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Acharya Nagarjuna University Syllabus for M.Sc., Chemistry(PREVIOUS)
SEMESTER – I (CH 101-09)
PAPER – I, GENERAL CHEMISTRY 60Hrs.( 4Hrs./Week)

UNIT I
Treatment of analytical data : Classification of errors - Determinate and indeterminate errors -
Minimisation of errors - Accuracy and precision - Distribution of random errors - Gaussian distribution -
Measures of central tendency - Measures of precision - Standard deviation - Standard error of mean -
student's t test - Confidence interval of mean - Testing for significance - Comparison of two means - F-
test - Criteria of rejection of an observation - propagation of errors - Significant figures and computation
rules - Control charts - Regression analysis - Linear least squares analysis.
UNIT-II
Titrimetric Analysis:
Classification of reactions in titrimetric analysis- Primary and secondary standards-Neutralisation
titrations-Theory of neutralisation indicators-Mixed indicators- Neutralisation curves-Displcement
titrations-Precipitation titrations-Indicators for precipitation titrations-Volhard method-Mohr method-
Theory of adsorption indicators-Oxidation redution titrations-Change of electrode potentials during
titration of Fe(II) with Ce (IV)-Detection of end point in redox titrations-Complexometric titrations-
Metal ion indicators-Applications of EDTA titrations-Titration of cyanide with silver ion.
UNIT I-III
Visible spectro photometry and potentiometry - Beer-Lambert's law - Deviations from Beers law -
Instrumentation - Applications - Photometric titrations - Spectrophotometric determination of pK value of
an indicator - Simultaneous spectrophotometric determinations -Advantages of potentiometric methods -
Reference electrode - Standard hydrogen electrode . Calomel electrode -Indicator electrodes:
Metal-metal ion electrodes - Inert electrodes -Membrane electrodes - theory of glass membrane potential -
Direct potentiometry , potentiometric titrations - Applications.
UNIT IV
Programming in FORTRAN 77 - Flow charts-Constants and variables - Arithmetic expressions -
Arithmetic statement - Replacement statement - Input and output statements - Format specifications -
Termination statement - Branching statement - IF statement - Arithmetic and logical IF statement -
GOTO statement - - Subscripted variable and DIMENSION Statement - DATA Statement.
Control statements - DO statement - Rules for DO statements - Functions and subroutines - common
statement Flow charts and computer programs for
i) Summing of power series 1+x+x
2
+x
3
+ ….x
n
ii) Rate constant of First order reaction or Beer's law by linear least square method.
iii) Hydrogen ion concentration of a strong acid/Quadratic euqation.
iv) Solution for Vander Waals equation or Hydrogen ion concentration of a monoprotic Weak acid.
v) Standard deviation and variance of univariant data.
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REFERENCES:
1. Vogel's text book of quantitative analysis. Addition Wesley Longmann Inc.
2. Quantitative analysis R.A Day and A.L.Underwood. Prentice Hall Pvt.Ltd.
3. Principles of computer programming (Fortran 77 IBM PC)V.Rajaraman, Prentice
Hall.
4. An introduction to Digital computers.V.Rajaraman and T.Radhakrishnan
5. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry - Skoog and West.
6. Basics of computers for Chemists, P.C.Jurs.
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UNIT-I
Acharya Nagarjuna University: Syllabus for M.SC., Chemistry (PREVIOUS)
FROM THE YEAR 2009-2010
SEMESTER – I (CH 102-09)
PAPER – II, INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 60Hrs.( 4Hrs./Week)
UNIT I
Introduction to Exact Quantum Mechanical Results : Schrodinger equation ,
Importance of wave function ,Operators , derivation of wave equation using operator concept . Discussion
of solutions of Shrodingers equation to some model systems viz. particle in one dimensional box
( applications ) , three dimensional box ,Rigid rotator system and the Hydrogen atom .
Approximate Methods - Variation theorem , linear variation principle perturbation theory , ( first order
and non degenerate ) . Application of variation method to the Hydrogen atom .
Angular momentum - Eigen functions and eigen values of angular momentum ,Addition of angular
momenta .
UNIT II
Chemistry of non- transition elements - Inter halogen compounds, Halogen oxides and oxyfluorides .
Noble gas compounds with special reference to clathrates. Spectral and Magnetic properties of
Lanthanides and Actinides .Analytical applications of Lanthanides and Actinides.
Structure and bonding - pπ - dπ bonding - Evidences (in non-transition metal compounds). Concept of
Hybridization , Bent’s rule , energetics of Hybridisation , concept of Resonance , Non-valence cohesive
forces , Hydrogen bonding -Symmetric and unsymmetric , VSEPR theory , Walsh diagrams for linear(
Be H2 ) and bent ( H2O) molecules . Molecular Orbital theory , Symmetry of Molecular orbitals ,
Molecular orbitals in triatomic ( Be H2 ) molecules and ions ( NO2
-
) and energy level diagrams . Some
simple reactions of covalently bonded molecules.
UNIT III
Metal –ligand bonding - Crystal Field Theory of bonding in transition metal complexes – Splitting
of d-orbitals in Trigonal bipyramidal and Square pyramidal fields .Tetragonal distortions - Jahn Teller
effect . Applications and limitations of
CFT . Experimental evidences for covalence in complexes .Moleccular Orbital Theory of bonding for
Octahedral , tetrahedral and square planar complexes .π- bonding and MOT - Effect of π - donor and π -
acceptor ligands on Δo . Experimental evidence for
π - bonding in complexes .
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UNIT IV
Metal – ligand Equilibria in solutions - Step wise and over all formation constants .Trends in stepwise
constants ( statistical effect and statistical ratio ) . Determination of formation constants by
Spectrophotometric method ( Job’s ) and pH metric method
( Bjerrum’s ) . Stability correlations - Irwing – William’s series . Hard and soft acids
and bases – Acid-base strength and HSAB , Electronegetivity and HSAB .
Macrocyclic complexes - Crown ethers and Cryptates. Preparation and structures of
Isopoly and Heteropoly acids and their salts .
Reference Books
1. Inorganic Chemistry Huheey, Harper and Row.
2. Physical methods in inorganic chemistry, R.S. Drago. Affliated East-West Pvt. Ltd.
3. Concise inorganic chemistry, J. D. Lee, ELBS.
4. Modern Inorganic Chemistry , W. L. Jolly, McGrawHill.
5. Inorganic Chemistry , K. F. Purcell and J. C. Kotz Holt Saunders international.
6. Concepts and methods of inorganic chemistry , B. E. Douglas and D.H.M.C. Daniel, oxford Press.
7. Introductory quantum mechanics , A. K. Chandra
8. Quantum Chemistry ,R. K. Prasad.
9. Inorganic Chemistry ,Atkins, ELBS
10. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry ,Cotton and Wilkinson, Wiley Eastern
11. Quantum Chemistry ,R. K. Prasad.
12. Text book of Coordination chemistry , K.SomaSekhar rao and K.N.K. Vani, Kalyani Publishers .
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ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY
SYLLABUS FOR M.SC., CHEMISTRY (PREVIOUS)
FROM THE YEAR 2009-2010
SEMESTER – I (103-09)
PAPER – III, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY; 60Hrs.( 4Hrs./Week)
UNIT-I
a)
Nature of Bonding in Organic Molecules: Localised and Delocalized covalent
bonds, Delocalised chemical bonding conjugation, cross conjugation, hyper conjugation,
tautomerism.
b) Aromaticity: Concept of aromaticity, Aromaticity of five membered, six membered rings and
fused systems.
- Non benzonoid aromatic compounds:-cyclopropenyl cation, Cyclobutadienyldication,
cyclopentadienyl anion-tropyllium cation and cyclo octatetraenyl dianion.
- Metallocenes, Ferrocene, Azulenes, Fulvenes, Annulenes, Fullerenes.
- Homo aromaticity, Anti aromaticity and pseudo (Ψ) aromaticity,.
UNIT – II
REACTIVE INTERMEDIATES AND HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS:
a) Reactive Intermediates:- Generation, Structure, Stability and reactivity of Carbocations,
Carbanions, free radicals, Carbenes, nitrenes and Benzyne.
b) Heterocyclic Chemistry:- Synthesis and Ractions of furan, thiophene, pyrrole, pyridine,
quinoline, isoquinoline and indole; Skraup synthesis, Fisher indole synthesis.
c) Heterocyclic compounds more than one hetero atom:- Pyrazole, Imidazole, Oxazole Iso-Oxazole,
Thiazole, isothiazole, synthesis and properties.
UNIT - III
STEREOCHEMISTRY:
a) Concept of Chirality: Recognition of symmetry elements and chiral structures (one and more than
one chiral centers); D-L and R – S nomenciature, diastereoisomerism; Interconversion of Fischer,
Newman and Sawhorse projections. Threo and Erythro isomers, methods of resolution, stereo
specific and stereoselective synthesis. Asymmetric synthesis.
- Optical activity in the absence of chiral carbon (biphenyls, allenes and spiranes).
b) Geometrical isomerism – E, Z- nomenclature – physical and chemical methods of determining the
configuration of geometrical isomers.
c) Stereochemistry of compounds containing nitrogen, sulphur and phosphorous.
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UNIT – IV
CONFORMATIONAL ANALYSIS:
a) Conformation of acyclic molecules – alkanes and substituted alkanes –compounds having
intramolecular hydrogen bonding, conformations around C-C and carbon hetero atom bonds
having C – O & C – N.
b) Conformations of monocyclic compounds – cyclohexane- chair, boat and twist
boat cyclohexanes, energy profile diagram – Mono and di- substituted cyclohexanes –
conformations and physical properties. Effect of conformation on reactivity in mono and di-
substituted cyclohexane derivatives.
c) Elementary treatment of fused and bridged ring systems – Decalines and
Bornanes. Conformation of sugars, steric strain due to unavoidable crowding.
Books Suggested:
1. Advanced organic chemistry – reaction, mechanism and structure, Jerry March, John
Wiley.
2. Advanced organic chemistry, F.A.Carey and R.J.Sundberg,Plenum.
3. A guide book to Mechanism in organic chemistry, Peter Sykes, Longman.
4. Organic chemistry , I.L.Finar, Vol. I & II, Fifth ed. ELBS,1975.
5. Organic chemistry, Hendrickson, Cram and Hammond (Mc Graw – Hill).
6. Stereo Chemistry of carbon compounds – E.L. Eliel.
7. Modern organic Reactions, H.O.House, Benjamin.
8. An introduction to chemistry of Heterocyclic compounds, R.M.Acheson.
9. Structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, C.K.Ingold, Cornell University Press.
10. Principles of organic synthesis, R.O.C.Norman and J.M.Coxon, Blakie Academic &
Professional.
11.Reaction Mechanism in Oganic Cemistry, S.M.Mukherji and
S.P.Singh, Macmillan.
12. Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry by J. B. Roberts and M. Caserio.
13. StereoChemistry of Organic compounds, P. S. Kalsi, New Age
International.
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Acharya Nagarjuna University
Syllabus for M.SC., Chemistry (PREVIOUS)
FROM THE YEAR 2009-2010
SEMESTER – I (104-09)
PAPER – IV, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 60Hrs.( 4Hrs./Week)
UNIT-I
Thermodynamics - I
Classical thermodynamics - Brief review of first and second laws of thermodynamics - Entropy change in
reversible and irreversible processes - Entropy of mixing of ideal gases - Entropy and disorder - Free
energy functions - Gibbs-Helmoboltz euqation - Maxwell partial relations - Conditions of equilibrium and
spontaneity - Free energy changes in chemical reactions: Van't Hoff reaction isotherm - Van't Hoff
equation - Classiuss Clapeyron equation - partial molar quantities - Chemical potential - Gibbs-
Duhem equation - partial molar volume - determination of partial molar quantities - Fugacity -
Determination of fugacity - Thermodynamic derivation of Raoult's law.
UNIT – II
Surface phenomena and phase equilibria - Surface tension - capillary action - pressure difference -
across curved surface (young - Laplace equation) - Vapour pressure of small droplets (Kelvin equation) -
Gibbs-Adsorption equation - BET equation - Estimation of surface area - catalytic activity of surfaces –
ESCA , X- ray flouresence and Augar electron spectroscopy.
Surface active agents - classification of surface active agents - Micellisation - critical Micelle
concentration (CMC) - factors affecting the CMC of surfactants, microemulsions - reverse micelles -
Hydrophobic interaction.
UNIT - III
Electrochemistry – I - Electrochemical cells - Measureement of EMF - Nernst equation - Equilibrium
constant from EMF Data - pH and EMF data - concentation cells with and without transference - Liquid
junction potential and its determination - Activity and activity coefficients - Determination by EMF
Method - Determination of solubility product from EMF measurements. Debye Huckel limiting law and
its verification.
Effect of dilution on equivalent conductance of electrolytes - Anamolous behaviour of strong electrolytes.
Debye Huckel-Onsagar equation - verification and limitations - Bjerrum treatment of electrolytes -
conductometric titrations..
UNIT - IV
Chemical kinetics- Methods of deriving rate laws - complex reactions - Rate expressions for opposing,
parallel and consecutive reactions involving unimolecular steps. Theories of reaction rates -
collision theory - Steric factor - Activated complex theory - Thermodynamic aspects - Unimolecular
reactions - Lindemann's theory - Lindemann-Hinshelwood theory. Reactions in solutions - Influence of
solvent - Primary and secondary salt effects - Elementary account of linear free energy relationships -
Hammet - Taft equation - Chain reactions - Rate laws of H2-Br2, photochemical reaction of H2 - Cl2
Decomposition of acetaldehyde and ethane - Rice-Hertzfeld mechanism.
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REFERENCES:
1. Physical Chemistry P.W.Atkins, ELBS
2. Chemical Kinetics - K.J.Laidler, McGraw Hill Pub.
3. Text Book of Physical Chemistry. Samuel Glasstone, Mcmillan Pub.
4. Physical Chemistry, G.W.Castellan. Narosa Publishing House
5. Thermodynamic for Chemists. Samuel Glasstone
6. Electrochemistry,Samuel Glasstone, Affiliated East West
7. Physical Chemistty,W.J.Moore, Prentice Hall
8. Atomic structure and chemical bond. Manas chanda. Tata McGraw Hill Company Limited.
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Acharya Nagarjuna University
Syllabus for M.Sc., Chemistry (PREVIOUS)
FROM THE YEAR 2009-2010
SEMESTER – II (CH 201-09)
PAPER – I, GENERAL CHEMISTRY 60Hrs.( 4Hrs./Week)
UNIT-1
Symmetry and Group theory in Chemistry - Symmetry elements, symmetry operation, definition of
group, suib group, relation between order of a finite group and its sub group. Point symmetry group.
Schonfiles symbols, representation of groups by Matrices (representation for the Cn, Cnv, Cnh, Dn etc.
groups to be worked out, explicitely). Character of a representation. The great orthogonality theorem
(without proof) and its importance. Character tables and their use. Application of group theory in IR and
Raman spectroscopy.
UNIT – II
Motion of molecules-Degrees of freedom –Energy associates with the degrees of freedom Type of spectra
Microwave spectroscopy.
Classification molecules, rigid rotator model, effect of isotopic substitution on the transition frequencies,
Intensities non-rigid rotator-Microwave spectra of polyatomic molecules.
Infared spectroscopy
Harmonic oscillator, vibrational energies of diatomic molecules, zero point energy, force constant and
bond strengths, anhoremonicity Morse potential energy diagram. Vibration – rotation spectroscopy. PQR
braches, Born – oppenheimer approximation, Break down Born – openheimer approximation, selection
rules, normal modes of vibration group frequencies, overtones, hot bands, application of IR spectra to
polyatomic molecules.
UNIT – III
Raman spectroscopy.
Classical and quantum theories of Raman effects, pure rotational, vibrational and Vibrational – rotational
Raman spectra, selection rules, mutual exclusion principle, Resonance Raman spectroscopy, coherent
antistrakes Raman Spectroscopy (CARS) – Application.
Visible and ultraviolet spectroscopy: - Electronic Spectra of diatomic molecules, vibrational structure of
an electronic transition, classification of bands, rotational fine structure of electronic vibrational transition.
Electronic Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules – Instrumentation – Applications.
UNIT – IV
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: -
Nuclear spin, nuclear resonance, saturation, shielding of magnetic nuclei, chemical shift and its
measurements, factors influencing chemical shift, desheilding, spin – spin interactions, factors
influencing, coupling constant J. Classification (ABX, AMX, ABC, A2, B2 etc.) Basic ideas about
instrument NMR studies of nuclei other than proton –
13
C,
19
F,
31
P. Use of NMR in medical diagnostics.
Electron spin resonance spectroscopy. : -
Basic principles, zero field splitting and kranners’s degeneracy, factors affecting the ‘g’ value. Istropic and
anisotropic hyperfine coupling constants, spin hamiltenia, Spin densities measurement techniques -
applications.
SUGGESTED BOOKS:
1.Fundamentals of Molecular spectroscopy: by C.N.Banwell
2.Introductory Group Theory for Chemists – George Davidson
3.Group theory for chemistry – A.K.Bhattacharya
4.Molecular spectroscopy by B.K.Sharma
5. Vibrational Spectroscopy by D.N.Sathyanarayana New Age Int. Pub.
6. Spectroscopy by Aruldas.
7. Chemical Analysis by H.A.Laitinan and W.E.Harris, McGraw Hill.
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ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY
SYLLABUS FOR M.Sc ; CHEMISTRY (PREVIOUS )
SEMESTER - II (CH 102–09) FROM THE YEAR 2009 – 2010)
PAPER-II INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 60 Hrs (4 Hrs/WEEK)
UNIT I
Non metal cages and metal clusters:
Nonmetal cages, structure and bonding in phosphorous- oxygen and phosphorous -sulphur cages;
structure and bonding in higher boranes with (special reference to B12 icosahedra). Carboranes ,
metalloboranes, metallo carboranes.
Metal clusters: Classification- LNCs and HNCs ,Isoelectronic and Iso lobal relation ships , electron
counting rules: Wade’s and Lauher’s rules. M-M multiple bonding; preparation, structrure and bonding in
dinuclear [Re2Cl8]
2-
ion, trinuclear [Re3Cl9] , tetra nuclear W4OR16, hexa nuclear [Mo6Cl8]
4+
and
[Nb6Cl12]
2+
, poly atomic Zintle ions and Chevrel phases. Applications of clusters
Metal π- complexes: preparation, structrure and bonding in Nitrosyl ,Dinitrogen and Dioxygen
complexes.
UNIT II
Organometallic complexes of transition metals: Classification and electron counting rules.
Metallocenes with four, five, six, seven and eight (η
4
- η
8
) membered rings, synthesis, structure and
bonding of Ferrocene. Cyclopenta dienyl, Arene, Cyclohepta triene and Tropylium complexes of
transition metals. Reactions of organometallic compounds oxidative addition reductive elimination,
insertion and elimination. Applications of organometallic compounds- Catalytic hydrogenation, Hydro
formylation Zeigler- Nutta catalyst for polymerization of olefins.
Bio chemical aspects of iron and cobalt: Binding, storage and transport of dioxygen by Hemoglobin
and Myoglobin. Vitamin B12 and its importance.
UNIT III
Reaction mechanism of transition metal complexes:
Kinetics of octahedral substitution, acid hydrolysis, base hydrolysis -conjugate base(CB) mechanism.
Direct and indirect evidences in favour of CB mechanism. Anation reactions. Reactions without metal-
ligand bond cleavage. Factors affecting the substitution reactions in octahedral complexes. Trans effect on
substitution reactions in square planar complexes. Mechanism of redox reactions, outer sphere
mechanism, cross reactions and Marcus –Hush equation, inner sphere mechanism, complementary and
non – complementary reactions.
Photo reactions: Introduction, Adamsons rules, photo redox reactions, photo isomerisation, photo anation
and photo aquation reactions. Photo chemical decomposition of water, photo reactions of Fe(II) and
Fe(III).
UNIT IV
Electronic spectra of transition metal complexes Electronic configurations
and Spectroscopic terms . Selection rules , Slator – Condon parameters , Racah parameters , Term
separation energies for d
n
configurations Correlation diagrams
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and Orgel diagrams . Tanabe- Sugano diagrams for d
1
to d
9
configurations . Calculations of Dq ,B and β
parameters . Charge transfer spectra .
Magnetic properties of transition complexes Types of magnetism , factors affecting paramagnetism ,
anomalous magnetic moments - Orbital and spin contribution , spin - orbit coupling and magnetic
moments.Chiroptical properties ,Cotton effect and Faraday effect .
Refeences:
1. Inorganic Chemistry , Huheey. Harper and Row.
2. Concise inorganic chemistry ,J. D. Lee, ELBS.
3. Inorganic chemistry ,K.F. Purcell and J.C. Kotz, Holt Saunders international
4. Organometallic chemistry ,R.C. Mehrotra and A. Singh. New Age International.
5. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry ,Cotton and Wilkinson, Wiley Eastern
6. Inorganic reaction mechanism , Basolo and Pearson, Wiley Eastern
7. Bioinorganic Chemistry ,K. Hussan Reddy
8. Biological Aspects of inorganic chemistry , A. W. Addiso, W. R. Cullen, D. Dorphin and G. J.
james. Weliey Interscience.
9. Photochemistry of coordination compounds, V.Balzaniand V.Carassiti. Academic Press
10. Text book of Coordination chemistry by K.SomaSekhar rao and K.N.K. vani, Kalyani Publishers .
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ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY
SYLLABUS FOR M.SC., CHEMISTRY (PREVIOUS)
FROM THE YEAR 2009-2010
SEMESTER – II (203-09)
PAPER – III, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY; 60Hrs. (4Hrs./Week)
UNIT – I
SYNTHETIC METHODS AND NAMED REACTIONS
a)
General Methods for synthesis:
Additions: Addition to carbon – carbon multiple bonds, HX, X2, HOX, stereo chemistry of
addition, formation and reaction of epoxides, syn and anti hydroxylation, hydrogenation
(catalytic and Non catalytic), sythetic reactions of CO and CN and Cram’s rule.
b)
Familiar Name Reactions and Mechanisms:
Benzoin, cannizaro, Perkin, Dieckmann and Stobbe condensations; Hofmann, Schmidt,
Lossen, Curtius, Clasien, Backmann and Fries rearrangements; Reformatsky, Favoursky,
Mannich reaction, Baeyer Villiger reaction and Chichibabin reaction, Michael addition,
Oppenaur oxidation, Clemmensen, Wolff-Kishner, Meerwein–Ponndorf–Veriey and Birch
reductions.
UNIT-II
a)
Aliphatic Nucleophilic substitutions:
The SN
2
, SN
1
, mixed SN
1
and SN
2
and SN
i
reactions : Mechanism, effect of structure,
nucleophile, leaving group..
The neighbouring group mechanism, neighbouring group participation by π and σ bonds,
anchimeric assistance.
b)
Aromatic Nucleophilic substitution:
The SN
Ar
, SN
1
mechanisms and benzyne mechanism. Reactivity- effect of substrate structure,
leaving group and attacking nucleophile. The Von-Ritcher, Sommelet – Hauser and Smiles
rearrangements.
UNIT –III
Eliminations and protecting agents :
a) Types of elimination (E1,E1CB,E2) reactions, mechanisms, stereochemistry and orientation,
Hofmann and Saytzeff’s rules, Syn elimination versus anti elimination. Competitions between
elimination and substitution.
b) Dehydration, dehydrogenation, decarboxylative elimination, pyrolytic
elimination, molecular rearrangement during elimination.
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c) Theory and importance of functional group protection in organic synthesis:-
Protecting agents for the protection of functional groups Hydroxyl group,
Amino group, Carbonyl group and Carboxylic acid group
UNIT – IV
CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL PRODUCTS:
a) Alkaloids: General methods of identification of alkaloids, Structure and synthesis of Atropine,
Berberine and Yohimbine.
b) Lower Terpinoids: General methods of identification of terpnoids, Isoprene rule, biogenetic
isoprene rule and classification of terpenes. Structural elucidation and synthesis of α- terpeniol,
α- pinene and camphor.
c) Quinones: Identification of quinones , Lapachol. Chrysophenol and Physcion.
Books suggested:
1. Advanced organic chemistry – reaction, mechanism and structure, Jerry March, John
Wiley.
2. Advanced organic chemistry, F.A.Carey and R.J.Sundberg, Plenum.
3. A guide book to Mechanism in organic chemistry, Peter Sykes, Longman.
4. Organic chemistry, I.L.Finar, Vol. I & II, Fifth ed. ELBS,1975.
5. Organic chemistry, Hendrickson, Cram and Hammond (Mc Graw – Hill).
6. Stereo Chemistry of carbon compounds – E.L. Eliel.
7. Modern organic Reactions, H.O.House, Benjamin.
8. An introduction to chemistry of Heterocyclic compounds, R.M.Acheson.
9. Structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, C.K.Ingold, Cornell University Press.
10.Principles of organic synthesis, R.O.C.Norman and J.M.Coxon, Blakie
Academic & Professional.
11.Reaction Mechanism in organic chemistry, S.M.Mukherji and S.P.Singh,
Macmillan.
12. Nturally occurring quinines – R. H. Johnson Vol. I & II, Academic Press,
London.
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Acharya Nagarjuna University
Syllabus for M.Sc., Chemistry (PREVIOUS)
FROM THE YEAR 2009-2010
SEMESTER –II (CH 204-09)
PAPER – IV, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 60Hrs.( 4Hrs./Week)
UNIT – I :Thermodynamics II : Third law and Statistical thermodynamics-Nernst Heat theorem -
Third law of thermodynamics - Its limitations - Determination of absolute entropy - concept of districution
- Thermodynamic probability and most probable distribution - Ensemble-ensemble averaging -
Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution law - Partition function - Fermi-Dirac statistics - Bose Einstein statistics
- Entropy and probability - Boltzmann-Plank equation - calculation of thermodynamic properties in terms
of partition function - Application of partition function - Chemical equilibrium and partition function -
Translational, rotational and electronic partition function - Entropy of Monoatomic gases (Sackur -
Tetrode equation).
UNIT – II Polymer chemistry:
Classification of polymers - Free radical , ionic and Zeigler -Natta Polymerisation - kinetics of free
radical polymerisation - Techniques of polymerisation - Glass transition temperature - Factors influencing
the glass transition temperature - Number average and Weight average, Molecular weights -molecular
weights determination - End group analysis - Osmometry - Light scattering and ultra centrifugation
methods.
UNIT – III :Electro Chemistry-II :Electrode potentials - Double layer at the interface - rate of charge
transfer - Decomposition potential - Over potential - - Tafel plots - Derivation of Butler-Volmer equation
for one electron transfer - electro chemical potential.
Electro catalysis - - Fuel cells-Theory of polarography - Diffusion current - Ilkovic equation - Equation
for half- wave potential –Applications of polarography - Amperometric titrations -Corrosion - Forms of
corrosion - prevention methods.
UNIT – IV :Chemical kinetics and photo chemistry - Branching Chain Reactions - Hydrogen-oxygen
reaction - lower and upper explosion limits - Fast reactions - Study of kinetics by flow methods -
Relaxation methods - Flash photolysis - Mechanism of homogeneous catalysis - Acid base catalysis -
protolytic and prototropic mechanism - Enzyme catalysis - Michelis-Menten kinetics.
Photochemical reactions - Quantum yield and its determination - Actinometry - Reactions with low and
high quantum yields - Photo sensitisation - Exciplexes and Excimers - Photochemical equilibrium -
Chemieluminescence-Kinetics of collisional quenching-Stern - Volmer equation - Photo Galvanic cells
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Physical chemistry, G.K.Vemulapalli (Prentice Hall of India).
2. Physical chemistry, P.W.Atkins. ELBS
3. Chemical kinetics - K.J.Laidler, McGraw Hill Pub.
4. Text book of Physical Chemistry, Samuel Glasstone, Macmillan pub.
5. Statistical Thermodynamics - M.C.Gupta.
6. Polymer Sceince, Gowriker,Viswanadham, Sreedhar
7. Elements of Nuclear Science, H.J.Arniker, Wiley Eastern Limited.
8. Quantitative Analysis, A.I. Vogel, Addison Wesley Longmann Inc.
9. Physical Chemistry-G.W.Castellan, Narosa Publishing House, Prentice Hall
10. Physical Chemistry, W.J.Moore, Prentice Hall
11. Polymer Chemistry - Billmayer
12.Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry, K K Rohatgi-Mukherjee. Wiley Eastern Ltd publications.
13. Statistical Thermodynamics-M.Dole
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M.Sc. Previous Practical (I and II Semesters)
Inorganic Chemistry
Practical - I
I.
Preparation of some complex compounds:
a)
Potassium trisoxalate ferrate (III)
b)
Mercury tetrathiocyanate cobalate (II)
c)
Tris thiourea copper (1) sulphate
d)
Cis and trans potassium diaquo dioxalato chromium (III)
e)
Hexa ammine cobalt (III) chloride
f)
Nitro and Nitrite pentaammine Cobalt III chloride
(Minimum four Preparation)
II.
Qualitative Analysis:
Semimicro analysis of six radical mixtures containing one interfering radical and one less familiar
cation each,
Interfering anions
:
Oxalate, tartrate, phosphate, chromate.
Less familiar Cations
:
Thallium, molybdenum, thorium,
zirconium,vanadium, uranium.
(Minimum three Mixtures)
III Quantitiative analysis:
a)
Determination of Zn
2+
with potassium ferrocyanide (Volumetric)
b)
Complexomatric titrations: Determination of Mg
2+
, Ni
2+
and hardness of water
using EDTA.
c)
Determination of Fe
3+
by photochemical reduction.
d)
Argentometry: Determination of chloride by argent metric titration using a)
K2CrO4 (b) Fluorescein as indicators.
e)
Determination of nickel using dimethyl glyoxime, “Cupper using ammonium
thicyanate, Zn using di ammonium hydrogen phosphate – gravimetrically
(Minimum two Gravimetric experiment)
.
IV Chromatography.
Separation of cation and anion by paper chromatography.
(at least one experiment)
BOOKS SUGGESTED
1.
Vogels Text Books of Qulitative analysis, Revised. J. asset, R.C. Denny, G.H. Jeffery and J.
Mendhan. ELBS.
2.
Vogels Text Book of Quantitative analysis, revised. J. Bassett, R.C. Denny, G.H. Jeffery and J.
Mendhan, ELBS.
3.
Synthesis and Characterisation of Inorganic Compounds, W.L.Jolly. Prentice Hall.
4.
Practical Inorganic chemistry by G. Pass and H. Sutcliffe Chapman and Hall.
5.
Practicle Inorganic Chemistry by. K. Somasekhar Rao and K.N.K. Vani.
________________________________________
M.Sc., CHEMISTRY (PREVIOUS) PRACTICAL II
Organic Chemistry
1. Identification organic compounds:
Phenol, base, organic acid, ketone, aldehyde, amide and carbohydrate with preparation of two
solid derivatives.
2. Preparations:
i). Iodoform
ii) n-Dinitroderivative
iii) Asprin
iv) p-Nitroaniline
v) Bezophenone
vi) Benzoic acid
vii) p-Bromo Acetanilide
viii) Acetanilide
1. Identification of given two compounds with preparation of two solid derivatives and reporting of
the melting points for derivatives
2. One preparation – Yield of crude and crystallized sampled and reporting of the melting point.
M.Sc., CHEMISTRY (PREVIOUS) PRACTICAL - III
Physical Chemistry Practicals :
1. Determination of rate constant of the oxidation of iodide ion with persulphate ion.
2. Relative strengths of acids by studying the hydrolysis of ethylacetate / methyl acetate
3. Determination of equilibrium constant of KI3 ↔ KI + I2 by partition coefficient method and
determination of unknown concentration of potassium iodide.
4. Distribution coefficient of Benzoic acid between Benzene and water.
5. Determination of critical solution temperature of phenol-water system Study of the effect of
eletrolyteon the miscibility of phenol-water system
6. Potentiometric determination of Fe(II) with Cr (VI)
7. Potentiometric titration of chloride with silver nitrate.
8. pH-metric determination of strong acid with strong base.
9. Condctometric titration of strong acid with strong base
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10. Verification of Beers Law using potassium permanganate/Potassium dichromate.
11. Determination of formulae and stability constant of a metal complex by spectrophotometric
method.
12 Verification of Langmuir isotherm . Determination of unknown concentration of acetic acid by
studying its adsorption on activated charcoal.

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