconcept of ionic strength.atomic molecules-concept of hybridization-Huckel theory for conjugated molecules (ethylene. S. Mc Quarrie. Wiley.B. Text Books 1.L. 1985. Quantum Chemistry. R. 1965.A. London. Electrode-electrolyte interface-adsorption 35 . 5.Benjamin Inc. Wiley Eastern. M.M. Chandra.II . Introductory Quantum Chemistry. Quantum Chemistry.A. J. University Science Books. De Koch and H. California. Prasad. R.W. 1983. The Chemical Bond.K.ELECTRO CHEMISTRY .

New York. J.K. Electrode Kinetics and Structure of Double layer.D:rainbow\B.A. Delahay. Suggested Reference Books 1. New York. Bokris and A. Unit . Electrochemistry. Affiliated East West Press.5. Robbins.O. Glasstone. 1993.R.M. Oxford. Introduction to Electrochemistry.Guoy Chappmann and Stern model of electrical double layers. 2. New York. 1991.III – SPECTROSCOPY Interaction of matter with radiation-Einstein’s theory of transition probability-rotational spectroscopy of a rigid rotornon-rigid rotor-diatomic and polyatomic molecules. Principles and Applications of Electrochemistry.2.12.\Tamil\less 1. Irreversible Thermodynamics-Forces and fluxes-linear force –flux relation –phenomenological equations-Onsager’s theoremdiffusion-electrokinetic phenomena-membrane potential.pmd at electrified interface-electrical double layer-electro capillary phenomenon-Lippmann equation-Structure of double layersHelmholtz –Perrin. Clarendon press. Rieger. Vols1 and 2 Plenum. Chapman and Hall. Crow. Inter science. 1977. 1994. P. 1965.N. J. Electrochemistry. Raman Spectra. Text Books 1. New Delhi. S.H. Vibrational spectroscopy-harmonic oscillator-anharmonicity-vibrational spectra of poly atomic molecules-vibrational frequenciesgroup frequencies-vibrational coupling-overtones-Fermi resonance. Reddy. 36 . D. 1960. 4. 2. Chapman and Hall. Ions in Solution-An Introduction in electrochemistry.17proof. 3. P.

Prentice Hall. 1964. J. Aruldas. Introduction to Molecullar Spectroscopy.W. G. 1967. NMR in Chemistry McMilan Ltd. McGraw Hill Book CO.King.Rieneheart and Winston.Decius and D. McGraw Hill Ltd. P.W.C. Atkins.D Mc Lachlan .. McGraw Hill. New York. 37 . Text Books 1. E. Advanced Physical Chemistry. Wilson. 1986.M.IV Resonance spectroscopy-Zeeman effect-equation of motion of spin in magnetic fields-chemical shift-spin-spin coupling-NMR of simple AX and AMX type moleculescalculation of coupling constants-13C. W.Introduction to Magnetic Resonance Harper and Row. 3. 2002.B. Unit . G. 4.Holt. 1990. Spectroscopy and Molecular Structure. 1971.. 31P NMR spectraapplications-a brief discussion of Fourier transformation resonance spectroscopy.. Oxford Press. 1955. 4.19F. Caringtion and A.Cross. A. G. 2. 3.Barrow. Basic principles of Spectroscopy. Molecular structure and spectroscopy.C.Kemp. Raymond Chang .Electronic spectra of polyatomic molecules-group symmetry of molecules and selection rules-types of transitionsolvent effects. Suggested Reference Books 1. 2. New York. Molecular Vibrations. 1962. New York.

Magnetic Resonance. Total synthesis of quinine.P Tunstal. F.11 and 111. 8. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY . Cystine.5. C.II .D:rainbow\B.1989.\Tamil\less 1. Mordern NMR Spectroscopy. J.IV Unit .ALKALOIDS AND PROTEINS Peptides and their synthesis (Synthesis of tripeptide using the Amino acids Glycine. 11.Merrified synthesis.M. A. Oxford. New York. E. Sanders. 10..Constable and B. Oxford University Press. B. Lysine.Staughan and S.12.pmd 5. Argitine). 7. 1970.D.Jones.K.K. J.K. 1972.P.17proof.Banwell Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy McGraw Hill. Huntherm Modern NMR Spectroscopy . Spectroscopy Vol.I . 38 .Walker. resperine and cocaine. Oxford. morphine. Oxford.Chapman and Hall 1976.W.2. Heydon and Son Ltd.C. Oxford chemistry Series.Rushworth and D.Mclauchlan.Programmed Introduction to Infra red spectroscope.1973.Sanders and B.K.A. A Guide for Chemists. Nuclear Magnetic Rewsonance Gorden and Breaqch Science Publishing. Alenine. K. Glutamine acid.A World Book of chemical problems. 9. B.1966.Cook and K.A. 6.N.BIO-ORGANIC CHEMISTY Structure and role of (genetic code) of DNA and RNA (Nucleotides only) Biosynthesis of Cholestrol and bile acids only.Hunther.1987. Determination of tertiary structure of proteins.1. Unit .

Sandmayer reaction . protections and deprotection of functional groups (R-OH. The following aromatic radical substituents are to be studied: decomposition of diazocompounds.1. Introduction to Alkaloids by G. Guide book to Organic synthesis by Raymond K. Bicyclo(4. Diels-Alder reactions. Phosphorus and sulphur Ye Robinson annulation. 9BBN. diisobutylaluminimumhydride (DIBAL). Uses of the following reagents: DCC. R-NH2 and R-COOH). cubane. Unit .Gauchmann reaction. Sunith. trans-9-methyl-1-decalone.III .Gombereg . Ulmann reaction. 2. Trimethyl silyliodides.IV Synthesis of the following target molecules : longifolene. Pschorr reaction.MODERN SYNTHETIC METHODOLOGY AND FREE RADICALS Synthesis of simple organic molecules using standard reaction like acetylation and alkylation of enamines and active methylene compounds. Long lived and short lived free radicals. Adddition of free radicals to olefinic double bonds. 5-hexenoic acid. methods of generation of free radicals. Swan. phenolscoupling . Grignard reactions. R-CO-R. RCHO. ELBS Publication.0)heptane-2-one and onocerin. mechanism of Hunsdicker reaction Detection of free radicals by ESR. 39 . Mackle and David M.3-dithiane (mpolung). Chemistry of alkaloids by Pelletier. Recommended Books 1. 1.Unit .A. 3. Trimethylsilylchloride.

Plenum Press. R. Robert J. 1980.Morrison. R. Organic synthesis by R. Wiley Eastern Ltd . Prentice-Hall of India Pvt.pmd 4. 40 . New Delhi. 1975.Let Rowitz.Boyd. Champan and Hall. John Wiley and Sons. 6.Sundbreg. 13. 10. New York. 5. Dole.12. Advanced Organic Chemistry by Francis.O.A. ELBS Publication.17proof.II BY I. 7. Chemistry of organic natural products by Agarwal. 1990.R.H. 1986. Principles of organic synthesis by R.T.I.E. Paul.2.A. Principles of Biochemistry General aspects by L.5.C.Gould. Finar.. 9.S. H. W. 12. Advanced Organic Chemistry by Jerry March. New Delhi. New Delhi. 11. Robert L. Ltd.Norman. NY. Struture and Mechanism by E. McGraw Hill Int (7th Edition) Biochemistry by Lubert Stryer.. Vol . Prentice-Hall of India Pvt .D:rainbow\B. Goel Publishing House. New York. Philp Handler and abrahim white. Ireland.Carey Richard J.Freeman and Co. George Bruening and Roy. 3rd Edition. L.. Organic Chemistry V Edition. Conn.Stumpf. Hill .Ltd.E. Robert Lehman. Organic Chemistry. 6th Edition. Outlines of Biochemistry V Edition by Eric .S.\Tamil\less 1. 8. 14. 1992.Smith..

1 COORDINATION CHEMISTRY – REACTION MECHANISMS : Electron transfer reactions. Basolo and R. W. Harper and Collins. reactivity of platinum complexes.2 1. McGraw Hill Co. 3..IV UNIT 1 1.Inorganic Chemistry.G.A.Kotz. successor complexes. atoms transfer reaction.Benson. Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions in Solution.F. Suggested References 1. the binding ligand.C. D..Huheey. S.influences of entering. leaving and other groups.B. the transeffect.NY IV Edition. Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions Wiley.Kettle. 1977. F. 2. 1973. 1993. formation and rearrangement of precursor complexes. Inorganic Chemistry. 1968.3 Text Books 1.F.. outer and inner sphere processes. Substitution Reactions: Substitution in square planar complexes.substitution of octahedral complexes of cobalt and chromium. replacement of coordinated water. Rearrangement in 4 and 6 coordinate complexes: reaction at coordinated ligands-template effect. 1. K.Pearson. Marcus theory. 41 .INORGANIC CHEMISTY . ELBS.Purcell and J. 2. J. solvolytic(acids and bases) reactions applications in synthesis (platinum and cobalt complexes only). Coordination Chemistry.Saunders Co. 1967.

cross section.D:rainbow\B.. 1969. photonuclear and thermo nuclear reactions. Arnikar. 1987. Nuclear Chemistry. Unit .5.1 Nuclear Reactors : fast breeder reactors.A. particle accelerators. Stellar energy: Synthesis of elements. reactions. cyclotron and synchrotron. internal conversion. John Wiley & Sons. bubble chamber.. compound nucleus theory: high energy nuclear reactions. origin of nuclear forces. Nuclear reactions: Types.r. Glasstone.s. nuclear fission and fusion reactions as energy sources. G. Nuclear and Radiochemistry.J. carbon burning: The e. Wiley Eastern Co. Modes of radioactive decay: Orbital electron capture: nuclear isomerism.2.M. detection and determination of activity by cloud chamber. hydrogen burning.W.4 Text Books 1.. 2. 42 . linear accelerators.III 3. nuclear emulsion.17proof.\Tamil\less 1. Source Book on Atomic Energy. 1964. G. Miller. S. II Edition. Scintillation and Cherenkov counters.pmd Unit . Kennady and J. energy. 2.3 2. Qvalue. J.1 Nuclear properties: Nuclear spin and moments. Van Nostrand Co.p and x processes. Suggested References 1. salient features of the liquid drop and the shell models of the nucleus.II . direct reactions. Frielander.M. H.12.2 2.NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 2.

Coordination numbers. Pb. Text Books 1. nuclear and non-nuclear applications.A. 1987. The Chemistry of lanthanides and actinides: Oxidation states. Photoredox and isomerisation processes.3 4. Cr. 3..A.W.J.3 Unit . Advanced Inorganic Chemistry. F. 3.2 Inorganic Photochemistry: Photosubstitution. Jordan.IV . A.ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 4. Edition. F. 1988. Hart. H. 2. spectral magnetic characteristics. BOD. oxides of nitrogen. 1975. F..A. Basolo and R. R. Wiley.3. 3. OUP. 1975.. Suggested References 1. Fleischauer Concepts of Inorganic Photochemistry.W. Analytical Methods in Environmental toxins. 2. Arnikar. F. Ferason. Stereochemistry. The Heavy Transition Elements McMillan Co. Glasstone. Adamson and P. Wiley. Cotton and G. Toxicity of Hg.G. COD (1 Hour) Ambient air quality standards: Photochemical somog. Mechanisms of Inorganic Reactions. A. John Wiley & Sons. Reaction Mechanism of inorganic and Organometallic Systems. II Edition. Wiley Eastern Co. Source Book on Atomic Energy.4 Water Quality Standards. Wilkinson. 1967. Toxic Chemicals in environmental: LD50. Van Nostrand Co. V.2 4. Cotton. New York. application of metal complexes in solar energy conversion. 1969. 1991. 43 . 4. Nuclear Chemistry.B.

Oxford I Bh.ELECTROCHEMISTRY – II Mechanism of electrode reaction . 1991. Jones. Earnshaw.H. 44 . Transurenium elements.2. Chemistry of Elements Pergamon. New York. Affiliated East West Press.E. Electro chemical inorganic reactions of technological interest.pmd 4. 5. New York. Chapman and Hall. Introduction to Electrochemistry.B. Rieger. Glasstone.5. R. Seaborg. Principles and Applications of Electrochemistry. G. 6 7. Douglas.D:rainbow\B. S. 1960.A. J. N. 3.. Seaborg. chapman and hall. Dowden Hitchinson & Ross. P.T. Crow. 1978.T. Corrosion and passivation of metals.Pourbaix diagramEvan’s diagram-fuel cells-electrodeposition . Elsevier Co. 2. Greenwood and A. 9. 1957.\Tamil\less 1. Electrochemistry.significance of electron exchange current density and symmetry factor-transfer coefficient and its significance-mechanism of the hydrogen and oxygen evolution reactions.12. II Edition. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY – IV Unit . New Delhi. Heslop and K. 1994.polarization and overpotential – the Butler Volmer equation for one step and multistep electron transfer reactions. 1984.R. Methuen. D. D.H.principle and applications. Katz. B.N. 1983.J. McDaniels & Alexander.I . The Chemistry of Actinide Elements. Inorganic Chemistry.17proof. G. Text Books 1. 1976.

Unit . Vols.O. Brett. Statistical Thermodynamics. Methods and Applications. 45 . Delahay. 1972. M. Maxwell-Boltzmann. O. Reading. OUP. Electrochemistry. Interscience.A Introduction to Electrochemistry. 4. Oxford. R. 1 and 2 plenum. Clarendon Press. isotope exchange and dissociation of diatomic molecules-application of partition functions to heat capacities of ideal gases-heat capacity of solids (Einstein and Debye Models) Text Books 1. Bockris and A.A.Suggested Reference Books 1.C. 1993. P. Gupta. Ions in Solution. J. New York. 2.M. Brett and A. J.THERMODYNAMICS – II Objectives of statistical thermodynamics-concept of thermodynamics and mathematical probabilities-distribution of distinguishable and non-distinguishable particles. Hasee.K. 1969. Thermodynamics of irreversible process. Addition Wesley.M. mass.N. diatomic and polyatomic ideal gases-thermodynamic functions in terms of partition functions.S. 1965. C. 2.II . Rabbins. Fermi-Dirac and Bose Einstein statistics – comparison and applications-modes of contribution to energy-ortho and para hydrogen – radiation law-electron in metals. Electrode kinetics and structure of Double layer. Partition function-evalution of translational. 1990. 3. Ms. Electrochemistry Principles. vibrational and rotational partition functions for mono. Reddy. 1977. Wiley Easter. Oxford. New Delhi.

A problem approach. Chapman and hall.5. Prentice Hall. Dole. 2. 4.12. Prigogine. 1973. Schaum Series. Photo physical process and kinetics of photochemical reactions. New York. Interscience. 1954.J. Elementary Statistical Thermodynamics. Smith. photoredox reactions. photo substitution. Introduction to Thermodynamics of irreversible process. 1976. Unit .17proof. photo assisted electrolysis of water.IV – PHOTOCHEMISTRY – II Experimental methods-quantum yield and life measurements-steady state principle-quantum yield and chemical actinometry. I. Statistical Thermodynamics. photoisomerization photovoltaic and photogalvanic cells. N. 1961. Mc Clelland.\Tamil\less 1. 1961.2.pmd Suggested Reference Books 1. 5. Pleunum Press New York. photosensitized reaction. 46 . Statistical Thermodynamics. London.D:rainbow\B. 3. B. aspects of solar energy conversion. Clyde. Unit .A. New York. photoelectrochemical cells.O.III – PHOTOCHEMISTRY – I Adsorption and emission of radiation-Franck-Condon Principle-decay of electronically excited states-radiative and non radiative processes-fluorescence and phosphorescence-spin forbidden radiative transition-internal conversion and intersystem crossing-energy transfer process-excimers and exciplexes-static and dynamic quenching-Stern Volmer analysis. Physical Chemistry. McGraw Hill.

Suggested Books for Reference 1. London. Wayne. Gilbert. Cummings. London. Menlo Park. N. Rohatgi Mukherjee. Determination of chromium and nickel in stainless steel.N. Photochemistry. 1970. 1978. PRACTICAL SYLLABUS INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL – II QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX MATERIALS a. R. 2. Pitts. 3. Turro. 5. 1978. Modern Molecular Photochemistry. Cundell and A. Benjamin. 3. Determination of tin and lead in solder.Text Books 1.P.. Determination of percentage of calcium and magnesium in dolomite. Fundamentals of Photochemistry. California. 2. Wiley. Determination of percentage of MnO2 in pyrolusite.K. J. Thomas Nelson. 4. London. Photochemistry. Photochemistry. Analysis of Ores and Alloys 1. 47 . Wiley Eastern Ltd. Butterworths. 1970.J. 2. Calvert and J.P. K.G. Determination of copper and zinc in brass. R. 1966.

copper. 3. Colorimetric analysis: (Using) Photoelectric method: Estimation of iron. 2. 48 . List of spectra to be given for interpretation. 7. Analysis of Inorganic Complex Compounds: 1. e. iron and nickel. 8. manganese. Preparation of potassium tris (oxalato) ferrate (III) and analysis for iron and oxalate.5. Preparation of cis and trans potassium bis(oxalato) diaquochromate and analysis of each of these for chromium.2.\Tamil\less 1. 2. 1. 5. ESR Spectra of the H atoms in CaF2 ESR Spectra of the [Mn(H2O)6]2+ ion ESR Spectra of the bis (salicyladiminato) copper (II) 6.pmd b. 31 31 19 1 P NMR Spectra of methylphosphate P NMR Spectra of HPF2 F NMR Spectra of ClF3 H NMR Spectra of of Tris (ethylthioace toacetanato) cobalt (III) Expanded high resolution 1H NMR spectra of (N-propylisonitrosoacetylacetoneiminato) (acetylacetoneiminato) Nickel (II) ESR Spectra of the aqueous ON(SO3)22. nickel.D:rainbow\B.12. Quantitative analysis: Quantitative analysis of mixtures of iron and magnesium. 9.17proof.ion. copper and nickel and copper and zinc. 4.A. d.

15. IR Spectra of the sulphato ligand IR Spectra of the nitro and nitritopentaminecobalt (III) chloride IR Spectra of the dimethylglyoxime ligand and its Nickel (II) complex. 3rd Edition. IR Spectra of carbonyls Mossbauer spectra of FeSO4. IV. 13. 16. Text book of Inorganic quantitative analysis: by Vogel. Interpretation of Spectra Practical Record Note Book Practical Viva-Voce Text Books 1. Colorimetric Estimation (Estimation : 15 marks and Procedure : 5 marks) : 20 marks III. : 15 marks : 10 marks : 15 marks : : : 15 marks 15 marks 10 marks 49 . 2. 12. 17. Estimation of mixture containing two metal ions Volumetric Gravimetric Procedure II.10. 14.7H2O Mossbauer spectra of FeCl3 Mossbauer spectra [Fe(CN)6]3Mossbauer spectra [Fe(CN)6]4- INORGANIC CHEMISTRY . 11. Skoog. Principles of Instrumental Analysis: Dougles A.II PRACTICAL – II Maximum marks : 100 Duration : 6 Hours I.

12.\Tamil\less 1. 6. 5.2.3. p-nitroaniline from acetanilide m-Nitrobenzoic acid from methylbenzoate. Estimation of Ketone. ANY SIX PREPARATIONS FROM THE FOLLOWING INVOLVING TWO STAGES Sym-Tribromobenzene from aniline. 7. m-Nitrobenzoic acid from benzaldehyde p-bromoaniline from acetanilide Anthraquionone from phthalic anhydride.D:rainbow\B. 4. 2. 50 . Iodine value of an oil. 6. SPECIAL INTERPRETATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. Phthalide from phthalic anhydride 2-phenyl indole from phenylhydrazine 2-4.pmd ORGANIC CHEMISTRY – PRACTICAL – II a. 2. UV. 4. 9. 2.4-Dinitrobenzoic acid from p-nitrotoluene. ANY FIVE ESTIMATIONS Estimation of aniline Estimation of phenol Estimation of glucose (Bertrands Methods) Saponification of fat or an oil. 5.17proof.A.5-Trimethylbenzene Pinacolone 1. IR. 8. 3. b. 1. 10. Dinitrophenyl hydrazine from p-nitrochlorobenzene. 1. c. 3. 1. PMR AND MASS SPECTRA OF 15 COMPOUNDS.5. 2.

8. 11. 6. 15. N-Dimethylamino ethanol Pyridine 4-Picoline 1. 10. 4. Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry Raj K. 12. 2. 3 -dibromo -1. 9. 3. Bansal. A Text Book of Practical Organic Chemistry by Arthur I. Vogel. 7. Wiley Eastern Limited.1-dichloropropene Cinnamaldehyde Total Preparation Estimation Interpretation of Spectra Record Viva : : : : : : 100 Marks 25 marks 30 marks 20 marks 10 marks 15 marks Recommended Books 1. Benzyl bromide Phenylacetone 2-Methoxyethyl acetate Acetone Isopropyl alcohol Acetaldehyde diacetate 2-N. 13. 51 .3. 5. Laboratory manual of Organic Chemistry by Mann and Saunders. n-prophyl amine p-Methoxybenzyl alcohol. 14.

precipitation titrations involving a single halide. a. potentiometry. 4. CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS 1. 4.pmd PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY – PRACTICAL . Conductometric titrations between acid and (simple and mixture of strong and weak acids) base. pHmetry and spectroscopy.17proof. Determination of equivalent conductance of a strong electrolyte and verification of Debye Huckel law. Determination of solubility product of a sparingly soluble salt. b. 3. Salt-Base titration. 3. Determination of pH and calculation of pKa. SaltAcid titration. Determination of thermodynamic quantities from EMF measurements and potentiometric titrations.12. Determination of standard potentials(Cu and Zn) 2. 2. 7. Interpretation of simple UV-Vis spectra of simple molecular for the calculation of molecules data - 52 .II Experiments in electrochemistry. Precipitation titration of mixture of halides by emf measurements. Determination of stability constant of a complex.2.D:rainbow\B.\Tamil\less 1. 5. SPECTROSCOPY : Experiments given is to familiarise only the interpretation of spectra provided. Redox titrations. c. conductometry. Verification of Ostwald’s dilution law for a weak electrolyte. EMF MEASUREMENTS: 1.5. 6.A. Verification of Debye Huckel law.

(5 typical spectra will be provided). Experiments of similar nature and other experiments may also be given. The list given is only a guideline. 6. A minimum of 10-12 experiments have to be performed in a year.identification of functional groups. Determine the equivalent conductance of weak acid at different concentrations and verify Ostwald’s dilution law and calculate the dissociation constant of the acid. 5. Determine the dissociation constant of an acid at different dilution. Determine the activity coefficient of zinc ions in the solution of 0. Conductometric titrations of a mixture of HCl.calculation of force constant identification and interpretation of spectra (5 each in IR and NMR will be provided). 4. d.01 M KBrO3. 1. 2. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS SUGGESTED FOR PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL -II Typical list of possible experiments are given. using Debye Huckel limiting law. CH3COOH and CuSO4 and sodium hydroxide. Determine the equivalent conductivity of a strong electrolyte at different concentrations and examine the validity of the Onsager’s theory as limiting law at high dilutions. Determine the solubility product of silver bromate and calculate its solubility in water and in 0. 3. IR and NMR spectra . 53 .002 M Zinc sulphate using Debye Huckel limiting law.

Determine the dissociation constant of acetic acid titrating it with sodium hydroxide using quinhydrone as an indicator electrode and calomel as a reference electrode. Determine the pH of the given solution with the help of indicators using buffer solutions and by colorimetric method. Determine the pH of a given solution by emf method using glass and calomel electrode and evaluate pK value of an acid.001M solutions at 298 K and find the standard potentials for these electrodes and test the validity of Nernst equation. 17. 9.5. 11. 8.12. 10.04M KI and 0. Perform acid base titration in a non aqueous medium.A.pmd 7. 12. 14. Determine the pH of a given solution by emf methods using hydrogen electrode and quinhydrone electrode. 16. Determine the solubility product of lead iodide at 298K and 308 K Compare the relative strength of acetic acid and monochloroacetic acid by conductance method. Determine the electrode potentials of Zn and Ag electrodes in 0.1M and 0.\Tamil\less 1.17proof. 13. Determine the solubility of lead iodide in water. 0. Determine the strength of a given solution of KCl using differential potentiometric titration technique. 15.2. 54 .D:rainbow\B.04M Pb(NO3)2 at 298 K. Determine the equivalent conductivity of a Ca electrolyte at infinite dilution and dissociation constant of the electrolyte.

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