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TYBSc Semester VI

CH-602 | Physical Chemistry – III

T.Y.B.Sc. | Sem VI | Chemistry

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T.Y.B.Sc. | Sem VI | CH-602
Physical Chemistry – III

It gives us an immense pleasure to handover this book in the hands of T.Y.B.Sc Chemistry students studying under Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. This book is purely based on the curriculum of T.Y.B.Sc Chemistry Semester-II for the subject CH-602 Physical Chemistry-III. The main aim while writing this book was to prepare the topics from the syllabi in simple and facile language in order to enhance the interest of the students towards the Physical Chemistry and at the same time to get the basic knowledge of various instrumental techniques used in the industrial sectors. We feel that both needs of students have been achieved in this textbook.
The chapters in this book cover all the syllabi points in very simplified way. To make the learning easy we have added figures, reactions, tables, graphs and all necessary things which will boost students understanding level of the subject. While writing this book care is also taken students should achieve the learning objective of each and every topic as per the curriculum. In every topic application of the given technique is also added which help the student to get idea about relevance of that specific technique in industrial sector and indirectly in our day to day life.

1. Colligative Properties of Dilute Solutions 
1.1. Lowering of vapour pressure of solvent
1.2. Relative lowering and molecular weight of a solute (non volatile)
1.3. Boiling Point Elevation of Solution
1.4. Molal elevation constant and molecular weight
1.5. Experimental determination of elevation of boiling point ∆Tb
1.6. Freezing Point Lowering of Solutions
1.7. Molal depression constant and molecular weight of a solute
1.8. Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure
1.9. Relation Between Osmotic Pressure and Molecular weight of solute
1.10. Berkeley and Hartley’s Method
1.11. Abnormal Molecular Weight
1.12. Relation between Vant Hoff’s factor ‘i’ and degree of dissociation ‘α’

2. Kinetics of Reactions in the Solid State 
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Some General Consideration
2.3. Factors affecting the Reactions in solid
2.4. Rate laws for reactions in solid
2.5. Prout–Tompkins Equation
2.6. Rate law based on Nucleation
2.7. Applying rate laws for solid reactions
2.8. Kinetic study for solid Deaquation–Anation reaction of [Co(NH3)5H2O]Cl3
2.9. Two reacting solids

3. Electronic Structure and Macroscopic Properties 
3.0. Introduction
3.1. Cohesive Energy In Ionic Crystals
3.2. The Electronic Structure of Solids
3.3. Conductors and Insulators
3.4. Ionic Crystals
3.5. Semiconductors
3.6. Cohesive Energy In Metals

4. Polymers 
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Brief History
4.3. Monomers and Polymers
4.4. Preparation of Polymer
4.5. Classification of polymers
4.6. Molecular forces and chemical bonding in polymers
4.7. Molecular weights of polymers
4.8. Degree of Polymerisation and molecular weight
4.9. Practical significance of polymer molecular weights
4.10. Molecular weight determination


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