B.Sc Chemistry

Jai Hind College
In Mumbai

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  • Bachelor
  • Mumbai
  • Duration:
    3 Years
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Mumbai
"A" Road, Churchgate Mumbai , 400020, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

Title Of Paper Topics Of The Paper No. of Lectures

Paper I

Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry

Unit I

Chemical thermodynamics

Unit II

Nature of electrolytes in solute

Unit III

1)Mechanism of organic reactions and reactive intermediates.

2)Aromaticity and aromatic compounds

Unit IV

1)Aromatic Aldehydes and ketones

2)Aromatic carboxylic acids

3)Aromatic nitro compounds

4)Aromatic sulphonic acids

Unit V

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

a)Valence Bond Theory

b)Molecular Orbital Theory

Unit VI

Chemistry of Elements -I

a)Trends in physical and chemical properties of Group 15 and 16

b)Study of compounds of nitrogen and sulphur

c)Basic Bioorganic Chemistry

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Paper II

Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry

Unit I

1)Solutions: General behaviour and physical

2)Electrochemical cells equilibria

Unit II

1)Photochemistry

2)pH and Buffers

Unit III

1)Aromatic hydrocarbons

2)Haloarenes

3)Phenols

Unit IV

1)Stereochemistry

2)Aromatic amines

Unit V

Transition elements and Coordination Chemistry

a)Chemistry of transition elements

b)Coordination chemistry

c)Bonding in coordination compounds

Unit VI

Chemistry of Elements -II and Organometallic compounds

1)Chemistry of Group 17 elements

2)Chemistry of Group 18 elements

3)Organometallic compounds

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Paper III

Industrial and Analytical Chemistry

Unit I

1)Chemical Industries in India

2)Unit Operations

Unit II

1)Manufacturing Process

Unit III

1)Environmental aspects

Unit IV

1)Industrial Waste

2)Unit process

Unit V

1)Scope and importance analytical chemistry

2)Volumetric analysis

Unit VI

1)Titration using electrometric methods for detection of equivalence point.

2)Gravimetric analysis

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T.Y. B.Sc. Title Of Paper Topics Of The Paper No. of Lectures

Paper I

Paper II Inorganic

Unit I

1)Chemical Bonding

2)Molecular Symmetry

Unit II

Inner transition elements ('f' block)

Unit III

1)Structure of solids

2)Superconductivity

Unit IV

1)Acid-base concept

2)Non aqueous solvent

3)Corrosion and its properties

Unit V

Bonding in Coordination compounds

Unit VI

1)Stability of complexes

2)Substitution Reaction in Octahedral complexes

3)Electronics Spectra of complexes

Unit VII

1)Organometallic compounds

2)Catalytic and industrial applications

3)Inorganic polymers

Unit VIII

1)Environmental Pollution

2)Bioorganic chemistry

3)Nano particles

4)Lasers

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Paper III

Organic chemistry

Unit I

1)IUPAC nomenclature

2)Mechanism with stereochemistry of elimination reaction of carbonyl compounds with nucleophite and rearrangements.

Unit II

3)Stereochemistry

Unit III

4)Heterocyclic chemistry

5)Organic chemistry in Industry

Unit IV

6)Polymers

7)Oxidation and reduction

Unit V

8)Introduction to spectroscopy of organic compounds

Unit VI

9)Chemistry of natural products

10)Photochemistry

Unit VII and VIII

11)Carbohydrates

12)Chemistry of some important Biomolecules

13)Organometallics

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Paper IV

Analytical Chemistry

Section I

Unit I

Treatment of analytical data and sampling

1)Treatment and presentation of analytical data

2)Sampling

Unit II

Volumetric analysis

1)Theoretical aspects of Titration

2)Non-aqueous Titration

Unit III

Methods of Separation -I

1)Solvent Extraction

2)Chromatography

Unit IV

Optical Methods - I U.V. Visible Spectroscopy

Section II

Unit V

Treatment of analytical data and chromatography

1)Treatment and presentation of analytical data

2)Methods of separation -II: Chromatographic methods

Unit VI

Electroanalyctial Methods

1)Ion selective electrodes

2)Potentiometric titration

3)D.C. Polarography.

Unit VII

Optical Methods -II

1)Atomic spectroscopy

2)a) Flame photometry

b) Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

c) Methdos of qunatification and applications

3)Molecular fluorescence and Phosphorescence spectroscopy

Unit VIII

Optical and Miscellaneous Methods

1)Turbidimetry and Nephlometry

2)Introduction to mass spectrometry

3)Introduction to Radio analytical

methods

4)Introduction of thermo -analytical methods

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Applied Component Chemistry

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Topics of the Paper No. of Lectures

Paper I

Drugs

Unit I

1)General introduction to drugs

2)Important terms in medicinal chemistry

3)Routes of drug administration and dosage forms

4)Phramacodynamic agents

i)Central Nervous System drugs

ii)Analgesics and antipyretic

iii)Anti-inflammatory drugs

iv)Anti histamine drugs

v)Anti hypertensive drugs

vi)Diuretics

vii)Antidiabetics

viii)Antiparkinson's disease

ix)Drugs for respiratory system

Unit II

5)Drug metabolism

6)Chirality in drugs

7)Chemotherapeutic agents.

i)Antibiotics ii)Antimalarials

iii)Antitubercular drugs

iv)Antileprotic drugs

v)Antiamoebic drugs

vi)Anthelmintus

vii)Antispetus and disinfectants

viii)Antineoplastic drugs

ix)Antiretroviral drugs

8)Inorganic Pharmaceuticals

9)General idea of radio pharmaceuticals

10)Recent advances in medicinal chemistry

11)Introduction to pharmacopoeia (IB, BP and USP)

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Paper II

Dyes

Unit I

1)Introduction to dyestuff chemistry

2)Classification of dyes based on constitution

3)Classes of dyes based on application

4)Color and chemical constitution of dyes and pigments

5)Nontextile uses of dyes

6)Optical brightness and organic pigments

Unit II

7)Intermediates

8)Synthesis of specific dyes and their uses

9)General information about application of dyes to fibres

10)Ecology and toxicity of dyes.

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