Loader
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Rs. 160 Rs. 152 5% OFF

माहिती

शैक्षणिक माहिती

  • शैक्षणिक टप्पा पदवीधर

  • विद्याशाखा विज्ञान

  • शाखा General Science

  • इयत्ता तिसरे वर्ष

  • सत्र Ii

  • माध्यम इंग्रजी

  • मंडळ/विद्यापीठ पुणे

  • विषय Physical Chemistry

अभिप्राय

  • या वस्तूबद्दल शेरा/अभिप्राय उपलब्ध नाही. अभिप्राय लिहिणारे सर्वप्रथम व्हा.

प्रस्तावना

1. Electrolytic Conductance
1.1 Introduction
1.1.1 Metallic or Electronic Conductor
1.1.2 Electrolytic or Ionic Conductor
1.1.3 Mixed Conductor
1.1.4 Electrolysis
1.2 Mechanism of Electrolytic Conduction
1.3 Specific conductance (K) (Kappa)
1.4 Equivalent Conductance (l)
1.4.1 Determination of Conductance
1.4.2 Calculation of the Resistance of Solution
1.4.3 Determination of Equivalent Conductivity of Electrolyte
1.4.4 Conductivity Water
1.5 Variation of Equivalent conductance with concentration
1.6 Kohlrausch’s Law of Independent Migrate of Ions
1.6.1 Ionic Mobility or Absolute Velocities of Ions
1.6.2 Applications of Kohlrausch’s Law
1.7 Migration of Ions
1.8 Transference or Transport number
1.8.1 Hittrof’s Rule
1.8.2 Transport Number
1.8.3 Relation between Ionic Mobility, Ionic Conductance and Transport Number
1.8.4 Interionic Theory of Conductance
1.8.5 Debye-Huckel-Onsagar Equation
1.9 Activity and Activity Coefficients of Strong Electrolytes
1.10 Fugacity (f)
2. Electrochemical Cells
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Reversible and Irreversible cells
2.2.1 Reversible Cells
2.2.2 Irreversible Cells
2.3 Electromotive force (E.M.F.)
2.3.1 Origin of E.M.F. (Nernst 1889)
2.3.2 Measurement of E.M.F. (Electromotive Force)
2.4 Standard cell
2.4.1 Cell Reaction and E.M.F.
2.4.2 Convention Regarding Sign of E.M.F.
2.5 Single Electrode Potential
2.5.1 Reference Electrodes
2.5.2 Determination of Single Electrode Potential
2.6 Calculation of Cell E.M.F.
2.6.1 Oxidation Potential, Reduction Potential and Electrodes Potential
2.6.2 Determination of ECell
2.6.3 Summary of Rules 21
2.7 Thermodynamics and E.M.F.
2.8 Classification of Electrodes
2.8.1 Metal - Metal Ion Electrode
2.8.2 Amalgam Electrode
2.8.3 Gas Electrode
2.8.4 Metal Insoluble Salt Electrode
2.8.5 Oxidation Reduction Electrode
2.9 Classification of Electrochemical Cell
2.9.1 Classification
2.9.2 Other Reference Electrodes
2.9.3 Chemical Cells
2.9.4 Concentration Cells
2.10 Applications of EMF Measurement
3. Nuclear Chemistry
3.1 Introduction
3.2 The Atom, its Nucleus and Outer Sphere
3.2.1 Classification of Nuclides
3.2.2 Nuclear Stability
3.2.3 Stability of Nucleus in Terms of Binding Energy
3.2.4 Packing Fraction
3.3 Discovery of Radioactivity
3.3.1 Types of Radioactivity
3.3.2 General Characteristics of the Radioactive Decay
3.3.3 Decay Kinetics
3.3.4 Natural Activity and Group Displacement Law
3.4 Measurement of Radioactivity
3.4.1 Behavior of Ion Pair in Electric Field
3.4.2 Ionisation Chamber
3.4.3 Proportional Counters
3.4.4 Gas Multiplication
3.4.5 Use of Proportional Counter for a and b
3.4.6 Nature of Gas in Chamber
3.4.7 Geiger Muller Counter
3.5 Applications of Radioactivity
3.5.1 Radioactive Tracers
3.5.2 Applications of Tracer Technique
4. Elements of Quantum Chemistry
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Origin of Quantum Theory
4.2.1 Planck’s Quantum Theory of Radiation
4.2.2 Einstein’s Concept of Light Quanta
4.2.3 Compton Effect
4.3 Atomic Spectra
4.4 Wave Particle Duality
4.5 Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
4.6 Wave Function and its Interpretation
4.6.1 Schrodinger Wave Equation
4.6.2 Nature of Wave Function
4.6.3 Well Behaved Function
4.6.4 Physical Significance of Wave Function
4.7 Hamiltonian (Energy) Operator
4.7.1 Schrodinger Wave Equation for Hydrogen Atom in Cartesian and Polar Coordinates
4.7.2 Particle in a One Dimensional Box
4.7.3 Particle in a Two Dimensional Box
4.7.4 Particle in Three Dimensional box
4.8 Harmonic Oscillator
4.8.1 Wave Function and Probability Densities
4.8.2 Degeneracy
4.8.3 Conjugate System
4.8.4 Jahn Teller Effect
4.8.5 Quantum Tunneling
4.8.6 Zero Point Energy