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Format For Instruction Plan [for Courses with Lectures and Tutorials

Course No Cours Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorial Practical Credits


CHE101 CHEMISTRY 13688 :: Harmanjit Singh 3 1 0 4

Text Book: 1 Zumdahl,S., Chemistry: Concepts and applications, Cengage Learning,Indian Edition-2009

Other Specific Book:


2 Suba Ramesh, S.Vairam, Pradnya Tej Godbole ,Engineerig Chemistry, John Wiley, Ist edition ,2011

3 R.T. Morrison and R.N. Boyd, S.K.Bhattacharjee, Organic Chemistry, 7th Edition, Pearson

Other Reading

Sr No Jouranls atricles as compulsary readings (specific articles, Complete reference)


4 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1097-4601
5 http://www.springer.com/chemistry/electrochemistry/journal/10800
6 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/13882481
7 http://www.springerlink.com/content/100224/
8 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00108545
9 http://pubs.acs.org/journal/joceah
10 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00323861

Relevant Websites

Sr. No. (Web adress) (only if relevant to the courses) Salient Features
11 http://www.klte.hu/~lenteg/animate.html Chemistry animation and videos
12 http://dwb4.unl.edu/chemAnime/atomic_orbits.htm Atomic orbital animations
13 http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/essentialchemistry/fla Hybridization animation
sh/hybrv18.swf

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14 http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/animations/chang_7e VSEPR animation
_esp/bom3s2_7.swf
15 http://jchemed.chem.wisc.edu/JCEDLib/WebWare/collection/o Molecular orbital theory animations
pen/JCEWWOR019/momovies.html
16 http://dwb4.unl.edu/chemAnime/Electro.htm Electrochemistry animations
17 http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/essentialchemistry/fla Galvanic Cell animation
sh/galvan5.swf
18 http://auth.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/animations/chang_7e Acid-Base titration animation
_esp/crm3s5_5.swf
19 http://wwwchem.uwimona.edu.jm:1104/courses/CFT.html Crystal field theory
20 http://intro.chem.okstate.edu/1314f00/lecture/chapter10/vsepr. Different geometries VSEPR
html
21 http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/essentialchemistry/fla Activation energy animation
sh/activa2.swf
22 http://dwb4.unl.edu/chemAnime/acid_base.htm Acid base animations
23 http://www.chem.iastate.edu/group/Greenbowe/sections/proje Electrolysis
ctfolder/flashfiles/electroChem/electrolysis10.html
24 http://www2.chemistry.msu.edu/faculty/reusch/VirtTxtJml/alhal E1 and E2 reactions
rx3.htm#hal8
25 http://www.starscience.net/chemistryBG/ADDHX.MOV Additon reaction
26 http://academic.sun.ac.za/unesco/PolymerED2000/Conf2000/ Zeigler Natta polymerization
VanReenenC/zn.html

Detailed Plan For Lectures


Week Number Lecture Number Lecture Topic Chapters/Sections of Pedagogical tool
Textbook/other Demonstration/case
reference study/images/anmatio
n ctc. planned

Part 1
Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction to syllabus: Quantum numbers ->Reference :1,Ch
11/540-541/Section
11.9
Lecture 2 atomic orbitals, electronic configuration, the building ->Reference :1,Ch atomic orbital animation
up principles 11/541-555/Section
11.9-11.13
->Reference :12

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Week 1 Lecture 3 hybridization ->Reference :1,Ch hybridization animation
13/644-656/Section
13.1
->Reference :13
Week 2 Lecture 4 VSEPR Theory ->Reference :1,Ch VSEPR animation
12/621-632/Section
12.13
->Reference :14
Lecture 5 Molecular orbital theory (Homonuclear diatomic ->Reference :1,Ch Molecular orbitals
molecules and ions) 13/657-667/Section animation
13.2-13.3
->Reference :15
Lecture 6 Reaction rates, rate law and order determination ->Reference :1,Ch Demonstration 1 and 2
14/697-706/Section
14.1-14.3
Week 3 Lecture 7 first order reaction, second order reaction and zero ->Reference :1,Ch
order reaction 14/707-717/Section
14.4-14.5
Lecture 8 activation energy and temperature dependence of ->Reference :1,Ch Activation energy
rate constant, Arrhenius Equation 14/727-731/ Section animation
14.8
->Reference :21
Lecture 9 reaction Mechanism, rate laws and elementary ->Reference :1,Ch Test 1
steps 14/718-726/Section
14.6-14.7
Week 4 Lecture 10 catalysis and its types ->Reference :1,Ch
14/732-741/Section
14.9

Part 2
Week 4 Lecture 11 Review on redox reactions, galvanic Cells, ->Reference :1,Ch Galvanic cell animation
10/464-467/Section Demonstration 3
10.1
->Reference :17
Lecture 12 standard reduction potentials, electrochemical ->Reference :1,Ch
series, 10/467-473/Section
10.2
Week 5 Lecture 13 The Nernst Equation ->Reference :1,Ch
10/474-479/Section
10.3-10.4

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Week 5 Lecture 14 Ion selective electrodes, calculation of equilibrium ->Reference :1,Ch
constant for redox reactions 10/480-481/Section
10.4
Lecture 15 concentration cells ->Reference :1,Ch
10/481-484/Section
10.4
Week 6 Lecture 16 electrolysis ( H2O, NaCl) ->Reference :1,Ch Electrolysis animation
10/491-494 498-
500/Section 10.7
->Reference :23
Lecture 17 Acids and Bases: Nature, acid strength ->Reference :1,Ch Acid base animations
6/230-236/Section 6.1-
6.2
->Reference :22
Lecture 18 pH and its scale, calculation of pH of strong and ->Reference :1,Ch Test 2
weak acids, percentage dissociation 6/236-244/Section 6.3-
6.5
Week 7 Lecture 19 bases ->Reference :1,Ch
6/645-650/Section 6.6
Lecture 20 acid base properties of salts ->Reference :1,Ch
6/259-266/Section 6.8
Lecture 21 Properties of transition metals, electronic ->Reference :1,Ch
configuration , oxidation states and Ionization 18/910-915/Section
energy 18.1
MID-TERM
Part 3
Week 8 Lecture 22 Coordination number, ligands, nomenclature ->Reference :1,Ch
18/920-924/Section
18.3
Lecture 23 isomerism in coordination compounds, ->Reference :1,Ch
18/924-929/Section
18.4
Lecture 24 bonding in coordination compounds: crystal field ->Reference :1,Ch Demonstratin 4
theory, CFT in octahedral 18/930-935/Section ball and stick model
18.5-18.6
->Reference :2,Ch
3/116-118/Section 3.8
Week 9 Lecture 25 CFT in tetrahedral and square planer complexes, ->Reference :1,Ch
Crystal field stabilization energy 18/935-938/Section
18.6
->Reference :2,Ch
3/118-119/Section 3.8

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Week 9 Lecture 26 Inductive effect, electromeric effect ->Reference :1,Ch
20/1054-1055/Section
20.2
->Reference :2,Ch
9/342-345/Section 9.2
Lecture 27 resonance effect and hyper conjugation effect ->Reference :2,Ch
9/345-349/Section 9.2
Week 10 Lecture 28 reactive intermediates: Free radicals, carbocation, ->Reference :1,Ch
carbanions and their stability 20/1052-1055/Section
20.2/ 1057-1060
Section 20.3
->Reference :2,Ch
9/349-355/Section 9.3

Part 4
Week 10 Lecture 29 Structural isomerism in alkanes and cylcloalkanes, ->Reference :1,Ch
19/956-958/Section
19.1 Ch 20/1129-1133
Section 20.7
Lecture 30 geometrical isomerism in alkenes, syn and anti. ->Reference :1,Ch Test 3
20/1111-1119/Section
20.7
Week 11 Lecture 31 Substitution reactions: SN1and SN2 and Walden ->Reference :1,Ch SN1 and SN2 animation
Inversion 20/1076-1107/Section
20.5
->Reference :2,Ch
9/365-367/Section 9.7
Lecture 32 addition reactions( Markownikoff's and Peroxide ->Reference :1,Ch Addition reaction
effect) 20/1068-1076/Section animation
20.3-20.4
->Reference :25
Lecture 33 Elimination reactions (E1 and E2 reactions) ->Reference :1,Ch Article reading and
20/1109-1110/Section animation
20.6
->Reference :2,Ch
9/373-375/Section 9.8
->Reference :24
Week 12 Lecture 34 Properties, types of polymers, addition polymers ->Reference :1,Ch vinyl polymerization
19/975-978/Section animation
19.5
->Reference :2,Ch
13/523-532/Section
13.1-13.4

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Week 12 Lecture 35 condensation polymers ->Reference :1,Ch condensation
19/979-980/Section polymerization
19.5 animation
->Reference :2,Ch
13/528-529/Section
13.3
Lecture 36 tacticity, natural polymers (basics only ), Zeigler- ->Reference :1,Ch Zeigler-Natta
Natta polymerization 19/980-985/Section polymerization
19.5-19.6 animation
->Reference :2,Ch
13/588-590/Section
13.19
->Reference :26

Spill Over
Week 13 Lecture 37 Spill over
Lecture 38 Spill over

Details of homework and case studies


Homework No. Objective Topic of the Homework Nature of homework Evaluation Mode Allottment /
(group/individuals/field submission
work Week
Class Test 1 Test 1 Quantum numbers and electronic configuration, Hybridization, Individual Test based 3/3
VSEPR and Molecular orbital theroy, Reaction rates, rate law and
different order reactions (first, second and zero order), Activation
energy, Arrhenius equation, reaction mechanism

Class Test 2 Test 2 Catalysis, Review on redox reactions, galvanic Cell, standard Individual Test based 6/6
reduction potentials, electrochemical series, The Nernst Equation,
Ion selective electrodes, calculation of equilibrium constant for
redox reactions and concentration cells, Electrolysis, Acids and
Bases: Nature, acid strength, pH and its scale, calculation of pH
of strong and weak acids, percentage dissociation

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Class Test 3 Test 3 Base, acid base properties of salts, Properties of transition Individual Test based 10 / 10
metals, electronic configuration , oxidation states and Ionization
energy, Coordination compounds (nomenclature and isomerism),
bonding in coordination compounds: crystal field theory, CFT in
octahedral, CFT in tetrahedral and square planer complexes,
Crystal field stabilization energy, Electron displacement effects,
Reactive intermediates, isomerism in alkane, cycloalkane and
alkenes.

Scheme for CA:out of 100*


Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks
Class Test 2 3 10 20

Total :- 10 20

* In ENG courses wherever the total exceeds 100, consider x best out of y components of CA, as explained in teacher's guide available on the
UMS

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned
(case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial 1 Quantum numbers and electronic configuration Problem solving

Tutorial 2 Hybridization, VSEPR and Molecular orbital theroy Problem solving

Tutorial 3 Reaction rates, rate law and different order reactions Problem solving,Test
(first, second and zero order), Activation energy,
Arrhenius equation, reaction mechanism

Tutorial 4 Catalysis, Review on redox reactions, galvanic Cell, Problem solving


standard reduction potentials, electrochemical series

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Tutorial 5 The Nernst Equation, Ion selective electrodes, Problem solving
calculation of equilibrium constant for redox reactions
and concentration cells

Tutorial 6 Electrolysis, Acids and Bases: Nature, acid strength, pH Problem solving,Test
and its scale, calculation of pH of strong and weak
acids, percentage dissociation

Tutorial 7 Base, acid base properties of salts, Properties of Problem solving


transition metals, electronic configuration , oxidation
states and Ionization energy

After Mid-Term
Tutorial 8 Coordination compounds (nomenclature and Problem solving
isomerism), bonding in coordination compounds: crystal
field theory, CFT in octahedral

Tutorial 9 CFT in tetrahedral and square planer complexes, Problem solving


Crystal field stabilization energy, Electron displacement
effects.

Tutorial 10 Reactive intermediates, isomerism in alkane, Problem solving,Test


cycloalkane and alkenes.
Tutorial 11 Organic reactions (substitution, addition and Problem solving
elimination)
Tutorial 12 Polymers Problem solving

8 Approved for Autumn Session 2011-12