M. Sc. in Chemistry

The University of Burdwan
In Bardhaman

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  • Master
  • Bardhaman
  • Duration:
    2 Years
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Bardhaman
DURGAPUR GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, Durgapur, Dist. : Burdwan , 713214, West Bengal, India
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Course programme

Group A
1. Valency theories ⎯ quantum chemical approach:
2. Coordination chemistry ⎯ bonding, stereochemistry and structure

Group B
3. Cluster compounds:
4. Bioinorganic chemistry

Nuclear-Analytical General
Group A
1. Nuclear properties and structure:
2. Statistics of radioactivity measurements
Group B
3. Radioactive equilibrium:
4. Cosmochemistry:
5. Nuclear detection techniques and spectroscopy
Organic General
Group A
1. Stereochemistry:
2. Quantitative relationship between structure and reactivity
Group B
3. Application of spectroscopy in structural elucidation:
Physical General
Group A
1. Symmetry and group theory I:
2. Quantum mechanics I:
3. Atomic spectra:
Group B
4. Thermodynamics and statistical mechanics:
5. Principles of molecular spectroscopy

Semester-II
Theoretical
Inorganic General
Group A
1. Chemistry of elements ⎯ comparative accounts:

Group B
2. Structure and properties of solids:
3. Organometallic chemistry I:
Nuclear-Analytical General
Group A
1. Separation techniques:
2. Environmental chemistry:
Group B
3. Thermal methods:
4. Electroanalytical methods I:
5. Synthetic elements:
Organic General
Group A
1. Reactive intermediates with allied organic reaction mechanism
2. Carbohydrate chemistry:
Group B
1. Heterocyclic chemistry:
2. Protein chemistry:
Physical General
Group A
1. Group theory II:
2. Quantum mechanics II:
3. Electrochemistry:
Group B
4. Chemical kinetics:
Semester-III
Theoretical
CAG 301: Advanced General
Group A
1. Group theory III:
2. Surface chemistry
Group B
3. Macromolecules:
4. Advanced spectroscopic methods:
Advanced general
Group A
1. Metal ion promoted reactions:
2. Electroanalytical methods II:
Group B
3. Complexes in aqueous solution:
4. Reaction mechanism:
Advanced General
Group A
1. Photochemistry:
2. Pericyclic Reaction:
3. Reaction with cyclic transition states or cyclic intermediates
Group B
3. Reagents in organic synthesis:

3. Enzyme chemistry and metalloproteins:

Inorganic special
Group A
1. Synthetic methodology for transition and non-transition metal compounds:
Group B
3. Application of IR, NMR, EPR, UV-Vis, Mossbauer, ESCA etc. techniques:

Semester-IV
Theoretical
CAG 401: Advanced General
Group A
1. Diffraction study:Group B
4. Quantum chemistry:
Inorganic special
Group A
1. Electrochemical studies:
Group B
3. Inorganic photochemistry:
Nuclear-Analytical Special
Group A
1. Chemistry of exotic atoms and hot atom chemistry:
Group B
3. Chemical and biological effects of radiation:
Organic Special
Group A
1. Organic Photochemistry:
Group B
4. Organic synthetic process:
Physical Special
Group A
1. Statistical mechanics:
Group B
2. Electric and magnetic properties of matter:
Inorganic Special
Group A
1. Supramolecular chemistry II:
Group B
3. Molecular magnetism II:
Nuclear-Analytical Special
Group A
1. Trace and ultra-trace analysis — an instrumental approach:
Group B
3. Some recent analytical techniques:
Organic Special
Group A
1. Orbital symmetry and pericyclic reactions:
Group B
3. Steroids
Physical Special
Group A
1. Principles of quantum mechanics:
Group B
2. Approximate methods in quantum mechanics:

Practical