Course Outcomes-B.Sc Chemistry
Course Outcomes – BSc Chemistry
SEMESTER I
CH1CRTO1      General and Analytical Chemistry
1.     To study about the different areas of science
2.     To learn about the periodicity in properties of elements
3.     To develop skills in different laboratory titrations and the theory behind titrimetric analysis
4.     To understand various chromatographic techniques employed
5.     To develop basic knowledge regarding the evaluation of analytical data
CH1VOTO1 Industrial aspects of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry
1.     To learn about various bio and synthetic fuels
2.     To study about industrially important organic chemicals
3.     To understand basic metallurgical operations
4.     To study the importance of certain inorganic materials
5.     To have an idea of electrical insulating materials
6.     An elementary idea regarding nanochemistry
 
SEMESTER II
CH2BO1 Theoretical and Inorganic Chemistry
1.     To study the various atom models
2.     To understand the important features of quantum mechanical model of atom
3.     To study the periodic properties of elements
4.     To explain the formation of different types of bonds
5.     To predict the geometry of simple molecules
6.     To explain the different types of hybridisation and draw shapes of simple covalent molecules
7.     To understand the molecular orbital theory of diatomic molecules
8.     To develop interest in various branches of inorganic chemistry.
9.     To study nuclear models and nuclear reactions.
IC2 BO1 Industrial aspects of Physical Chemistry
1.     To understand surface phenomena of liquid
2.     To study different methods of separation
SEMESTER III
CH3 B01 – Fundamentals of Organic chemistry
1.          To have a basic understanding about the classification and nomenclature of organic compounds, fundamentals of organic reaction mechanism, aromaticity and stereochemistry
2.          To make students capable of understanding and studying organic reactions
3.          To have exposure to various emerging new areas of organic chemistry
4.          To develop skills required for the qualitative analysis of organic compounds
IC3BO1     Unit Operations in Chemical Industry
To study unit operations and processes such as;
1.     Distillation
2.     Absorption
3.     Evaporation
4.     Filtration
5.     Crystallisation
6.     Solvent extraction
IC3BO2       Unit processes in Organic Chemicals Manufacture
To study unit processes such as
1.     Nitration
2.     Halogenation
3.     Sulphonation
4.     Oxidation
5.     Hydrogenation
6.     Alkylation
7.     Esterification
8.     Amination
9.     Hydrolysis
SEMESTER IV
Basic Organic Chemistry-I
To enable the students;  
1.     To study  the chemistry of some selected functional groups
2.     To develop proper aptitude towards the study of organic compounds and their reactions
3.     To learn the chemistry of alcohols, phenols, carboxylic acids, derivatives of Carboxylic acids, Sulphonic acids, carbonyl compounds, poly nuclear hydrocarbons, active methylene compounds and Grignard reagents.
4.     To understand and study Organic reaction mechanisms.
SEMESTER V
CH5B01 –Chemistry of d and f block elements
1.     To understand the general characteristics of the d and f block elements
2.     To study the physical and chemical properties of d and f block elements
3.     To study the Werner’s theory of coordination compounds
4.     To study isomerism in metal complexes
5.     To study the bonding in coordination compounds
6.     To understand the applications of coordination compounds
7.     To understand the classification, properties and applications of organometallic compounds
8.     To study the methods of preparation, properties, structure and bonding of metal carbonyls and metal clusters
9.     To understand the role of metals in biological systems.
 
CH5BO2   Basic Organic Chemistry-II
1.     To learn the chemistry of nitro compounds, amines, dyes, organicpolymers, soaps, detergents and organic reagents
2.     To understand and study mechanism of reaction of nitrocompounds and amines
3.     To have an elementary idea of chemotherapy, organic spectroscopy and photochemistry
4.     To identify organic compounds using UV,IR and PMR spectroscopic techniques
5.     To develop basic skills required for crystallisation, distillation, solvent extraction, TLC and column chromatography
CH5BO3     States of Matter
1.     To study the intermolecular forces in gases and liquids
2.     To understand the dynamics of the molecules in the gases and liquids
3.     To study the liquefaction of gases
4.     To learn the structures of solids
5.     To study defects in crystals
6.     To study adsorption
CH5B04-Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy
1.     To differentiate between classical and quantum mechanics
2.     To study the postulates of quantum mechanics and the quantum mechanical model of the hydrogen atom
3.     To study valence bond and molecular orbital theory
4.     To study the principle and applications of microwave, infra red, Raman, electronic and magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
5.     To study the fundamentals of mass spectrometry
6.     To study the fundamentals of photochemistry
 
CH5D01.5 Chemistry in Everyday life
1.     Chemistry is an integral part of everyday life. Whether it is the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the drugs we consume or the cosmetics we apply- there is chemistry in it. A general information of the chemistry behind these will create an awareness as to what is good and what is bad and to be discarded. For example, we come across a myriad of cosmetic products, which claim to increase our quality of life and well being. But in reality are they as advantageous as they claim to be? An insight into the processes involved in their production will give us ample information regarding these. Similarly we can also gather information as to what is the difference between the various types of soaps, their mode of action, why the disparity in their prices and why soaps are preferred over detergents. Likewise, a student can also become enlightened about the pros and cons of using processed food stuff, which is in vogue today. The above mentioned points are some of the benefits a student who opts to study this subject offered as a common course will receive.
SEMESTER VI
CH6BO1     Applied Inorganic Chemistry
      To understand;
1.     the principle of qualitative inorganic analysis
2.     thermodynamic concepts in the extraction of metals
3.     the applications of radioactivity and radioisotopes
4.     the preparation and uses of inorganic polymers
5.     the chemistry of refractory and ceramic materials
6.     the chemistry of the compounds of p-block elements
7.     thermal and chromatographic techniques
                             CH6B02     Chemistry of Natural products and Biomolecules
1.     To learn in detail the chemistry of carbohydrates, heterocyclic compounds, amino  acids, proteins and nucleic acids
2.     To have a thorough idea on the structures of carbohydrates and some heterocyclic compounds.
3.     To understand the structure and functions of enzymes, proteins and nucleic acids.
4.     To study the fundamentals of terpenoids, alkaloids, vitamins, lipids and steroids
5.     To have an elementary idea of supramolecular chemistry and Green Fluorescent Proteins
                                     CH6B03      Equilibrium and Kinetics
 
1.     To study the laws of thermodynamics
2.     To derive Gibbs-Helmholtz, Clausius-Clapeyron, Gibbs-Duhem equations
3.     To derive the relation between Kp, Kc and Kx
4.     To derive the phase rule
5.     To derive the rate equations for zero, first and second order reactions
6.     To study the phase diagrams of one and two component systems
7.     To understand the theories of chemical kinetics
8.     To get an elementary idea of catalysis including enzyme catalsis.
 
1.     To study the behaviour of binary liquid mixtures, CST, azeotropes, colligative properties
2.     To study solubility of gases in liquids,
3.     To study ionic equilibria and electrical properties of ions in solution.
4.     To study the concepts of acids and bases, pH and buffer solutions 
 
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