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Chemistry in engineering and technology j c kuriacose pdf j c kuriacose pdf Chemistry in engineering and technology j c Ceramic powder characterization Powder Characterization – Physical characterization – Types of particles, particle size measurement — sieving — sedimentation – light scattering – electrical sensing zone technique the coulter counter – x-ray broadening – surface area — porosity gas absorption, mercury porosimeter, pycnometry – chemical composition; bulk composition – surface characterization- Scanning Electron Microscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy Unit IV.
Chemical kinetics Chemical kinetics — over view of first, second and third order reactions — rate law — complex reactions — mechanism — steady state approximation — effect of temperature — Arrhenius treatment — theories of reaction rate — collision — absolute reaction rate — competing and parallel reactions — chain reactions — transition state theory – opposing reactions — consecutive reaction — deduction of rate laws — kinetics of fast reactions — Hammetts relationship — ionic reactions in solution — effect of ionic strength.
Batteries and Battery Technology: Daniel Lednicer and Lester A. Phase rule Phase rule and phase equilibria — one and two components — overview — Iron, carbon equilibrium diagram — Interpretation — allotropy — heat treatment — three component system — graphical representation of systems with two salts and water. Representation of Three Dimensional objects — General principles of orthographic projection — Need for importance of multiple views and their placement — First angle projection — layout views — Developing visualization skills through free hand sketching of multiple views from pictorial views of objects.
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Frequency response of Ttechnology and Parallel resonance circuits. Advantages and disadvantages of adhesive bonding, adhesive action, physical and chemical factors influencing adhesive action — classification of adhesives. To develop a sense of responsibility about the role of students in fostering the idea of learning to live in harmony with nature Unit I – Natural resources, ecosystems and biodiversity Environment – Definition, scope and importance — Forest resources: Catherine Housecroft and Alan G.
Food adulteration — consumption of alcohol and its ill effects — PAH from oil — balanced diet — iodized salt — fluoride tooth paste — saturated and unsaturated fat – cholesterol LDL and HDL — ill health and fast food — organic food — crackers — ill effects of crackers — molecules of emotion Adrenaline, Acetylcholine, Dopamine, Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, Enineering, Melatonin, Oxytocin.
Heat setting of polyester. Numerical methods in geotechnical engineering: Techhnology — monocyclic sequiterpenoids — Zingiberene — Bicyclic sequiterpenoids — Endesmol. Photo Chemistry Physical properties of electronically excited molecules — Dipole moment, pKa and redox potentials – Fluorescence, phosphorescence and delayed emission – Stern Volmer equationDerivation, limitations and applications – Photosensitisation and chemiluminescence Experimental techniques-Chemical actionometry — Conventional photolysis and flash photolysis – Some photochemical reactions like H2 — halogen, decomposition of carbonyl compounds – Elementary ideas of photosynthesis j.c.kuriakosd solar energy conversion.
Verification of Superposition Theorem. Engineering Chemistry by Dr. V-block, Base of a mixie, Simple stool, Objects with hole and curves. Advanced Non-Conventional Energy Sources – II Wind Energy— basic principles of wind energy conversion; advantages and limitations of wind power generation Geothermal Energy — Origin and nature of geothermal energy; classification of geothermal resources; advantages and limitations of engineerinb power generation Hydrogen Energy – Production of hydrogen from nonrenewable and renewable primary energy forms – Use of hydrogen as an energy carrier.
Structure and Bonding Ionic bond — Formation — Characteristics of ionic compounds: Preparative methods Polycrystalline materials by solid state, preparation, precursor, ion exchange, sol-gel, intercalation methods — high pressure synthesis, preparation of single crystals — different methods — basics of nano tecjnology — preparation of nano materials – preparation of thin films, amorphous and nano crystallinw materials.
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Chemistry in Engineering andTechnology Vol-2 by J. Tata McGraw-Hill, – Chemical engineering – pages. Chemistry of engineering materials by C. Department of Chemistry 2. Anthocyanidins and Pigments Introduction — structure of anthocyanidins — general methods of synthesizing anthocyanidins — Flavons — Isoflavones — Biosynthesis of flavones — Tannins.
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Molecular rearrangements Mechanism of the following rearrangement reactions — Pinacol-Pinacolone rearrangement — Wagner-Meerwein rearrangement— Hofmann rearrangement— Beckmann rearrangement — Curtius rearrangement — Wolff rearrangement — Baeyer-Villiger reaction — Dakin reaction — Stevens rearrangement — Sommelet rearrangement — Wittig rearrangement — Benzidine rearrangement — Hauser rearrangement — Favorski rearrangement — Benzil-Benzilic acid rearrangement — Cope rearrangement — Dienone rearrangement Unit — II: To study the advanced non-conventional energy sources and bio energy Unit — I – Chemical energy sources Introduction to energy; Fuels — Definition, Classification: Chemistry of Proteins Composition of proteins — nature — classification — isolation – chemical properties, Analytical tests – estimation of free amino groups and carboxyl groups, Uses of proteins.
Drug action and drugs Drug action — Ideal requirement of a drug — sources of drug plant and animal origin — synthetic and semisynthetic drug — terminology and description of terms — Pharmacology, pharmacy, molecular pharmacology, pharmacognesy, pharmao kinetics, pharmaco dynamics — metabolites and anti — metabolites — pharmacophore — bacteria, fungi, virus — structure, sources, disease produced — analgesics — narcotic analgesics — morphine, analogues and modifications — codeine — synthetic narcotic antagonists — pethidines and methodones — narcotic analgesics — nalophine — antipyretic analgesics — pyrazole — salicylic acid — para aminophenol derivatives — asprin and salol — Drug delivery systems – targeted drungs — anticancer drugs Unit IV.
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