CH 607 Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry

Errors in Chemical Analyses: Some Important Terms and Systematic Errors. Random Errors in Chemical Analysis: The Nature of Random Errors, Statistical Treatment of Random Error, Standard Deviation of Calculated Results and Reporting Computed Data. Statistical Data Treatment and Evaluation: Confidence Intervals, Statistical Aids to Hypothesis Testing, Analysis of Variance and Detection of Gross Errors. Separation Techniques: Solvent extraction - Efficiency of Extraction, Selectivity of Extraction. Extraction Systems, Methods of Extraction and Applications of Solvent Extraction. Solid Phase Extraction - Solid Phase Sorbents, Solid Phase Extraction Formats, Automated Solid Phase Extraction and Applications of SPE. Chromatography- HPLC-outline study of instrument modules. Gas chromatography – basic instrumental set up-carriers, columns, detectors and comparative study of TCD, FID, ECD and NPD. Theory & applications - Thin layer Chromatography, Ion exchange chromatography and Size Exclusion Chromatography. Electrophoresis- theory and applications Electrochemical Techniques: Potentiometry - Electrode Systems, Direct Potentiometric Measurements, Potentiometric Titrations, Null-point Potentiometry and Applications of Potentiometry. Polarography, Stripping Voltammetry & Amperometric Techniques Diffusion Currents, Half-wave Potentials, Characteristics of the DME, Quantitative Analysis, Modes of Operation Used in Polarography, Amperometric Titrations and Applications of Polarography & Amperometric Titrations. Electrogravimetry and Coulometry - Coulometry, Coulometry at Constant Potential, Coulometric Titrations, and Applications of Coulometric Titrations. Conductometric Titrations- Ionic Conductances. Atomic Spectrometry: Plasma Emission Spectrometry - Instrumentation, Sample Introduction for Plasma Sources. Applications of Plasma Emission Spectrometry. Inductively Coupled Plasma–mass Spectrometry (ICP–MS) - Principles, Instrumentation & Applications. Flame Emission Spectrometry - Instrumentation. Flame Characteristics, Flame Processes. Emission Spectra and Applications of Flame Photometry and Flame Atomic Emission Spectrometry. Atomic Absorption Spectrometry(AAS) - Absorption of Characteristic Radiation, Instrumentation., Sample Vaporization, Quantitative Measurements and Interferences, Hollow cathode lamps and Applications of Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. Thermal Techniques: Thermogravimetry - Instrumentation and Applications of TG. Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) - Instrumentation and Applications of DTA. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) - Instrumentation, Applications of DSC and comparison of DTA & DSC. Thermomechanical Analysis (TMA) and Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) - Instrumentation, Applications of TMA and Dynamic Mechanical Analysis. References: 1. G. H. Geeffery et al., Vogel’s Text Book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis, ELBS Edn, 1989 2. D. A. Skoog, D.M. West, F.J Holler, S.R Crouch , Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry, 8th edition, Thomson Brooks Cole , 2004 3. F. Rouessac and A. Rouessac, Chemical Analysis: Modern Instrumentation Methods and Techniques, 2nd edn, John Wiely and Sons

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Vogel. Manual Provided by the Department 2. Text Book of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis. Water analysis a) Estimation of Total Alkalinity of water b) Estimation of Dissolved oxygen in waste water c) Estimation of Chloride content water d) Estimation of hardness in water by EDTA. Milk analysis a) Determination of specific gravity & acidity of milk b) Estimation of Total solid content in milk c) Estimation of Ash content in milk d) Estimation of Fat content in milk e) Estimation of Lactose content in milk 3. b) Estimation of curd & salt in butter c) Estimation of salt in butter d) Estimation of fat in butter 4. Urine analysis a) Ketone bodies in urine b) Albumin in urine c) Glucose in urine 7. 5th Edn. 1989 . Analysis of Antacid tablet 10. A. Cement analysis 8.CH 612 – Analytical Chemistry Practicals 1. e) Chemical Oxygen of Demand(COD) f) Biological Oxygen Demand(BOD) 2. Estimation of caffeine from tea 9. I. Drug analysis a) Estimation of sulphanilamide b) Estimation of salicylic acid 5. Butter analysis a) Estimation of moisture content in butter. Determination of Nickel content in the given vanaspathi sample 11. Estimation of Nickel content in steel sample Text Books: 1. Longman. Blood analysis a) Estimation of cholesterol in blood b) Estimation of glucose in blood c) Estimation of urea in blood 6.

Polymers: Physics and Chemistry of Modern Materials. .Methods for determining molecular weightsStatic. Textbook of Polymer Science. Liquid Crystalline polymers-Main chain and side chain liquid crystalline polymers. emulsion and dispersion techniques. Substrates. Living polymers. Light scattering and GPC. Photoresponsive and photorefractive polymers. polypyrroles & polythiophines. Solvation and Swelling. 5. Kluwer.Polymers as aids in Organic Synthesis.Young. End-to-end chain distance of polymers. suspension. I & II. Chain dimension-chain stiffness. 3rd Edn. Step Growth polymerization . Billmayer. Polymeric Reagents. 1992.G Cowie. Chain transfer. Flory. Polymer Stereochemistry: Configuration and conformation. Polymers in optical lithography. Industrial Polymers. Glass transition temperature and crystalline melting of polymers. Other methods of polymerization-Bulk.Polymer Chemistry Concept of macromolecules: Principle of duality and Molecular design-Tetrahedral model of product development.CH 620. Polymer Characterization.Synthesis & applications of Polyacetylenes. Determination of degree of cross linking and molecular weight between cross links. F. F. References: 1. London. 1991. N. P. dynamic. Chiral polymers. Molecular weight distribution and molecular weight control. R. N. Solution. Conducting polymers . Ithacka. London. 1991.. Conformation-random coil.Y.Brydson.Y. 6. Glassy and Rubbery States. J. Polymerization processes: Free radical addition polymerization-Kinetics and mechanism. Molecular weights. Specialty polymers. Polyanilines. 3rd Edn. Nomenclature and Classification. N.W. viscometry. Raw Material for the synthesis of polymers. . 1993. Synthetic schemes. Phase morphology.Y. J. 7. Degree of Crystallinity-X-ray diffraction. Polymer chemistry of Plastics and Rubbers. A Text Book of Polymer Science.M. Tacticity. Blackie.J.Naphtha as a source of petrochemicals. Structure and applications of industrially important polymers. Academic. 2.Elias.J. Cornell University Press. Cationic and anionic polymerization: Kinetics and mechanism. ILIFFE Books Ltd. Macromolecules. H. Ullrich. 3. Principles of Polymer Science. Industrial polymersSynthesis. Petroleum and petrochemicals . 4. Vol. Crystalline and amorphous states. melt. 1953. 1966. Catalysts.Linear Vs cyclic polymerization.Y. Chapman and Hall.G. Wiley. N. 1991. Polymer Solutions: Flory-Huggins theory. Thermal stability of polymers.A.

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