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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

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1. Chemistry of f-Block Elements
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Lanthanides
1.2.1 Position in the Periodic Table
1.2.2 Name and Electronic Configuration
1.2.3 Oxidation States
1.2.4 Occurrence
1.2.5 Separation of Lanthanides
1.2.6 Lanthanide Contraction
1.2.7 Applications of Lanthanides
1.3 Actinides
1.3.1 Position of Actinides in the Periodic Table
1.3.2 Name and Electronic Configuration
1.3.3 Oxidation States
1.3.4 Occurrence
1.3.5 General Methods of Preparation of Transuranic Elements
1.4 Nuclear Fuels
1.5 IUPAC Nomenclature for Super heavy Elements
2. bioinorganic Chemistry
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Role of Metals in Bioinorganic Chemistry
2.3 compounds of Ca, Mg, Fe and Co
2.4 Bioinorganic Chemistry of Iron
2.4.1 Haemoglobin and Myoglobin
2.4.2 Fe (II) Complex of Porphyrin
2.4.3 Oxygen Transfer
2.4.4 Partial Pressure
2.4.5 pH Dependence
2.5 Nature of Oxyhaemoglobin and Deoxyhaemoglobin
2.6 Vitamin B12 Structure and Applications
3. Organometallic Chemistry
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Carbonyl Compounds
3.3 Co - The Most Important p-ligand
3.4 Binary Carbonyl Complexes
3.5 Synthesis of Carbonyls
3.6 18 Electron Rule
3.7 Solid State Structures of Some Neutral Binary Metal Carbonyls
3.8 Homogeneous Catalysis by Soluble Transition Metal Complexes
3.9 Feedstock for Chemical Industry
3.10 Hydroformylation (Oxo Reaction)
3.11 Wacker Process
3.12 Monsanto Acetic Acid Synthesis
4. Metals, Semiconductors & Superconductors
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Nature of Bonding in Metals
4.3 Theories of Bonding in Metals
4.3.1 Free Electron Theory
4.3.2 Molecular Orbital Theory i.e. Band Theory
4.4 Band theory for Sodium Metal
4.4.1 n(E) Curves
4.4.2 N(E) Curves
4.5 Electrical Conductivity of Metals
4.5.1 Insulators
4.5.2 Effect of Temperature and Impurity on Conductivity
4.6 Semiconductors
4.6.1 Intrinsic Semiconductors
4.6.2 Extrinsic Semiconductors
4.6.3 Applications of Semiconductors
4.7 Superconductivity
4.8 Discovery
4.9 Properties
4.10 Structure and Superconductivity
4.11 Applications
5. Ionic Solids
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Types of Solids
5.3 Ionic Solids
5.4 Crystal Lattice
5.5 Unit Cell and Types of Unit Cell
5.6 Crystal Structure
5.7 Voids in Crystal Structure
5.8 Ionic Radii
5.9 Pauling’s Univalent Radii
5.10 Pauling’s Crystal Radii
5.11 Radius Radio Effect
5.12 Lattice Energy
5.12.1 Theoretical Calculation of Lattice Energy (Born-Lande Equation)
5.12.2 Experimental Calculation of Lattice Energy (Born Haber Cycle)
5.12.3 Applications of Born Haber Cycle
5.13 Schottky and Frankel Defects
5.13.1 Schottky Defect
5.13.2 Frankel Defect
6. Thermodynamic Properties of Co-ordination Complexes
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Basic Concepts
6.3 Crystal Field Stabilization Energies
6.3.1 High Spin Octahedral Systems
6.3.2 Tetrahedral Systems and Site Preferences
6.3.3 Low-Spin Octahedral Systems
6.4 Oxidation States of Transition Metal Complexes in Aqueous Media
6.5 Ionization Potentials of Transition Complexes
6.6 Qualitative Survey of the Substitution of co-ordination Complexes

Academic Details

  • Phase Graduation

  • Stream Science

  • Branch General Science

  • Standard/Year Thirdyear

  • Semester Ii

  • Medium English

  • Board/University Pune

  • Subject Industrial Chemistry

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

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