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Department of Chemistry
Dr. Hari Singh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar (M.P.)
B.Sc.
Chemistry
Semester - I
Semester I
Course Code

Course Name

Credits

CHE-C 111

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE-C 112

Organic Chemistry

CHE-C 113

Physical Chemistry

CHE-C 114

Laboratory Course

CHE-C 111
B.Sc. Semester I
Paper I : Inorganic Chemistry
Credits : 02

30 Hrs

1. Atomic Structure : Idea of de Broglie matter wave, Heisenberg

2.

3.

4.

5.

uncertainty principle, atomic orbitals, Schrdinger wave equation,


significance of and 2, Quantum numbers, radial and angular wave
functions and probability distribution curves, shapes of s, p, d orbitals,
effective nuclear charge.
Periodic Properties : Trends in periodic table and applications in
predicting and explaining the physical and chemical behaviors. Atomic
radii, ionic radii, ionization energy, electron affinity and electro
negativity.
Chemical Bonding :
Valence bond theory and its limitations,
directional chara- cteristics of covalent bond, various types of
hybridization
and shapes of simple inorganic molecules and ions,
Valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory to NH3 , H3O+,
SF4, ClF3 , ICl2 and H2O . MO theory, homonuclear and heteronuclear
(CO and NO) diatomic molecules,
multicenter bonding in electron
deficient molecules, bond
strength and bond energy, percentage
ionic character, from dipole moment and electro negativity difference.
Weak
interactions, Hydrogen bonding, van der Waal forces.
Ionic Solids : Concept and properties of ionic bond and structure of
ionc compounds, radius ratio effect and coordinationnumber, limitation
of radius ratio rule, lattice defects, semiconductors, lattice energy and
Born Haber cycle, Solvation energy and solubility of ionic solids,
polarizing power and Polarizability of ions, Fajans rule. Metallic bond
free electron, valence bond theory
Chemistry of Nobel gases : Chemical properties of the Nobel gases,
chemistry of Xenon,
structure and bonding in xenon compounds.

Course Coordinator:

Dr. Yadvendra Rohan

CHE-C-112
B.Sc. Semester I
Paper II : Organic Chemistry
Credits : 1
1.

15 Hrs

5
Structure and Bonding :
Hybridization, bond length and bond angles, bond energy, localized and
delocalized chemical bond, inclusion compounds, clatherates, charge
transfer complexes, resonance, hyperconjugation, aromaticity, inductive
and field effects, hydrogen bonding.
2.
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Mechanism of Organic reactions :
Curved arrow notations, drawing electron movement with arrows, halfheaded and double-headed arrows, homolytic and heterolytic bond
breaking.
Types of reagents electrophilic and nucleophilic. Types of organic
reactions, reactive intermediates carbocations, carbanians, free
radicals, carbenes, arynes and nitrenes (with examples)
3.
5
Stereochemistry :
Concept of isomerism, types of isomerism, optical isomerism. Elements
of symmetry, chirality, enantiomers, chiral and achiral molecules with
two stereogenic centers, distereomers, threo- and erythro distereomers,
meso compounds, resolution, inversion, retention and recemization.
Relative and absolute configuration and sequence rules. R.S. system of
nomenclature.
Course Coordinator :
Prof. S.P.Shrivastava

CHE-C 113
B.Sc. Semester I
Paper III : Physical Chemistry
Credits: 1
1.

15 Hrs

Mathematical Concept :
Logarithmic relations, curves sketching, linear graphs and calculation
of shapes, differentiation of functions like Xn , ex , sin x, log x; maxima
and minima, partial differentiation and reciprocacity relations.
Integration of some useful/relevant functions; permutations and
combinations; factorials; Probability.
2.
Computers: introduction to computers, different components of a
computer, hardware and software, Input Output devices, binary
numbers and arithmetic. Introduction to computer languages,
Programming operating system.
3.
Gaseous states :
vander Waals equation of state, the isotherms of vander Waal equation,
relationship between critical constant and vander Waal constants. The
law of corresponding states, reduced equation of state.
4.
Molecular velocities:
Root mean square velocity, average and most probable velocities.
Qualitative discussion of the Maxwells distribution of molecular
velocities, collision number, mean free path and collision
diameter,
liquifictions of gases based on Joule Thomson effect.
5.
Liquid State :
Intermolecular forces, structure of liquids ( a qualitative description).
Structural differences between - solids, liquids and gases. Liquid
crystals, difference between liquid crystals, solid and liquid.
Classification, structure of nematic and cholestric phases. Thermography and seven segment cell.
Course oordinator ;
Prof. Farid Khan

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

CHE-C-114
B.Sc. Semester I - Laboratory Course
Credits: 2
Inorganic Chemistry : General Instructions
Demonstration and Calibration of fractional weights, balance and
knowing volumetric measurement apparatus and measurement units.
Simple Mixture analysis excluding anion and cation combinations
Organic Chemistry :
Detection of elements Nitrogen, Sulphur and halogens.
Qualitative analysis detection of
functional groups ( phenolic,
carboxylic, carbonyl, esters, carbohydrates, amines, amides, nitro and
anilides etc. ) in simple organic compounds
Physical Chemistry
Chemical kinetics hydrolysis of methyl acetate/ ethyl acetate
catalyzed by H+ ions
Effect of strength of acid on rate of hydrolysis of ester
Effect of acid types (HCl, H2SO4) on hydrolysis of ester (Relative
strength of acids )
Preparation of arsenius sulphides sol. A comparative account of
coagulating power of mono-, di- and tri-valent salts
Surface tension determination
Percentage
composition of binary mixtures of organic
solvents/water, by surface tension.
Course Coordinator
Prof. S.P.Shrivastava

Books :
1. Organic Chemistry, I.L.Finar, ELBS Publication
2. Organic Chemistry, Morrison and Boyed, Prentice-Hall.
3. Organic Chemistry, Jagdamba Singh, Pragati Prakashan,
4. Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, Soloman, John Wiley & Sons.
5. Organic Chemistry , F.A. Carry, Mc Graw Hill Pub.
6. Advanced experimental Physical chemistry, J.B.Yadav, Goel Publishing House.
7. Vogels text Book of practical organic Chemistry, B.S.Furniss, A.J. Hannaford, V.
Rogers, P.W.G. SSmith and A.R. Tatchell, ELBS.
8. Experimental Organic Chemistry, Vol I and II, P.R.Singh, D.S. Gupta and K.S.
Bajpai, Tata McGraw Hill.
9. A laboratory hand book of Organic qualitative analysis and separations, V.S.
Kulkarni, S.P.pathak, D. ramchandra & Co., Pune.
10. Text book of organic practical chemistry, V.S. Kulkarni, S.P.pathak, D. ramchandra
& Co., Pune.
11. Organic Chemistry, Vol I,II and III, S.M. Mukherjee, S.P.Singh and R.P.Kapoor,
Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Age International.

Department of Chemistry
Dr. Hari Singh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar (M.P.)
B.Sc.
Chemistry
Semester II
Semester II
Course Code

Course Name

Credits

CHE-C 211

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE-C 212

Organic Chemistry

CHE-C 213

Physical Chemistry

CHE-C 214

Laboratory Course

CHE-C 211
B.Sc. Semester II
Paper I : Inorganic Chemistry
Credits : 2
30
1. Chemistry of S-block and p-block elements
s - Block elements : Comparative study, diagonal relationships, salient
features of hydrides, Solvation and complexation tendencies including
their functions in biosystems.
p- Block elements :
Comparative study (including diagonal relationship) of groups
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elements, compounds like hydrides, oxides,halides of group 13-16,
preparations, properties and structures of borazines, borohydrides,
fullerenes, carbides,fluorocarbons, silicates, basic properties of halogens,
interhalogens and polyhalides.
2. Chemistry of d- block elements :
First transition series -Properties of the elements of the first transition
series, their binary compounds and the complexes illustrating relative
stability of their oxidation states, coordination number and geometry.
Second and Third transition series General characteristics,
comparative treatments with their 3d- analogues in respect of ionic
radii, oxidation state and magnetic property.
3. Chemistry of f- block elements :
Lanthanides elements- electronic structures, oxidation states and ionic
radii, lanthanide contraction, complex formation, occurrence and
isolation, lanthanide compounds.
Actinides elements : general features and chemistry of actinides,
Similarities between the later actinides and later lanthanides.
Course Coordinator

Dr. Yadvendra Rohan

Hrs
10

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CHE-C 212
B.Sc. Semester II
Paper-II - Organic Chemistry
Credits : 1

15 Hrs

1. Stereochemistry :
3
Nomenclature E and Z systems, geometric isomerism in alicyclic
compounds, conformation analysis of ethane and n-butane,
conformation of cyclohexane, axial and equatorial bonds, Newman
projection and Sawhorse formulae, Fischer and Flying Wedge
foumulae.
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2. Alkanes and Cyclo alkanes :
Nomenclature, isomerism and classification of carbon atoms in
alkanes. Method of formation (with special reference to Wurtz
reaction,
Kolbe
reaction,
Corey
House
reaction,
physical
properties and
chemical reactions of alkanes.
Mechanism of Halogenation :
Cycloalkanes : methods of preparations, chemical reactions, Baeyers
strain theory and its limitations. Ring strain in cyclopropane
and
cyclobutane
3. Alkenes and Cycloalkenes :
General method of preparation and properties of alkenes. Dehydrohalogenation, dehydration, addition reaction with mechanism.
Methods of preparation and chemical reactions of cycloalkenes.
4. Arenes and Aromaticity :
5
Resonance structures, molecular orbital structure of benzene, Huckel
rule benzenoid and non benzenoid molecules. Aromatic electrophilic
substitution : General pattern of the mechanism, side chain reactions
of benzene derivative with mechanism
5. Methods of formation and chemical reactions of alkyl and aryl halides. 2
Course Coordinator
Prof. S.P.Shrivastava

CHE-C 213
B.Sc. Semester II
Paper III - Physical Chemistry
Credits : 1

15 Hrs

1. Solid state:
4
Definition of space lattice, unit cell. Laws of crystallography law of
constancy of interfacial angles , law of rationality of indices, law of
symmetry. Symmetry elements in crystals.
Determination
of 2
2. X ray diffraction in crystals: Braggs equation.
crystal structure of NaCl, KCl and CsCl, (Laues method and powder
method.)
3. Chemical Kinetics :
5
Theories of Chemical kinetics, effect of temperature on rate of
reaction, Arrhenius equation, concept of activated energy. Simple
collision theory based on hard sphere model, Transition
state
theory (equilibrium hypo- thesis ), Expression for the rate constants
based on equilibrium constant and thermodynamic aspects.
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4. Photochemistry
Interaction of radiation with matter, difference between thermal and
photochemical processes, Laws of photochemistry, Grothus Drapper
law, stark Einstein law. Jabolonski diagram, description of
fluorescence, phosphorosence, nonradiative
processes, quantum
yield, photosensitized reactions, energy transfer processes.
Course Coordinator :
Prof. Farid
Khan

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CHE-C-214
B.Sc. Semester II : Laboratory Course
Credits 2

30 Hrs

Inorganic Chemistry
- Tests for combination of acid radicals
- General idea for interfering radicals.
- Simple Acid Base Titration
Organic Chemistry
- Standardisation of Thermometer and determination of melting points
of Individual and mixed components
- Determination of boiling points
- Purification of organic compounds by sublimation, crystallisation,
- Demonstration of various distillation.
Physical Chemistry : Determination of - Reaction rate of decomposition of iodide by H2O2
- Distribution coefficients of iodine between water and CCl4 (Kerosene)
- Coefficient of viscosity of liquids
- Percentage composition of binary composition of organic solvents/water
by viscosity measurements.
- Viscosity of amyl alcohol/water (V/V) compositions
Course Coordinator

Dr. Ritu
Yadav

Books :
1.
Organic Chemistry, I.L.Finar, ELBS Publication
2.
Organic Chemistry, Morrison and Boyed, Prentice-Hall.
3.
Organic Chemistry, Jagdamba Singh, Pragati Prakashan,
4.
Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, Soloman, John Wiley & Sons.
5.
Organic Chemistry , F.A. Carry, Mc Graw Hill Pub.
6.
Advanced experimental Physical chemistry, J.B.Yadav, Goel Publishing
House.
7.
Vogels text Book of practical organic Chemistry, B.S.Furniss, A.J.
Hannaford, V. Rogers, P.W.G. SSmith and A.R. Tatchell, ELBS.
8.
Experimental Organic Chemistry, Vol I and II, P.R.Singh, D.S. Gupta and
K.S. Bajpai, Tata McGraw Hill.
9.
A laboratory hand book of Organic qualitative analysis and separations,
V.S. Kulkarni, S.P.pathak, D. ramchandra & Co., Pune.
10. Text book of organic practical chemistry, V.S. Kulkarni, S.P.pathak, D.
ramchandra & Co., Pune.
11. Organic Chemistry, Vol I,II and III, S.M. Mukherjee, S.P.Singh and
R.P.Kapoor, Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Age International.

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12. Department of Chemistry


13. Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.)
14.
15. B.Sc.
16. Chemistry
17. Semester - III
Semester III
Course Code

Course Name

Credits

CHE-C 311

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE-C 312

Organic Chemistry

CHE-C 313

Physical Chemistry

CHE-C 314

Laboratory Course

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CHE C 311
B.Sc. Semester III
Paper I - Inorganic Chemistry
Credits : 1
Coordination Compounds :

15 Hrs

1.

2.

Werners coordination theory and its experimental verification, Effective


atomic number concept, chelates, nomenclature of coordination
compounds, isomerism in coordination compounds, valance bond theory
of transition metal complexes
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Organometallic Chemistry :
Definition, Nomenclature and classification of organo-metallic
compounds, preparation, properties bonding and applications of alkyls
and aryls of Li, Al and Sn metals, nature of bonding in metal carbonyls
and metal ethylonic complexes

Dr. K.K.Raj

Course Coordinator
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19.

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20.
CHE-C-312
B.Sc. Semester III
Paper II - Organic Chemistry
Credits : 2
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

30 Hrs

Alcohols
Classification and nomenclature: Monohydric alcohols-nomenclature,
methods of formation by reduction of aldehydes ketones, carboxylic acids
and esters. Hydrogoen bonding. Acidic nature, Reactions of alcohols.
Dihydric alcohols - nomenclature, methods of formation, chemical
reactions of vicinal glycols, oxidative cleavage [Pb(OAc)4 and HIO4] and
pinacol-pinacolone rearrangement. Trihydric alcohols - nomenclature
and methods of formation, chemical reactions of glycerol.
Phenols
Nomenclature, structure and bonding. Preparation of phenols, physical
properties and acidic character. Comparative acidic strengths of alcohols
and phenols, resonance stabilization of phenoxide ion. Reactions of
phenols - electrophilic aromatic substitution, acylation and
carboxylation.
Mechanisms
of
Fries
rearrangement,
Claisen
rearrangement, Gatterman synthesis, Hauben-Hoesch reaction, LedererManasse reaction and Reimer-Tiemann reaction.
Ethers and Epoxides
Nomenclature of ethers and methods of their formation, physical
properties. Chemical reactions - cleavage and autoxidation, Ziesels
method.Synthesis of epoxides. Acid and base-catalyzed ring opening of
epoxides, orientation of epoxide ring opening, reactions of Grignard and
organolithium reagents with epoxides.
Aldehydes and ketones
Nomenclature and structure of the carbonyl group. Synthesis of
aldenydes and ketones with particular reference to the synthesis of
aldehydes from acid chlorides, synthesis of aldehydes and ketones using
1,3-dithianes, synthesis of ketones from nitriles and from carboxylic
acids. Physical properties
Mechanism of nucleophilic additions to carbonyl group with particular
emphasis on benzoin, aldol, Perkin, Knoevenagel condensations.
Condensation with ammonia and its derivatives.Wittig,Mannich reaction.
Use of acetals as protecting group. Oxidation of aldehydes, Bayer-Villiger
oxidation of ketones, Cannizzaro reaction. MPV, Clemmensen, WolffKishner, LiAlH4 and NaBH4 reductions. Halogenation of enolizable
ketones. An introduction to -, -unsaturated aldehydes and ketones.

Course Coordinator

Prof. Mrs. S.D.Shrivastava

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23.
CHE C 313
B.Sc. Semester III
Paper III - Physical Chemistry
15 Hrs
Credits : 1
1 Thermodynamics I :4
Heat capacity, heat capacities at constant volume and pressure and their
relationship.Joules law Joule thomson coefficient and inversion temperature .
Calculation of w, q, dU & dH for the expansion of ideal gases under isothermal and
adiabatic conditions for reversbile process. Temperature dependence of enthalpy .
Kirchhoffs equation.
Second law of thermodynamics: need for the law , different statements of the law.
Carnot cycle and its efficiency, Carnot theorem. Themodynamic scale of temperature
2 Themodynamics II :4
Concept of entropy as a sate function ,entropy as a function of V & T ,entropy as a
function of P & T ,entropy change in physical changes , Clausius inequality ,entropy as a
criteria of spontaneity and equilibrium .Entropy change in ideal hases and mixing of
gases.
Third law of thermodynamics : Nernst heat theorem ,statement and concept of residual
entropy ,evaluation of absolute entropy from heat capacity data .Gibbs and Helmoltz
functions ; Gibbs function (G) and Helmoltz function (A) as thermodynamics quantities,
A & G as criteria for thermodynamics equilibrium and spontaneity , their advantage over
entropy change .Variation of G & P , V & T
3 Chemical Equilibrium :4
Equilibrium constant and free energy .Thermodynamics derivation of law of mass action
.Le Chatliers principle .Reaction isotherm reaction isochore Clapeyron equation and
Clausius Clapeyron equation , applications.
4 Phase Equilibrium :3
Statement and meaning of the terms phase ,component and degree of freedom ,
derivation of Gibbs phase rule ,phase equilibria of one component system water ,
Carbon dioxide and S systems .
Phase equilibria of two component system - solid liquid equlibria .simple eutectic PbAg system ,desilverisation of lead .
Solid solutions compound formation with congruent melting point (Mg-Zn) and in
congruent melting point (Ferric Chloride Water) .
Course coordinator
Shri R. C. Pawar
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25.
26.

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27.

CHE-C-314
B.Sc. Semester III - Laboratory course
Credits 2
Inorganic Chemistry :
Calibration of Fractional Weights, pipettes and Burettes.
Quantitative Analysis : (A) Volumetric analysis
Determination of Oxalic acid strength by titrating with NaOH
Estimation of Oxalic Acid by Redox KMnO4 titration
Determination of Acetic acid in commercial vinegar using NaOH
Determination of Alkali content in antacid tablet using HCl
Estimation of Fe2+ and Fe3+ by Redox K2Cr2O7 titration
Estimation of Cu2+ by Na2S2O3
Quantitative Analysis : (B) Gravimetric analysis
a.Analysis of Copper as CuCNS ; b. Zn as ZnNH4PO4.; c. Estimation of Barium as Barium sulphate.
Organic Chemistry:
Element detection by (Green Chemical Analysis) and conventional methods
Identification of Organic Compounds ( Carboxylic acids, carbohydrates, amides, phenols, ketones,
hydrocarbon, amines,nitro, halogen and sulphur containing compounds)
Physical Chemistry:
Transition Temperature :
Determination of Transition temperature of the given substance by thermometric / Dialometric
method. [eg MnCl2.4H2O / CuSO4.5H2O/SnCl2.2H2O/ Na2 SO4H2O].
Phase equilibrium :
To construct the phase diagram of two component ( Diphenyl amine Benzophenone) system by
cooling curve method.
Thermochemistrty :
To determine the solubility of organic acids (benzoic acid, salicyclic acid etc). at different
temperatures and to determine H of the dissolution process.
Basicity of an acid by thermochemical methods. To determine the heat of solution of KNO3 by
solubility method.
Kinetics
Study of Kinetics of enzymatic reaction (starch amylase system)
Prof. Mrs. S.D.Shrivastava
Course Coordinator

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Department of Chemistry
Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.)
B.Sc.
Chemistry
Semester IV
Semester IV
Course Code

Course Name

Credits

CHE-C-411

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE-C-412

Organic Chemistry

CHE-C-413

Physical Chemistry

CHE-C-414

Laboratory Course

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CHE C 411
B.Sc. IV Semester
Paper I - Inorganic Chemistry
Credits - 1
1. Hard and Soft Acids and Bases (HSAB)

15 Hrs
8

Bronsted-Lowery theory of Acids and Bases and Lewis Concepts of


acid and base. Classification of acids and bases as hard and soft.
Pearsons HSAB concept, acid base strength and hardness.
Softness, symbiosis theoretical basis of hardness and softness,
electro-negativity and hardness and softness
2.

Bio-inorganic Chemistry

Essential and trace elements in biological processes, metallo


porphyrins with special reference to haemoglobin. Biological role of
alkali and alkaline earth metal ions with special reference to Ca2+.
Course Coordinator
Dr K.K. Raj

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CHE-C-412
B.Sc. Semester IV
Paper-II - Organic Chemistry
Credits : 2
30 Hrs
1. Carboxylic Acids
6
Nomenclature, structure and bonding, physical properties, acidity of
Carboxylic acids, effects of substituents on acid strength, Preparation of
carboxylic acids. Reactions of carboxylic acids. Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky
reaction. Synthesis of acid chlorides, esters and amides. Reduction of
carboxylic acids, Mechanism of decarboxylation.
Methods of formation and chemical reactions of unsaturated
monocarboxylic acids Dicarboxylic acids: methods of formation and
effect of heat and dehydrating agents.
2. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives
3
Structure and nomenclature of acid chlorides, esters, amides (urea)
and acid anhydrides. Relative stability of acyl derivatives physical
properties, interconversion of acid derivatives by nucleophilic acyl
substitution. Preparation of carboxylic acid derivatives, chemical
reactions. Mechanisms of esterification and hydrolysis (acidic and basic)
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3. Organic Compounds of Nitrogen
Preparation of nitroalkanes and nitroarenes. Chemical reactions of
nitroalkanes. Mechanism of nucleophilic substitution in nitroarenes
and their reductions in acidic, neutral and alkaline media. Picric acid.
Halonitroarenes: reactivity. Structure and nomenclature of amines,
physical properties. Stereochemistry of amines. Separation of mixture
of primary, secondary and tertiary amines. Structural features effecting
basicity of amines. Amine salts as phase-transfer catalysts. Preparation
of alkyl and aryl amines (reduction of nitro compounds, nitriles),
reductive amination of aldehydic and ketonic compounds. Gabrielphthalimide reaction, Hoffmann bromide reaction.
4. Electromagnetic Spectrum: Absorption Spectra
9
Ultraviolet (UV) absorption spectroscopy - absorption laws (BeerLambert law), molar absorptivity, presentation and analysis of UV
spectra, types of electronic transitions, effect of conjugation. Concept of
chromophore
and
auxochrome.
Bathochromic,
hypsochromic,
hyperchromic and hypochromic shifts. UV spectra of conjugated enes
and enones.
Infrared (IR) absorption spectroscopy - molecular vibrations, Hookes
law, selection rules, intensity and position of IR bands, measurement of
IR spectrum, fingerprint region, characteristic of various functional
groups and interpretation of IR spectra of simple organic compounds.
Prof. Mrs. S.D.Shrivastava
Course Coordinator

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CHE-C413
B.Sc. Semester IV
Paper III - Physical Chemistry
Credits : 1
15 Hrs
1. Partially miscible liquids
3
Phenol - Water, trimethylamine water, nicotine water system. Lower and
upper absolute temperature, Effect of impurity on absolute temperature,
Immiscible liquids, steam distillation, Nernst distribution law
thermodynamic derivation, applications.
2. Electro chemistry I
4
Migration of ions and Kohlrausch law, DebyeHuckelOnsager equation for
strong electrolytes (elementary treatment only),Transport number, definition
and determination by Hittorf method and moving boundary method,
Applications of conductivity measurement : determination of degree of
dissociation , determination of dissociation constant of acid , solubility of a
sparingly soluble salt , conductometric titrations
3. Electro-chemistry II
4
Types of reversible electrodes - gas metal ion , metal metal ion, metal
insoluble salt anion and redox electrode . Electrode reactions, Nernst
equation , derivation of cell E.M.F and single electrode potential.
Electrolytic and Galvanic cells reversible and irreversible cells ,
Representation of electro chemical cells .Calculation of thermodynamic
quantities of cell reaction (G, H & K) , polarization , over potential and
hydrogen overvoltage .
4. Electro chemistry and corrosion
4
Concentration cell with and without transport , liquid junction potential,
application of concentration cells valency of ions , solubility product and
activity coefficient .
Defination of pH and pKa, determination of pH using hydrogen, quinhydrone
and glass electrodes by potentiometric method. Corrosion types , theories
and methods of combating it .
Course Coordinator
Shri R. C. Pawar

20

CHE-C-414
B.Sc. Semester IV
Laboratory Course
Credits : 2
Inorganic Chemistry :
Quantitative Analysis : Volumetric analysis
Estimation of calcium concentration in chalk as Calcium oxalate by KMnO4
Estimation of hardness of Water by EDTA titration
Complexometric titration of Zn(II), Mg(II), Fe(II) with EDTA
Estimation of percentage of available chlorine in bleaching powder
Estimation of K2Cr2O7 (by titration with Na2S2O3)
Gravimetric analysis
Preparation and Analysis of Nickel as Ni(DMG)2 and Al(III) and Mg(II) using suitable
reagents.
Organic Chemistry:
Synthesis of following by (Green Chemical synthesis) and conventional methods
Acetylation of primary amines, Base catalysed aldol condensation, halogen addition to C=C
(carbon - carbon), [4+2] cycloaddition reaction.
Thin layer chromatography ; Determination of Rf values and identification of organic compounds
and separation of green leaves pigments.
Preparation and separation of 2,4- dinitro phenyl hydrazones of acetone,2-butanone, hexane 2one and hexane 3- one using toluene and light petroleum ether (40:60)
Separation of a mixture of dyes using cyclohexane and ethyl acetate (8.5:1.5).
Paper Chromatography : Ascending
Determination of Rf values and identification of organic compounds: amino acids and
monosacchrides
Physical Chemistry:
Phase equilibrium :
Determination of critical solution temperature of Phenol Water system.
Effect of Impurity on Critical Solution temperature.
Thermochemistrty :
To determine the heat of neutralization (strong acid strong base)/Weak acid-weak base)
Determine the enthalpy of ionization.
To determine heat of solution of NH4NO3 / CaCl2.
Molar Mass
Determination of molar mass of a given polymer sample by viscosity measurement.
Prof. S.K.Shrivastava
Course Coordinator

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Department of Chemistry
Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.)
B.Sc.
Chemistry
Semester V
Semester V
Course Code

Course Name

Credits

CHE-C 511

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE-C 512

Organic Chemistry

CHE-C 513

Physical Chemistry

CHE-C 514

Laboratory Course

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CHE C 511
B.Sc. Semester V
Paper I Inorganic Chemistry
Credits : 1
1. Metal ligand Bonding in Transition metal complexes :

2.

15 Hrs
8

Limitations of valance bond theory, an elementary idea of crystal field theory,


crystal field splitting in octahedral, tetrahedral and square planer complexes, factors
affecting the crystal field parameters
Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal complexes :
Types of magnetic behaviours, method of determining magnetic susceptibility, spin
only formula, L-S coupling, correlation of and effective values, orbital
contribution to magnetic moments, applications of magnetic moment data for 3dmetal complexes.

Course Coordinator

Dr. K. K. Raj

CHE - C 512
B.Sc. Semester V
Paper II Organic Chemistry
Credits : 1
15 Hrs
1. Carbohydrates
3
Introduction and classification, osazone formation, mutual
transformation, epimerisation, cyclic structure of glucose and
fructose , mutarotation, General idea about disaccharides and
polysaccharides, structure of sucrose, maltose, lactose and starch.
2. Fats , Oils and detergents
3
Introduction, glycerides, hydrogenation of unsaturated oils, acid
value, saponification value, iodine value, synthetic detergents,
3. Amino Acids, Peptides, Proteins
4
Introduction, classification of amino acids, acid base behaviours, isoelectric point of amino acids, -amino acid-preparation properties
and physiological importance, peptide synthesis classical and solid
phase . End group analysis of amino acids, detection, classification
and importance of proteins.
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4. Synthetic Dyes
Introduction, colours and constitution, chromophore, auxochrome
and valency bond theory, synthesis of methyl orange, congo red,
malachite green, crystal violet, phenolphthalein, fluorescein, indigo
Course Coordinator
Prof. A. K. Banerjee

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CHE- C 513
B.Sc. Semester V
Paper III Physical Chemistry
Credits : 2
30 Hrs
1. Quantum Mechanism-I
12
Black body radiation, Planks radiation law, photoelectric effect, heat
capacity of solids, Bohrs model of Hydrogen atom (no derivation)
and its defects, Compton Effect
De-Broglie hypothesis, Heisenbergs uncertainty principle, sinusoidal
wave equation and its importance, physical interpretation of the
wave function, postulates of quantum mechanism, particle in one
dimensional box.
2. Quantum Mechanics-II
12
Schrodinger wave equation for H- atom, separation into three
equations (without derivation), quantum numbers and their
importance, Hydrogen like wave functions, radial wave function,
angular wave function
Molecular orbital theory, basic idea- criteria for forming MO from
AO, construction of MOs by LCAO-H2+ ion, calculation of energy
levels from wave function, physical picture of bonding anti
bonding, wave function, concept of , , , , orbitals and their
characteristics. Hybrid orbitals sp, sp2, sp3, calculation of
coefficient of AOs used in these hybrid orbitals. Introduction to
valance bond models of H2, comparison of MO and VB models.
3. Spectroscopy
2
Introduction; electromagnetic radiation of the spectrum, basic
features of different spectrometers, statement of Born-Oppenheimer
Approximation, degree of freedom
4. Rotational Spectra
4
Di atomic molecules, energy levels of a rigid rotors (semi classical
principles), Selection rules, spectral intensity, distribution using
population
distribution
(Maxwell-Boltzmann
distribution)
determination of bond length, qualitative description of non-rigid
rotor, isotope effect.
Course Coordinator
Dr. Vijay Verma

24

CHE-C-514
B.Sc. Semester V
Laboratory Course
Credits : 2
1. Inorganic :
Synthesis and Analysis
Preparation of sodium trisoxalato ferrate (III) Na3[Fe(C2O4)3] and determination of its
composition by permangnetometry
Estimation of copper and nickel (should be given in solution form).
Preparation of Copper tetraamine complex, [Cu(NH)3]SO4
Preparation of cis and trans bisoxalato diaqua chromate (III) ion.
2. Organic
Separation of fluorescene and methyl blue ; leaf pigments from spinach leaves.
Qualitative Analysis ;
Analysis of an organic mixture containing two solid components using water,NaOH and
NaHCO3 for separation and preparation of derivatives
3. Physical
Electrochemistry :
Conductometrically determine the strength of the given acid using standard alkali solution
Conductometrically determine the solubility of a sparingly soluble electrolyte
Conductometrically determine the rate of saponification of ethyl acetate
Conductometrically determine the ionisation constant of a weak acid
To titrate potentiometrically the given FAS ferrous ammonium sulphate solution using
KMnO4 / K2Cr2O7 as titrant and calculate the redox potential of Fe++/ Fe+++ system on
the hydrogen scale.
Course Coordinator
Prof. O. P. Chourasia

25

Department of Chemistry
Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.)
B.Sc.
Chemistry
Semester VI
Semester VI
Course Code

Course Name

Credits

CHE-C 611

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE-C 612

Organic Chemistry

CHE-C 613

Physical Chemistry

CHE-C 614

Laboratory Course

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CHE - C 611
B.Sc. Semester VI
Paper I : Inorganic Chemistry
Credits : 1

15 Hrs
7

1. Electronic Spectra of transition metal complexes


Types of electronic transitions, selection rules for d-d transitions, spectroscopic
ground states, spectro-chemical series, Orgel energy level diagram for d1+ and d9
states, discussion of the electronic spectrum of [Ti(H2O)]3+ complex ion.
2. Thermodynamic and Kinetic aspects of Metal complexes
A brief outline of thermodynamic stability of metal complexes and factors
affecting the stability, substitution reactions of square-planer complexes
3. Silicones and Phosphazines
Silicones and Phosphazenes as complexes of inorganic polymers, nature of
bonding in triphosphazenes

Course Coordinator

5
3

Dr. K.K.Raj

CHE - C 612
B.Sc. Semester VI
Paper II - Organic Chemistry
Credits : 1

15 Hrs
4

1. Organo-metallic Compounds
Organo magnesium, organo zinc and organo lithium compounds preparation properties
and structure
2. Synthetic Polymers
Introduction, addition and condensation polymerization, Zeigler Natta reaction, Some
important polymers polyesters, polyamides, phenol formaldehyde resin, urea
formaldehyde resin, polyureathane, epoxy resin, rubber (natural and synthetic)
3. Heterocyclic compounds
Introduction, pyrroles, furan, thiophene, pyridine preparation, properties and structure,
condensation ring system, Fischer Skraup and Bischler Napieralski reaction, Properties
and structure of indole, quinoline and isoquinoline.
4. Organic synthesis via enolates :
Introduction, dimethyl malonate, ethylacetoacetate preparation and properties, keto
enol tautomerism of ethylacetoacetate, enamines.

Course Coordinator

Prof. A.K.Banerjee

27

CHE - C 613
B.Sc. Semester VI
Paper III :
Physical Chemistry
Credits : 2

30 Hours
4
Concept of potential energy curves for bonding and anti bonding
molecular orbitals, quantitative description of selection rules and
Frank Condon principle
2. Vibrational Spectrum
8
Infra red spectrum, energy levels of simple harmonic oscillators,
selection rules, pure vibrational spectrum, intensity, determination
of force constant and qualitative relation of force constant and bond
energies, effect of anharmonic motion and isotope on spectrum, idea
of vibrational frequencies of different functionl groups.
Raman Spectrum
Concept of polarizability, pure Rotational and pure vibrational
Raman spectra of diatomic molecules, selection rules
3. Physical properties and Molecular structures :
9
Optical activity, polarization, - (Clausius Mossotti equation)
orientation of dipoles in an electric field, dipole moment, induced
dipole moment, measurement of dipole moment temperature
method and refractivity method, dipole moment and structure of
molecules, magnetic properties, paramagnetism, dimagnetism and
ferromagnetism .
4. Solutions, Dilute Solutions and Colligative Properties
9
Ideal and non ideal solutions, method s of expressing concentration
of solutions, activity and activity coefficients
Dilute solutions, colligative properties, Roults law, relative lowering
of vapour pressure, molecular weight determination, Osmosis, law of
osmotic pressure and its measurement, determination of molecular
weight from osmotic pressure, Elevation of boiling point and
depression of freezing point, Experimental methods for determining
various colligative properties. Abnormal molar mass, degree of
dissociation and association of solutes.
Course Coordinator
Dr. Vijay Verma
1. Electronic Spectrum

28

CHE - C 614
B.Sc. Semester VI
Laboratory Course
Credits 2
Inorganic : Instrumentation
Colorimetry : Jobs Method, Mole ratio method
Explain the electronic spectra for KMnO4 / K2Cr2O7
Adulteration in food stuffs, Effluent analysis,
Solvent Extraction: Separation of acids/ Mg(II) and Fe(II)
Ion Exchange methods : Separation Mg(II) and Fe(II)
Organic : Synthesis
Acetylation of salicylic acid , aniline, glucose and hydroquinone,
benzoylation of aniline and phenol.
Aliphatic electrophilic substitution : Preparation of Iodoform from ethanol
and acetone.
Aromatic electrophilic substitution: Nitration, preparation m-dinitrobenzene,
preparation of para-nitroacetanilide.
Halogenation : Preparation para-bromo acetanilide; preparation of 2,4,6 tri
bromo phenol,
Diazotization / Coupling : Preparation of methyl orange and methyl red.
Oxidation : Preparation of bnzoic acid from toluene,
Reduction : Preparation of aniline from nitrobenzene, preparation of meta
nitro aniline from meta dinitro benzene.
Physical
Refractometry :Polarimetry
o To verify law of refraction of mixtures (glycerol and water) using
Abbes refractometer.
o To determine the specific rotation of given optically active
compound.
Molecular Weight determine :
o Determination of molecular weight of a non volatile solute by rast
method / Beckman freezing point method.
o Determination of the apparent degree of dissociation of an electrolyte
(NaCl) in aqueous solution at different concentration by
ebullioscopy.
Colorimetry :
o To verify Beer-Lambert law for KMnO4 / K2Cr2O7 and determine the
concentration of the given solution of the substance.
Potentiometry
To determine the strength of given strong and weak acid by potentiometric
titration using (i). Platinum quinhydron, glass electrode.
Course Coordinator
Shri R. C. Pawar

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