25144 Chemistry (2)

Course Description

This course is continuation of chemistry I, leading to an elaborate study of chemical bonding Electrochemistry and thermo chemistry are introduced in some detail. The chemistry of the groups 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 are explored on the basis of the theoretical background learned in chemistry (1). The first series of the transition elements is dealt with and in comparison to the first series. And the more details of chemistry oxidation and reduction number. Nuclear structure and Ratio –activity are introduced. Selected experiments are assigned.

Learning Objective

  • At the completion of this course, the successful student will be able to:
  • 1. To understand the historical view of periodic table and their parts.
  • 2. Identify the alkali metals, alkaline earth metals.
  • 3. To identify the transition elements, halogens and noble gases on the periodic table.
  • 4. Define the terms: solution, solute, solvent and solubility.
  • 5. Identify and classify strong acids, hydroxide bases and neutral salts given the formula. 6. To understanding the principle of chemical equilibrium. 7. Identify and balance oxidation-reduction equations, and solve redox titration problems. 8. Describe equilibrium in terms of LeChatelier’s principle. 9. Write equilibrium constant expressions.



Books for this Course

  • 1. General Chemistry, Lunus Pauling
  • 2. Fundamental of Chemistry, J.D.Lee
  • 3. New Course Chemistry, S.N.Dhawan

Times Offered

  • September
  • January

Course Prerequisite