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Semester


V

Subject Title

Subject Code

Total Hours

Credit

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY -I




90

4




Units

Learning Objectives

01

To know the chemistry of carbonyl compounds and their uses

02

To understand the chemistry of carboxylic acids and their derivatives and their uses

03

To understand the chemistry of organonitrogen compounds including amines and nitro compounds and their uses

04

To know the chemistry of heterocyclic and their industrial uses

05

To know the chemistry of dyes, polymers, pharmaceuticals, etc.


UNIT 1: CHEMISTRY OF CARBONYL COMPOUNDS (20)

Introduction – Nomenclature – Laboratory preparation aliphatic carbonyl compounds – Physical properties – Chemical properties – Uses – Molecular Orbital picture of Carbonyl group – Nucleophilic addition mechanism at carbonyl group – Acidity of alpha-hydrogen – General methods of preparation of aromatic carbonyl compounds – Physical and Chemical properties – Uses – Effect of aryl group on the reactivity of carbonyl group.



UNIT 2: CHEMISTRY OF CARBOXYLIC ACID (20)

Nomenclature – General methods of preparation of carboxylic acids – Physical properties – Chemical properties – Uses – preparation of Dicarboxylic acid – Physical and Chemical properties – Uses – Introduction to Derivatives of Carboxylic acids – Nucleophilic substitution mechanism at acyl carbon – Preparation, Physical and Chemical properties of the compound: Acyl chlorides, Anhydrides, Esters, Amides – Chemistry of compounds containing active methylene group – Introduction to oils and fats – Fatty acids – Manufacture of soap – Mechanism of cleansing action of soap.



UNIT 3: CHEMISTRY OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS (20)

Nitrogen Compounds – Nomenclature – Nitro alkanes – Alkyl nitrites – Differences – Aromatic Nitro compounds – Preparation and reduction of Nitro benzene under different conditions. Amino compounds – Effect of substitutions on basicity, reaction of amino compounds (primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary amine compounds). Mechanism of carbylamine reaction, diazotization, and comparison of aliphatic and aromatic amines – Diazonium compounds – Preparation and synthetic importance of diazomethane, benzene diazonium chloride and diazo acetic ester.



UNIT 4: CHEMISTRY OF HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS (15)

Heterocyclic compounds – Nomenclature – Preparation and properties of Furan, Pyrrole, Thiophen comparison of the basicities of pyrrole, pyridine and piperidine with amines – Synthesis and reactions of quinoline, Isoquinoline and indole with special reference to Skraup, Fisher Napieraloki and Fischer indole synthesis – Structural elucidation of quinoline and isoquinoline.



UNIT 5: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (15)

Dyes – Theory of color and constitution – Chromophore, auxochrome, Classification according to application and structure – Preparation and uses of nitro dyes – Naphthol yellow, nitroso – Fast Green O, azo dyes – Methyl orange, triphenyl methane dyes – malachite green, indigo dyes – Indigotin, anthraquinone dyes – alizarin, phthalein dyes – fluorescein – sulphonic acid and derivatives – Preparation and properties of benzene sulphonic acid – Saccharin, chloramines – T, Sulphonamides.



Books for Reference

01. Finar I.L.,

Organic Chemistry, Vol. 1&2, (6th edition) England, Addison Wesley Longman Ltd. (1996)

02. Morrison R.T., Boyd R.N.,

Organic Chemistry, (6th edition) New York, Allyn & Bacon Ltd., (2006)

03. Bahl B.S., Arun Bahl,

Advanced Organic Chemistry (12th edition) New Delhi, Sultan Chand and Co., (1997)

04. Prine S.H.,

Organic Chemistry, (4th edition) New Delhi, McGraw-Hill International Book Company, (1986)

05. Seyhan N. Ege,

Organic Chemistry, New York, Houghton Mifflin Co., (2004)


PAPER - XI

Semester


V

Subject Title

Subject Code

Total Hours

Credit

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY - I




90

4




Units

Learning Objectives

01

To know the various thermodynamic terms – systems, surroundings, reversible and irreversible terms

To understand the first law of thermodynamics



02

To understand the second law of thermodynamics, concepts of entropy, master equations and its applications

03

To understand the energy changes involved in chemical equilibriums

To know the third law of thermodynamics



04

To know the thermodynamics of solutions

05

To know the thermodynamics of phase changes

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