School of Basic Science & Humanities

School of Basic Science & Humanities is one of the most prestigious departments of Lingaya's University, which constantly encourages students to explore their own intrinsic qualities and enhance their talent through quality teaching and research. We strive to promote a greater understanding of literature and culture; to add to literary tradition by fostering new works of poetry, fiction and nonfiction; to innovate in writing instruction; and to investigate the history of persuasive writing. School of Basic Science & Humanities  is having eminently competent and efficient faculty members who are qualified from reputed universities of India like University of Delhi, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), IIT's and NIT's

The School is having following programmes:

  • Sc.(Honours) Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
  • A (Honours) Englsih
  • Sc.- Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • A - English
  • PhD in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

The School is having well equipped Chemistry labs, Physics labs, Mathematics labs and Language lab for B.Sc. (Hons.), B.A (Hons), M.A and M. Sc. students. The School of Basic Science is having "Advanced Research Lab" for research purpose for not only faculty members but also students. Lingaya's University is the only university where students are doing research projects from B.Sc.(Hons) first year itself under the expert guidance of faculty members and presenting their work in various conferences / workshops. Our School is having English hobby club and Science hobby club for the students. English hobby club regularly conduct Spell-O-Marathon, Battle of words, and Crossword puzzle competition for the students. Under Science club, Science Carnival, Science Conclave and Science colloquium are regularly organized which develop the true aptitude of students in scientific innovations through exhibitions of working & still models, paper presentations, scientific games etc.

Our students have presented their research papers in different conferences at IIT Roorkee, IIT Delhi, University of Delhi and other reputed universities. They have been praised at different platforms as young researchers. Lingaya's University is the only university where students are given industrial training in different industries like textile industries, paint industries, pharmaceutical industries and other reputed industries in B.Sc.(Hons.) final year along with their regular classes.

           Lingaya's University is following complete "Choice Based Credit System" (CBCS) scheme given by UGC for UG and PG level. Frequent industrial visits for the students to various industries like chemical industries, dairy industries, The Energy and Research Institute (TERI), National Physical Laboratory (NPL), sewage treatment plants etc. are organized by the School of Basic Science & Humanities. Lingaya's university is the only university where students are placed by different placement companies in B.Sc.(Hons) and B.A (Hons) level itself. Placement activities are crowning glory for B.Sc.(Hons) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and B.A (Hons) English students of the university.

HOD's Desk


I am extremely privileged to lead the School of Basic Science & Humanities which is doing great effort in the field of education and research. We continuously upgrade the benchmark through latest teaching methodology, exploration of new research avenues to cope with ever changing education scenario. All the students are groomed in the healthy environment to immediately adapt themselves to high-pressure working environment after passing out from the university. I am overwhelmed by the team of hard working staff and learned faculty members who have made me proud by making the school of Basic Science & Humanities excellent in different fields. Faculty members are enrich of quality teaching experience backed by excellent research in different field. Our objective is to impart education, combined with innovative thinking, application of knowledge, inculcating professional ethics and consciousness to social responsibilities in the integrated form. The aim of our school is to bring a transformation and a positive mindset in developing an inclusive attitude towards learning Literature with Moral values , wisdom with specific skills, socio cultural awareness and uplift the quality of research activity among students. The School of Basic Science & Humanities is offering B.Sc.(Hons.) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, B.A (Hons) Engish, M.Sc. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, M.A . English as well as PhD in all four branches. I am confident that with the great efforts of different teams of Lingaya's University, the university will scale to greater heights of excellence in the years to come.

Dr Shagufta Jabin

Vision

To be a School committed to promote Science and humanities exploration and Education for attracting young talented students to contribute effectively in augmenting the national pool of human resource who are responsible citizens and have respect for life and sensitivity towards environment.

Mission

  • To strive to maximize human welfare through Science and humanities education and develop scientists who have right attitude and aptitude to explore life and contribute to the Society;
  • To develop and maintain state - of - the - art infrastructure and research facilities to enable create, apply and disseminate knowledge;
  • To create inter-disciplinary research environment;
  • To develop human potential to its fullest extent so that intellectually capable and imaginatively gifted leaders can emerge who have deep respect for human life and values; and
  • To prepare students who are capable to take up their future educational and career challenges.

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School of Basic Science & Humanities
Details of Seminars/Conferences/workshops

 

S. No

Title

Name of Expert & Affiliation

Date

No of Participants

1

Technical Session on CHEM-CAD for B.Sc(Hons) Chemistry students

Mr. Sudhakar, CETPA Project Head.

12th April,2017

60

2

Workshop on “Recent Advances in Science and Technology” (WRAST-2017) in Collaboration with CMS-Vatavaran

Mr Jai Uppal,

General Secretary, Samyak Vikas Sanstha, an NGO, and Sr. Advisor to Center for Alternate

Energy Research and Winrock International India

   24th October,2017

95

3

Seminar on “Need of Instrumentation to meet emerging challenges in Science & Technology: Youth Awareness”

Dr. Rajesh Kumar

Senior Scientist IUAC, New Delhi

10th

May,2016

100

4

International Conference on “ Making connections , social welfare in the context of English language and literature.” – Global Perspective

 

Mr Robert F. Harle. Writer, Editor, and Critical Reviewer, Australia.

 

Feb,2016

130

5

National Workshop on "Advances in Chemical Science and Engineering for Green Environment“in collaboration with "Green Chemistry Network centre" University of Delhi.

 

Prof (Dr) R.K.Sharma, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi.

 

April,2016

 

120

6

 

 

Prof. G.V.K .Sinha Memorial Science Colloquium-2015

 

Mr Jai Uppal,

General Secretary, Sr. Advisor to Center for Alternate

Energy Research and Winrock International India

 

March, 2015

 

250

7

Guest Lecture on “Mathematics of Cryptography”

 

Prof. R.K.Sharma, Professor & Former Head, Dept. of Mathematics, IIT Delhi

 

April,2015

 

110

8

Workshop on “Role of Technology for a Sustainable World - Biofuels an Example”.

 

Mr. Jai Uppal, Sr. Advisor to Center for Alternate Energy Research and Winrock International India,

 

March,2015

 

90

9

Guest Lecture on “New Developments in organics Electronic”

 

Prof. P.K. Bhatanagar, BSR-Fellow, UGC, Professor , DU South Campus, Delhi

 

September,2015

183

10

Guest Lecture on “Role of Semiconductor Defects in Quantum Computing and Biomedical Application"

 

Dr. K. Senthilkumar, Centre of Material Science and Engineering, NIT Hamirpur

 

June,2015

 

50

11

Workshop on “Nanomaterials for Energy”

 

Prof (Dr) B R Mehta Professor Department of Physics Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

 

June,2015

87

12

International Conference on “English Language &

Literature – A Tool for Humanising” (Funded by ICSSR)

 

 

Feb,2015

167

13

International Conference on “ Impact of Social on English language & literature” -An Overview of Past 100

Years” organized by the Dept. of English. (Funded by the ICSSR,

New Delhi.)

 

Prof Vaishna Narang , Centre for Linguistics, School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi.

 

Feb,2014

224

14

Guest Lecture on “Application of

Nanotechnology”

 

Prof. Ashok Kumar sharma (Head,

Department of material science &

nanotechnology, Deen Bandhu Chotu Ram

university of science &Technology, Murthal

Jan,2014

120

15

Guest Lecture on “How to prepare to

work?”

 

Mr. Ronald Michael, Cambridge

English, Delhi

 

Feb,2014

40

16

Workshop on "Water Festival" in collaboration with CMS Vatavaran Environmental & wildlife Film Festival, New Delhi. (An Environmental Awareness Programme)

 

MS Preeti , CMS Vatavaran.

 

September,2014

110

17

Innovation Conclave/ workshop on Innovations and its application in Science, Technology & management

 

Dr.Sarvesh  Swarup  I.S.S. Formerly Deputy Director General ,Ministry of Commerce & industry, Govt. of India

 

Feb,2014

120

18

Group Discussion &

Aptitude test

 

Mr. Vinayak, IMS, Faridabad

Feb,2013

 

90

19

Summer Camp for village children for Communication Skill

Dr Omana Antony & Mr Nikhil Kumar

June,2013 & 2014

50

Industrial Visits
School of Basic Science & Humanities

S. No

Name of Industry

Faculty Coordinators

Month & Year

No of Participants

1

CSIR-National  Physical Laboratory (NPL-Open Day) , Delhi

Mr. Sachin Kumar Gupta &

Ms. Preeti Mandal

September,2017

25

2

9th CMS-Vatavaran, Asia’s Largest International Film Festival and Forum on Environment and Wildlife, Gandhi Smriti and DarshanSamiti, opposite Rajghat, New Delhi.

Dr. Imran &

Ms Gayatri Sarkar

November 2017

30

3

Barclays  Office, Sector 62, Noida 

Mr. Sachin Kumar Gupta &

Dr. Pankaj Pandey

Feb,2017

40

4

Yakult Danone India Pvt. Ltd, Sonipat.

Ms. Meenakshi Thakur & Ms. Sonia Dhiman

 March,2017

50

5

Central Drugs Laboratory, Kasauli

Mr. Sachin Kumar Gupta, Ms. Meenakshi Thakur & Ms. Sonia Dhiman

April,2017

50

6

Sewage Treatment Plant, Sonia Vihar, New Dehi

 

Dr Neha Bhardwaj

 

Feb,2016

60

7

IIT, Delhi (open House)

 

Mr. Sachin Kumar Gupta

April,2016

30

8

The Energy and Research Institute (TERI), Gurgaon.

 

Ms. Meenakshi Thakur

October,2016

 

40

9

National Physical Laboratory (NPL), New Delhi

 

Mr. Sachin Kumar Gupta

September,2015

 

40

10

Royal Chemical Society (Workshop)

DU, New Delhi

 

Dr Neha Bhardwaj

 

August, 2015

 

25

11

Mother Dairy Plant, Patpar Ganj

 

Dr. Shagufta Jabin

February, 2014

 

50

12

National Physical Laboratory

 

Dr. Taukeer Ahmad

 

September, 2013 & September-2014

 

40

13

Escorts Construction Industry

 

Dr. Shagufta Jabin

August, 2013

 

30

14

Visit to Alipur Village for Environmental awareness

 

Dr. Shuchi Verma

 

February, 2013

 

60

15

Vita Industry, Fbd

 

Dr. Shagufta Jabin

October, 2013

 

40

 

SCHOOL OF BASIC SCIENCE & HUMANITIES
LIST OF LABORATRIES

 

Lab Name

Equipments

Lab Location

Chemistry Lab-I

Reflux condenser (16), Colorimeter(2), Distillation Plant (2), Spectrophotometer(1), Flame Photometer (1), Electrical Balance(2), Digital Balance (2), D.O Meter (1), Magnetic stirrer (2), Hot Plate (5), Melting Point Apparatus (2), Piknometers (21), Oven (2), Redwood viscometer (1), Turbidity meter (1)

K-413 A

Chemistry Lab-II

TDS meter(2), Flash Point Apparatus (1), Cloud Point Apparatus (1), Water Testing Kit (1), Drop Point Apparatus (1), Conductivity meter(2), Jar Apparatus/ Flocculator (2), Muffle furnace (1), Boiling Point Apparatus(1), Oven (1), Refrigerator (1), Redwood viscometer (1), Distillation Plant (1), Potentiometer (1), Semi micro kit for salt analysis(1), Thin Layer Chromatogram(2), Centrifugation Machine (1), Ostwald Viscometer (06).

K-413B

Chemistry Lab-III

Distillation unit (01),Water Bath(02), Muffle furnace (1), Boiling Point Apparatus(1), Oven (1), Refrigerator, Redwood viscometer-II, Potentiometer (1), Semi micro kit for salt, Boiling Point apparatus (01), Melting Point apparatus (01), Magnetic stirrer (01), Conductivity meter (01).

 

402

Physics Lab-I

B.H. Curve Apparatus (2), B. Galvanometer Lamp & Scale (1), Bi Quartz Polarimeter(3), Calendar Barns Apparatus (3), Calendar Griffith Bridge(2), Carey Foster Bridge(2), De-Sauty Bridge(2), Diffraction Grating 15000 Line Per Inch(8), Electric Vibrator(1), e/m by Helical Method(2), Field along axis &Stewart Gee's Apparatus(2), Function Generator 1 Hz to 100 Hz(2), Hall effect Set up(2), Four Probe (In/As) [Complete set] (2), Ionization Potential Kit(1), Lee's Disc Apparatus(1), Post Office Box(2) , Tetrode Valve Apparatus(1), Thyatron Valve (2021)(2),

403A

Physics Lab-II

Light Filter (YBGR) for Planck's Constant Apparatus(2), Microscope for Newton's Ring Apparatus(3), Photo Valtic Cell ( Complete Kit)(1), Planck's Constant Apparatus(2), Sodium Vapour Lamp(9), Spectrometer(7), Spherometer ( For Newton's Ring)(2), Spectrometer Prism (Dense Type)(2), Telescope for Resolving Power(3), Ultrasonic Diffraction Apparatus(2), Fresnel Biprism 50x 40 mm(2), Solar Cell(1), He-Ne Laser(1), Optical Banch(2), Travelling Microscope(2), Photo cell(1), Mercury Vapor Lamp(4), Prism(4), Michelson Interferometer(1), Numerical apperture of optical fiber (1), Hydrogen Spectrum setup (1)

403B

Physics Lab-III

Flashing and Quenching of Neon Bulb Apparatus(3), Stop watch Digital(7), Keter's Pendulum (1), C.R.O(1), Millimeter (Digital) (7), Transistor Characteristic Kit (PNP/NPN)(2), Pendulum(5), Rectifier Kit(1), Stokes's Law Experimental Setup(1), Newton's Law of cooling(2), Varnier Caliper's (4), Screw gauge(4), Soldering Iron & Past Box(2), Tuning Fork(2), Sonometer (2), Fly wheel(3), Maxwell Needle(3), Torsional Pendulum(2), Inclined plane setup(1), Parallelogram experimental setup(1), Inertia Table(2), Measurement of Temperature using RTD(2), Measurement of Temperature using Thermocouple(1), Ballastic Galvanometer setup(1), Resonance Tube apparatus(1), Bar pendulum(1), To determine the value of Boltzman's constant using forward characteristic of diode(1), Absorption spectrum using Iodine vapour (1), Stefan's constant complete with power supply(1),

404

Communication Lab

30 computers with updated software of language is available in Communication Lab

3105

Applied Numerical     

            lab

30 computers with updated software is available in ANM lab

3204

Research and Development

The School of Basic Science is having "Advanced Research Lab" for research purpose not only for faculty members but also students. Faculty members of School of Basic Science and Humanities are involved in research projects in specialized field of Fibre optics, Optoelectronics and Optical Communication, Plasma Physics, Solid State Physics, Material Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Nanoscience, Waste water treatment, etc. Lingaya's University is the only university where students are doing research projects from B.Sc.(Hons) first year itself under the expert guidance of faculty members and presenting their work in various conferences / workshops. The Department has published large number of research papers in reputed national/international referred Journals. Most of the papers are published in Scopus and SCI journals which is a crowning glory for School of Basic Science & Humanities. Faculty Members of the Department are part of national/international professional bodies, Editorial Team/ Review Team of National/ International Journals. School of Basic Science & Humanities encourage the frontiers of research through Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and Science Exhibition programs. School of Basic Science & Humanities play an influential role and promotes research and developments in a wide range of ways.

 

Year

Type of publication

Publication Details

Average Citation Index

 

 

2017

International Journal

Title: Vortex patterns in moderately rotating Bose-condensed gas. Author: Mohd. Imran and M. A. H. Ahsan

Journa l: Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 2017. ISSN No:0953-4075

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2017

International Journal

Title: “UDM enhanced physical and mechanical properties through the formation of nanocavities in an epoxy matrix”. (Elsevier)

Authors:Kaushal Kumar, Arun Kumar and P.K. Ghosh

Journal:Ultrasonic Sonochemistry (2018), Vol.40, Pages 784-790.

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T2016

International Journal

Title: Formation/Cleavage: Synthesis of Benzimidazo[1,2-a]quinazoline Derivatives. Authors:Prashant Kumar, Anil K. Singh, Vijay Bahadur, Christophe Len, Nigel G. J. Richards, Virinder S. Parmar. Journal: ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng, 4, 2206−2210. 2016. ISSN No: 2168-0485

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2016

International Journal

Title: Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Arylpiperazine Based Novel Phthalimides: Active Inducers of Testicular Germ Cell Apoptosis. Authors: Anil Kumar Singh, Jitender R. Bhardawaj and Ram Krishnan Journal:Journal of Chemical Sciences,  128(8), 1245-1263,2016. ISSN NO: 0973-7103

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2016

International Journal

Title: Thermal properties of Monovalent heavier metal halides (CsCl structure solids) using Van der Waals Three body force shell model. Authors: K.K. Mishra, S.K.Shukla, K.S. Upadhay. Journal:  Advanced Science Letters, 2016. ISSN No: 1936-6612

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International Journal

'An articulation of extreme grief and agony in Imtiaz Dharker's Purdah and Other Poems'

Author: Vidushi Sharma

European Academic Research Journal ,Vol. IV, Issue 7/ October 2016 Impact Factor: 3.4546.

 

 

2016

International Conference

Title: Algebraic coding theory in the quest for efficient digital india.

Author: Shefali kapoor

Name of the Conference:6th International conference on “Science and technology and management” india international centre, new delhi, December 2016

 

 

 

2016

 

International Conference

Title: “Turbidity removal from sugar industry wastewater through coagulation-flocculation”.

Author: Chandan Sahu, Prem and Shagufta Jabin.

Conference: International Conference, Department of Chemistry, IIT Roorkee, 4th  March to 6th  March, 2016.

 

 

 

 

2016

 

International Journal

Title: Guanidine-graphene catalyzed synthesis of flavones via aldol-michael-oxidation. ‎

Authors: Sweta Mishra, Smriti Arora, Ritika Nagpal, S.M.S. Chauhan.

Journal: Journal of  Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 16, 1-6, 2016. ISSN No:1533-4880

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2016

 

International Journal

Title: Ground and low-lying collective states of rotating three-boson system, Author: Mohd. Imran and M. A. H. Ahsan Journal: Communications in Theoretical Physics, 65, 473-482 ,2016. ISSN No: 0253-6102

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2016

 

International Journal

 

Title: Sulfonated graphene – an efficient Cationic Dye adsorbent in Aqueous Solution. Authors: Smriti Arora, Ritika Nagpal, Sweta  Mishra, S.M.S. Chauhan. Journal: Advanced Materials Proceedings, 2016 DOI: 10.5185/amp.2016. ISSN No: 2002-4428

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2016

 

International Journal

 

Title: Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Salix Viminalis and Screening its Antibacterial Activity. Authors: Shikha Sharma, Mohammad Amir Qureshi, Fehmeeda Khatoon. Journal: Communicated. Journal of Bionanoscience. 10, 1-5, American Scientific Publisher, 2016. ISSN: 1557-7929

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2016

 

International Journal

Title: Structural and Optical investigation of Al doped ZnO Nanoparticles Synthesized by Sol-gel process, Authors: A.Vanaja, G.V.Ramaraju and K.Srinivasa Rao,  Journal: Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 2016, 9(12), 2016. ISSN No : 0974-6846

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2016

 

International Journal

Title: Study of Kaehler Manifolds Endowed with Lift of Symmetric Non-Metric Connection, J. Authors: Pankaj Pandey and B. B. Chaturvedi Journal: Acta Mathematica Academie Paedagogiace Nyiregyhaziensis, 32(3), 2016

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2016

 

International Conference

Title: Effective use of synthetic polyelectrolytes and alum in turbidity removal from different surface water”,

Authors: J.K. Kapoor, Shagufta Jabin and  H.S. Bhatia  Name of Conference: International Conference on "Recent Advances in Chemical Science" in Department of Chemistry, AMU, Aligarh, March 29-30, 2016(P No: 25).

 

 

 

2016

 

International Conference

A trace of displacement in the poetry of Imtiaz Dharker'

Author: Vidushi Sharma

presented at the International Conference, MCSWELL -2016 organized by the Department of English Lingaya's University, Faridabad on 26-27 February, 2016.

 

 

 

 

2016

 

International Conference

Imtiaz Dharker's Purdah and other poems as an insight into Muslim women's predicament.' presented at an International Conference on Towards Praxis:

Author: Vidushi Sharma

Conference on Literature, Society and Politics organized by University School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in collaboration with MELUS-INDIA and MELOW from February 19-21, 2016

 

 

 

2016

 

International Conference

Title: Development of Language skills Through Literature Author : Dr. Swati Chauhan 

Name of the conference : International Conference organised by Lingayas University Faidabad Month &Year of publication - 26th & 27th Feb, 2016.

 

 

 

 

2016

 

International Conference

Title: Development of Language skills Through Literature Author : Dr. Swati Chauhan

 Name of the journal: Proceedings of the International Conference 'Making Connections: Social Welfare in the Context of English Language & Literature - A Global Perspective' Month & Year of publication - 2016

 

 

 

 

2016

 

National Conference

Awakening & Acting: A Realistic and Feministic Perspective.

Author: Kiran Bala

National Conference on Mapping the Influence of Language, Literature & Culture on Society : A Universal Perspective' scheduled on 21st November, 2016.

 

 

 

 

2015

 

National Conference

Title: Studies of optical, magnetic, electrical, surface and phase modification in Co doped SnO2 crystalline thin films induced by SHI

Authors: Manoj Kumar Jaiswal and Rajesh Kumar Name of the Conference: National Symposium on “Innovations in Composites for general purpose to High end Applications - held from 17-18 February, 2015.

 

 

 

 

2015

 

 

International Journal


Title: crystal structure analysis of ebastine (4-(4-benzhydryloxy-1-piperidyl)-1-(4-tert-utylphenyl) butan-1-one): an oral histamine antagonist Authors: Dr. Ranjana Sharma, Dixit Prashar, R.K.Tiwari  Journal: Journal of Applied Crystallography, 48(4), 1299-1301, 2015. ISSN No: 1600-5767

 

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2015

 

International Conference

TitleTreatment of rice industry wastewater by flotation-flocculation method, Author: J.K. Kapoor, Shagufta Jabin and H.S. Bhatia. Conference:  XIII International Conference on Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants, Singapore, Jan 8-9, 2015 (P !88-91)

 

 

 

 

2015

International Journal

Title: Study on Special type of a Weakly Symmetric Kaehler manifold. Authors: Pankaj Pandey and B. B. Chaturvedi Journal: Differential Geometry-Dynamical System, Vol. 17, 32-37,2015. ISSN No: 1454-511X

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2015

International Journal

Title: Chitosan Based Dressings for Wound Care. Authors: Shakeel Ahmed, Mudasir Ahmad, Megha Jayachandran, Mohammad Amir Qureshi and Saiqa Ikram.

Name of Journal: Immunochemistry & Immunipathology, 1 (2), 1-6, 2015. OMICS. ISSN: 2469-9756.

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2015

International Journal

Title: Studies of Dense Electronic Excitation Induced Modification in Crystalline Fe doped SnO2 Thin Films. Authors: Manoj Kumar Jaiswal, Rajesh Kumar Journal: Applied Surface Science, 332, 726-735,2015. ISSNNO: 0169-4332

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2015

International Journal

Title: Ethyl acetate Salix alba leaves extract loaded Chitosan based hydrogel film for wound dressing applications. Authors: Mohammad Amir Qureshi; Fehmeeda Khatoon*; Moshahid Ahmed Rizvi; Md. Zafayab. Name of Journal: J. of Biomaterial Science: Polymer Edition, 26 (18), 1452-1464, 2015, Taylor & Francis. Impact Factor-1.788.  ISSN: 1568-5624.

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2015

International Journal

Title: In vitro study of temperature and pH responsive Gentamycin sulphate loaded chitosan based hydrogel film for wound dressing applications. Authors: Mohammad Amir Qureshi, Fehmeeda Khatoon.  Name of Journal: Polymer Plastics Technology & Engineering, 54, 573-580, 2015. Taylor & Francis. Impact Factor-1.533.  ISSN: 0360-2559

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2015

International Journal

Title: Positioning & temp optical fibre sensor and application. Author: Kavita Sharma Journal: International Journal of Scientific Research, 4(10), 198-200, 2015. ISSN No : 2277 - 817

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2015

International Journal

Title: “Optimization of    coagulation-flocculation process for food industry waste     water treatment using polyelectrolytes with inorganic coagulants. Author: J.K. Kapoor, Shagufta Jabin and H.S. Bhatia Journal: Journal of Indian Chemical Society ,  92, 1697-1703, 2015. ISSN NO: 00194522

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2015

International Journal

Title: Breathing  modes in rotating Bose-condensed  gas: An exact diagonalization study. Authors: Mohd. Imran and M. A. H. Ahsan. Journal: Journal of Atomic, Molecular, Condensate and Nano Physics, 2, 133-139 2015. ISSN No: 2349-2716

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2015

International Journal

Title: Exact diagonalization study of Bose-condensed gas with finite-range Gaussian interaction. Authors: Mohd. Imran and M. A. H. Ahsan Journal: Advanced Science Letters, 21, 2764-2767, 2015. ISSN No: 1936-6612

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2015

International Journal

Effect of Solvents on particle structure, morphology and optical properties of Zinc oxide nanoparticle A.Vanaja and K. Srinivasa Rao

Int. J. Adv. Mat. Sci. Eng. 4(2), 1-8, 2015. ISSN NO: 1662-8985

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2015

International Journal


Title: Classification of fibre optic sensor and their applications

 Author: Kavita Sharma,  Journal: International Journal of Scientific Research, 4(10), 155-158, 2015. ISSN No : 2277 - 8179 

 

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2015

International Journal


Investigation on synthesis, structural and optical properties of ZnO Nanoparticle prepared by Solgel process A.Vanaja and K.Srinivasa Rao Int. J. Mech. Prod. Eng. Res. Dev. 5 (3), 27-34, 2015. ISSN No:   2249-6890

 

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2015

National Conference

Amrita Pritam's Shadows of Words, the saga of a bold woman writer.'

Author: Vidushi Sharma

presented at one day National Conference on 'Language, Literature and Culture' organised by the Department of English, Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad on 30th May, 2015

 

 

 

2015

International Journal

Symbolic Significance of Hughes' animals: Psychological Interpretations and overtones.' European Academic Research Journal 'Vol. III, issue 6/September 2015 .impact Factor :3,4546

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2015

International Journal

'Achieving Harmony in a temporal world: A Manichean study of the poetry of Ted Hughes.'

Author: Vidushi Sharma

 European Journal of Academic Essays Vol.2,Issue -9 ,October 2015.ISSN ( online): 2183-1904, (print) 2183-3818

 

 

 

2015

International Journal

'Feministic expressions in Charmayne D'Souza's Poetry focusing on her Language.' Author: Vidushi Sharma

Lingaya's International Journal of English Language and Literature , Vol. 2,issue 2,August 2015.ISSN : 2348-1617

 

2015

National Conference

Title: Feminist Voices in English Literature Author : Dr. Swati Chauhan

 Name of the conference : National Conference organised by Manav Rachna International University Faidabad Month & Year of publication - 30th May, 2015

 

2015

National Conference

Title: Challenges faced by Development Process in Rural India Author : Dr. Swati Chauhan Name of the conference : UGC National Seminar organised by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Govt. Degree College Aonla, Bareilly (U.P.) Month & Year of publication - 19th& 20th March, 2015.

 

2015

International Journal

Title : World War and its impact on 20th Century literature 

Author : Dr. Swati Chauhan

 Name of the journal : Research Scholar: An International Reffered e-Journal of literary Exploration vol.3 Issue II, ISSN 2320-6101, Impact Factor 0.998(IIFS),pp.636-368, Month & Year of publication - May, 2015.

 

2014

International Conference

Human Concerns in the poetry of Robert Frost'

Author: Vidushi Sharma

 presented at two days' International Conference organised by the Department of English, Lingaya's University Faridabad

 

2014

International Journal

'Ted Hughes' Poetry of Manichaean Paradoxes'

Author: Vidushi Sharma

The Criterion , April 2014 Vol.5,Issue-2 ,ISSN No: 0976-8165

 

2014

International Conference

Title:Synthesis and application of cationic polyelectrolytes in treatment of sugar industry waste 7effluent. Authors: Shagufta Jabin, J.K.Kapoor and H.S.Bhatia

Name of Conference: National Conference on Mastering in Molecules & Materials (M3-2014), National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra.  Oct 16-17, 2014

 

2014

International Conference

Title: Dense Electronic Excitation induced modification in Ni doped SnO2 Thin Films.

Authors: Manoj Kumar Jaiswal, Rajesh Kumar and D. Kanjilal Name of the Conference: International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - “Aligarh Nano IV International 2014” held at Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P, India. 

 

2014

National Conference

Title: Effect of Van der Waals and three body interactions on Thermal and Vibrational properties of BaF2 and PbF2 Authors: Guljari Singh, K.K. Mishra and G.K. Upadhyay

Name of the Conference :National Seminar on Advances of Material Science in physics (sponsored by UGC), 20-21 Dec. 2014

 

2014

National  Journal

Title: Bifurcation analysis of a host–parasitoid ecological model with the Beddington- DeAngelis functional response. Authors: Tanuja Agrawal, Vinti Agarwal, A. K. Singh and S. Sripriya Journal:  Lingaya’s Journal of Professional Studies, Vol. 7, No. 2,pp 75-79, 2014. ISSN: 0975-53910X

 

2014

 

 

National Conference

Title: Theoretical study of thermal and vibrational properties of cesium chloride and thallous chloride”, Authors: S.K. Shukla, K.K.Mishra and K.S.Upadhyaya

Name of the Conference: National Seminar on Advances of Material Science in physics (sponsored by UGC), 20-21 Dec. 2014.  

 

2014

International Journal


Title: Annular bounds  for the zeros  of  complex polynomial. Authors: Ajeet Singh and Neha Journal:  International Journal of Statistika and Mathematika (IJSM), Vol. 10, pp. 12-15, 2014. ISSN: 2277-2790

 

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2014

 

 

 

 

International Journal

Title: Effect of spin doping and spin injection in the luminescence and bivrational spectrum of C60 Authors: Daniel Gilks, Oscar Cespedes, Timothy Moorsom, May Wheeler, Mohd Taukeer Khan, Fatma Al Ma'Mari, Gavin Burnell, Bryan J. Hickey, VladoLazarov Name of the Journal: Appl. Phys. Lett.105,  2014. ISSN No: 0003-6951

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2014

 

 

 

 

International Journal


Title: Effect of polarization on dielectric behaviour of PET/0.8 PHB polymer liquid crystals Authors: S Yarramaneni, A Sharma, J.K. Kamara

Name of the Journal: SOLID STATE PHYSICS: Proceedings of the 58th DAE Solid State Physics, 2014. ISSN No: 9781632666536

 

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2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

International Journal

Title: Spin-polarized electron transfer  ferromagnet/C60 interfaces Authors: Timothy Moorsom, May Wheeler, Taukeer Mohd Khan, Fatma Al Ma’Mari, Christian Kinane, Sean Langridge, David Ciudad, Amílcar Bedoya-Pinto, Luis Hueso, Gilberto Teobaldi, Vlado K. Lazarov, Daniel Gilks, Gavin Burnell, Bryan J. Hickey, and Oscar Cespedes. Name of the Journal :Phys. Rev. B 90, 125311 ,2014 ISSN No: 2469-9934

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2014

 

 

International Journal

Title: Dense electronic excitation induced modification in TiO2 doped SnO2 Nanocomposite films.

 Authors: Manoj Kumar Jaiswal, Rajesh Kumar and D. Kanjilal Name of the Journal: Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 610, 651-658, 2014. ISSN No: 0925-8388

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2014

 

 

 

International Journal

Title: Zeros of polynomials with extreme coefficients. Authors: S. Sripriya and Ajeet Singh

 Journal: Mathematical Sciences International Research Journal,  Vol. 3, pp. 432-435, 2014. ISSN: 2278- 8697

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2014

 

National Journal

Title: Formulation of algorithm using Trigonometric functions and Fuzzy rules for the solution of Economic Dispatch Problem under uncertainties. Author: Tanchi Sharma Journal:  Lingayas Journal of Professional Studies,Vol 8 , issue 1, pp 8-12, 2014. ISSN: 0975-539X

 

 

2014

 

 

 

 

International Journal

Title: Pulsatile Flow of an elastico Viscous Fluid through porous medium in a circular pipe under the effect of magnetic field and periodic body acceleration.

Authors: Anil Kumar and Aarti Ratra

Journal: Mathematical Sciences International Research Journal, Vol. 3, pp. 312-319, 2014. ISSN: 2278-8697

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2014

 

 

International Journal

'Shakespeare in the 21st Century.' kaav International Journal of Author: Vidushi Sharma

English Literature and Linguistics, Jan - June 2014, Vol.-1, Issue-1, ISSN

 

 

2013

 

 

National Journal

Title: Growth of Zeroes of Polynomial with restricted real coefficients. Authors: S. Sripriya, Monika Gadroo, P. K. Raina and B. L. Raina. Journal:  Lingayas Journal Of Professional Studies,  Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 32-35, 2013. ISSN No:0975-539X

 

 

2013

 

 

International Journal

Title: Surface tension with normal curvature in curved space-time Authors: Himanshu Kumar, Sharif Alam, Suhail Ahmed. Name of the Journal: General Relativity and Gravitation, 45(2), 373-386, 2013. ISSN No: 1572-9532

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2013

 

International Journal

Title: Effective use of lime and alum along with synthetic polyelectrolyte in   treatment of dairy industry wastewater. Authors: J. K. Kapoor, S. Jabin and H.S. Bhatia Journal: Poll Research, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 39-44, 2013. ISSN: 0257-8050

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2013

 

International Journal

Title: Optimal control of the dynamics of a tumour growth model with Hollings’ type-II functional. Authors: Tanuja Agrawal, M. Saleem and S. K. Sahu

Journal: Comp. Appl. Math., Springer, Vol 33, Issue 3,PP 591-606, 2013. ISSN No: 0101-8205

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2013

 

International Journal

Title: Effectiveness of natural and synthetic   polyelectrolytes as coagulant aid in removal of turbidity from different turbid water. Authors:  J. K. Kapoor, S. Jabin and M.S. Bhatia. Journal: J. Industrial Poll. Control, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 261-266, 2013. ISSN: 0970-2083

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2013

 

National Journal

Title: Flocculation-Flotation process for the removal of pollutants from food industry wastewater. Authors: Shagufta Jabin, J.K.Kapoor and H.S.Bhatia Name of Conference:  50th Convention of Indian Chemical Society, Punjab University, ChandigarhNov 4-7, 2013 (AECPP-41).

 

 

2012

International Journal

Title:  Fast Convergent Modified Newton Methods

Authors: Arunima Kumari,   B.L.Raina, H.B.Singh

Journal: International Journal of Maths Analysis.

Vol: 6, 2012, No:51, 2527-2537

 

 

 

COMING SOON.....

 Syllabus for the Dept. of English

BA(Honours) English

SEMESTER – 1

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-101

            English Communication Skills-1

4-0-0

4

2

BEN-151

English Communication Lab-1

0-0-2

1

3

BEN-102

History of English Literature: An Overview

4-1-0

5

4

BEN-103

       British Poetry and Drama: 14th to 17th Century

4-1-0

5

5

BEN-104

      Modern Indian Writings in English Translations

4-1-0

5

6

       CEA-101

Envtl. Science & Ecology

0-0-2

2

7

        PD-193

Corporate and Social Skills(PDP)

0-0-2

2

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-101

  English Communication Skills-1

4-0-0

4

 

Unit-1: Remedial English- Parts of Speech; Tenses and their application; Verbs and their various forms.

Unit-2: Oral Communication- Developing meaningful conversation; extempore speech; welcome speech etc.

Unit-3: Writing Skills- Introduction to various types of writings including general writing, technical writing, creative writing, picture composition etc.

Unit-4: Introduction to various literary devises; different forms of prose writing; different poetic forms, figures of speech, how to appreciate a poem? etc.

Unit-5: Professional Skills- Basic ethics in communication, body language in communication, News Paper reading etc.

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

3

BEN-102

History of English Literature: An overview

4-1-0

5

 

Unit-1: Old English to Middle English Period

Unit-2: Elizabethan & Jacobean Period

Unit-3: Restoration & Augustan Period

Unit-4: Pre-Romantics & Romantics

Unit-5: Victorian Period

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

4

BEN-103

British Poetry & Drama: 14th to 17th  Century

4-1-0

5

 

Unit-I: Introduction- Students are required to study the social, political, religious and economic conditions of the respective ages in England, significant movements, influences and literary schools.

Unit-II:

  1. Chaucer- Nun’s Priest’s Tale
  2. Edmund Spenser- The Faerie Queen, Book-1
  3. Milton- How Soon Hath Time
  4. Donne- A Hymn to God the Father
  5. Andrew Marvell- To His Coy Mistress

Unit-III:

Shakespeare-   Macbeth

Unit-IV:

John Bunyan-   The Holy War

Unit-V:

An Essay of Dramatic Poesy-  John Dryden

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

5

BEN-104

Modern Indian Writings in English Translations

4-1-0

5

 

Unit-1: Introduction to Indian literature and its various phases; importance of translated works in contemporary literary world etc.

Unit-2:Short Stories-Premchand: ‘The Shroud’, IsmatChugtai: ‘The Quilt’, Gurdial Singh :‘A Season of No Return

Unit-3: Poetry-Rabindra Nath Tagore-Light, Oh Where is the Light?' and 'Where the Head is Held High', from Gitanjali

G.M. Muktibodh- The Void’ and So Very Far’, (tr. Tr. Vishnu Khare and Adil Jussawala), in The Oxford Anthology of Modern Indian Poetry, ed. Vinay Dharwadker and A.K. Ramanujam (New Delhi: OUP, 2000). 

Amrita Pritam- ‘I Say Unto Waris Shah, (tr. N.S. Tasneem) in Modern Indian Literature: An Anthology, Plays and Prose, Surveys and Poems, ed. K.M. George, vol. 3 (Delhi: Sahitya

Akademi, 1992). 

Unit-4: Novel- DharamveerBharati-AndhaYug, tr. AlokBhalla (New Delhi: OUP, 2009). 

Unit-5: Drama- G. KalyanRao Untouchable Spring, tr. Alladi Uma and M. Sridhar (Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2010)

SEMESTER – 2 (Even Semester-2016)

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-111

C3-Indian Writing in English- An Overview

4-1-0

5

2

BEN-112

C4-Popular Literature

4-1-0

5

3

BEN-113

GE-2 Media & Communication Skills

4-0-0

4

4

BEN-114

AECC-2 English Communication

2-0-0

2

5

BEN-111B

C3- Seminar

0-0-2

2

6

BEN-112B

C4-Seminar

0-0-2

2

7

BEN-113A

Media & Communication Skills Lab

0-0-2

1

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-111

C3-Indian Writing in English

4-1-0

5

 

UNIT 1: An Introduction to Indian Writing in English;  Indian English Literature & its Readership; Themes & Contexts of Indian English Novels; The Aesthetics of Indian English Poetry; Modernism in Indian English Literature

UNIT 2:  R.K.Narayan  :Swami & Friends

UNIT 3: Anita Desai : In Custody

UNIT 4: H.L.V.Derozio  : Freedom to the Slave, The Orphan Girl; Kamala Das: Introduction, My Grandmother’s House;  Nizzim Ezekiel: Enterprise, The Night of the Scorpion; Robin S.Ngangom: The Strange Affair of Robin S.Ngangom’,  A Poem for Mother

UNIT 5: Mulk Raj Anand :Two Lady Rams; Salman Rushdie: The Free Radio; RohintonMistry: Swimming Lesson; Shashi Deshpande: The Intrusion

Subject Code

Subject Name

Teaching Load

Credit

BEN-111B

Seminar

0-0-2

2

 

Instructions:

  • Students should be assigned with topics regularly related to the syllabus and of current importance
  • They must be encouraged to do sincere library reading of related books with the help of the teacher.
  • Every week, the students should be given chance to prepare & present a topic. The presentation should be evaluated and the record of the content and evaluation should be kept with the faculty member’s signature.
  • Each student should have a Seminar file which keeps the records of all their presentations with the evaluation
  • One student should complete 8 EFFECTIVE & SUCCESSFUL presentations in a semester to secure the 2 credits
  • In case of PPt. presentation, the faculty should collect the PPt. Presentation and the full paper prepared on that.
  • Topics should be different for each student in each presentation. The faculty should prepare meaningful topics well in advance.
  • Faculty members should have a clear idea about the reference books available on the Courses they are dealing with.
  • Along with oral presentation, assess the handwriting of the students also.

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SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

2

BEN-112

C4-Popular Literature

4-1-0

5

 

UNIT 1: Coming of Age; Canonical & popular; Caste, gender & identity; Ethics & Education in Children’s Literature; Sense & Nonsense; The Graphic Novel

UNIT 2: Lewis Carroll : Through the Looking Glass

UNIT 3:Agatha Christie :The Murder of Roger Akroyd

UNIT 4:Shyam Sevadurai :Funny Boy

UNIT 5:Durgabhai Vyam&SubhashVyam:Bhimyana: Experiences of Untouchability

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Subject Code

Subject Name

Teaching Load

Credit

BEN-112B

Seminar

0-0-2

2

 

Instructions:

  • Students should be assigned with topics regularly related to the syllabus and of current importance
  • They must be encouraged to do sincere library reading of related books with the help of the teacher.
  • Every week, the students should be given chance to prepare & present a topic. The presentation should be evaluated and the record of the content and evaluation should be kept with the faculty member’s signature.
  • Each student should have a Seminar file which keeps the records of all their presentations with the evaluation
  • One student should complete 8 EFFECTIVE & SUCCESSFUL presentations in a semester to secure the 2 credits
  • In case of PPt.presentation, the faculty should collect the PPt. Presentation and the full paper prepared on that.
  • Topics should be different for each student in each presentation. The faculty should prepare meaningful topics well in advance.
  • Faculty members should have a clear idea about the reference books available on the Courses they are dealing with.
  • Along with oral presentation, assess the handwriting of the students also.

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

3

BEN-113

GE-2 Media & Communication Skills

4-0-0

4

 

UNIT-1 Introduction to Mass Communication – Mass Communication & Globalization, Forms of Mass Communication (Topics for Student Presentation: Case studies of Current issues in Indian Journalism, Performing street plays, writing pamphlets & posters)

UNIT 2: Advertisements – Types of Advertisements,  Advertising Ethics, How to create Advertisement / story boards ( Topics for student presentation – Creating advertisement / visualization, Enacting an advertisement in a group, Creating jingles & taglines)

UNIT 3: Media Writing: Script writing for TV / Radio, writing News reports  & editorials, Editing for print & online media ( Topics for student presentation –Script writing for a TV / Panel Discussion / radio programme/ hosting Radio Programme, Editing articles, writing an Editorial for a topical subject)

UNIT 4:Introduction to Cyber and Social Media : Types of social media , impact of social media. Introduction to cyber media

UNIT 5: Digital Media- An Overview: Types of digital media: E-Book, E-Journal, E-Magazine, Internet, World wide web; Copyright, Plagiarism

Further Reading:-

  1. Writing for the Mass Media James Glen Pearson Education, 2006 (Sixth edition).
  2.  Basic News Writing Melvin Menchar William. C.Brown Co., 1983
  3.  Writing and Reporting News: A Carole Rich Wadsworth/ Thomson Learning, Coaching Method 2003
  4.  News Writing & Reporting James A Neal &Surjeeth Publications, 2003 Suzane S Brown
  5.  Broadcast News Writing, Ted White Macmillan Reporting & Production
  6.  An Introduction to Digital Tony Feldman (Blueprint Series) 1996
  7.  Advertising Ahuja&ChhabraSujeeth Publications, 1989
  8.  The Screenwriter's Workbook Syd Field Dell Publishing, 1984
  9. E-Writing Dianna Boother Macmillan, 2008 10 Mass Communication Theory Denis McquailVistaar Publications, 2007

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Subject Code

Subject Name

L-T-P

Credit

BEN-113A

Media & Communication Skills Lab

0-0-2

1

 

Activity 1- Formal Self Introduction; write the content, get assessed by the faculty member  & then present confidently

Activity 2: Preparing Pamphlets & Posters on various programmes and current issues

Activity 3:Panel Discussion -  Choose topics of real life relevance and conduct a discussion

Activity 4: Case Studies -  on topics  & issues of current importance, topics of importance in the News paper& Journals

Activity 5: Advertisement – Prepare the ad with suitable jungles / tagline, enact the ad

Activity 6: Dialogue writing: Preparing script for a programme; Hosting a programme

Activity 7:  PPt. Presentation & Oral presentation:  Prepare PPt. Presentation on the assigned topic and get it evaluated by the teacher and then give a presentation of it.

Activity 8: Interpretation of visual images: Display some visual images and encourage the students to make some creative interpretation of that  in written form. Then present it .

Activity 9: Collage making: Assign the students to prepare a collage on some social or educational issues.

Activity 10:  Talk show: Invite some experts, conducted a talkshow on topics related to the syllabus like Cyber crime prevention, Plagiarism & copyright;

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SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

4

BEN-114

AECC-2 English Communication

2-0-0

2

 

UNIT 1: Introduction: Theory of Communication, Types and Modes of communication

UNIT 2:  Language of Communication: Verbal & Nonverbal; Personal, Social & Business; Barriers & Strategies; Intra-personal, Interpersonal & Group Communication

UNIT 3: Speaking Skills: Monologue, Discussion, Group Communication, Effective communication, Mis communication; Interview, Public speech

UNIT 4: Reading & Understanding: Close reading, comprehension, summary, paraphrasing, analysis ,&Interpretation, translation( from Indian Language to  English & Vice versa) Literary / knowledge texts

UNIT 5: Writing Skill: Documenting, Report writing, Making Notes & Letter writing

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B.A.(Hons.) Programme

          2015- 2016 Batch-Semester-III

 

SEMESTER – 3 (Even Semester-2016)

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-201

AECC-3  Soft Skills

4-0-0

4

2

BEN- 202

C5- American Literature

4-1-0

5

3

BEN- 205

GE-1  Academic Writing and Composition

4-1-0

5

4

BEN- 206

C4-  British Poetry & Drama: 17th to 18thCentury

 

4-1-0

5

5

BEN-202B

C5- Seminar

0-0-2

2

6

BEN-251

Soft Skills Lab

0-0-2

1

7

PDP

PDP

2-0-0

2

 

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-201

AECC-3 Soft Skills

2-0-0

2

 

Unit-1: Teamwork

Unit-2: Emotional Intelligence

Unit-3: Adaptability

Unit-4: Leadership

Unit-5: Problem solving

Suggested Readings

  1. English and Soft Skills. S.P. Dhanavel. Orient BlackSwan 2013
  2. English for Students of Commerce: Precis, Composition, Essays, Poems eds. Kaushik,et al.

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-202

 C5- American Literature

4-1-0

5

 

Unit-I: Introduction- Students are required to study the social, political, religious, and economic conditions of the respective periods in American writings in English, significant literary movements, influences and literary schools.

Unit-II:

Walt Whitman-:         Song of Myself

Robert Frost:            The Road Not Taken,

Stooping   By  Woods in a Snowy Evening.

 

Sylvia Plath:              Tulip

                                   Mirror

 

Unit-III:

Ernest Hemingway:     The Old man and The Sea

 

Unit-IV:

Arthur Miller:              Death of a Salesman

 

Unit-V

Emerson:             Self Reliance

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

3

BEN-205

GE-1 Academic Writing and Composition

4-1-0

5

 

 

Unit-1: Introduction to the Writing Process 

Unit-2:Introduction to the Conventions of Academic Writing 

Unit-3:Writing in one’s own words: Summarizing and Paraphrasing 

Unit-4:Critical Thinking: Syntheses, Analyses, and Evaluation 

Unit-5:Structuring an Argument: Introduction, Interjection, and Conclusion, Citing Resources; Editing, Book and Media Review.

 

Suggested Readings:

  1. Liz Hamp-Lyons and Ben Heasley, Study writing: A Course in Writing Skills for Academic Purposes (Cambridge: CUP, 2006).
  2. Renu Gupta, A Course in Academic Writing (New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2010).
  3. IlonaLeki, Academic Writing: Exploring Processes and Strategies (New York: CUP, 2nd edn, 1998).
  4. Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein, They Say/I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing (New York: Norton, 2009).

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

4

BEN-206

C4- British Poetry & Drama: 17th to 18th Century

4-1-0

5

 

 

B.A.  (Hons.) English Program Regular (2015-2016)

Semester-IV

 

SEMESTER – IV

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-211

Presentation Skills

4-0-0

4

2

BEN-252

Presentation Skills Lab

0-0-2

1

3

BEN-212

European Classical Literature – An Overview

4-1-0

5

4

BEN-213

British Literature  19th Century & Early 20th Century

4-1-0

5

5

BEN-214

Literary criticism – An Introduction

4-1-0

5

6

BEN-215

Science Fiction and Detective Literature

4-1-0

5

7

PD 293 A

Interpersonal Skills

2-0-0

2

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-211

Presentation Skills

4-1-0

5

 

UNIT 1: Theories of Communication – Oral and Written Communication – Features of oral communication –word stress – intonation - falling and rising tones

UNIT 2: Conversations – Vocabulary – Introducing yourself – Body Language – Public speaking - Debates – Group Discussion – Discussion Skills – Interview skills and etiquettes – Meetings - Voice and delivery – Dress code – Class seminar presentation – Viva voce.

UNIT 3: Effective Presentation- Planning, Preparation, Delivery, Feed back, Tips to over come fear

UNIT 4: Telephone skills – Handling calls – Leaving messages – Making enquiries – Placing an order – Booking and arrangements – Change of plan – Handling complaints.

UNIT 5 Computer aided presentations – Basic computer skills – OHP – Preparation of slides – Power point presentation – Visuals and sounds.

Reading List

  1. Ashok Thorat&MuniraLokhandwala        : Enriching Oral & written Communication in  English (Orient Black Swan)
  2. Kenneth Anderson, Joan Maclean & Tony Lynch : Study Speaking – A Course in Spoken English for Academic Purposes – (CUP)
  3. PriyadarshiPatnaik       : Group Discussion and Interview Skills –  Foundation Books)
  4. B. Jean Naterop& Rod Revell       : Telephoning in English (CUP)

 

BEN-252

Presentation Skill Lab

L T P

Cr

0-0-2

2

 

  1. Listening Skills: Make each student speak for one minute on any topic of choice, make another student repeat the content of the speech, assess the comprehension skill of the second student and the expression skill of the first student. Give healthy feed back.
  2. Reading Skill: Make the students read the given text material with proper tone & clarity, Let the teacher ask questions based on the read matter, make students also frame questions and present them to the other students. Each student’s participation is mandatory.
  3. News paperHead lines: Give a demo of News reading, make the students read the news in proper tone and clarity; make them prepare news from the news paper and present it.
  4. Elocution: Assign topics in advance and make them prepare well for 3 to 4 minutes speech and to give the presentation; focus on the body language , paralanguage & the delivery of content. This activity should enable students to get out of stage fear.
  5. Extempore: Assign instant topics of great interest and and of current value, encourage them to express their views for 1 to 2 minutes, evaluate their performance with effective feedback
  6. Advertising: Let the students go through variety of advertisements, make them imitate the ads of their interest in pairs or groups, assign them with products and encourage them to advertise that product. Let the student assess the quality of the presentation.
  7. Formal speech:- Make the students understand the types of speeches like Welcome address, Introduction speech, Vote of thanks, Inaugural address, felicitation speech etc. Assign them with different types of speeches with a context and make them deliver the speech.
  8. Group Discussion: Students are now familiar with GD. Assign them with topics of more importance and encourage to discuss in groups of 5 to 6 students. Give effective feed back about their various group behaviour.
  9. Power point Presentation: Assign topics of academic importance and ask them to give presentation. Evaluate the preparation of the slide and also the delivery of the content.
  10. Interview: Assign with different contexts / industry and conduct interview. Assess their presentation including their appearance, soft skills & the subject knowledge.

Evaluation: Practical classes carry 7 marks each for 10 Labs which goes to the internal marks under the label Lab activity for 70 Marks.Viva carries 30 Marks which includes a general evaluation of the students’ language proficiency. Marks are given as per the grades.

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

2

BEN-212

European Classical Literature – An Overview

4-1-0

5

UNIT 1: The Epic; Comedy & Tragedy in Classical drama; The Athenian City State; Catharsis & Mimesis; Satire; Literary culture in Augustan Rome

UNIT 2: Homer: The Iliad,tr, E.V. Rieu (Harmondsworth, Penguin , 1985)

UNIT 3: Sophocles: Oedipus the King, tr. RobertFagles in Sophocles:The Three Theban Plays,Sophocles(Harmondsworth, Penguin , 1984)

UNIT 4: Plautus: Pot of Gold, tr. E.F. Watling (Harmondsworth, Penguin , 1965)

UNIT 5: Ovid: Selections from Metamorphoses , Bacchus’(Book III), ‘Pyramusand Thisbe’ (Book IV) , ‘Philomela’ (Book VI) tr. Mary M. Innes (Harmondsworth, Penguin , 1975); Horace Satires 1:4 In Horace: Satires and Epistles and Persius: Satires, tr. Niall Rudd (Harmondsworth, Penguin , 2005)

 

Reading:

  1. Aristotle : Poetics( tr.) Malcolm Heath , London , Penguin -1996 , Chap. 6-17, 23, 24 & 26
  2. Horace: Ars Poetica, tr. RushtonFairclough, Horace Satires: Epistles and ArsPoetica( Harward University Press 2005) PP-453-71
  3. Plato : The Republic Book X, tr. Desmond Lee(London, Penguin -2007)

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

3

BEN-213

Literature of 19 Century & Early 20th Century

4-1-0

5

 

UNIT 1:Postcolonialism – An Introduction: post-modernism, post-colonialism, feminism, humanism, realism, magic realism, naturalism, Characteristics of Postcolonial world & Literature

 UNIT 2: GayatriSpivak: Can the Subaltern Speak?

UNIT 3: Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth (Chapter-1)

UNIT 4: Chinua Achebe: Things Fall Apart ; Jean Rhys: Wide Sargasso Sea

UNIT5: J.M. Coetzee: Disgrace;  Salman Rushdie: Midnight’s Children

Reference Books:

  1. The Postcolonial Studies Reader ed. Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffths, Helen Tiffin(London, Routledge,1995)
  2. AniaLoomba, Colonialism/Postcolonialism 2 nd ed. ( London, Routledge,2007)
  3. Leela Gandhi, Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction (New Delhi, Oxford Univ Press. 1998)
  4.  Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Book of Readings ed. Meenakshi Mukherjee ( Delhi: Pencraft, 2003)

 

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

4

BEN-214

Literary criticism – An Introduction

4-1-0

5

AIM OF THE COURSE: To familiarise the students with the literary terms and introduce to them the various streams in literary criticism, to make them aware of the inter-disciplinary nature of contemporary criticism and to develop in students, skills for literary criticism. 2. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE • To make the students aware that all readers are critics • To familiarise them with the factors involved in criticism like interpretation, elucidation, judgement and appreciation. • To introduce the students to basic texts in criticism, relating to various movements and schools of thought • To develop critical thinking by introducing various tools of criticism-analysis, comparison, theoretical approaches etc.

 COURSE OUTLINE

UNIT 1 - CLASSICAL AGE Aristotle: Concepts of  tragedy, plot, Character;  Plato: Concept of Art, criticism of poetry and drama (Contemporary relevance of the ideas in the above to be discussed) 

UNIT 2 – INDIAN AESTHETICS Theory of Rasa, Vyanjana and Alankara.(The relationship between Module I & II to be discussed.For eg.The concept of Rasa and purgation, Alankara and figures of speech etc.

UNIT 3 – MODERN CRITICISM (This section is meant to make the students familiar with modern critical Movements and writing.)MOVEMENTS IN CRITICISM: Classicism, neo-classicism, romanticism, symbolism, Russian formalism, Marxist criticism, absurd literature, modernism, structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, , psycho- analytic criticism

* William Wordsworth: Preface to Lyrical Ballads- Paragraphs 5-12 ∗ Ferdinand de Sassure: Nature of the Linguistic Sign. ∗ Elaine Showalter- Towards a Feminist Poetics

UNIT 4 : CRITICAL TERMS AND CONCEPTS This is a section meant to familiarize students with the various tools, movements and concepts in criticism. This may include the following:- Figures of Speech: Simile, metaphor, synecdoche, metonymy, symbol, irony, paradox. Movements: Concepts: Objective correlative, Ambiguity, intentional fallacy, affective fallacy, negative capability, myth, archetype. Literary Forms: Lyric, Ode, Elegy, epic, sonnet, ballad, dramatic monologue, melodrama, tragic- comedy, farce, and satire

UNIT 5: CRITICAL APPRECIATION: Critical analysis of short poems and short stories are to be done by students. The students may be asked to analyse pieces in terms of theme, diction, tone, figures of speech, imagery etc.

FURTHER READING

  1. Abrams, M.H. A Glossary of Literary Terms.VII edn. Thomson Heinle , India, 1999.
  2. Peck, John and Martin Coyle. Literary Terms and Criticism. Macmillan, London,1993.
  3. Sethuraman, V.S. et al. Practical Criticism . Macmillan, India,1990.
  4. An Introduction to the Hudson, W.H. Study of literature 8 Literature Criticism and Croft, Steven et al. Oxford University press, Page 55 of 92 55 Style 1997
  5. Literary Theory: The Bertens, Hans Routledge, 2001 Basics 10 Literary Theory for the Klages, Mary India: Viva Books, 2007 Perplexed

6.Aristotle. “Poetics” classical appendix in English Critical Texts , OUP, Madras, 1962.

  1. Prasad, B. An Introduction to English Criticism. Macmillan, India, 1965. pp 1-28.

8.Das Guptha,S.N. “The Theory of Rasa”, (pp 191 -196) in Indian Aesthetics : An Introduction ed.. V.S.Sethuraman, Macmillan,  India, 1992.

9.∗KuppuswamiSastri. “The Highways of Literary Criticism in Sanskrit” (pp 173 - 190), in Indian Aesthetics : An Introduction ed.. V.S. Sethuraman, Macmillan, India, 1992.

∗ 10.Raghavan, V. “Use and Abuse of Alankara”(pp 235 - 244) in Indian Aesthetics An Introduction. India , Macmillan, 1992.

  1. WEB RESOURCES www.literarureclassics.com/ancientpaths/litcrit.htmml www.textec.com/criticism.html www.ipl.org/div/litcrit www.assumption-edu/users/ady/HHGateway/Gateway/Approaches.html www.maitespace.com/englishodyssey/Resources/litcrit.html

 

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

5

BEN-215

Science Fiction & Detective Literature

4-1-0

5

 

UNIT 1: Introduction to Detective Literature- Crime across the media; constructions of criminal identity; cultural stereotypes in crime fiction; Crime fiction & cultural nostalgia; Crime fiction & ethics; crime & censorship

UNIT 2: WilkieCollins :The Woman in White

UNIT 3: Arthur Conan Doyle :The Hound of the Baskervilles

UNIT 4: Raymond Chandler :The Big Sleep

UNIT 5: H.R.F.Keating :Inspector Ghote Goes by Train

Books for Reading:

  1. Edmund Wilson : Who Care Who Killed Roger Ackroyd
  2. George Orwel: Raffles & Miss Blandish
  3. H.Auden : The Guilty Vicarage harpers.org/archive/1948/05/the-guilty-vicarage/>

Raymond Chandler :The Simple Art of Murder http://www.en.utexas.edu/amlit/amlitprivate/scans/chandlerart.htm/               

 

B.A(Hons.) English Program Regular (2015-2016)

SEMESTER-V

 

SEMESTER – V

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-301

Applied Language Skills

4-0-0

4

2

BEN-351

Applied Language Skills Lab

0-0-2

1

3

BEN-302

Postcolonial Literature

4-1-0

5

4

BEN-303

Language, Literature & Culture

4-1-0

5

5

BEN-304

Literary Theory

4-1-0

5

6

BEN-305

Indian Classical Literature

4-1-0

5

 

B.A . (Hons.) English Program Regular (2015-2016)

Semester-VI

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BEN-307

Literature of the Indian Diaspora

4-1-0

5

2

BEN-308

Modern European Drama

4-1-0

5

3

BEN-309

British Literature Post World War II

4-1-0

5

4

BEN-310

Women Writings

4-1-0

5

5

BEN-311

Research Methodology

4-1-0

5

6

BEN-312

Technical Writing

4-1-0

5

7

PD 392 A

Problem Solving Skills

0-0-2

02

 

 

4

BEN-308

Modern European Drama

 

4-1-0

5

 

 

MODERN EUROPEAN DRAMA  

UNIT   1

  1. Henrik Ibsen Ghosts

UNIT 2

  1. Bertolt Brecht The Good Woman of Szechuan

UNIT 3

  1. Samuel Beckett Waiting for Godot

UNIT 4

  1. Eugene Ionesco Rhinoceros

UNIT 5

  1. August Strindberg Miss Julie (Methuen)

 

Suggested Topics and Background Prose Readings for Class Presentations

 Topics

Politics, Social Change and the Stage Text and Performance

European Drama: Realism and Beyond

Tragedy and Heroism in Modern European Drama

The Theatre  of the Absurd Readings 1. Constantin   Stanislavski, An Actor Prepares, chap. 8, ‘Faith and the Sense of Truth’, tr. Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood (Harmondsworth: Penguin,  1967) sections 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, pp. 121–5, 137–46. 2. Bertolt Brecht, ‘The Street Scene’, ‘Theatre for Pleasure or Theatre for Instruction’, and ‘Dramatic Theatre vs Epic Theatre’, in Brecht on Theatre: The Development of an Aesthetic, ed. and tr. John Willet (London: Methuen, 1992) pp. 68–76, 121–8. 3. George Steiner, ‘On Modern Tragedy’, in The Death of Tragedy (London: Faber, 1995)

4

BEN-309

BRITISH LITERATURE POST WORLD WAR II

4-1-0

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT 1

  1. John Fowles The French Lieutenant’s Woman

UNIT 2

  1. Jeanette Winterson Sexing the Cherry

UNIT 3

  1. S Eliot ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’ ‘Sweeney among the Nightingales’ ‘The Hollow Men’

UNIT 4

  1. Phillip Larkin ‘Whitsun Weddings’ ‘Church Going’ Ted Hughes ‘Hawk Roosting’ ‘Crow’s Fall’ Seamus Heaney ‘Digging’ ‘Casualty’

UNIT 5

  1. Look Back in Anger John Osborne

 

Suggested Topics and Background Prose Readings for Class Presentations Topics

Postmodernism in British Literature Britishness after 1960s Intertextuality and Experimentation Literature and Counterculture Readings

  1. Alan Sinfield, ‘Literature and Cultural Production’, in Literature, Politics, and Culture in Postwar Britain (Berkley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1989) pp. 23–38.
  2. Seamus Heaney, ‘The Redress of Poetry’, in The Redress of Poetry (London: Faber, 1995) pp. 1–16. 3. Patricia Waugh, ‘Culture and Change: 1960-1990’, in The Harvest of The Sixties: English Literature And Its Background, 1960-1990 (Oxford: OUP, 1997

 

4

BEN-310

Women Writings in 19th and 20th century

 

4-1-0

5

 

Women’s writing in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century                                                                                          

  1. Elizabeth Barrett Browning Aurora Leigh, Book V, lines 1-447

 

  1. Emily Dickinson Because I Could not Stop for Death, Elysiun is as Far as to, I Had no Time to Hate, I Felt a Funeral in My Brain, I Heard a Fly Buzz, The Soul Selects Her Own Society.

 

  1. Sylvia Plath Daddy, Lady Lazarus, Soliloquy of a Soliloquist, Mirror.

 

  1. Katherine Mansfield Bliss

 

5 .  Mahasweta Devi                           ‘Draupadi,’ in Gayatri Chakravarty Spivak, In Other Worlds, pp. 179-96

 

BACKGROUND/SUGGESTED READINGS:

 

  1. Virginia Woolf, Chapter 1 and selections from Chapter 3 of A Room of One’s Own (New York: Harvest HBJ, 1957), pp. 3-24 and 48-59.

 

  1. Simone de Beauvoir,’ Introduction’ in The Second Sex, in New French Feminisms, eds.Elaine Marks and Isabelle de Courtivron (New York: Schocken Books, 1981), pp.41-56.

 

  1. Cora Caplan,’ Women and Language,’ in Deborah Cameron,ed., Feminist Linguistics: A

 

 

4

BEN-311

Research Methodology

4-1-0

5

 

                       

 

 

Research Methodology

SYLLABUS (Third Year)

 

Unit 1

Definition, Characteristics,  Objectives. Types  of    Research. Research   Ethics  and Integrity. Criteria   of   Good Research.

 

Unit 2

Research     Process. Basic Overview: Formulating the Research Problem, Defining the Research Problem, Research Questions, Research Methods vs. Research Methodology.

 

Unit 3

Literature Review, Formulation of Hypothesis, Characteristics of Hypothesis, Research Design, Data Collection, Questionnaires, Case Study Method.

 

Unit 4

Writing an Article, Essay, Research Paper, Thesis, Dissertation, Reviews - Book Review, Case Review.

 

Unit 5

Citation Methods, Foot Note, End Note, Bibliography, Citation Rules: MLA, APA, Chicago.

 

 

 

Books for Reference:

Correa, Delia da Sousa. The  Handbook  to Literary Research. New York: Routledge, 2009. Print.

Griffin, Gabriele. Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University

Press, 2005. Print.

 

 

 

BEN 312

TECHNICAL WRITING

L-T-P

Cr

 

 

4-1-0

5

 

           

 

 

Unit I

INFORMAL CONVERSATION Vs FORMAL EXPRESSION: Verbal and non-verbal communication; barriers to effective communication- kinesics.

 

UNIT II

 

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION: Types of presentation- video conferencing- participation in meetings- chairing sessions.

 

UNIT III

FORMAL AND INFORMAL INTERVIEWS: Ambiance and polemics- interviewing in different settings and for different purposes e.g. eliciting and giving information; recruiting; performance appraisal, Writing a CV.

 

UNIT IV

 

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: Differences between spoken and written communication- features of effective writing such “as clarity; brevity; appropriate tone clarity; balance etc, notices, report Writing

UNIT V

 

LETTER-WRITING: Business forma culture-style-effectiveness; promptness- Analysis of sample letters collected from industry- email; fax.

 

TEXT BOOK

Pal Rajendra, Korlaha, Hi, J,S., “Essentials of Business Communication”, Sultan Chand & Sons

 

REFERENCE BOOKS

  1. Rutherford, Andrea, J., “Basic Communication Skills for Technology”, Pearson Education Asia.
  2. Prasad, V., “Advanced Communication Skills”, Atma Ram Publications, New Delhi.
  3. Madhukar, R., K, “Business Communication”, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

B.Sc. (Hons.) CHEMISTRY

THREE-YEARS FULL-TIME PROGRAMME

(Six-Semester Course)

 

 

 

  1. SC. HONOURS WITH CHEMISTRY

 

 

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry First Semester  (With Maths as General Elective)

SN

Course Code

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-110

In organic Chemistry – I

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-113

Physical Chemistry – I

3-1-0

4

3

BMA-111

Calculus

5-1-0

6

4

BEN-101

Communication Skill (English)

2-0-0

2

5

BCH-160

 Inorganic Chemistry – I Lab

0-0-4

2

6

BCH-163

 Physical Chemistry – I Lab

0-0-4

2

7

PD-191A

Hobby Club

0-0-2

2

 

 

Total

26

22

 

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry First Semester  (With Zoology as General Elective)

SN

Course Code

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-110

In organic Chemistry – I

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-113

Physical Chemistry – I

3-1-0

4

3

BZH-110

Zoology-I

3-1-0

4

4

BEN-101

Communication Skill (English)

2-0-0

2

5

BCH-160

 Inorganic Chemistry – I Lab

0-0-4

2

6

BCH-163

 Physical Chemistry – I Lab

0-0-4

2

7

BZH-160

Zoology-I Lab

0-0-4

2

8

PD-191A

Hobby Club

0-0-2

2

 

 

Total

28

22

 

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry Second Semester (With Physics as General Elective)

   

SN

Course Code

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-114

 Organic Chemistry – I

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-115

Physical Chemistry – II

3-1-0

4

3

BPH-122

Electricity and Magnetism

3-1-0

4

4

CEA-101A

Environmental Science and Ecology

2-0-0

2

5

BCH-164

 Organic Chemistry – I Lab

0-0-4

2

6

BCH-165

 Physical Chemistry – II Lab

0-0-4

2

7

BPH-172

Electricity and Magnetism Lab

0-0-4

2

8

PD-191A

Hobby Club

0-0-2

2

 

 

Total

28

22

 

 

B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry Second Semester (With Botany as General Elective)

SN

Course Code

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-114

 Organic Chemistry – I

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-115

Physical Chemistry – II

3-1-0

4

3

BBH-110

Botany-I

3-1-0

4

4

CEA-101A

Environmental Science

2-0-0

2

5

BCH-164

 Organic Chemistry – I Lab

0-0-4

2

6

BCH-165

 Physical Chemistry – II Lab

0-0-4

2

7

BBH-160

Botany-I Lab

0-0-4

2

8

PD-191A

Hobby Club

0-0-2

2

 

 

Total

28

22

 

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry Third Semester ( With Maths as General Elective)

SN

Course Code

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-217

Inorganic Chemistry –II

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-218

Organic Chemistry –II

3-1-0

4

3

BCH-219

Physical Chemistry-III

3-1-0

4

4

BMA-230

Differential Equation-I

5-1-0

6

5

BCS-201

 Skill Based Subject –I

3-1-0

4

6

BCH-267

Inorganic Chemistry –II Lab

0-0-4

2

7

BCH-268

Organic Chemistry –II Lab

0-0-4

2

8

BCH-269

Physical Chemistry-III Lab

0-0-4

2

Total

34

28

 

 

B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry Fourth Semester ( With Physics as General Elective)

SN

Course Code

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-221

Inorganic Chemistry –III

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-222

Organic Chemistry –III

3-1-0

4

3

BCH-223

Physical Chemistry-IV

3-1-0

4

4

BPH-224

General Elective – IV/ Element of Modern Physics

3-1-0

4

5

BMA-231

 Skill Enhancement Subject –II/ Elementary Maths

3-1-0

4

6

PD-293

PDP/Interpersonal Skills

2-0-0

2

7

BCH-271

Inorganic Chemistry –III Lab

0-0-4

2

8

BCH-272

Organic Chemistry –III Lab

0-0-4

2

9

BCH-273

Physical Chemistry-IV Lab

0-0-4

2

10

BPH-274

General Elective Lab – IV / Element of Modern Physics Lab

0-0-4

2

Total

38

30

 

 

 

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry Fifth Semester

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-320

Organic Chemistry –IV

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-321

Physical Chemistry-V

3-1-0

4

3

BCH-322

Discipline Specific Elective-I

3-1-0

4

4

BCH-323

Discipline Specific Elective-II

3-1-0

4

5

PD-392

PDP/Interpersonal Skills

2-0-0

2

6

BCH-370

Organic Chemistry –IV Lab

0-0-4

2

7

BCH-371

Physical Chemistry-V Lab

0-0-4

2

8

BCH-372

Project

0-0-8

4

Total

34

26

 

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry Sixth Semester

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

1

BCH-324

Inorganic Chemistry –IV

3-1-0

4

2

BCH-325

Organic Chemistry-V

3-1-0

4

3

BCH-326

Discipline Specific Elective-III

3-1-0

4

4

BCH-327

Discipline Specific Elective-IV

3-1-0

4

5

BCH-374

Inorganic Chemistry –IV Lab

0-0-4

2

6

BCH-375

 Organic Chemistry -V Lab

0-0-4

2

7

BCH-376

Discipline Specific Elective Lab

0-0-4

2

8

BCH-377

Project/ Dissertation

0-0-6

6

Total

 

28

 

Sem 1

Sem 2

Sem 3

Sem 4

Sem 5

Sem 6

Total

22

22

28

30

26

28

156

 

 

 

 

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Semester I

 

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I

 

UNIT-1: S & P BLOCK ELEMENT

Comparative study of the elements includes diagonal relationship, salient features of hydrides, solvation and complexation tendencies including their function.

Emphasis on comparative study of periodic properties of p-block elements (including diagonal relationship and excluding methods of preparation).

 

UNIT-2: CHEMISTRY OF NOBLE GASES

Chemical properties of noble gases with emphasis on their low chemical reactivity, chemistry of xenon, structure and bonding of fluorides, oxides and oxyflourides of xenon.

 

UNIT-3: BORON FAMILY

Oxide of boron (B2O3), Oxyacid of boron (H3BO3)-preparation, properties and uses.

Preparation, properties and structure of diborane and borazine. Trihalides of boron-preparation, properties and relative strengths of trihalides of boron as Lewis acid.

 

UNIT-4: CARBON FAMILY

Catenation, carbides, fullerenes, fluorocarbons, silicates (structural aspects), silicones- general methods of preparations, properties and uses.

 

UNIT-5: NITROGEN & OXYGEN FAMILY

Oxides: structures of oxides of N, P. Oxyacids: structure and relative acid strengths of oxyacids of nitrogen and phosphorus. Structure of white, yellow and red phosphorus.Oxyacids of sulphur- structures and acidic strength of H2O2- structure, properties and uses.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Lee, J.D. Concise Inorganic Chemistry, ELBS, 1991.

 

  • Douglas, B.E. and Mc Daniel, D.H., Concepts & Models of Inorganic Chemistry, Oxford, 1970

 

  • Atkins, P.W. & Paula, J. Physical Chemistry, Oxford Press, 2006.
  • Day, M.C. and Selbin, J. Theoretical Inorganic Chemistry, ACS Publications 1962. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB-I:

 

 

  • Titrimetric Analysis

 

  • Calibration and use of apparatus

 

  • Preparation of solutions of different Molarity/Normality of titrants

 

  • Acid-Base Titrations

 

  • Estimation of carbonate and hydroxide present together in mixture.

 

  • Estimation of carbonate and bicarbonate present together in a mixture.
  • Estimation of free alkali present in different soaps/detergents

 

  • Oxidation-Reduction Titrimetry

 

  • Estimation of Fe(II) and oxalic acid using standardized KMnO4

 

  • Estimation of oxalic acid and sodium oxalate in a given mixture.
  • Estimation of Fe(II) with K2Cr2O7 using internal (diphenylamine, anthranilic acid) and external indicator.

 

Reference text:

 

  1. Vogel, A.I. A Textbook of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis, ELBS.

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY- I

 

UNIT-1: CHEMICAL KINETICS

Rate of reaction, Rate equation, Factors influencing the rate of reaction- concentration, temperature, pressure, catalyst. Order of reaction,  integrated rate expression for zero order, first order, second order reaction. Half life period of a reaction,  methods for determination of order of reaction.

Effect of temperature on the rate of reaction, Arrhenius equation, Theories of reaction rate- simple collision theory for unimolecular and bimolecular collision.

 Unit-2 ELECTROCHEMISTRY-I

Electrolytic conduction, factors affecting electrolytic conduction, specific conductance, molar conductance, equivalent conductance and relation among them, Arrhenius theory of ionization, Ostwald’s dilution law, Debye-Huckel equation, Transport number, definition and determination of Hittorf’s methods.

UNIT-3 SOLID STATE

Classification of solids, laws of crystallography- (i) Law of constancy of interfacial angles (ii) Laws of rationality of indices (iii) Law of symmetry

Definition of unit cell and space lattice, Bravais lattices, crystal system. X-ray diffraction by crystals, derivation of Bragg equation,

UNIT-4 LIQUID STATE

Structure of liquids,  properties of liquids- surface tension, viscosity, vapor pressure, Refractive Index and Types of Crystals.

 

UNIT-5 GASEOUS STATE

Maxwell’s distribution of velocities and energies( derivation excluded), average velocity and most probable velocity, collision diameter, collision number, collision frequency, deviation of real gases from ideal behavior, derivation of vander Waal’s equation of state.

 

Reference Books:

  • Atkins, P. W. & Paula, J. de Atkin’s Physical Chemistry Ed., Oxford University Press

 

Ball, D. W. Physical Chemistry Thomson Press, India (2007).

Castellan, G. W. Physical Chemistry 4th Ed. Narosa (2004).

Mortimer, R. G. Physical Chemistry 3rd Ed. Elsevier: NOIDA, UP (2009).

 

 

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PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB-I

 

 

  1. Surface tension measurements.

 

  1. Determine the surface tension by (i) drop number (ii) drop weight method.

 

  1. Study the variation of surface tension of detergent solutions with concentration.
  1. Viscosity measurement using Ostwald’s viscometer.
    1. Determination of viscosity of aqueous solutions of (i) polymer (ii) ethanol and (iii) sugar at room temperature.
    2. Study the variation of viscosity of sucrose solution with the concentration of solute.
  2. Indexing of a given powder diffraction pattern of a cubic crystalline system.

 

  1. pH metry
    1. Study the effect on pH of addition of HCl/NaOH to solutions of acetic acid, sodium acetate and their mixtures.
    2. Preparation of buffer solutions of different pH
      1. Sodium acetate-acetic acid
      2. Ammonium chloride-ammonium hydroxide
    3. pH metric titration of (i) strong acid vs. strong base, (ii) weak acid vs. strong base.

 

  1. Determination of dissociation constant of a weak acid.

 

 

Reference Books

 

  • Khosla, B. D.; Garg, V. C. & Gulati, A. Senior Practical Physical Chemistry, Chand & Co.: New Delhi (2011).

 

  • Garland, C. W.; Nibler, J. W. & Shoemaker, D. P. Experiments in Physical Chemistry 8th Ed.; McGraw-Hill: New York (2003).

 

  • Halpern, A. M. & McBane, G. C. Experimental Physical Chemistry 3rd ; W.H. Freeman & Co.: New York (2003).

 

 

BMA-111 Calculus (With Elective)

 

Code

Name

Credit(6)

BMA-111

Calculus

5-1-0

 

Unit-1: Limit & Continuity : The real line and its geometrical representation; e-δ treatment of limit and continuity; Properties of limit and classification of discontinuities; Properties of continuous functions.

 

Unit-2: Differentiability: Successive differentiation; Leibnitz Theorem; Statement of Rolle's Theorem; Mean Value Theorem; Taylor and Maclaurin's Theorems; Indeterminate forms.

 

Unit 3: Applications of Differentiation : Asymptotes; Concavity, convexity and points of inflection; Curvature; Extrema; elementry curves, tangent and normal in parametric form; Polar Coordinates.

 

Unit-4: Partial Differentiation: Limits and continuity of functions of two variables; Partial derivatives;   Taylor’s theorem and Maclaurin’s Theorem for function of two variable; Maxima and minima for function of two variable.

 

Unit-5: Double and triple integrals; Change of order in double integrals. Application of Integration : length of a curve; Arc length as a parameter; Evoute & Envelope; Volumes and surface areas of solids of revolution.

Reference Books:

  1. Gorakh Prasad, Differential Calculus, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad, 2000.
  2. Gorakh Prasad, Integral Calculus, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad, 2000.
  3. Gabriel Klambauer, Mathematical Analysis, Marcel Dekkar Inc. New York 1975.
  4. Shanti Narayan, Elements of Real Analysis, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.

5Shanti Narayan, A Text Book of Vector Calculus, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.

  1. G.B. Thomas and R.L. Finney, Calculus, 9th Ed., Pearson Education, Delhi, 2005.
  2. M.J. Strauss, G.L. Bradley and K. J. Smith, Calculus, 3rd Ed., Dorling Kindersley (India) P.

Ltd. (Pearson Education), Delhi, 2007.

  1. H. Anton, I. Bivens and S. Davis, Calculus, 7th Ed., John Wiley and Sons (Asia) P. Ltd.,Singapore, 2002.

 

 

 

 

Zoology (Elective)

BIODIVERSITY-I: NON-CHORDATA

UNIT 1

Protozoa General characters and Reproduction in Protozoa.,Porifera General characters and Structural organization of Sycon.

UNIT I1

Platyhelminthes General characters: Structure and larval forms, Cnidaria General characters and Polymorphism in Cnidarians

UNIT III

Aschelminthes General characters and Life history of Ascaris and its parasitic adaptations.Annelida General characters and Adaptive radiations in Polychaeta.

UNIT IV

Arthropoda General characters and Larval forms of crustacea; metamorphosis inInsecta

UNIT V

Mollusca General characters and Torsion and detorsion Echinodermata General characters and Water-vascular system and larval forms

SUGGESTED BOOKS

  1. Barnes, R.D. Invertebrate Zoology (1982) VI Edition. Holt Saunders InternationalEdition.
  2. Barnes, R.S.K., Calow, P., Olive, P.J.W., Golding, D.W. & J.I., Spicer (2002) TheInvertebrates: A New Synthesis. III Edition.Blackwell Science.
  3. Barrington, E.J.W. (1979) Invertebrate Structure and Functions. II Edition. E.L.B.S.and Nelson.50
  4. Boradale, L.A. and Potts, E.A. (1961) Invertebrates: A Manual for the use ofStudents. Asia Publishing Home.
  5. Bushbaum, R. (1964) Animals without Backbones. University of Chicago Press.51

 

Semester II

 

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 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY – I

 

Unit-I

Basics of Organic Chemistry-I

 

Organic Compounds: Classification, and Nomenclature, Hybridization, Shapes of molecules, Influence of hybridization on bond properties.

Electronic Displacements: Inductive, electromeric, resonance and mesomeric effects, hyperconjugation and their applications; Dipole moment; Organic acids and bases; their relative strength.

Unit-II

Basics of Organic Chemistry-II

 

Homolytic and Heterolytic fission with suitable examples. Curly arrow rules, formal charges; Electrophiles and Nucleophiles; Nucleophlicity and basicity; Types, shape and their relative stability of Carbocations, Carbanions, Free radicals and Carbenes.

Introduction to types of organic reactions and their mechanism: Addition, Elimination and Substitution reactions.

 

 

Unit-III

Stereochemistry:

 

Fischer Projection, Newmann and Sawhorse Projection formulae and their interconversions; Geometrical isomerism: cis–trans and, syn-anti isomerism E/Z notations with C.I.P rules.

Optical Isomerism: Optical Activity, Specific Rotation, Chirality/Asymmetry, Enantiomers, Molecules with two or more chiral-centres, Distereoisomers, meso structures, Racemic mixture and resolution. Relative and absolute configuration: D/L and R/S designations.

 

 

Unit-IV

Chemistry of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons

 

(i) A. Carbon-Carbon sigma bonds

Chemistry of alkanes: Formation of alkanes, Wurtz Reaction, Wurtz-Fittig Reactions, Free radical substitutions: Halogenation -relative reactivity and selectivity.

 

(ii) Carbon-Carbon pi bonds:

Formation of alkenes and alkynes by elimination reactions, Mechanism of E1, E2, E1cb reactions. Saytzeff and Hofmann eliminations.

Reactions of alkenes: Electrophilic additions their mechanisms (Markownikoff/ Anti Markownikoff addition), mechanism of oxymercuration-demercuration, hydroboration-oxidation, ozonolysis, reduction (catalytic and chemical), syn and anti-hydroxylation (oxidation). 1,2-and 1,4-addition reactions in conjugated dienes and, Diels-Alder reaction; Allylic and benzylic bromination and mechanism, e.g. propene, 1-butene, toluene, ethyl benzene.

Reactions of alkynes: Acidity, Electrophilic and Nucleophilic additions. Hydration to form carbonyl compounds, Alkylation of terminal alkynes.

 

 

Unit-V

 Cycloalkanes and Conformational Analysis

Types of cycloalkanes and their relative stability, Baeyer strain theory, Conformation analysis of alkanes: Relative stability: Energy diagrams of cyclohexane: Chair, Boat and Twist boat forms; Relative stability with energy diagrams.

 

 

 

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Morrison, R. N. & Boyd, R. N. Organic Chemistry, Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 1), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 2: Stereochemistry and the Chemistry of Natural Products), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Eliel, E. L. & Wilen, S. H. Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds; Wiley: London, 1994.

 

  • Kalsi, P. S. Stereochemistry Conformation and Mechanism; New Age International, 2005.

 

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB- II

 

 

  1. Checking the calibration of the thermometer
  2. Purification of organic compounds by crystallization using the following solvents:
    1. Water

 

  1. Alcohol
  2. Alcohol-Water

 

  1. Determination of the melting points of above compounds and unknown organic compounds (Kjeldahl method and electrically heated melting point apparatus)

 

  1. Effect of impurities on the melting point – mixed melting point of two unknown organic compounds, Determination of boiling point of liquid compounds. (boiling point lower than and more than 100 °C by distillation and capillary method)

 

  1. Chromatography

 

  1. Separation of a mixture of two amino acids by ascending and horizontal paper chromatography

 

  1. Separation of a mixture of two sugars by ascending paper chromatography

 

  1. Separation of a mixture of o-and p-nitrophenol or o-and p-aminophenol by thin layer chromatography (TLC)

Reference Books

 

  • Mann, F.G. & Saunders, B.C. Practical Organic Chemistry, Pearson Education (2009)

 

  • Furniss, B.S.; Hannaford, A.J.; Smith, P.W.G.; Tatchell, A.R. Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th, Pearson (2012)

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II

 

Unit-I

Thermochemistry-I:

Intensive and extensive variables; state and path functions; isolated, closed and open systems; zeroth law of thermodynamics.

First law: Concept of heat, q, work, w, internal energy, U, and statement of first law; enthalpy, H, relation between heat capacities, calculations of q, w, U and H for reversible, irreversible and free expansion of gases (ideal and van der Waals) under isothermal and adiabatic conditions.

 

Unit-II

Thermochemistry-II :

 Heats of reactions: standard states; enthalpy of formation of molecules and ions and enthalpy of combustion and its applications; calculation of bond energy, bond dissociation energy and resonance energy from thermochemical data, effect of temperature (Kirchhoff’s equations) and pressure on enthalpy of reactions. Adiabatic flame temperature, explosion temperature.

Second Law: Concept of entropy; thermodynamic scale of temperature, statement of the second law of thermodynamics; molecular and statistical interpretation of entropy. Calculation of entropy change for reversible and irreversible processes.

Third Law: Statement of third law, concept of residual entropy, calculation of absolute entropy of molecules.

Free Energy Functions: Gibbs and Helmholtz energy; variation of S, G, A with T, V, P; Free energy change and spontaneity. Relation between Joule-Thomson coefficient and other thermodynamic parameters; inversion temperature; Gibbs-Helmholtz equation; Maxwell relations; thermodynamic equation of state.

 

Unit-III

Systems of Variable Composition:

Partial molar quantities, dependence of thermodynamic parameters on composition; Gibbs-Duhem equation, chemical potential of ideal mixtures, change in thermodynamic functions in mixing of ideal gases.

 

Unit-IV

Chemical Equilibrium:

 

Criteria of thermodynamic equilibrium, degree of advancement of reaction, chemical equilibria in ideal gases, Thermodynamic derivation of relation between Gibbs free energy of reaction and reaction quotient. Equilibrium constants and their quantitative dependence on temperature, pressure and concentration. Free energy of mixing and spontaneity; thermodynamic derivation of relations between the various equilibrium constants Kp , Kc and Kx. Le Chatelier principle (quantitative treatment); equilibrium between ideal gases and a pure condensed phase.

 

Unit-V

Solutions and Colligative Properties:

Dilute solutions; lowering of vapour pressure, Raoult’s and Henry’s Laws and their applications.

Thermodynamic derivation using chemical potential to derive relations between the four colligative properties [(i) relative lowering of vapour pressure, (ii) elevation of boiling point, (iii) Depression of freezing point, (iv) osmotic pressure] and amount of solute. Applications in calculating molar masses of normal, dissociated and associated solutes in solution.

Reference Books

  • Peter, A. & Paula, J. de. Physical Chemistry 9th , Oxford University Press (2011).

 

  • Castellan, G. W. Physical Chemistry 4th , Narosa (2004).
  • Engel, T. & Reid, P. Physical Chemistry 3rd , Prentice-Hall (2012).
  • McQuarrie, D. A. & Simon, J. D. Molecular Thermodynamics Viva Books Pvt. Ltd.: New Delhi (2004).
  • Assael, M. J.; Goodwin, A. R. H.; Stamatoudis, M.; Wakeham, W. A. & Will, S.

Commonly Asked Questions in Thermodynamics. CRC Press: NY (2011).

  • Levine, I .N. Physical Chemistry 6th, Tata Mc Graw Hill (2010).

 

  • Metz, C.R. 2000 solved problems in chemistry, Schaum Series (2006)

 

 

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PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB- II

Thermochemistry

 

  • Determination of heat capacity of a calorimeter for different volumes using change of enthalpy data of a known system (method of back calculation of heat capacity of calorimeter from known enthalpy of solution or enthalpy of neutralization).

 

  • Determination of heat capacity of the calorimeter and enthalpy of neutralization of hydrochloric acid with sodium hydroxide.

 

  • Calculation of the enthalpy of ionization of ethanoic acid.

 

  • Determination of heat capacity of the calorimeter and integral enthalpy (endothermic and exothermic) solution of salts.

 

  • Determination of basicity/proticity of a polyprotic acid by the thermochemical method in terms of the changes of temperatures observed in the graph of temperature versus time for different additions of a base. Also calculate the enthalpy of neutralization of the first step.

 

  • Determination of enthalpy of hydration of copper sulphate.

 

(g) Study of the solubility∆ of benzoic acid in water and determination of H.

 

Any other experiment carried out in the class.                                

 

 

PHYSICS-C III

(BPH-122)

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

L-T-P

Credits

4-0-0

4

Unit-I

Electric Field and Electric Potential

 

Electric field: Electric field lines. Electric flux. Gauss’ Law with applications to charge distributions with spherical, cylindrical and planar symmetry.

 

Conservative nature of Electrostatic Field. Electrostatic Potential. Laplace’s and Poisson equations. The Uniqueness Theorem. Potential and Electric Field of a dipole. Force and Torque on a dipole.

 

Electrostatic energy of system of charges. Electrostatic energy of a charged sphere. Conductors in an electrostatic Field. Surface charge and force on a conductor. Capacitance of a system of charged conductors. Parallel-plate capacitor. Capacitance of an isolated conductor. Method of Images and its application to: (1) Plane Infinite Sheet and (2) Sphere.

 

Unit-II

Dielectric Properties of Matter: Electric Field in matter. Polarization, Polarization Charges. Electrical Susceptibility and Dielectric Constant. Capacitor (parallel plate, spherical, cylindrical) filled with dielectric. Displacement vector D. Relations between E, P and D. Gauss’ Law in dielectrics.

 

Unit-III

Magnetic Field: Magnetic force between current elements and definition of Magnetic FieldB. Biot-Savart’s Law and its simple applications: straight wire and circular loop. Current Loop as a Magnetic Dipole and its Dipole Moment (Analogy with Electric Dipole). Ampere’s Circuital Law and its application to (1) Solenoid and (2) Toroid. Properties of B: curl and divergence. Vector Potential. Magnetic Force on (1) point charge (2) current carrying wire (3) between current elements. Torque on a current loop in a uniform Magnetic Field.

Unit-IV

Electromagnetic Induction & Ballistic Galvanometer: Faraday’s Law. Lenz’s Law. Self Inductance and Mutual Inductance. Reciprocity Theorem. Energy stored in a Magnetic Field. Introduction to Maxwell’s Equations. Charge Conservation and Displacement current.

Torque on a current Loop. Ballistic Galvanometer: Current and Charge Sensitivity. Electromagnetic damping. Logarithmic damping.

 

Unit-V

Electrical Circuits & Network theorems: AC Circuits: Kirchhoff’s laws for AC circuits. Complex Reactance and Impedance. Series LCR Circuit: (1) Resonance, (2) Power Dissipation and (3) Quality Factor, and (4) Band Width. Parallel LCR Circuit.

Ideal Constant-voltage and Constant-current Sources. Network Theorems: Thevenin theorem, Norton theorem, Superposition theorem,, Maximum Power Transfer theorem.

 

Reference Books:

  • Ø Electricity, Magnetism & Electromagnetic Theory, S. Mahajan and Choudhury, 2012, Tata McGraw

 

  • Ø Electricity and Magnetism, Edward M. Purcell, 1986 McGraw-Hill Education

 

  • Ø Introduction to Electrodynamics, D.J. Griffiths, 3rd Edn., 1998, Benjamin Cummings.

 

  • Ø Feynman Lectures Vol.2, R.P.Feynman, R.B.Leighton, M. Sands, 2008, Pearson Education

 

  • Ø Elements of Electromagnetics, M.N.O. Sadiku, 2010, Oxford University Press.
  • Ø Electricity and Magnetism, J.H.Fewkes & J.Yarwood. Vol. I, 1991, Oxford Univ. Press.

 

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YSICS-C III LAB

(BPH-172)

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM LAB

L-T-P

Credits

0-0-4

2

 

  1. Use a Multimeter for measuring (a) Resistances, (b) AC and DC Voltages, (c) DC Current, (d) Capacitances, and (e) Checking electrical fuses.
  2. To study the characteristics of a series RC Circuit.
  3. To determine an unknown Low Resistance using Potentiometer.
  4. To determine an unknown Low Resistance using Carey Foster’s Bridge.
  5. To compare capacitances using De’Sauty’s bridge.

 

  1. Measurement of field strength B and its variation in a solenoid (determine dB/dx)

 

  1. To verify the Thevenin and Norton theorems.

 

  1. To verify the Superposition, and Maximum power transfer theorems.

 

  1. To determine self inductance of a coil by Anderson’s bridge.

 

  1. To study response curve of a Series LCR circuit and determine its (a) Resonant frequency, (b) Impedance at resonance, (c) Quality factor Q, and (d) Band width.

 

  1. To study the response curve of a parallel LCR circuit and determine its (a) Anti-resonant frequency and (b) Quality factor Q.

 

  1. Measurement of charge and current sensitivity and CDR of Ballistic Galvanometer

 

  1. Determine a high resistance by leakage method using Ballistic Galvanometer.

 

  1. To determine self-inductance of a coil by Rayleigh’s method.

 

  1. To determine the mutual inductance of two coils by Absolute method.

NOTE: Each student is required to perform at least seven experiments.

Reference Books

 

  • Ø Advanced Practical Physics for students, B.L. Flint and H.T. Worsnop, 1971, Asia Publishing House

 

  • Ø A Text Book of Practical Physics, I.Prakash & Ramakrishna, 11th, 2011, Kitab Mahal

 

  • Ø Advanced level Physics Practicals, Michael Nelson and Jon M. Ogborn, 4th Edition, reprinted 1985, Heinemann Educational Publishers

 

  • Ø A Laboratory Manual of Physics for undergraduate classes, D.P.Khandelwal, 1985, Vani Pub.

 

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                                      Botany (Elective Subject)

Unit 1

Plant Diversity

Algae, Fungi and Lichen: Salient features, habitat, range of thallus structure, reproduction and broad classification of algae; General account, classification and reproduction in fungi; Economic importance of algae, fungi and Mycorrhiza

Unit 2

Brief account of Lichen and Economic importance of lichens.

Bryophytes: General characteristics, broad classification and reproduction in Bryophytes ,Economic importance of Bryophytes.

Unit 3

Pteridophytes

General characteristics, broad classification and reproduction in Pteridophytes, Evolution of stellar system.

Unit 4

Gymnosperms

Salient features and diagnostic characters of; Distribution in India, Heterospory , Economic Importance with reference to Wood, Resins, Essential oils and Drugs

Unit 5

Angiosperms

Salient feature , Role of Herbaria and Botanical Gardens, Broad outline of Bentham & Hooker system of classification with merits and demerits

 

References

  1. Lee, R.E. 2008. Phycology, Fourth Edition, Cambridge University Press, USA.
  2. Bilgrami, K.S. and Saha, L.C., 2001, A Text Book of Algae, CBS Publishers, New Delhi.

Kumar, H.D. 1999. Introductory Phycology. East-west Press Pvt ltd., Delhi.

  1. Alexopolous, C.J. , Mims, C.W. and Blackwell, M. (1996), Introductory Mycology, John Wiley and Sons, New York.
  2. Bold, H.C. & Wayne, M.J. 1996 (2nd Ed.) Introduction to Algae.

 

 

 

 

 

Semester III

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GREEN CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY

 

UNIT-1: INTRODUCTION TO GREEN CHEMISTRY

Green chemistry -Principle of atom economy. Examples of reactions following the principles of green chemistry and atom economy. Green Preparation of propene, Green synthesis of Ibuprofen

UNIT-II MICROWAVE MEDIATED ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

Microwave activation – advantage of microwave exposure – specific effects of microwave – Neat reactions– solid supported reactions (with two specific examples) -functional group transformation – oxidation - reduction reactions.Solvent free one pot synthesis of phthalocyanine complex of copper (II).

UNIT-III IONIC LIQUIDS

Introduction –classification of ionic liquids- synthesis of ionic liquids – physical properties –recyclability- applications of ionic liquids for the following reactions –alkylation, hydroformylation, Friedel-Craft reaction and Diels-Alder reaction.

UNIT-4 ENZYMES:

Nomenclature, Characteristics (mention of Ribozymes), Classification; Active site,

Mechanism of enzyme action, Stereospecificity of enzymes, Coenzymes and cofactors, Enzyme

inhibitors, Introduction to Biocatalysis: Importance in “Green Chemistry” and Chemical Industry.

 

UNIT-5: CARBOHYDRATES & PROTEIN:

Biological importance of carbohydrates, Metabolism, Cellular currency of energy (ATP), Glycolysis, Alcoholic and Lactic acid fermentations, Krebs cycle.

 Proteins: classification, biological importance; Primary, secondary and tertiary structures of

proteins: α-helix and β- pleated sheets, Denaturation of proteins

Reference Books:

 

  • Lee, J.D. Concise Inorganic Chemistry, ELBS, 1991.
  • Douglas, B.E; Mc Daniel, D.H. & Alexander, J.J. Concepts & Models of Inorganic Chemistry 3rd, John Wiley Sons, N.Y. 1994.
  • Greenwood, N.N. & Earnshaw. Chemistry of the Elements, Butterworth-Heinemann. 1997.
  • Cotton, F.A. & Wilkinson, G. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, Wiley, VCH, 1999.

 

 

GREEN CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS (THIRD SEMESTER)

  

  1. To determine the turbidity of given water sample by turbidity meter.
  2. To determine the BOD of water sample by titration method
  3. To determine the COD of water sample.
  4. To determine the pollution level in water sample by coagulation method with inorganic coagulant.
  5. To observe the decrease in pollution level in water sample by coagulation-flocculation method with inorganic coagulant and organic polymers.
  6. To optimize the pH of sugar industrial waste water with the help of lime.
  7. Effect of pH on action of salivary amylase.
  8. Effect of temperature on the action of salivary amylase.
  9. Study the activity of trypsin using fresh tissue extracts.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Vogel, A.I. A Textbook of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis, ELBS. 1978

 

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II

 

 

UNIT-1: ALKENES & DIENES

Nomenclature of alkenes, mechanism of dehydration of alcohols and dehydrohalogenation of alkyl halides. Saytzeff rule, Hofmann elimination, physical properties and relative stabilities of alkenes.Chemical reactions of alkenes – mechanisms involved in hydrogenation, electrophilic and free radical additions, Markownikoff’s rule, hydroboration- oxidation,  reduction, ozonolysis, hydration, hydroxylation and oxidation  with KMnO4, polymerization of alkenes, substitution at allylic and vinylic positions of alkenes. Industrial application of ethylene and propene.

Nomenclature and classification of dienes: isolated, conjugated and cumulated dienes. Structure of butadiene, Chemical reactions – 1, 2 and 1, 4 additions (elecrophilic & free radical mechanisms), Diels –Alder reaction.

 

UNIT-2: ALKYNES

 Nomenclature, structure and bonding in alkynes. Methods of formation. Chemical reactions of alkynes, acidity of alkynes. Mechanism of elecrophilic and nucleophilic addition reactions, hydroboration – oxidation of alkynes, metal –ammonia reductions, oxidation and polymerization.

 

 

 

UNIT-3: ALKYL &  ARYL HALIDES

Nomenclature and classes of alkyl halides, methods of formation, chemical reactions. Mechanisms and stereochemistry of nucleophilic substitution reactions of alkyl halides, SN2 and SN1 reactions with energy profile diagrams.

Methods of formation and reactions of aryl halides, the addition elimination and the elimination – addition mechanisms of nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions.

Relative reactivities of alkyl halides vs allyl, vinyl and aryl halides.

 

UNIT-4: ARENES AND AROMATICITY

Nomenclature of benzene derivatives: Aromatic nucleus and side chain, Structure of benzene: Molecular formula and Kekule structure Aromaticity:  Huckel rule, aromatic ions, anti-aromatic, non -aromatic compounds.Aromatic electrophilic substitution – general pattern of the mechanism, mechanism of nitration, halogenations, sulphonation, and friedel – crafts reaction. Energy profile diagrams. Activating deactivating substituent, orientation and ortho/para ratio. Side chain reactions of benzene derivatives, Birch reduction. Methods of formation and chemical reactions of alkyl benzenes, alkyl benzenes and byphenyl.

 

UNIT-5: POLY NUCLEAR HYDROCARBONS

Haworth synthesis of naphthalein and phenanthene, Pschorr synthesis of phenanthrene, synthesis of anthracene involving Friedal craft acylation of benzene with phthalic anhydride and Diels-Alder reaction between 1,3-butadiene and 1,4- naphthaquinone, reaction of naphthalene, anthracene and phenanthrene, relative reactivities at different positions and mechanism of electrophilic substitution reactions in naphthalene, anthracene and phenanthracene.    

Reference Books:

 

Morrison, R. T. & Boyd, R. N. Organic Chemistry, Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 1), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

                     

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS (THIRD SEMESTER)

 

  1. Preparation and purification through crystallization or distillation and ascertaining their purity

through melting or boiling point:

  • Phenyl benzoate from phenol and benzoyl chloride
  • M-dinitrobenzene from nitrobenzene(use 1:2 conc. HNO3 - H2SO4 mixture if fuming HNO3 is not available).
  • Picric acid
  • Aspirin from salicylic acid
  1. To study the differential extraction of compounds.
  2. Crystallization and decolourization of impure naphthalene from ethanol.
  3. Mixed M.P determination of urea & Cinnamic acid mixture of various composition(1:4,1:1 & 4:1)

Reference Books

 

  • Mann, F.G. & Saunders, B.C. Practical Organic Chemistry, Pearson Education (2009)

 

  • Furniss, B.S.; Hannaford, A.J.; Smith, P.W.G.; Tatchell, A.R. Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th, Pearson (2012)
  • Ahluwalia, V.K. & Aggarwal, R. Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Preparation and Quantitative Analysis, University Press (2000).
  • Ahluwalia, V.K. & Dhingra, S. Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Qualitative Analysis, University Press (2000).

 

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PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY- III

 

UNIT-1: THERMODYNAMICS 

Definition of thermodynamics terms: system, surrounding, types of systems, intensive and extensive properties. State and path functions, Thermodynamic processes. Concept of heat and work. Zeroth Law of thermodynamics, first law of thermodynamics: statement, definition of internal energy and enthalpy. Heat capacity, heat capacities at constant volume and pressure and their relationship. Joule’s law – joule – Thomson coefficient for ideal gas and real gas: and inversion temperature. Calculation of work done, heat, internal energy, enthalpy for the expansion of ideal gases under isothermal and adiabatic conditions for reversible process.

 

UNIT-2: PHASE EQUILIBRIUM

Statement and meaning of the terms: phase component and degree of freedom thermodynamic derivation of Gibbs phase rule, phase rule, phase equilibria of one component system- example water and sulphur systems. Phase equilibrium of two components system solid liquid equilibria: simple eutectic example Pb -Ag system, desilverization of lead, congruent system (Zn-Mg system), incongruent system (Na-K system).

UNIT-3: SURFACE CHEMISTRY

Adsorption by solids, Application of adsorption, Adsorption of gases by solids, Factors influencing the adsorption, Langmuir theory of adsorption, Adsorption from solution, Gibbs adsorption isotherm.

 

UNIT-4:  DISTRIBUTION LAW

Nernst distribution law, conditions for the validity of Nernst distribution law, Derivation of molecular complexity from distribution law. Application of distribution law i.e. calculation of solubility of solute in solvent, determination of equilibrium constant from distribution law, distribution indicator, process of extraction and determination of degree of hydrolysis and study of complex ion formation, limitation of distribution law.

 

UNIT-5: ELECTROCHEMISTRY – II

Kohlarausch’s Law, calculation of molar ionic conductance and effect of viscosity, temperature & pressure on it. Application of Kohlarausch’s law in calculation of conductance of weak electrolytes at infinite dilution.

Application of conductivity measurements: determination of degree of dissociation, determination of Ka of acids, determination of solubility product of sparingly soluble salts, conductance titrations. Definition of pH and pKa, Buffer action, Buffer mechanism of buffer action.

 

Reference Books:

         Peter Atkins & Julio De Paula, Physical Chemistry 9th Ed., Oxford University  Press (2010).

  • Castellan, G. W. Physical Chemistry, 4th, Narosa (2004).
  • McQuarrie, D. A. & Simon, J. D., Molecular Thermodynamics, Viva Books Pvt. Ltd.: New Delhi (2004).
  • Engel, T. & Reid, P. Physical Chemistry 3rd , Prentice-Hall (2012).
  • Assael, M. J.; Goodwin, A. R. H.; Stamatoudis, M.; Wakeham, W. A. & Will, S.

 

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS -III

    

  1. To determine the melting point and eutectic point of given mixture
  2. To determine the partition coefficient of benzoic acid between water and benzene at room temperature.
  3. Buffer Solution:

Preparation of buffer solution.

NH4Cl - NH4OH and determination of pH of buffer solution

CH3COOH and CH3 COONa and determination of pH of buffer solution.

  1. Surface Tension measurement (Use of organic solvent excluded)

(a) Determination of surface tension by drop number method & drop weight method

  • Variation of surface tension of detergent solution with concentration.
  1. Phase equilibria: Construction of phase diagram of

(a) Simple eutectic system

(b) Congruent melting point using cooling curve.

 

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Khosla, B. D.; Garg, V. C. & Gulati, A. Senior Practical Physical Chemistry, Chand & Co.: New Delhi (2011).

 

 

  • Garland, C. W.; Nibler, J. W. & Shoemaker, D. P. Experiments in Physical Chemistry 8th; McGraw-Hill: New York (2003).

 

  • Halpern, A. M. & McBane, G. C. Experimental Physical Chemistry 3rd ; W.H. Freeman & Co.: New York (2003).

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-230

Differential Equations-I(Elective)

 

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Geometrical meaning of a differential equation. Exact differential equations, integrating factors. First order higher degree equations solvable for x,y,p Lagrange’s equations, Clairaut’s equations. Equation reducible to Clairaut’s form.

Unit-2: Linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Homogeneous linear ordinary differential equations. Equations reducible to homogeneous equation.

Unit -3: Method of variations of parameters.  Method of undetermined coefficients. Reduction of order of a differential equation. Linear differential equations of second order: Reduction to normal form.

Unit-4: Transformation of the equation by changing the dependent variable/ the independent variable. Solution by operators of non-homogeneous linear differential equations.

Unit-5: Ordinary simultaneous differential equations. Solution of simultaneous differential equations involving operators x (d/dx) or t (d/dt) etc. Simultaneous equation of the form dx/P = dy/Q = dz/R. Total differential equations. Condition for Pdx + Qdy +Rdz = 0 to be exact. General method of solving Pdx + Qdy + Rdz = 0 by taking one variable constant.

Reference Books:

  1. B.Rai & D.P. Chaudhary : Ordinary Differential Equations; Narosa, Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
  2. D.A. Murray : Introductory Course in Differential Equations. Orient Longaman (India)

 

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-III

 

 

UNIT-1: CHEMISTRY OF ELEMENTS OF IST TRANSITION SERIES:

Definition of transition elements, position in the periodic table, General characteristics & properties of Ist transition elements, Structures & properties of some compounds of transition elements– TiO2, VOCl2 , FeCl3 , CuCl2 and Ni (CO)4

 

UNIT-2: CHEMISTRY OF ELEMENTS OF IIND & IIIRD TRANSITION SERIES:

General characteristics and properties of the IInd and IIIrd transition elements Comparison of properties of 3d elements with 4d & 5d elements with reference only to ionic radii, oxidation state, magnetic and Spectral properties and stereochemistry.

 

UNIT-3: LANTHANIDES:

Comparative study of lanthanide elements with respect to electronic configuration atomic and ionic radii, oxidation state and complex formation, lanthanide contraction. Separation of lanthanides. Application of lanthanide complexes.

 

UNIT-4: COORDINATION COMPOUNDS

Werner's coordination theory, effective atomic number concept, chelates, nomenclature of coordination compounds, isomerism in coordination compounds, valence bond theory of transition metal complexes,

 

UNIT-5: HALOGEN FAMILY

Basic properties of halogen, interhalogens types properties, hydro and oxyacids of chlorine – structure and comparison of acid strength.

 

Reference Books:

  • Purcell, K.F & Kotz, J.C. Inorganic Chemistry W.B. Saunders Co, 1977.

 

  • Huheey, J.E., Inorganic Chemistry, Prentice Hall, 1993.

 

  • Lippard, S.J. & Berg, J.M. Principles of Bioinorganic Chemistry Panima Publishing Company 1994.

 

  • Cotton, F.A. & Wilkinson, G, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry. Wiley-VCH, 1999

 

  • Basolo, F, and Pearson, R.C., Mechanisms of Inorganic Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, NY, 1967.
  • Greenwood, N.N. & Earnshaw A., Chemistry of the Elements, Butterworth-Heinemann,1997.

 

 

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS (FOURTH SEMESTER)

 

  1. Semi micro qualitative analysis of mixture containing not more than four radicals (including interfering and excluding insoluble):

Pb2+, Hg2+, Hg2+, Ag+, Bi3+, Cu2+, Cd2+, As3+, Sb3+, Sn2+, Fe3+, Cr3+, Al3+, Co2+, Ni2+, Mn2+,  Zn2+, Ba2+, Sr2+,Ca2+,Mg2+,NH4+, CO32 -, S2 -,SO32 -, S2O32 -, NO2-, CH3COO-, Cl-,Br-, I-, NO3-, SO42 -,C2O42 -, PO43 -.

  1. Inorganic preparations:
  • Cuprous chloride
  • Manganese (II) phosphate

 

Reference Book:

 

  1. Vogel, A.I. A text book of Quantitative Analysis, ELBS 1986.

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-III

 

UNIT-1: ALCOHOLS

Monohydric alcohols­­­—nomenclature, methods of formation by reduction of aldehydes, ketones,

Carboxylic acids and esters. Hydrogen bonding. Acidic nature, Reactions of alcohols. Dihydric alcohols- nomenclature, methods of formation, chemical reactions of vicinal glycols, oxidative cleavage [Pb(OAc)4 and HIO4 ] and pinacol-pinacolone rearrangement.

 

UNIT-2:EPOXIDES

Synthesis of epoxides, acid and base-catalyzed ring opening of epoxides, orientation of epoxide ring opening, reactions of Grignard and organolithium reagents with epoxides

 

UNIT-3: PHENOLS

Nomenclature, structure and bonding, preparation of phenols, physical properties and acidic character. Comparative acidic strengths of alcohols and phenols, resonance stabilization of phenoxide ion. Reactions of phenols — electrophilic aromatic substitution, Mechanisms of Fries rearrangement, Claisen rearrangement, Reimer-Tiemann reaction, Kolbe’s reaction and Schotten and Baumann reactions.

 

UNIT-4: CARBOXYLIC ACIDS

Nomenclature, structure and bonding, physical properties, acidity of carboxylic acids, effects of substituents on acid strength, Preparation of carboxylic acids. Reactions of carboxylic acids. Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky reaction. Synthesis of acid chlorides, esters and amides, reduction of carboxylic acids. Mechanism of decarboxylation. Methods of formation and chemical reactions of halo acids. Hydroxy acids: malic, tartaric and citric acids. Methods of formation and chemical reactions of unsaturated monocarboxylic acids. Industrial manufacture of acetic acid and benzoic acid (flow sheet diagram). Dicarboxylic acids: methods of formation and effect of heat and dehydrating agents.

 

UNIT-5: CARBOXYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES

Structure and nomenclature of acid chlorides, esters, amides (urea) and acid anhydrides, relative stability of acyl derivatives. Physical properties, interconversion of acid derivatives by nucleophilic acyl substitution, Preparation of carboxylic acid derivatives, chemical reactions. Mechanisms of esterification and hydrolysis (acidic and basic).

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Morrison, R. T. & Boyd, R. N. Organic Chemistry, Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 1), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 2: Stereochemistry and the Chemistry of Natural Products), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Acheson, R.M. Introduction to the Chemistry of Heterocyclic compounds, John Welly & Sons (1976).

 

  • Graham Solomons, T.W. Organic Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

 

  • Kalsi, P. S. Textbook of Organic Chemistry 1st , New Age International (P)

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB-III

  1. Systematic identification (detection of extra elements, functional groups, determination of melting point or boiling point and preparation of at least one pure solid derivative) of the following simple Compound: Naphthalene, anthracene, acenaphthene, benzyl chloride, p-dichlorobenzene, m-dinitrobenzene, p-nitrotoluene, resorcinol, hydroquinone, α-naphthol, β-naphthol, benzophenone, ethyl-methyl ketone, benzaldehyde, vanillin.
  2. To find out equivalent weight of acid (neutralization and silver salt method).

 

Reference Books

 

  • Mann, F.G. & Saunders, B.C. Practical Organic Chemistry, Pearson Education (2009)

 

  • Furniss, B.S.; Hannaford, A.J.; Smith, P.W.G.; Tatchell, A.R. Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th, Pearson (2012)
  • Ahluwalia, V.K. & Aggarwal, R. Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Preparation and Quantitative Analysis, University Press (2000).
  • Ahluwalia, V.K. & Dhingra, S. Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Qualitative Analysis, University Press (2000).

 

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PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-IV

 

UNIT-1 THERMOCHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENERGIES:

Definition of important terms used in thermochemistry. Energy changes during chemical Reactions, derivation of 1st law of thermodynamic. Heat of reaction, enthalpy and enthalpy change, bond energy and its calculation. Hess's law of heat summation and its application for the calculation of various enthalpies of reaction. Spontaneous processes. Criteria of spontaneity.

 

UNIT-2 THERMODYNAMICS - II

Second law of thermodynamics. Need of the law, different definitions of the law, Thermodynamic scale of temperature. Concept of entropy, entropy as a state function of V and T, entropy as a function of P and T. Entropy change in physical processes.  Entropy as criteria of Spontaneity and equilibrium. Entropy change in ideal gases and mixing of gases, work function, Gibb’s free energy function. Gibbs function (G) and Helmholtz function (A) as thermodynamic function. Criteria of spontaneity of reversible processes in terms of enthalpy change, entropy change, work function and free energy function. Variation of G and A with P, V and T. Gibb Helmholtz equation and its application , Third law of thermodynamics and its applications. Partial molar quantities. Chemical potential. Gibb's Duhem equation. Gibb’s adsorption equation and its application.

 

 

UNIT-3 COLLOIDAL STATES

Colloids, classification of colloids, solids in liquids (sols) properties: Kinetic, optical and Electrical, stability of colloids, protective colloids, Hardy-schulze Rule, gold number, Emulsion types of emulsion and their preparation, Emulsifier. Gels (liquid in solids): Classification and properties, General application of colloids.

 

UNIT-4 CRITICAL PHENOMENON

Critical temperaturecritical pressure, critical volume and their determination. PV isotherms of real gases, continuity of states, the isotherms of Vander Waal’s equation, relationship between critical constants and Vander Waal’s constants. Critical compressibility factor, the law of corresponding states. Liquefaction of gases.

 

UNIT-5 NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY:

Radioactivity, Properties of radiation, detection & measurement of radioactivity, types of radioactive decay, Group displacement law, rate of radioactive decay, half life, calculation of half life, radioactive dating, nuclear reactions: nuclear fission and nuclear fusion reaction. Nuclear binding energy.

 

Reference Books:

  • Atkins, P.W & Paula, J.D. Physical Chemistry, 9th, Oxford University Press (2011).
  • Castellan, G. W. Physical Chemistry 4th , Narosa (2004).
  • Mortimer, R. G. Physical Chemistry 3rd , Elsevier: NOIDA, UP (2009).
  • Barrow, G. M., Physical Chemistry 5th , Tata McGraw Hill: New Delhi (2006).

 

  • Engel, T. & Reid, P. Physical Chemistry 3rd , Prentice-Hall (2012).
  • Rogers, D. W. Concise Physical Chemistry Wiley (2010).
  • Silbey, R. J.; Alberty, R. A. & Bawendi, M. G. Physical Chemistry 4th , John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2005).

 

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB- IV

 

  1. To determine the enthalpy of neutralization of strong acid/ strong base.
  2. To determine the enthalpy of ionization of ethanoic acid.
  3. To determine the solubility of benzoic acid in water at room temperature.
  1. Determination of enthalpy of hydration of CuSO4.
  2. Determination of basicity of polyprotic acid by thermochemical methods in terms of change of temperature observed in the graph.
  3. Determination of heat capacity of calorimeter and integral enthalpy (Endothermic & Exothermic).
  4. To determine parachor value of –CH2 group.
  5. To determine the viscosity index of given oil by Redwood viscometer-I

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Khosla, B. D.; Garg, V. C. & Gulati, A. Senior Practical Physical Chemistry, Chand & Co.: New Delhi (2011).

 

  • Garland, C. W.; Nibler, J. W. & Shoemaker, D. P. Experiments in Physical Chemistry 8th; McGraw-Hill: New York (2003).
  • Halpern, A. M. & McBane, G. C. Experimental Physical Chemistry 3rd ; W.H. Freeman & Co.: New York (2003).

 

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                                    BMA-231-Elementary Mathematics

 

Unit-1 Sequence and Series. Arithmetic Progression (A.P.), Arithmetic Mean (A.M.), Geometric

Progression (G.P.), general term of a G.P., sum of n terms of a G.P. Arithmetic and geometric

series, infinite G.P. and its sum, geometric mean (G.M.). Relation between A.M. and G.M. Sum to n terms of the special series :  ∑ n, ∑ n2 and  ∑ n3..

Unit-2: Matrices

Concept, notation, order, equality, types of matrices, zero matrix, transpose of a matrix, symmetric and skew symmetric matrices. Addition, multiplication and scalar multiplication of matrices, simple properties of addition, multiplication and scalar multiplication. Non-commutativity of multiplication of matrices and existence of non-zero matrices whose product is the zero matrix (restrict to square matrices of order 2). (Here all matrices will have real entries).

Unit 3: Determinants

Determinant of a square matrix (up to 3 × 3 matrices), properties of determinants, minors, cofactors and applications of determinants in finding the area of a triangle. Adjoint and inverse of a square matrix. Consistency, inconsistency and number of solutions of system of linear equations by examples, solving system of linear equations in two or three variables (having unique solution) using inverse of a matrix.

Unit 4: Differentiation

 Differentiability, derivative of composite functions, chain rule, , derivative of implicit function. Concepts of exponential, logarithmic functions. Derivatives of logeX and eX. Logarithmic differentiation. Derivative of functions expressed in parametric forms. Second order derivatives.

Rate of change, maxima and minima.Simple problems

Unit-5: Integrals

Integration as inverse process of differentiation. Integration of a variety of functions by substitution, by partial fractions and by parts. Definite integrals as a limit of a sum. Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (without proof). Basic properties of definite integrals and evaluation of definite integrals. Applications in finding the area under simple curves

Reference Books:

  1. D SHARMA FOR CLASS 11th AND 12TH MATHEMATICS
  2. S . AGRAWAL FOR CLASS 12TH MATHEMATICS

PRADEEP’S REFERENCE BOOK FOR CLASS 11TH

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Semester V

 

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-IV

                  

UNIT-1: METAL - LIGAND BONDING IN TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES:

Limitation of valence bond theory, an elementary idea of crystal-field theory, crystal field splitting in octahedral, tetrahedral and square planar complexes, factors affecting the crystal-field parameters.

 

UNIT-2: MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES:

Types of magnetic behavior, methods of determining magnetic susceptibility, spin-only formula. L-S coupling, correlation of µs and µeff values, orbital contribution to magnetic moments, application of magnetic moment data for 3d-metal complexes.

 

UNIT-3: ELECTRON SPECTRA OF TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES:

Types of electronic transitions, selection rules of d-d transitions, spectroscopic ground states, spectrochemical series, Orgel - energy level diagrame for d1 and d9 states, discussion of the electronic spectrum of [Ti (H2O)6]3+ complex ion.

 

UNIT 4 ACIDS AND BASES:

Bronsted-Lowry, Lux-Flood, Solvent System and Lewis concepts of acids and bases. Factors affecting strengths of Lewis acids and bases. HSAB theory and applications

 

UNIT-5: NON-AQUEOUS SOLVENTS

Physical properties of a solvent, types of solvents and their general characteristics, reactions in non-aqueous solvents with reference to liquid NH3 and liquid SO2

 

 

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (FIFTH SEMESTER):

                   

UNIT-I: ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY

Definition, Nature of Metal Carbon bond, classification of organometallic compounds by bond types viz. i) covalent ii) Ionic iii) Electron deficient, cluster compounds bond compounds including sandwitch derivatives. Structure and bonding in Meta carbonyls, cyclopentadienyl derivative, metal-ethylenic, metal-acetylenic complexes, Applications of organometallic compounds as homogeneous catalysts in hydrogenation, hydroformylation, polymerization, oligomerization and metathesis reactions of alkenes

and alkynes (Ziegler - Natta polymerization of ethylene and propylene).

 

UNIT-II INORGANIC POLYMER-I

Borazine, Phophazene & Sulphazene: Synthesis, properties nature of bonding, structures and applications.

 

UNIT-II INORGANIC POLYMER-I

Silicates, Phosphates & Borates: Synthesis, properties nature of bonding, structures and applications.

 

UNIT-IV BIO-INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Essential and trace elements in biological processes, bioinorganic chemistry of haemoglobin and myoglobin, vitamin B12, carboxypeptidase A and chlorophyll, biological role of alkali and alkaline earth metal ions with nitrogen fixation (special reference to Ca2+ ). Medicinal aspects of some metal complexes - platinum metal complexes as anticancer agents and their probable mechanism, anticancer activity of cu,

Co and Au complexes. Antibacterial and antiviral activity of metal complexes.

 

UNIT-V CORROSION & ITS CONTROL

Types of Corrosion: Wet corrosion, dry corrosion, galvanic corrosion, water-line corrosion, differential aeration corrosion &  stress corrosion, Factors effecting corrosion, Protection from corrosion: Barrier, sacrificial, cathodic and anodic protection.

 

INORGANIC CHEM PRACTICALS (FIFTH SEMESTER):

  1. Determination of acetic acid in commercial vinegar using NaOH
  2. Determination of alkali content - antacid tablet using HCl
  3. Estimation of calcium content in chalk as calcium oxalate by permanganometry.
  4. Gravimetric Analysis

    (i) Aluminium as oxinate

   (ii) Mg as MgNH4 PO4.6H2O

   (iii) Ba as BaSO4

  1. Synthesis of
  • Sodium hexa nitritocobaltate (III) (b) Sodium ammonium hydrogen phosphate

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-IV

 

UNIT-1: ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

Reagents-formation, structure and chemical reactions. Organozinc compounds: formation and chemical reactions. Organolithium compounds: formation and chemical reactions. Organo lead compounds: formation and chemical reactions. Organo cadmium compounds: formation and chemical reactions. Organo copper compounds: formation and chemical reactions

 

UNIT-2: ORGANOSULPHUR COMPOUNDS

Nomenclature, structural features, Methods of formation and chemical reactions of thiols, thioethers, sulphonic acids, sulphonamides and sulphaguanidine. Synthetic detergents alkyl and aryl sulphonates.

 

 

 

UNIT-3: ORGANO PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS

Nomenclature, Trivalent phosphorus compounds - trialkyl and triaryl phosphine (method of formation and reactions), Pentavalent phosphorus compounds, organic phosphoranes, phosphorus ylides, wittig reaction. Biological role of phosphorus.

 

UNIT-4: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS  

Introduction: Molecular orbital picture and aromatic characteristics of pyrrole, furan, thiophene and pyridine. Methods of synthesis and chemical reactions with particular emphasis on the mechanism of electrophilic substitution. Mechanism of nucleophilic substitution reactions in pyridine derivatives. Comparison of basicity of pyridine, piperidine and pyrrole. Introduction to condensed five and six- membered heterocycles. Prepration and reactions of indole, quinoline and isoquinoline with special reference to Fisher indole synthesis, Skraup synthesis and Bischler-Napieralski synthesis. Mechanism of electrophilic substitution reactions of indole, quinoline and isoquinoline.

 

UNIT-5: ORGANIC SYNTHESIS VIA ENOLATES

Acidity of hydrogens, alkylation of diethyl malonate and ethyl acetoacetate. Synthesis of ethyl acetoacetate: the Claisen condensation. Keto-enol tautomerism of ethyl acetoacetate. Alkylation of 1,3-dithianes. Alkylation and acylation of enamines

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (FIFTH SEMESTER)

                   

UNIT-I: NMR SPECTROSCOPY

Principle of nuclear magnetic resonance,the PMR spectrum,number of signals, peak areas, equivalent and nonequivalent protons positions of signals and chemical shift, shielding and deshielding of protons, proton counting,splitting of signals and coupling constants, magnetic equivalence of protons. Discussion of PMR spectra of the molecules: ethyl bromide, n-propyl bromide, isopropyl bromide, 1, 1-dibromoethane, 1, 1, 2-tribromoethane, ethanol, acetaldehyde, ethyl acetate, toluene, benzaldehyde, acetophenone, p-anisidine and p-nitrotoluene. Simple problems on PMR spectroscopy for structure determination of organic compounds.

 

UNIT-II: MASS SPECTROSCOPY

Introduction, instrumentation, mass spectrum, determination of molecular formula, parent peak and base peak, recognition of molecular ion peak, fragmentation pattern of alkanes, alkenes and benzene.

 

UNIT-III: CARBOHYDRATES: CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE

Monosaccharides, mechanism of osazone formation, interconversion of glucose and fructose, chain lengthening and chain shortening of aldoses. Configuration of monosaccharides. Erythro and threo diastereomers. Conversion of glucose into mannose. Formation of glycosides, ethers and esters. Determination of ring size of glucose and fructose. Open chain and cyclic structure of D (+)-glucose & D (-) fructose. Mechanism of mutarotation.

 

UNIT-IV: CARBOHYDRATES : STRUCTURES OF RIBOSE AND DEOXYRIBOSE.

An introduction to disaccharides (maltose, sucrose and lactose) and polysaccharides (starch and cellulose) involving structure determination.

 

UNIT-5: SYNTHETIC DYES

Color and constitution (electronic concept). Classification of dyes. Chemistry and synthesis of Methyl orange, Congo red, and Malachite green, Crystal violet, Phenolphthalein, Fluorescein, Alizarin and Indigo.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Berg, J.M., Tymoczko, J.L. and Stryer, L. (2006) Biochemistry. VIth Edition. W.H. Freeman and Co.

 

     Nelson, D.L., Cox, M.M. and Lehninger, A.L. (2009) Principles of Biochemistry. IV     

         Edition. W.H. Freeman and Co.

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC CHEM LAB-IV

 

  1. Systematic identification (detection of extra elements, functional groups, determination of melting point or boiling point and preparation of at least one pure solid derivative ) of the following simple mono and bifunctional organic compounds. oxalic acid, succinic acid, benzoic acid, salicylic acid, aspirin, phthalic acid, cinnamic acid, benzamide, urea, acetanilide, benzamide, aniline hydrochloride, p-toluidine, phenyl salicylate(salol), glucose, fructose, sucrose, o-,m-, p-nitroanilines, thiourea.
  2. Estimation of phenol (bromide- bromate method) and aniline (bromide-bromate and acetylation method).

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Manual of Biochemistry Workshop, 2012, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi.

 

  • Arthur, I. V. Quantitative Organic Analysis,

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-IV (FIFTH SEMESTER)

 

UNIT-I:CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM

Types of Reactions (reversible and irreversible) Equilibrium state. Le-chatelier Principle. Law of mass action and its application to derive the law of chemical equilibrium. Thermodynomical derivation of law of chemical equilibrium. Equilibrium constant and free energy function, isotherms and reaction isochor, Clausius -Clapeyron equation and its application.

 

UNIT-2 PHOTO CHEMISTRY:

Interaction of radiation with matter. Photo chemical reactions and their difference with thermal reaction law of photo chemistry. Grothus- Drapper law, Stark- Einstein law, Lambert law, Beer's law. Jablonski diagram depicting various processes occurring in the excited state qualitative description of Fluorescence, phosphorescence, non-radiation processes (internal conversion, inter system crossing) quantum yield, photosensitized reactions, energy transfer processes (some simple examples), chemiluminescence.

 

UNIT-3 SOLUTION

Ideal and non-ideal solution, Normality, Molarity, Methods of expressing concentrations of solution, activity and activity coefficient. Dilute solution, concentatred solution, Raoults law. Abnormal molar mass. Degree of dissociation and association of solutes

 

UNIT-4:COLLIGATIVE  PROPERTIES

Colligative properties, Relative lowering of vapor pressure. Molecular weight determination, osmotic law of osmotic pressure and its measurements. Determination of molecular weight by osmotic pressure method. Elevation of boiling point and depression in freezing point. Thermodynamic derivation of relation between molecular weight and elevation in boiling point and depression in freezing point. experimental methods for determining various colligative properties.

 

UNIT-5:STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS

Statistical thermodynamics of Maxwell Boltzmann distribution law. Maxwell-Boltzmann law and the concept of negative temperature, Maxwell-Boltzmann law of distribution of energy and velocity (evaluation of energy). Derivation of equation of states for a monatomic ideal gas.

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY- V

 

Unit-I

Quantum Chemistry

 

Postulates of quantum mechanics, quantum mechanical operators, Schrödinger equation and its application to free particle and “particle-in-a-box” (rigorous treatment), quantization of energy levels, zero-point energy and Heisenberg Uncertainty principle; wavefunctions, probability distribution functions, nodal properties, Extension to two and three dimensional boxes, separation of variables, degeneracy.Qualitative treatment of simple harmonic oscillator model of vibrational motion: Setting up of Schrödinger equation and discussion of solution and wavefunctions. Vibrational energy of diatomic molecules and zero-point energy.Angular momentum: Commutation rules, quantization of square of total angular momentum and z-component. Rigid rotator model of rotation of diatomic molecule. Schrödinger equation, transformation to spherical polar coordinates. Separation of variables. Spherical harmonics. Discussion of solution. Qualitative treatment of hydrogen atom and hydrogen-like ions: setting up of Schrödinger equation in spherical polar coordinates, radial part, quantization of energy (only final energy expression). Average and most probable distances of electron from nucleus.Setting  up  of  Schrödinger  equation  for  many-electron  atoms  (He,  Li).  Need  for approximation methods. Statement of variation theorem and application to simple systems (particle-in-a-box, harmonic oscillator, hydrogen atom).

 

Unit-II

Chemical bonding:

Covalent bonding, valence bond and molecular orbital approaches, LCAO-MO treatment of H2 +. Bonding and antibonding orbitals. Qualitative extension to H2. Comparison of LCAO-MO and VB treatments of H2 (only wavefunctions, detailed solution not required) and their limitations. Refinements of the two approaches (Configuration Interaction for MO, ionic terms in VB). Qualitative description of LCAO-MO treatment of homonuclear and heteronuclear diatomic molecules (HF, LiH). Localised and non-localised molecular orbitals treatment of triatomic (BeH2, H2O) molecules. Qualitative MO theory and its application to AH2 type molecules.

 

Unit-III

Molecular Spectroscopy:

 

Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with molecules and various types of spectra; Born-Oppenheimer approximation. Rotation spectroscopy: Selection rules, intensities of spectral lines, determination of bond lengths of diatomic and linear triatomic molecules, isotopic substitution. Vibrational spectroscopy: Classical equation of vibration, computation of force constant, amplitude of diatomic molecular vibrations, anharmonicity, Morse potential, dissociation energies, fundamental frequencies, overtones, hot bands, degrees of freedom for polyatomic molecules, modes of vibration, concept of group frequencies. Vibration-rotation spectroscopy: diatomic vibrating rotator, P, Q, R branches.

Raman spectroscopy: Qualitative treatment of Rotational Raman effect; Effect of nuclear spin, Vibrational Raman spectra, Stokes and anti-Stokes lines; their intensity difference, rule of mutual exclusion.

Electronic spectroscopy: Franck-Condon principle, electronic transitions, singlet and triplet states, fluorescence and phosphorescence, dissociation and predissociation, calculation of electronic transitions of polyenes using free electron model.

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy: Principles of NMR spectroscopy, Larmor precession, chemical shift and low resolution spectra, different scales, spin-spin coupling and high resolution spectra, interpretation of PMR spectra of organic molecules.

Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy: Its principle, hyperfine structure, ESR of simple radicals.

 

Unit-IV

Photochemistry

Characteristics of electromagnetic radiation, Lambert-Beer’s law and its limitations, physical significance of absorption coefficients. Laws, of photochemistry, quantum yield, actinometry, examples of low and high quantum yields, photochemical equilibrium and the differential rate of photochemical reactions, photosensitised reactions, quenching. Role of photochemical

reactions in biochemical processes, photostationary states, chemiluminescence.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Banwell, C. N. & McCash, E. M. Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy 4th Tata McGraw-Hill: New Delhi (2006).

 

  • Chandra, A. K. Introductory Quantum Chemistry Tata McGraw-Hill (2001).
  • House, J. E. Fundamentals of Quantum Chemistry 2nd Elsevier: USA (2004).

 

  • Lowe, J. P. & Peterson, K. Quantum Chemistry, Academic Press (2005).
  • Kakkar, R. Atomic & Molecular Spectroscopy, Cambridge University Press (2015).

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS ( FIFTH SEMESTER):

  1. To determine the refractive index of given liquid and calculation of specific and molar refractivity.
  2. Determination of concentration of binary mixture by measurement of refractive index.
  3. Setting of a Galvanic Cell and determination of cell voltage.
  4. To verify Lambert-beer Law for KMnO4 solution &determine the conc. of given unknown

      solution

  1. To verify Lambert-beer Law for CuSO4 solution &determine the conc. Of given unknown

solution of CuSO4 .

  1. To prepare the following colloidal sol: Arsenious sulphide, Ferric hydroxide sol, Aluminum hydroxide sol

 

Reference Books

 

  • Khosla, B. D.; Garg, V. C. & Gulati, A., Senior Practical Physical Chemistry, Chand & Co.: New Delhi (2011).

 

  • Garland, C. W.; Nibler, J. W. & Shoemaker, D. P. Experiments in Physical Chemistry 8th; McGraw-Hill: New York (2003).
  • Halpern, A. M. & McBane, G. C. Experimental Physical Chemistry 3rd ; W.H. Freeman & Co.: New York (2003).

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Semester VI

 

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-VI (SIXTH SEMESTER):

                  

Unit-I

Organometallic Compounds

 

VBT.π-acceptorbehaviour of CO (MO diagram of CO to be discussed), synergic effect and use of IR data to explain extent of back bonding. Zeise’s salt: Preparation and structure, evidences of synergic effect and comparison of synergic effect with that in carbonyls.

Metal Alkyls: Important structural features of methyl lithium (tetramer) and trialkylaluminium (dimer), concept of multicentre bonding in these compounds. Role of triethylaluminium in polymerisation of ethene (Ziegler – Natta Catalyst). Species present in ether solution of Grignard reagent and their structures, Schlenk equilibrium. Wacker Process, Synthetic gasoline (Fischer Tropsch reaction) Synthesis gas by metal carbonyl complexes.

 

UNIT-2: ORGANIC REAGENTS IN INORGANIC ANALYSIS:

Criteria for choice of organic reagents, use of following reagents in inorganic analysis:

DMG, cupferron, 8-hydroxyquinoline, Nitroso α- naphthol, EDTA, Acetylacetone, dithiozone, dithiocarbamate.Advantages and disadvantages of organic reagents in inorganic analysis.

 

UNIT-3:OXIDATION AND REDUCTION

Use of redox potential data - analysis of redox cycle, redox stability in water - Frost,

Latinmer and Pourbaix diagrams, Principles involved in the extraction of elements.

 

UNIT-4:INORGANIC ENGINEERING MATERIALS:

Definition, Refractories, properties of , refractories , cement, Inorganic cementing material, Gypsum plaster, cement, manufacturing of Portland cement, chemical constitution of Portland cement, chemical composition of cement, glasses & ceramics, manufacturing of glasses, types of  glasses.

 

UNIT-5: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE:

Structures of binary compounds such as zinc blende, wurtzite, NiAs, CsCl, CaF2, rutile,

Crystobalite, CdI2, BiI3, ReO3, corundum and Mn2O3, factors affecting crystalstructures.

 

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS - (SIXTH SEMESTER):

 

Inorganic Synthesis:

(a) Preparation of sodium trioxalate ferrate (III), [Na3[Fe(C2O4)3] and determination

of its composition by permaganatometry.

(b) Preparation of copper tetraammine complex [Cu(NH3)4] SO4

(c) Preparation of cis and trans- bisoxalatodiaqua chromate (III) ion.

(d) Mercuric tetrathiocyanatocobaltate (II), Hg [Co(SCN)4]

2 (a) Colorimetry: To verify Beer-Lambert law for KMno4/K2Cr2O7 and determine the

concentration of the given KMnO4/ K2Cr2O7 solution.

   (b) Solvent extraction

        Separation and estimation of Fe (II) (estimation by calorimetrically)

  1. Paper chromatography of:

Ni(II) & Co(II) ; CU(II) & Cd(II)

 

Reference Books:

Recommended Texts:

  • Vogel, A.I. Qualitative Inorganic Analysis, Longman, 1972

 

 

  • Svehla, G. Vogel's Qualitative Inorganic Analysis, 7th Edition, Prentice Hall, 1996-03-07.
  • Cotton, F.A. G.; Wilkinson & Gaus, P.L. Basic Inorganic Chemistry 3rd ; Wiley India,

 

  • Huheey, J. E.; Keiter, E.A. & Keiter, R.L. Inorganic Chemistry, Principles of Structure and Reactivity 4th, Harper Collins 1993, Pearson,2006.
  • Sharpe, A.G. Inorganic Chemistry, 4th Indian Reprint (Pearson Education) 2005
  • Douglas, B. E.; McDaniel, D.H. & Alexander, J.J. Concepts and Models in Inorganic Chemistry3rd, John Wiley and Sons, NY, 1994.

 

  • Greenwood, N.N. & Earnshaw, A. Chemistry of the Elements, Elsevier 2nd Ed, 1997 (Ziegler Natta Catalyst and Equilibria in Grignard Solution).

 

  • Lee, J.D. Concise Inorganic Chemistry 5th , John Wiley and sons 2008.

 

  • Powell, P. Principles of Organometallic Chemistry, Chapman and Hall, 1988.

 

  • Shriver, D.D. & P. Atkins, Inorganic Chemistry 2nd , Oxford University Press, 1994.

 

  • Basolo, F. & Person, R. Mechanisms of Inorganic Reactions: Study of Metal Complexes in Solution 2nd, John Wiley & Sons Inc; NY.
  • Purcell, K.F. & Kotz, J.C., Inorganic Chemistry, W.B. Saunders Co. 1977
  • Miessler, G. L. & Donald, A. Tarr, Inorganic Chemistry 4th , Pearson, 2010.

 

  • Collman, James P. et al. Principles and Applications of Organotransition Metal Chemistry. Mill Valley, CA: University Science Books, 1987.
  • Crabtree, Robert H. The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals. j

New York, NY: John Wiley, 2000.

  • Spessard, Gary O., &Gary L. Miessler. Organometallic Chemistry. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996.

 

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-VI (SIXTH SEMESTER)

 

 

UNIT-1:FATS, OIL AND DETERGENTS:

Occurrence, chemical composition and importance, hydrogenated oils, Rancidity, acid value, saponification and iodine numbers, difference between toilet and washing soaps, comparison of soap and detergents, classification and principle of cleansing action of detergents.

 

UNIT-2:POLYMERS:
Polymers, Classification on the basis of source, repeating units, sequences, method of polymerization, intermolecular interactions, atoms present. Mechanism of polymersisation.Synthesis of polymers: Nylon-6,6.; Perlon, Dacron, PAN, PVC. Natural rubber, synthetic rubber, vulcanization; Plastics; resins

 

UNIT-3:Alkaloids

Natural occurrence, General structural features, Isolation and their physiological action

Hoffmann’s exhaustive methylation, Emde’s modification, Structure, Medicinal importance elucidation and synthesis of Nicotine, cocaine, atropine.

 

UNIT-4: DRUGS

Introduction, structure and use of methylene blue, Prontosil, use of pronyosil in synthesis of other sulpha drugs. Synthesis, structure and uses of  sulphadiazine, mode of action of p-aminobenzenesulphonamide on bacteria.

UNIT-5: GENERAL ASPECTS, PREPARATION AND USES OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS:

(i) Analgesics and antipyretics: paracetamol, Aspirin, phenacetin

(ii)  Antimalarials: Chloroquinine, pamaquine, primaquine

 (iii) Antiseptics and disinfectants:  Chloro cresol, povidone – Iodine

(iv) Antibiotics:  penicillin, Chloroamphenicol

 

Reference Books:

  • Kalsi, P. S. Textbook of Organic Chemistry 1st , New Age International (P) Ltd. Pub.
  • Morrison, R. T. & Boyd, R. N. Organic Chemistry, Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Billmeyer, F. W. Textbook of Polymer Science, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

 

  • Gowariker, V. R.; Viswanathan, N. V. & Sreedhar, J. Polymer Science, New Age International (P) Ltd. Pub.

 

  • Finar, I. L. Organic Chemistry (Volume 2: Stereochemistry and the Chemistry of Natural Products), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education).

 

  • Graham Solomons, T.W. Organic Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

 

  • Clayden, J.; Greeves, N.; Warren, S.; Wothers, P.; Organic Chemistry, Oxford University Press.

 

  • Singh, J.; Ali, S.M. & Singh, J. Natural Product Chemistry, Prajati Prakashan (2010).

 

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS SIXTH SEMESTER:

 

Determination of :

(a) Acid value: Resin, Plasticizers

(b) Iodine number : Linseed oil, Castrol oil

(c) Saponification value: coconut oil, polyester.

Synthesis of the following organic compounds:

(a) p-Nitroacetanilide from acetanilide and its hydrolysis to p-nitroaniline.

 (b) Phthalimide from phthalic anhydride and its rearrangement to anthranilic acid.

(c) Benzanilide from benzophenone.
Synthesis of urea-formaldehyde and phenol-formaldehyde resin.

Paper Chromatography

Determination of Rf values and identification of organic compounds

(a) Separation of a mixture of phenylalanine and glycine. Alanine and aspartic acid.

Leucine and glutamic acid . Spray reagent-ninhydrin.

(b) Separation of mixture of D,L-alanine, glycine and L-leucine using n-butanol : acetic

acid water (4:1:5 ). Spray reagent-ninhydrin.

 

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Vogel, A.I. Quantitative Organic Analysis, Part 3, Pearson (2012).

 

  • Mann, F.G. & Saunders, B.C. Practical Organic Chemistry, Pearson Education (2009)

 

  • Furniss, B.S.; Hannaford, A.J.; Smith, P.W.G.; Tatchell, A.R. Practical Organic Chemistry, 5th, Pearson (2012)

Ahluwalia, V.K. & Aggarwal, R. Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Preparation and Quantitative Analysis, University Press (2000).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-V (SIXTH SEMESTER)

 

UNIT-1: ROTATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY

Introduction of electromagnatic radiations, regions of the spectrum, basic features of

different spectrometers. Statement of the Born-Openheimer approximation, degree of

freedom. of diatomic molecule. Energy level of a rigid rotor (semiclassical principle)

selection rule, spectral intensity. Distribution using population distribution (Maxwell-

Boltzmann distribution) determination of bond length, qualitative description of nonregid

rotator. Isotopic effect.

 

UNIT-2: VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY

Infrared spectrum: energy levels of simple harmonic oscillator. Selection  rule. Pure

vibration spectrum. Intensity determination of force constant and qualitative relation of

force constant and bond energies, effect of anharmonic motions and isotope on the

spectrum. Rotational – vibration spectrum. Calculation of energy of levels and selection rule

 

UNIT-3: RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

Quantum theory of Raman effect. Classical theory of Raman effect. Pure rotational Raman spectra. Raman activity of vibration. Vibration Raman spectra. Rotation - vibration Raman spectrum. Polarisation of light and Raman effect. Experimental technique. Application of Raman effect.

 

UNIT-4: ELECTRONIC SPECTRA

Concepts of potential energy curves for bonding and antibonding molecular orbitals. Qualitative description of selection rule. Franck-condon principle. Qualitative description of , π and δ orbitals and their energy level and their respective transition.

 

UNIT-5: ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE SPECROSCOPY:

Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy: elementary idea, Its principle, hyperfine structure, ESR of simple radicals. Application ESR spectroscopy.

 

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-VI (SIXTH SEMESTER)

 

 

UNIT-1: BLACK BODY RADIATION

Black body radiation and Planck's quantum hypothesis, Photoelectric effect and Einstein’s quantum hypothesis, Compton Effect, Bohr's model of hydrogen atom and its defects. Postulates of quantum mechanics, quantum mechanical operators, Schrödinger equation and its application to free particle and “particle-in-a-box” (rigorous treatment)

 

UNIT-2 QUANTUM MECHANICS and  SIMPLE HARMONIC OSCILLATION:

Introduction,  quantization of energy levels, zero-point energy and Heisenberg Uncertainty principle; wave functions, probability distribution functions, nodal properties, Extension to two and three dimensional boxes, separation of variables, degeneracy, Qualitative treatment of simple harmonic oscillator model of vibrational motion: Setting up of Schrödinger equation and discussion of solution and wave functions. Vibrational energy of Diatomic molecules and zero-point energy.

 

UNIT-3 HYDROGEN LIKE ATOM  :

Qualitative treatment of hydrogen atom and hydrogen-like ions: setting up of Schrödinger equation in spherical polar coordinates, radial part, quantization of energy (only final energy expression), radial distribution functions of 1s, 2s, 2p, 3s, 3p and 3d orbitals. Average and most Probable distances of electron from nucleus.  Setting up of Schrödinger equation for many-electron atoms (He, Li).Need for approximation methods. Statement of variation theorem and application to simple systems (particle-in-a-box, hydrogen atom).

 

UNIT-4 CHEMICAL BONDING:

Covalent bonding, valence bond and molecular orbital approaches, LCAO-MO treatment of H2 +. Bonding and antibonding orbitals. Qualitative extension to H2. Comparison of LCAO-MO and VB treatments of H2 (only wavefunctions, detailed solution not required) and their limitations. Refinements of the two approaches (Configuration Interaction for MO, ionic terms in VB).

 

UNIT-5 POLYMERS CHEMISTRY

Polymerisation,  classification of polymers, natural and synthetic polymers. General methods of preparation. Addition and Condesation of polymers. Number average molecular weight, Weight average molecular weight. Determination of molecular weight by osmotic, pressure method, viscosity method, light scattering method, kinetics of condensation polymerisation, kinetics of chain polymerisation, kinetics of cationic, anionic and condensation polymerisation. Copolymerisation.

 

 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL -VI (SIXTH SEMESTER)

  1. To determine the CST of phenol-water system.
  2. To determine the CST of aniline-water system.
  3. To determine molecular weight of volatile substance by Victor Meyer method.
  4. To determine molecular weight of non-volatile solute by Beckmann’s freezing methods.
  5. To determine molecular weight of non-volatile solute by Rast’s camphor method.
  6. To study adsorption of aqueous acetic acid by activated charcoal & to study adsorption isotherms.
  7.  To determine the strength of ferrous ammonium sulphate solution potentiometrically by titrating it against a standard solution of potassium permanganate.
  8. To determine the strength of ferrous ammonium sulphate solution potentiometrically by titrating it against a standard solution of potassium dichromate.
  9. To determine the strength potassium halides solution potentiometrically by titrating it against a standard solution of silver nitrate.

 

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE

ANALYTICAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY

Unit-I

Qualitative and quantitative aspects of analysis:

 

Sampling, evaluation of analytical data, errors, accuracy and precision, methods of their expression, normal law of distribution if indeterminate errors, statistical test of data; F, Q and t test, rejection of data, and confidence intervals.

Unit-II

Optical methods of analysis:

Origin of spectra, interaction of radiation with matter, fundamental laws of spectroscopy and selection rules, validity of Beer-Lambert’s law.

UV-Visible Spectrometry: Basic principles of instrumentation (choice of source, monochromator and detector) for single and double beam instrument;

Basic principles of quantitative analysis: estimation of metal ions from aqueous solution, geometrical isomers, keto-enol tautomers. Determination of composition of metal complexes using Job’s method of continuous variation and mole ratio method.

Infrared Spectrometry: Basic principles of instrumentation (choice of source, monochromator & detector) for single and double beam instrument; sampling techniques.Structural illustration through interpretation of data, Effect and importance of isotope substitution.Flame Atomic Absorption and Emission Spectrometry: Basic principles of instrumentation (choice of source, monochromator, detector, choice of flame and Burner designs. Techniques of atomization and sample introduction; Method of background correction, sources of chemical interferences and their method of removal. Techniques for the quantitative estimation of trace level of metal ions from water samples.

Unit-II

Thermal methods of analysis:

Theory of thermogravimetry (TG), basic principle of instrumentation. Techniques for quantitative estimation of Ca and Mg from their mixture.

Unit-III

Electroanalytical methods:

 

Classification of electroanalytical methods, basic principle of pH metric, potentiometric and conductometric titrations. Techniques used for the determination of equivalence points. Techniques used for the determination of pKa values.

 Unit-IV

Separation techniques:

 

Solvent extraction: Classification, principle and efficiency of the technique. Mechanism of extraction: extraction by solvation and chelation.

Technique of extraction: batch, continuous and counter current extractions.

Qualitative and quantitative aspects of solvent extraction: extraction of metal ions from aqueous solution, extraction of organic species from the aqueous and nonaqueous media.

 

Chromatography: Classification, principle and efficiency of the technique.

Mechanism of separation: adsorption, partition & ion exchange.Development of chromatograms: frontal, elution and displacement methods. Qualitative and quantitative aspects of chromatographic methods of analysis: IC, GLC, GPC, TLC and HPLC. Stereoisomeric separation and analysis: Measurement of optical rotation, calculation of Enantiomeric excess (ee)/ diastereomeric excess (de) ratios and determination of enantiomeric composition using NMR, Chiral solvents and chiral shift reagents. Chiral

Chromatographic techniques using chiral columns (GC and HPLC).  Role of computers in instrumental methods of analysis.

 

Reference Books:

  • Vogel, Arthur I: A Test book of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis (Rev. by G.H. Jeffery and others) 5th The English Language Book Society of Longman .
  • Willard, Hobert H. et al.: Instrumental Methods of Analysis, 7th Wardsworth Publishing Company, Belmont, California, USA, 1988.

 

  • Christian, Gary D; Analytical Chemistry, 6th John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2004.

 

  • Harris, Daniel C: Exploring Chemical Analysis, Ed. New York, W.H. Freeman, 2001.

 

  • Khopkar, S.M. Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry. New Age, International Publisher, 2009.

 

  • Skoog, D.A. Holler F.J. and Nieman, T.A. Principles of Instrumental Analysis, Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd. Singapore.

 

  • Mikes, O. & Chalmes, R.A. Laboratory Hand Book of Chromatographic & Allied Methods, Elles Harwood Ltd. London.

 

  • Ditts, R.V. Analytical Chemistry – Methods of separation.

 

ANALYTICAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY

 

  1. Separation Techniques

 

  1. Chromatography:

 

(a) Separation of mixtures

 

  • Paper chromatographic separation of Fe3+, Al3+, and Cr3+.

 

  • Separation and identification of the monosaccharides present in the given mixture (glucose & fructose) by paper chromatography. Reporting the Rf

 

  • Separate a mixture of Sudan yellow and Sudan Red by TLC technique and identify them on the basis of their Rf

 

  • Chromatographic separation of the active ingredients of plants, flowers and juices by TLC

 

  1. Solvent Extractions:

 

  • To separate a mixture of Ni2+ & Fe2+ by complexation with DMG and extracting the Ni2+-DMG complex in chloroform, and determine its concentration by spectrophotometry.

 

(ii) Solvent extraction of zisconium with amberliti LA-1, separation from a mixture of irons and gallium.

 

  1. Determine the pH of the given aerated drinks fruit juices, shampoos and soaps.

 

  1. Determination of Na, Ca, Li in cola drinks and fruit juices using fame photometric techniques.

 

  1. Analysis of soil:

 

  • Determination of pH of soil.

 

  • Total soluble salt

 

  • Estimation of calcium, magnesium, phosphate, nitrate 6. Ion exchange:
  • Determination of exchange capacity of cation exchange resins and anion exchange resins.

 

  • Separation of metal ions from their binary mixture.

 

  • Separation of amino acids from organic acids by ion exchange chromatography.

 

III Spectrophotometry

 

  1. Determination of pKa values of indicator using spectrophotometry.

 

2 Structural characterization of compounds by infrared spectroscopy.

 

3 Determination of dissolved oxygen in water.

4 Determination of chemical oxygen demand (COD).

5 Determination of Biological oxygen demand (BOD).

 

6 Determine the composition of the Ferric-salicylate/ ferric-thiocyanate complex by

 

Job’s method.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Vogel, Arthur I: A Test book of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis (Rev. by G.H. Jeffery and others) 5th The English Language Book Society of Longman .
  • Willard, Hobert H. et al.: Instrumental Methods of Analysis, 7th Wardsworth Publishing Company, Belmont, California, USA, 1988.

 

  • Christian, Gary D; Analytical Chemistry, 6th John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2004.

 

  • Harris, Daniel C: Exploring Chemical Analysis, Ed. New York, W.H. Freeman, 2001.

 

  • Khopkar, S.M. Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry. New Age, International Publisher, 2009.

 

  • Skoog, D.A. Holler F.J. and Nieman, T.A. Principles of Instrumental Analysis, Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd. Singapore.

 

  • Mikes, O. & Chalmes, R.A. Laboratory Hand Book of Chromatographic & Allied Methods, Elles Harwood Ltd. London.

 

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE

 

MOLECULAR MODELLING & DRUG DESIGN

 

 

Unit-I

Introduction to Molecular Modelling:

Introduction. Useful Concepts in Molecular Modelling: Coordinate Systems. Potential Energy Surfaces. Molecular Graphics. Surfaces. Computer Hardware and Software. The Molecular Modelling Literature.

 

Unit-II

Force Fields:

Fields. Bond Stretching. Angle Bending. Introduction to nonbonded interactions. Electrostatic interactions. van der Waals Interactions. Hydrogen bonding in Molecular Mechanics. Force Field Models for the Simulation of Liquid Water.

 

Unit-III

Energy Minimization and Computer Simulation:

Minimization and related methods for exploring the energy surface. Non-derivative method, First and second order minimization methods. Computer simulation methods. Simple thermodynamic properties and Phase Space. Boundaries. Analyzing the results of a simulation and estimating Errors.

 

Unit-IV

Molecular Dynamics & Monte Carlo Simulation:

 

Molecular Dynamics Simulation Methods. Molecular Dynamics using simple models. Molecular Dynamics with continuous potentials. Molecular Dynamics at constant temperature and pressure. Metropolis method. Monte Carlo simulation of molecules. Models used in Monte Carlo simulations of polymers.

 

Unit-V

Structure Prediction and Drug Design:

 

Structure prediction - Introduction to comparative Modeling. Sequence alignment. Constructing and evaluating a comparative model. Predicting protein structures by 'Threading’, Molecular docking. Structure based de novo ligand design, Drug Discovery – Chemoinformatics – QSAR.

 

Reference Books:

  • R. Leach, Molecular Modelling Principles and Application, Longman, 2001.

 

  • M. Haile, Molecular Dynamics Simulation Elementary Methods, John Wiley and Sons, 1997.

 

  • Satya Prakash Gupta, QSAR and Molecular Modeling, Springer - Anamaya Publishers, 2008.

 

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MOLECULA MODELLING & DRUG DESIGN PRACTICAL

 

  1. Compare the optimized C-C bond lengths in ethane, ethene, ethyne and benzene. Visualize the molecularσbondsorbitalsandethene,of ethyne,etha benzene

 

andπbondspyriine.

  1. (a) Perform a conformational analysis of butane. (b) Determine the enthalpy of isomerization of cis and trans 2-butene.
  • Visualize the electron density and electrostatic potential maps for LiH, HF, N2, NO and CO and comment. Relate to the dipole moments. Animate the vibrations of these molecules.

 

  1. (a) Relate the charge on the hydrogen atom in hydrogen halides with their acid character. (b) Compare the basicities of the nitrogen atoms in ammonia, methylamine, dimethylamine and trimethylamine.

 

  1. (a) Compare the shapes of the molecules: 1-butanol, 2-butanol, 2-methyl-1-propanol, and 2-methyl-2-propanol. Note the dipole moment of each molecule. (b) Show how the shapes affect the trend in boiling points: (118 ºC, 100 ºC, 108 ºC, 82 ºC, respectively).
  2. Build and minimize organic compounds of your choice containing the following functional groups. Note the dipole moment of each compound: (a) alkyl halide (b) aldehyde (c) ketone (d) amine (e) ether (f) nitrile (g) thiol (h) carboxylic acid (i) ester

 

(j) amide.

  • (a) Determine the heat of hydration of ethylene. (b) Compute the resonance energy of benzene by comparison of its enthalpy of hydrogenation with that of cyclohexene.

 

  • Arrange 1-hexene, 2-methyl-2-pentene, (E)-3-methyl-2-pentene, (Z)-3-methyl-2-pentene, and 2,3-dimethyl-2-butene in order of increasing stability.
  1. (a) Compare the optimized bond angles H2O, H2S, H2 (b) Compare the HAH bond angles for the second row dihydrides and compare with the results from qualitative MO theory.

 

Note: Software: ChemSketch, ArgusLab (www.planaria-software.com), TINKER 6.2 (dasher.wustl.edu/ffe), WebLab Viewer, Hyperchem, or any similar software.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • R. Leach, Molecular Modelling Principles and Application, Longman, 2001.

 

  • M. Haile, Molecular Dynamics Simulation Elementary Methods, John Wiley and Sons, 1997.

 

  • Satya Prakash Gupta, QSAR and Molecular Modeling, Springer - Anamaya Publishers, 2008.

 

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DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE

 

CHEMISTRY-DSE: NOVEL INORGANIC SOLIDS

 

 

Unit-I

Synthesis and modification of inorganic solids:

 

Conventional heat and beat methods, Co-precipitation method, Sol-gel methods, Hydrothermal method, Ion-exchange and Intercalation methods.

 

Unit-II

Inorganic solids of technological importance:

Solid electrolytes – Cationic, anionic, mixed Inorganic pigments – coloured solids, white and black pigments.Molecular material and fullerides, molecular materials & chemistry – one-dimensional metals, molecular magnets, inorganic liquid crystals.

 

 

Unit-III

Nanomaterials:

 

Overview of nanostructures and nanomaterials: classification.Preparation of gold and silver metallic nanoparticles, self-assembled nanostructures-control of nanoarchitecture-one dimensional control. Carbon nanotubes and inorganic nanowires. Bio-inorganic nanomaterials, DNA and nanomaterials, natural and antisical nanomaterials, bionano composites.

 

Unit-IV

Introduction to engineering materials for mechanical construction:

Composition, mechanical and fabricating characteristics and applications of various types of cast irons, plain carbon and alloy steels, copper, aluminum and their alloys like duralumin, brasses and bronzes cutting tool materials, super alloys thermoplastics, thermosets and composite materials.

 

Unit-V

Composite materials:

Introduction, limitations of conventional  engineering materials, role of matrix in composites, classification, matrix materials, reinforcements, metal-matrix composites, polymer-matrix composites, fibre-reinforced composites, environmental effects on composites, applications of composites.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Shriver & Atkins. Inorganic Chemistry, Peter Alkins, Tina Overton, Jonathan Rourke, Mark Weller and Fraser Armstrong, 5th Edition, Oxford University Press (2011-2012)

 

  • Adam, D.M. Inorganic Solids: An introduction to concepts in solid-state structural chemistry.

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL LAB: NOVEL INORGANIC SOLIDS

 

 

  1. Determination of cation exchange method

 

  1. Determination of total difference of solids.
  2. Synthesis of hydrogel by co-precipitation method.
  3. Synthesis of silver and gold metal nanoparticles.

 

Reference Book:

 

  Fahan, Materials Chemistry, Springer (2004).

 

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B.Sc. (Hons.) MATHEMATICS

THREE-YEARS FULL-TIME PROGRAMME

(Six-Semester Course)

 

 

(Effective from the Academic Year (2016-17)

CHOICE BASED CREDIT

SYSTEM

 

 

  1. SC. HONOURS WITH MATHEMATICS

 

 

 

LINGAYA’S UNIVERSITY, FARIDABAD

2016-2017

Semester – I

 

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Subject

L-T-P

Credits

 

1

BMA-117

Algebra

5-1-0

6

 

2

BMA-111

Calculus

5-1-0

6

 

3

BEN-101

English Communication (AECC-1)

2-0-0

2

 

4

BMA-116

Object Oriented Programming in C++(GE-1)

4-0-0

4

 

5

BMA-166

Object Oriented Programming in C++(Lab)

0-0-2

2

 

6

PD-191A

Hobby club

0-0-2

2

 

 

 

Total

24Hours

22

 

 

 

 

Semester – II

 

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Subject

L-T-P

Credits

 

1

BMA-114

Real Analysis

    5-1-0

         6

 

2

BMA-113

Ordinary Differential Equations

5-1-0

6

 

3

BMA-115

Econometrics& Statistics (GE-2)

5-1-0

6

 

4

CEA-101A

Environmental Science (AECC-2)

3-1-0

2

 

5

PD-192A

Hobby Club

0-0-2

2

 

 

 

Total

24 Hours

22

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – III

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Subject

L-T-P

Credits

 

1

BMA-220

Group Theory-I

5-1-0

6

 

2

BMA-221

Theory of Real function

5-1-0

6

 

3

BMA-222

PDE and systems of ODE

5-1-0

6

 

4

BMA-223

Logic and sets(SEC-1)

4-0-0

4

 

5

BMA-224

Information Security (GE-3)

5-1-0

6

 

 

 

Total

28Hours

28

 

                     

 

 

Semester – IV

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Subject

L-T-P

Credits

 

1

BMA-229

Numerical Methods

4-0-0

4

 

2

BMA-279

Numerical Methods Lab

0-0-2

2

 

3

BMA-225

Riemann Integration and series of functions

5-1-0

6

 

4

BMA-226

Ring Theory and Linear Algebra-I

5-1-0

6

 

5

BMA-227

Graph Theory (SEC-2)

4-0-0

4

 

6

BMA-228

Application of Algebra (GE-4)

5-1-0

         6

 

7

PD-293

PDP/Interpersonal Skills

2-0-0

2

 

 

 

Total

30Hours

        30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – V

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Subject

L-T-P

Credits

 

1

BMA-325

Multi Variate Calculus

5-1-0

6

 

2

BMA-326

Group Theory II

5-1-0

6

 

3

BMA-327

Analytical Geometry (DSE-1)

5-1-0

6

 

4

BMA-328

Probability Theory(DSE 2)

5-1-0

6

 

5

PD-392

PDP/Interpersonal Skills

2-0-0

2

 

 

 

Total

26 Hours

         26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – VI

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Subject

L-T-P

Credits

 

1

BMA-329

Metric space and Complex analysis

5-1-0

6

 

2

BMA-330

Ring Theory and Linear algebra II

5-1-0

6

 

3

BMA-331

Linear Programming (DSE 3)

5-1-0

6

 

4

BMA-332

Mechanics (DSE 4)

5-1-0

6

 

5

BMA-333

Minor project/seminar

4-0-0

4

 

 

 

Total

28 Hours

        28

 

 

Semester

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

Total

Load

22

22

28

30

26

28

156

 

 

 

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Code

Name

Credit(6)

BMA-111

Calculus

5-1-0

 

Unit-I Limit & Continuity :The real line and its geometrical representation; e-δ treatment of limit and continuity; Properties of limit and classification of discontinuities; Properties of continuous functions.

Unit-II: Differentiability: Successive differentiation; Leibnitz Theorem; Statement of Rolle's Theorem; Mean Value Theorem; Taylor and Maclaurin's Theorems; Indeterminate forms.

Unit-III: Applications of Differentiation : Asymptotes; Concavity, convexity and points of inflection; Curvature; Extrema; elementry curves, tangent and normal in parametric form; Polar Coordinates.

Unit-IV: Partial Differentiation: Limits and continuity of functions of two variables; Partial derivatives;   Taylor’s theorem and Maclaurin’s Theorem for function of two variable; Maxima and minima for function of two variable.

Unit-V: Double and triple integrals; Change of order in double integrals. Application of Integration: length of a curve; Arc length as a parameter; Evoute & Envelope; Volumes and surface areas of solids of revolution.

Reference Books:

  1. Gorakh Prasad, Differential Calculus, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad, 2000.
  2. Gorakh Prasad, Integral Calculus, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad, 2000.
  3. Gabriel Klambauer, Mathematical Analysis, Marcel Dekkar Inc. New York 1975.
  4. Shanti Narayan, Elements of Real Analysis, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.

5Shanti Narayan, A Text Book of Vector Calculus, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.

  1. G.B. Thomas and R.L. Finney, Calculus, 9th Ed., Pearson Education, Delhi, 2005.
  2. M.J. Strauss, G.L. Bradley and K. J. Smith, Calculus, 3rd Ed., Dorling Kindersley (India) P.

Ltd. (Pearson Education), Delhi, 2007.

  1. H. Anton, I. Bivens and S. Davis, Calculus, 7th Ed., John Wiley and Sons (Asia) P. Ltd.,

Singapore, 2002.

 

 

Code

                   Name

           Credit (6)

BMA-117

                Algebra

              5-1-0

 

 

Unit-I:Polar representation of complex numbers, nth roots of unity, De Moivre’s theorem for rational indices and its applications.

 

Unit-II:Equivalence relations, Functions, Composition of functions, Invertible functions, One to one correspondence and cardinality of a set, Well-ordering property of positive integers, Division algorithm, Divisibility and Euclidean algorithm, Congruence relation between integers, Principles of Mathematical Induction, statement of Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic.

 

Unit-III:Systems of linear equations, row reduction and echelon forms, vector equations, the matrix equation Ax=b, solution sets of linear systems, applications of linear systems, linear independence.

 

Unit -IV:Introduction to linear transformations, matrix of a linear transformation, inverse of a matrix, characterizations of invertible matrices.

 

Unit V: Subspaces of Rn, dimension of subspaces of Rn and rank of a matrix, Eigen values, Eigen Vectors and Characteristic Equation of a matrix, special matrices.

 

Books Recommended

  1. Titu Andreescu and Dorin Andrica, Complex Numbers from A to Z, Birkhauser, 2006.
  2. Edgar G. Goodaire and Michael M. Parmenter, Discrete Mathematics with Graph Theory, 3rd

Ed., Pearson Education (Singapore) P. Ltd., Indian Reprint, 2005.

  1. David C. Lay, Linear Algebra and its Applications, 3rd Ed., Pearson Education Asia, Indian Reprint, 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (4)

BMA-116

Object Oriented Programming in C++

 

4-1-0

 

 

Unit-I:OOP Paradigm: Comparison of Programming paradigms, Characteristics of Object-OrientedProgramming Languages, Object-based programming languages C++: Brief History of C++,Structure of a C++ program, Difference between C and C++ - cin, cout, new, delete operators, ANSI/ISO Standard C++, Comments, Working with Variables and const Qualifiers. Enumeration, Arrays and Pointer.

 

Unit-II:Implementing oops concepts in C++ Objects, Classes, Encapsulation, Data Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Dynamic Binding, Message Passing, Default Parameter Value, Using Reference variables with Functions.

 

Unit-III:Abstract data types, Class Component, Object & Class, Constructors Default and Copy Constructor, Assignment operator deep and shallow coping, Access modifiers – private, Public and protected.

 

Unit-IV :Implementing Class Functions within Class declaration or outside the Class

declaration. instantiation of objects, Scope resolution operator, Working with Friend Functions, Using Static Class members.

 

Unit-V: Understanding Compile Time Polymorphism function overloading

Rules of Operator Overloading (Unary and Binary) as member function/friend function,

Implementation of operator overloading of Arithmetic Operators, Overloading

Output/Input,Prefix/ Postfix Increment and decrement Operators, Overloading comparison

operators, Assignment, subscript and function call Operator , concepts of namespaces.

 

Practical to be performed in lab.

 

Books Recommended

  1. A. R. Venugopal, Rajkumar, and T. Ravishanker, Mastering C++, TMH, 1997.
  2. S. B. Lippman and J. Lajoie, C++ Primer, 3rd Ed., Addison Wesley, 2000.
  3. Bruce Eckel, Thinking in C++, 2nd Ed., President, Mindview Inc., Prentice Hall.
  4. D. Parasons, Object Oriented Programming with C++, BPB Publication.

 

 

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Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-113

Ordinary Differential Equations

 

5-1-0

 

Unit-I:Geometrical meaning of a differential equation. Exact differential equations, integrating factors. First order higher degree equations solvable for x,y,p Lagrange’s equations, Clairaut’s equations. Equation reducible to Clairaut’s form.

Unit-II:Orthogonal trajectories: in Cartesian coordinates and polar coordinates. Self orthogonal family of curves..  Linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Homogeneous linear ordinary differential equations. Equations reducible to homogeneous .

Unit-III:Method of variations of parameters.  Method of undetermined coefficients. Reduction of order of a differential equation. Linear differential equations of second order: Reduction to normal form.

Unit-IV:Transformation of the equation by changing the dependent variable/ the independent variable. Solution by operators of non-homogeneous linear differential equations.

Unit-V: Ordinary simultaneous differential equations. Solution of simultaneous differential equations involving operators x (d/dx) or t (d/dt) etc. Simultaneous equation of the form dx/P = dy/Q = dz/R. Total differential equations. Condition for Pdx + Qdy +Rdz = 0 to be exact. General method of solving Pdx + Qdy + Rdz = 0 by taking one variable constant. Method of auxiliary equations.

Reference Books:

  1. B.Rai & D.P. Chaudhary : Ordinary Differential Equations; Narosa, Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
  2. D.A. Murray : Introductory Course in Differential Equations. Orient Longaman (India)

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-114

Real Analysis

5-1-0

 

Unit-I Algebraic and Order Properties of R, d-neighborhood of a point in R. Bounded above sets, Bounded below sets, Bounded Sets, Unbounded sets, Suprema and Infima, The Completeness Property of R, The Archimedean Property, Density of Rational (and Irrational) numbers in R, Intervals.

Unit-II- Limit points of a set, Isolated points,Derived sets, Examples of derived sets, Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem, Illustrations of Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem for sets. Idea of countable sets, uncountable sets and uncountability of R

Unit-III- Sequences, Bounded sequence, Convergent sequence, Limit of a sequence. Limit Theorems, Monotone Sequences, Monotone Convergence Theorem. Subsequences, Divergence Criteria.

Unit-IV- Monotone Subsequence Theorem (statement only), Bolzano Weierstrass Theorem for Sequences. Cauchy sequence, Cauchy’s Convergence Criterion.

Unit-V – Infinite series, convergence and divergence of infinite series, Cauchy Criterion,Tests for convergence: Comparison test, Limit Comparison test, Ratio Test, Cauchy’s nth root test, Integral test, Alternating series, Leibniz test, Absolute and Conditional convergence.

Books Recommended

  1. R.G. Bartle and D. R. Sherbert, Introduction to Real Analysis (3rd Edition), John Wiley and Sons (Asia) Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2002.
  2. Gerald G. Bilodeau , Paul R. Thie, G.E. Keough, An Introduction to Analysis, Jones & Bartlett, Second Edition, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-115

Econometrics& Statistics

 

5-1-0

 

 

Unit-I: Basic Statistics: Statistical Concepts, Partition Values, Quartiles, deciles, percentiles, Measures of variation, Range, IQR, quartile deviation.

 

Unit-II: Correlation Analysis:  Correlation coefficient, Assumption of Correlation analysis coefficient of determination and correlation, Measurement of correlation, Karl person's method, spearman's rank correlation, Concurrent deviation of the correlation coefficient.

 

Unit-III: Distribution & Estimation of parameter: Random variable, Normal distribution; chi-square, t and F-distributions; estimation of parameters; properties of estimators.

 

Unit-IV: Hypothesis Testing: Testing of hypotheses: defining statistical hypotheses; distributions of test statistics; testing hypotheses related to population parameters; Type I and Type II errors; power of a test; tests for comparing parameters from two samples.

 

Unit V: Regression Analysis: Simple Linear Regression Model: Two Variable Case Estimation of model by method of ordinary least squares; properties of estimators; goodness of fit; tests of hypotheses; scaling and units of measurement; confidence intervals; Gauss-Markov theorem; forecasting, Multiple Linear Regression Model Estimation of parameters.

 

Books Recommended

  1. Jay L. Devore, Probability and Statistics for Engineers, Cengage Learning, 2010.
  2. John E. Freund, Mathematical Statistics, Prentice Hall, 1992.
  3. Richard J. Larsen and Morris L. Marx, An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics and its Applications, Prentice Hall, 2011.
  4. D. N. Gujarati and D.C. Porter, Essentials of Econometrics, McGraw Hill, 4th Ed.,

International Edition, 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-220

Group Theory I

 

5-1-0

 

Unit-I: Symmetries of a square, Dihedral groups, definition and examples of groups including

permutation groups and quaternion groups (illustration through matrices), elementary properties

of groups.

 

Unit-II: Subgroups and examples of subgroups, centralizer, normalizer, center of a group, product of two subgroups. Properties of cyclic groups, classification of subgroups of cyclic groups.

 

Unit-III: Cycle notation for permutations, properties of permutations, even and odd permutations, alternating group, properties of cosets, Lagrange’s theorem and consequences including Fermat’s Little theorem.

 

Unit-IV: External direct product of a finite number of groups, normal subgroups, factor groups, Cauchy’s theorem for finite abelian groups.

 

Unit-V: Group homomorphisms, properties of homomorphisms, Cayley’s theorem, properties of

isomorphisms, First, Second and Third isomorphism theorems.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. John B. Fraleigh, A First Course in Abstract Algebra, 7th Ed., Pearson, 2002.
  2. M. Artin, Abstract Algebra, 2nd Ed., Pearson, 2011.
  3. Joseph A. Gallian, Contemporary Abstract Algebra, 4th Ed., Narosa Publishing House, New

Delhi, 1999.

  1. Joseph J. Rotman, An Introduction to the Theory of Groups, 4th Ed., Springer Verlag, 1995.
  2. I.N. Herstein, Topics in Algebra, Wiley Eastern Limited, India, 1975.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-221

Theory of Real Functions

 

5-1-0

 

Unit-I: Limits of functions (  approach), sequential criterion for limits, divergence criteria. Limit theorems, one sided limits. Infinite limits and limits at infinity. Continuous functions, sequential criterion for continuity and discontinuity. Algebra of continuous functions.

 

Unit-II: Continuous functions on an interval, intermediate value theorem, location of roots theorem, preservation of intervals theorem. Uniform continuity, non-uniform continuity criteria, uniform continuity theorem.

 

Unit-III: Differentiability of a function at a point and in an interval, Caratheodory’s theorem, algebra of differentiable functions. Relative extrema, interior extremum theorem.

 

Unit-IV: Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorem, intermediate value property of derivatives, Darboux’s theorem. Applications of mean value theorem to inequalities and approximation of polynomials, Taylor’s theorem to inequalities.Cauchy’s mean value theorem.

 

Unit-V: Taylor’s theorem with Lagrange’s form of remainder, Taylor’s theorem with Cauchy’s form of remainder, application of Taylor’s theorem to convex functions, relative extrema. Taylor’s series and Maclaurin’s series expansions of exponential and trigonometric functions, ln(1 + x), 1/ax+b and (1 +x)n

 

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. R. Bartle and D.R. Sherbert, Introduction to Real Analysis, John Wiley and Sons, 2003.
  2. K.A. Ross, Elementary Analysis: The Theory of Calculus, Springer, 2004.
  3. A. Mattuck, Introduction to Analysis, Prentice Hall, 1999.
  4. S.R. Ghorpade and B.V. Limaye, A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis, Springer, 2006.

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-222

PDE and Systems of ODE

 

5-1-0

 

Unit-I: Partial Differential Equations – Basic concepts and Definitions, Mathematical Problems. First-Order Equations: Classification, Construction and Geometrical Interpretation. Method of

Characteristics for obtaining General Solution of Quasi Linear Equations.

 

Unit-II:Canonical Forms of First-order Linear Equations. Method of Separation of Variables for solving first order partial differential equations. Derivation of Heat equation, Wave equation and Laplace equation.

 

Unit-III:Classification of second order linear equations as hyperbolic, parabolic or elliptic. Reduction of second order Linear Equations to canonical forms.

 

Unit-IV: Systems of linear differential equations, types of linear systems, differential operators, an operator method for linear systems with constant coefficients, Basic Theory of linear systems in normal form

 

Unit-V: Homogeneous linear systems with constant coefficients: Two Equations in two unknown functions, The method of successive approximations, the Euler method, the modified Euler method, The Runge-Kutta method.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. Tyn Myint-U and Lokenath Debnath, Linear Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition, Springer, Indian reprint, 2006.
  2. S.L. Ross, Differential equations, 3rd Ed., John Wiley and Sons, India, 2004.
  3. Martha L Abell, James P Braselton, Differential equations with MATHEMATICA, 3rd Ed.,Elsevier Academic Press, 2004.

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-224

Information Security

 

5-1-0

 

 

Unit-I: Overview of Security: Protection versus security; aspects of security–data integrity, data

availability, privacy; security problems, user authentication, Orange Book.

 

Unit-II: Security Threats: Program threats, worms, viruses, Trojan horse, trap door, stack and buffer overflow; system threats- intruders; communication threats- tapping and piracy.

 

Unit-III: Cryptography: Substitution, transposition ciphers, symmetric-key algorithms-Data

Encryption Standard, advanced encryption standards, public key encryption - RSA; Diffie- Hellman key exchange, ECC cryptography, Message Authentication- MAC, hash functions.

 

Unit-IV: Digital signatures: Symmetric key signatures, public key signatures, message digests, public key infrastructures.

 

Unit-V: Security Mechanisms: Intrusion detection, auditing and logging, tripwire, system-call

monitoring.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. W. Stallings, Cryptography and Network Security Principles and Practices, 4th Ed., Prentice-

Hall of India, 2006.

  1. C. Pfleeger and S.L. Pfleeger, Security in Computing , 3rd Ed., Prentice-Hall of India, 2007.
  2. D. Gollmann, Computer Security, John Wiley and Sons, NY, 2002.
  3. J. Piwprzyk, T. Hardjono and J. Seberry, Fundamentals of Computer Security, Springer-

Verlag Berlin, 2003.

  1. J.M. Kizza, Computer Network Security, Springer, 2007.
  2. M. Merkow and J. Breithaupt, Information Security: Principles and Practices, Pearson

Education, 2006.

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (4)

BMA-223

Logic and Sets

 

4-0-0

 

 

Unit-I: Introduction, propositions, truth table, negation, conjunction and disjunction. Implications, biconditional propositions, converse, contra positive and inverse propositions and precedence of logical operators.

 

 Unit-II: Propositional equivalence: Logical equivalences. Predicates and quantifiers:

Introduction, Quantifiers, Binding variables and Negations.

 

Unit-III:Sets, subsets, Set operations and the laws of set theory and Venn diagrams. Examples of finiteand infinite sets. Finite sets and counting principle. Empty set, properties of empty set. Standardset operations. Classes of sets. Power set of a set.

 

Unit-IV:Difference and Symmetric difference of two sets. Set identities, Generalized union and

intersections.

 

Unit-V:Relation: Product set, Composition of relations, Types of relations, Partitions,

Equivalence Relations with example of congruence modulo relation, Partial ordering relations, nary relations.

 

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. R.P. Grimaldi, Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorial Mathematics, Pearson Education,

1998.

  1. P.R. Halmos, Naive Set Theory, Springer, 1974.
  2. E. Kamke, Theory of Sets, Dover Publishers, 1950.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BMA-229

Numerical Methods

5-1-0

 

UNIT-1.    ERRORS AND APPROXIMATIONS, SOLUTION OF NONLINEAR EQUATIONS   :Introduction to numbers and their  accuracy; absolute, relative and percentage errors. Bisection method; Regular falsi method; secant method; fixed point iteration method; Newton- Raphson method; convergence criteria of methods.

UNIT-2.    SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS : Gauss elimination method; Gauss-Jordan method; UV factorization method; Jacobi’s iteration method;  Gauss-Seidal iteration method; .

UNIT-3.    INTERPOLATION AND CURVE FITTING:  Introduction to interpolation; Newton’s  forward and backward interpolation formulae; Gauss’s forward and backward interpolation formulae; Stirling formula; Lagrange  interpolation; Newton’s divided difference formula;  Principle of least  squares; curve fitting. 

UNIT-4.    NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION:  Numerical differentiation  formulae: differentiation by using  forward interpolation formula; backward interpolation formula; Stirling formula; Newton-Cotes formula for numerical integration: Trapezoidal rule; Simpson's rules; Boole's rule and Weddle's rule; Romberg’ method.

UNIT-5.    NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF  ORDINARY AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION : ,Taylor series method;  Euler method; Euler modified  method; Runge kutta method; Milne’s       predictor -corrector method; Adams-Bashforth method  for finding solution of differential equation.

BOOKs Recommended:

1) Grewal, B. S., “Numerical methods in Engineering and Science”.

2) M.K. Jain, S.R.K. Iyengar and R.K. Jain, Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computation, 6th Ed., New age International Publisher, India, 2007

3) Sastry, S.S.,” “ Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis”.

4)  Curtis F “Applied Numerical Analysis”.Books Recommended

5) Brian Bradie, A Friendly Introduction to Numerical Analysis, Pearson Education, India, 2007.

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credits(2)

BMA-279

Numerical Methods Lab

0-0-2

List of Practicals (Using any software)

(1) Bisection Method.

 

(2) Newton Raphson Method.

 

(3) Secant Method.

 

(4) Regulai Falsi Method.

 

(5) LU decomposition Method.

 

(6) Gauss-Jacobi Method.

 

(7)  Gauss-Siedel Method.

 

(8) Lagrange Interpolation or Newton Interpolation.


(9) Simpson’s rule.


(10) Trapezoidal Rule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credits(6)

BMA-225

Riemann Integration and Series of Functions

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Riemann integration; inequalities of upper and lower sums; Riemann conditions of integrability. Riemann sum and definition of Riemann integral through Riemann sums; equivalence of two definitions;

 

Unit 2:Riemann integrability of monotone and continuous functions, Properties of theRiemann integral; definition and integrability of piecewise continuous and monotone functions.

 

Unit 3:Intermediate Value theorem for Integrals; Fundamental theorems of Calculus. Improper integrals; Convergence of Beta and Gamma functions.Pointwise and uniform convergence of sequence of functions.

 

Unit 4:Theorems on continuity, derivability and integrability of the limit function of a sequence of functions. Series of functions;Theorems on the continuity and derivability of the sum function of a series of functions; Cauchycriterion for uniform convergence and Weierstrass M-Test.

 

Unit 5:Limit superior and Limit inferior. Power series, radius of convergence, Cauchy Hadamard Theorem, Differentiation and integration of power series; Abel’s Theorem; Weierstrass Approximation Theorem.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. K.A. Ross, Elementary Analysis, The Theory of Calculus, Undergraduate Texts in

Mathematics, Springer (SIE), Indian reprint, 2004.

  1. R.G. Bartle D.R. Sherbert, Introduction to Real Analysis, 3rd Ed., John Wiley and Sons (Asia)

Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2002.

  1. Charles G. Denlinger, Elements of Real Analysis, Jones & Bartlett (Student Edition), 2011.

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credits(6)

BMA-226

Ring Theory and Linear Algebra I

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Definition and examples of rings, properties of rings, subrings, integral domains and fields, characteristic of a ring.

Unit 2:Ideal, ideal generated by a subset of a ring, factor rings, operations on ideals, prime and maximal ideals.

Unit 3: Ring homomorphisms, properties of ring homomorphisms, Isomorphism theorems I, II and III, field of quotients.

Unit 4: Vector spaces, subspaces, algebra of subspaces, quotient spaces, linear combination of vectors, linear span, linear independence, basis and dimension, dimension of subspaces.

Unit 5: Linear transformations, null space, range, rank and nullity of a linear transformation, matrix representation of a linear transformation, algebra of linear transformations.  Isomorphisms, Isomorphism theorems, invertibility and isomorphisms, change of coordinate matrix.

Books Recommended:

  1. John B. Fraleigh, A First Course in Abstract Algebra, 7th Ed., Pearson, 2002.
  2. Artin, Abstract Algebra, 2nd Ed., Pearson, 2011.
  3. Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel, Lawrence E. Spence, Linear Algebra, 4th Ed., PrenticeHall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2004.
  4. Joseph A. Gallian, Contemporary Abstract Algebra, 4th Ed., Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1999.
  5. Lang, Introduction to Linear Algebra, 2nd Ed., Springer, 2005.
  6. Gilbert Strang, Linear Algebra and its Applications, Thomson, 2007.
  7. Kumaresan, Linear Algebra- A Geometric Approach, Prentice Hall of India,1999.
  8. Kenneth Hoffman, Ray Alden Kunze, Linear Algebra, 2nd Ed., Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 1971.
  9. A.R. Wallace, Groups, Rings and Fields, Springer Verlag London Ltd., 1998.

 

Code

Name

Credits(4)

BMA-227

Graph Theory

4-0-0

 

Unit1: Definition, examples and basic properties of graphs, pseudo graphs, complete graphs.

Unit 2:Bi‐partite graphs, isomorphism of graphs, paths and circuits, Eulerian circuits.

Unit-3:Hamiltonian cycles, the adjacency matrix, weighted graph,.

Unit4:travelling salesman’s problem ,shortest path.

Unit-5: Dijkstra’s algorithm,Floyd‐Warshall algorithm.

 

 

Books Recommended :

  1. A. Davey and H.A. Priestley, Introduction to Lattices and Order, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1990.
  2. Edgar G. Goodaire and Michael M. Parmenter, Discrete Mathematics with Graph Theory, 2nd Edition, Pearson Education (Singapore) P. Ltd., Indian Reprint 2003.
  3. Rudolf Lidl and Gunter Pilz, Applied Abstract Algebra, 2nd Ed., Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics, Springer (SIE), Indian reprint, 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credits (6)

BMA-228

Application Of Algebra

5-1-0

Unit 1:Balanced incomplete block designs (BIBD): definitions and results, incidence matrix of a BIBD, construction of BIBD from difference sets, construction of BIBD using quadratic residues, difference set families, construction of BIBD from finite fields.

Unit 2:Coding Theory: introduction to error correcting codes, linear cods, generator and parity check matrices, minimum distance, Hamming Codes, decoding and cyclic codes.

Unit 3:Symmetry groups and color patterns: review of permutation groups, groups of symmetry and action of a group on a set; colouring and colouring patterns, Polya theorem and pattern inventory, generating functions for non-isomorphic graphs.

Unit 4:Special types of matrices: idempotent, nilpotent, involution, and projection tri diagonal matrices, circulant matrices, Vandermonde matrices, Hadamard matrices, permutation and doubly stochastic matrices, Frobenius- König theorem, Birkhoff theorem. Positive Semi-definite matrices: positive semi-definite matrices, square root of a positive semi-definite matrix, a pair of positive semi-definite matrices, and their simultaneous diagonalization. Symmetric matrices and quadratic forms: diagonalization of symmetric matrices, quadratic forms, constrained optimization.

Unit 5:Applications of linear transformations: Fibonacci numbers, incidence models, and differential equations. Least squares methods: Approximate solutions of system of linear equations, approximate inverse of an m×n matrix, solving a matrix equation using its normal equation, finding functions that approximate data.

Books Recommended:

  1. N. Herstein and D. J. Winter, Primer on Linear Algebra, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1990.
  2. R. Nagpaul and S. K. Jain, Topics in Applied Abstract Algebra, Thomson Brooks and Cole, Belmont, 2005.
  3. Richard E. Klima, Neil Sigmon, Ernest Stitzinger, Applications of Abstract Algebra with Maple, CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, 2000.
  4. David C. Lay, Linear Algebra and its Applications. 3rd Ed., Pearson Education Asia, Indian Reprint, 2007.

 

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BMA-325

Multivariate Calculus

 

5-1-0

Unit 1: Functions of several variables, limit and continuity of functions of two variables Partial differentiation, total differentiability and differentiability, sufficient condition for

differentiability.

 

Unit 2:Chain rule for one and two independent parameters, directional derivatives, the gradient, maximal and normal property of the gradient, tangent planes, Extrema of functions of two variables, method of Lagrange multipliers, constrained optimization problems, Definition of vector field, divergence and curl

 

Unit 3:Double integration over rectangular region, double integration over non-rectangular region,Double integrals in polar co-ordinates, Triple integrals, Triple integral over a parallelepiped andsolid regions. Volume by triple integrals, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates.

 

Unit 4:Change of variables in double integrals and triple integrals. Line integrals, Applications of lineintegrals: Mass and Work. Fundamental theorem for line integrals, conservative vector fields,independence of path.

 

Unit 5:Green’s theorem, surface integrals, integrals over parametrically defined surfaces. Stoke’s theorem, The Divergence theorem.

 

Books Recommended

  1. G.B. Thomas and R.L. Finney, Calculus, 9th Ed., Pearson Education, Delhi, 2005.
  2. M.J. Strauss, G.L. Bradley and K. J. Smith, Calculus, 3rd Ed., Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt.

Ltd. (Pearson Education), Delhi, 2007.

  1. E. Marsden, A.J. Tromba and A. Weinstein, Basic Multivariable Calculus, Springer (SIE),

Indian reprint, 2005.

  1. James Stewart, Multivariable Calculus, Concepts and Contexts, 2nd Ed., Brooks /Cole,

Thomson Learning, USA, 2001.

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-326

Group Theory II

 

5-1-0

 

 

 Unit 1:Automorphism, inner automorphism, automorphism groups, automorphism groups of finite and infinite cyclic groups, applications of factor groups to automorphism groups.

  Unit 2:Characteristic subgroups, Commutator subgroup and its properties.

Properties of external direct products, the group of units modulo n as an external direct product,

internal direct products, Fundamental Theorem of finite abelian groups.

Unit 3:Group actions, stabilizers and kernels, permutation representation associated with a given group action, Applications of group actions: Generalized Cayley’s theorem, Index theorem.

Unit 4:Groups acting on themselves by conjugation, class equation and consequences, conjugacy in Sn,

Unit 5:p-groups, Sylow’s theorems and consequences, Cauchy’s theorem, Simplicity of An for n ≥ 5,non-simplicity tests.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. John B. Fraleigh, A First Course in Abstract Algebra, 7th Ed., Pearson, 2002.
  2. M. Artin, Abstract Algebra, 2nd Ed., Pearson, 2011.
  3. Joseph A. Gallian, Contemporary Abstract Algebra, 4th Ed., Narosa Publishing House, 1999.
  4. David S. Dummit and Richard M. Foote, Abstract Algebra, 3rd Ed., John Wiley and Sons

(Asia) Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2004.

  1. J.R. Durbin, Modern Algebra, John Wiley & Sons, New York Inc., 2000.
  2. D. A. R. Wallace, Groups, Rings and Fields, Springer Verlag London Ltd., 1998.

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-327

Analytical Geometry

 

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Transformation of axes in two dimensions: Shifting of origin, rotation of axes, invariants.

Unit 2: Pair of Straight Lines : Joint equation of pair of straight lines and angle between them, Condition of parallelism and perpendicularity, Joint equation of the angle bisectors, Joint equation of lines joining origin to the intersection of a line and a curve.

Unit 3:Circle : General equation of circle, Circle through intersection of two lines, tangents, normals, chord of contact, pole and polar, pair of tangents from a point, equation of chord in terms of mid-point, angle of intersection and orthogonality, power of a point w.r.t. circle, radical axis, co-axial family of circles, limiting points.

Unit 4: Conic : General equation of a conic, tangents, normals, chord of contact, pole and polar, pair of tangents from a point, equation of chord in terms of mid-point, diameter.

Unit 5:Conjugate diameters of ellipse and hyperbola, special properties of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola, conjugate hyperbola, asymptotes of hyperbola, rectangular hyperbola. Indentification of conic in general second degree equations.

Books Recommended

  1. S. L. Loney : The Elements of Coordinate Geometry, Macmillan and Company, London, 2 nd Edition 2007.
    2. P.K. Jain and Khalil Ahmad : A Text Book of Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions, Wiley Eastern Ltd., 1999.
    3. Erwin Kreyszig : Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons,1999.
     4. Gorakh Prasad and H.C. Gupta : Text Book on Coordinate Geometry, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd., Allahabad, 1955.

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-328

Probability Theory

 

5-1-0

 

 

Unit 1:Sample space, probability axioms, real random variables (discrete and continuous), cumulative distribution function, probability mass/density functions, mathematical expectation, moments.

 

Unit 2:Moment generating function, characteristic function, discrete distributions: uniform, binomial,Poisson, geometric, negative binomial.

 

Unit 3:Continuous distributions: uniform, normal, exponential. Joint cumulative distribution function and its properties, joint probability density functions, marginal and conditional distributions.

 

Unit 4: Expectation of function of two random variables, conditional expectations, independent random variables, bivariate normal distribution,  joint moment generating function (jmgf) and calculation of covariance(from jmgf).

 

Unit 5:Chebyshev’s inequality, statement and interpretation of (weak) law of large numbers and strong law of large numbers, Central Limit theorem for independent and identically distributed random variables with finite variance, Markov Chains, Chapman-Kolmogorov equations, classification of states.

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. Robert V. Hogg, Joseph W. McKean and Allen T. Craig, Introduction to Mathematical

Statistics, Pearson Education, Asia, 2007.

  1. Irwin Miller and Marylees Miller, John E. Freund, Mathematical Statistics with Applications,

7th Ed., Pearson Education, Asia, 2006.

  1. Sheldon Ross, Introduction to Probability Models, 9th Ed., Academic Press, Indian Reprint,

2007.

  1. Alexander M. Mood, Franklin A. Graybill and Duane C. Boes, Introduction to the Theory of

Statistics, 3rd Ed., Tata McGraw- Hill, Reprint 2007

 

 

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Semester VI

 

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Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-329

Metric Spaces and Complex Analysis

 

5-1-0

Unit 1:Metric spaces: definition and examples. Sequences in metric spaces, Cauchy sequences. Complete Metric Spaces. Open and closed balls, neighbourhood, open set, interior of a set. Limit point of a set, closed set, diameter of a set, Cantor’s theorem. Subspaces, dense sets, separablespaces.

 

Unit 2:Continuous mappings, sequential criterion and other characterizations of continuity. Uniform continuity. Homeomorphism, Contraction mappings, Banach Fixed point Theorem.Connectedness, connected subsets of R.

 

Unit 3:Limits, Limits involving the point at infinity, continuity. Properties of complex numbers, regions in the complex plane, functions of complex variable, mappings. Derivatives, differentiation formulas, Cauchy-Riemann equations, sufficient conditions for differentiability. Analytic functions, examples of analytic functions, exponential function, Logarithmic function, trigonometric function, derivatives of functions.


Unit 4:Definite integrals of functions. Contours ,Contour integrals and its examples, upper bounds for moduli of contour integrals. Cauchy-Goursat theorem, Cauchy integral formula.Liouville’s theorem and the fundamental theorem of algebra.

 

Unit 5: Convergence of sequences andseries, Taylor series and its examples.Laurent series and its examples, absolute and uniform convergence of power series.

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. Satish Shirali and Harikishan L. Vasudeva, Metric Spaces, Springer Verlag, London, 2006.
  2. S. Kumaresan, Topology of Metric Spaces, 2nd Ed., Narosa Publishing House, 2011.
  3. G.F. Simmons, Introduction to Topology and Modern Analysis, McGraw-Hill, 2004.
  4. James Ward Brown and Ruel V. Churchill, Complex Variables and Applications, 8th Ed.,

McGraw – Hill International Edition, 2009.

  1. Joseph Bak and Donald J. Newman, Complex Analysis, 2nd Ed., Undergraduate Texts in

Mathematics, Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., NewYork, 1997.

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-330

Ring Theory and Linear Algebra II

 

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Polynomial rings over commutative rings, division algorithm and consequences, principal ideal domains, factorization of polynomials, reducibility tests, irreducibility tests.

 

Unit 2:Eisenstein criterion,unique factorization in Z[x]. Divisibility in integral domains, irreducibles, primes, uniquefactorization domains, Euclidean domains.

 

Unit 3:Dual spaces, dual basis, double dual, transpose of a linear transformation and its matrix in the dual basis, annihilators, Eigen spaces of a linear operator, diagonalizability, invariant subspaces and Cayley-Hamilton theorem, the minimal polynomial for a linear operator.

 

Unit 4:Inner product spaces and norms, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalisation process, orthogonal Complements.

 

Unit 5:Bessel’s inequality, the adjoint of a linear operator, Least Squares Approximation,

minimal solutions to systems of linear equations, Normal and self-adjoint operators, Orthogonal projections and Spectral theorem.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. John B. Fraleigh, A First Course in Abstract Algebra, 7th Ed., Pearson, 2002.
  2. M. Artin, Abstract Algebra, 2nd Ed., Pearson, 2011.
  3. Joseph A. Gallian, Contemporary Abstract Algebra, 4th Ed., Narosa Publishing House, 1999.
  4. Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel, Lawrence E. Spence, Linear Algebra, 4th Ed., Prentice-

Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2004.

  1. S. Lang, Introduction to Linear Algebra, 2nd Ed., Springer, 2005.
  2. Gilbert Strang, Linear Algebra and its Applications, Thomson, 2007.
  3. S. Kumaresan, Linear Algebra- A Geometric Approach, Prentice Hall of India, 1999.
  4. Kenneth Hoffman, Ray Alden Kunze, Linear Algebra, 2nd Ed., Prentice-Hall of India Pvt.

Ltd., 1971.

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-331

Linear Programming

 

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Introduction to linear programming problem, Theory of simplex method, optimality and

unboundedness, the simplex algorithm, simplex method in tableau format.

 

Unit 2:Introduction to artificial variables, two‐phase method, Big‐M method and their comparison. Duality, formulation of the dual problem, primal‐dual relationships, economic interpretation of the dual.

 

Unit 3:Transportation problem and its mathematical formulation, northwest‐corner method least cost method and Vogel approximation method for determination of starting basic solution, algorithm for solving transportation problem.

 

Unit 4:Assignment problem and its mathematical formulation, Hungarian method for solving assignment problem.

 

Unit 5:Game theory: formulation of two person zero sum games, solving two person zero sum games,games with mixed strategies, graphical solution procedure, linear programming solution of games.

 

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. Mokhtar S. Bazaraa, John J. Jarvis and Hanif D. Sherali, Linear Programming and Network

Flows, 2nd Ed., John Wiley and Sons, India, 2004.

  1. F.S. Hillier and G.J. Lieberman, Introduction to Operations Research, 9th Ed., Tata McGraw

Hill, Singapore, 2009.

  1. Hamdy A. Taha, Operations Research, An Introduction, 8th Ed., Prentice‐Hall India, 2006.
  2. G. Hadley, Linear Programming, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

Code

Name

Credit (6)

BMA-332

Mechanics

 

5-1-0

 

Unit 1:Moment of a force about a point and an axis, couple and couple moment, Moment of a couple about a line, resultant of a force system, distributed force system, free body diagram, free body involving interior sections, general equations of equilibrium, two point equivalent loading, problems arising from structures, static indeterminacy.

 

Unit 2:Laws of Coulomb friction, application to simple and complex surface contact friction problems,transmission of power through belts, screw jack, wedge, first moment of an area and the centroid, other centers.

 

Unit3: Theorem of Pappus-Guldinus, second moments and the product of area of

a plane area, transfer theorems, relation between second moments and products of area, polar

moment of area, principal axes.

 

Unit4:Conservative force field, conservation for mechanical energy, work energy equation, kinetic energy and work kinetic energy expression based on center of mass, moment of momentum equation for a single particle and a system of particles, translation and rotation of rigid bodies,

 

Unit 5:Chasles’ theorem, general relationship between time derivatives of a vector for different references, relationship between velocities of a particle for different references, acceleration of particle for different references.

 

 

 

Books Recommended

  1. I.H. Shames and G. Krishna Mohan Rao, Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics, (4thEd.), Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education), Delhi, 2009.
  2. R.C. Hibbeler and Ashok Gupta, Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics, 11th Ed.,Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Pearson Education), Delhi.

 

 

 

School of Basic Science

Scheme of Studies and Syllabus

CHOICE BASED CREDIT

SYSTEM

 

 

  1. SC. (Hons.)PHYSICS

(2017 batch onwards)

SEMESTER-I

SN

Course No.

Course Name

L-T-P

Cr.

Core-I

BPH-120

Mathematical Physics-I

4-0-0

4

Core-II

BPH-124

Mechanics

4-0-0

4

GE-01

BMA-115

Calculus

5-1-0

6

AECC-01

EN-103A

Communication Skill-I

3-0-0

2

Core-I Lab

BPH-170

Mathematical Physics-I Lab

0-0-4

2

Core-II Lab

BPH-174

Mechanics Lab

0-0-4

2

TOTAL

27

22

 

SEMESTER – III

 

SN

 

Course No.

Course Name

 

L-T-P

 

Cr.

Core-V

BPH-220

Thermal Physics

4-0-0

4

Core-VI

BPH-221

Digital Systems and Applications

4-0-0

4

Core-VII

BPH-222

Mathematical Physics- II

4-0-0

4

GE-03

BPH-223

Applied Optics

4-0-0

4

Skill Based-01

BCS-201

Web Designing

3-0-0

3

Core-V Lab

BPH-270

Thermal Physics Lab

0-0-4

2

Core-VI Lab

BPH-271

Digital Systems and Applications Lab

0-0-4

2

Core-VII Lab

BPH-272

Mathematical Physics-II Lab

0-0-4

2

Skill Based-01

BCS-251

Web Designing Lab

0-0-2

1

TOTAL

34

26

 

Semester- V

 

SN

 

Course No.

 

Course Name

 

L-T-P

 

Cr.

Core-XI

BPH-320

Quantum Mechanics & Applications

4-0-0

4

Core-XII

BPH-321

Solid State Physics

4-0-0

4

DSE-01

BPH-322

Physics of Devices and Communication

4-0-0

4

DSE-02

BPH-323

Nuclear & Particle Physics

5-1-0

6

Core-XI Lab

BPH-370

Quantum Mechanics & Applications Lab

0-0-4

2

Core-XII Lab

BPH-371

Solid State Physics Lab

0-0-4

2

DSE-01 Lab

BPH-372

Physics of Devices and Communication Lab

0-0-4

2

PDP

PD-392

PDP

2-0-0

2

 

30

26

 

 

 

 

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Semester I

 

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SUBJECT NAME: MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS-I

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-120

 

The emphasis of course is on applications in solving problems of interest to physicists. The students are to be examined entirely on the basis of problems, seen and unseen.

Unit-I: Calculus:

 

Recapitulation: Limits, continuity, average and instantaneous quantities, differentiation. Plotting functions. Intuitive ideas of continuous, differentiable, etc. functions and plotting of curves. Approximation: Taylor and binomial series (statements only). First

 

Order Differential Equations and Integrating Factor.

 

Second  Order  Differential  equations:

Homogeneous

Equations  with  constant

     

 

coefficients. Wronskian and general solution. Statement of existence and Uniqueness Theorem for Initial Value Problems. Particular Integral.

 

Calculus of functions of more than one variable: Partial derivatives, exact and inexact differentials. Integrating factor, with simple illustration. Constrained Maximization using Lagrange Multipliers.

 

 

Unit-II: Vector Calculus:

 

Recapitulation of vectors: Properties of vectors under rotations. Scalar product and its invariance under rotations. Vector product, Scalar triple product and their interpretation in terms of area and volume respectively. Scalar and Vector fields.

 

Vector Differentiation: Directional derivatives and normal derivative. Gradient of a scalar field and its geometrical interpretation. Divergence and curl of a vector field. Del and Laplacian operators. Vector identities, Gradient, divergence, curl and Laplacian in spherical and cylindrical coordinates. (10 Lectures)

 

Unit-III: Vector Integration: Ordinary Integrals of Vectors. Multiple integrals, Jacobian. Notion of infinitesimal line, surface and volume elements. Line, surface and volume integrals of Vector fields. Flux of a vector field. Gauss' divergence theorem, Green's and Stokes Theorems and their applications (no rigorous proofs).

 

 

Unit-IV: Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinates:

 

 

 

Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinates. Derivation of Gradient, Divergence, Curl and Laplacian in Cartesian, Spherical and Cylindrical Coordinate Systems.

 

 

Unit-V: Probability & Dirac Delta function and its properties:

 

Independent random variables: Probability distributions functions, binomial, Gaussian, and Possion, with examples, Mean and Variance

Definition of Dirac delta function. Representation as limit of Gaussian function and rectangular function. Properties of Dirac delta function.  

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Ø Mathematical Methods for Physicists, G.B. Arfken, H.J. Weber, F.E. Harris, 2013, 7th, Elsevier.
  • Ø An introduction to ordinary differential equations, E.A. Coddington, 2009, PHI learning

 

  • Ø Differential Equations, George F. Simmons, 2007, McGraw Hill.

 

  • Ø Mathematical Tools for Physics, James Nearing, 2010, Dover Publications.

 

  • Ø Mathematical methods for Scientists and Engineers, D.A. McQuarrie, 2003, Viva Book

 

  • Ø Advanced Engineering Mathematics, D.G. Zill and W.S. Wright, 5 Ed., 2012, Jones and Bartlett Learning

 

  • Ø Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig, 2008, Wiley India.

 

  • Ø Essential Mathematical Methods, K.F.Riley & M.P.Hobson, 2011, Cambridge Univ. Press

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS-I LAB

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-170

 

 

 

 

The aim of this Lab is not just to teach computer programming and numerical analysis but to emphasize its role in solving problems in Physics.

 

  • Ø Highlights the use of computational methods to solve physical problems

 

  • Ø The course will consist of lectures (both theory and practical) in the Lab

 

  • Ø Evaluation done not on the programming but on the basis of formulating the problem

 

  • Ø Aim at teaching students to construct the computational problem to be solved

 

  • Ø Students can use any one operating system Linux or Microsoft Windows and programming language MATLAB or Scilab.

 

 

Topics

Description with Applications

 

 

Introduction and Overview

Computer architecture and organization, memory and

 

Input/output devices

Basics of scientific computing

Binary and decimal arithmetic, Floating point numbers,

 

algorithms, Sequence, Selection and Repetition, single

 

and double precision arithmetic, underflow &overflow-

 

emphasize the importance of making equations in terms

 

of dimensionless variables, Iterative methods

 

 

Errors and error Analysis

Truncation and round off errors, Absolute and relative

 

errors, Floating point computations.

 

 

 

EXP-1 Mat Lab Programs:

Sum & average of a list of numbers, largest of a given

 

 

 

list of numbers and its location in the list, sorting of

 

 

 

numbers in ascending descending order, Binary search

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXP-2 Random number generation

Area of circle, area of square, volume of sphere, value

 

 

 

of Pi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exp-3 Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental

Solution of linear and quadratic equation, solving

 

 

equations by Bisection, Newton Raphson

α  tanα IΙο [(Sinα)/α]2 in optics

 

 

 

and Secant methods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exp-4 Interpolation Method

Evaluation of trigonometric function e.g.

 

 

Exp-5 Solution of ordinary differential equation

Exp-6 First order differential equation

First order differential equation

  Ø   Radioactive decay

  Ø   Current in RC,LC Circuits and DC circuits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Ø   Differntial equation describing the motion of a pendulum

 

 

 

Exp-7 Programs:

Sum and average of a list of numbers, largest of a given list of number, sorting of numbers in ascending and descending order.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exp-8 Ploting

 Basic curve and their fitting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exp-9  Roots

Roots of a polynomial

Roots of a Quadratic equation

Conversion of Temp.

 

 

 

 

             

 

 

Note: Each student is required to perform at least seven experiments.

Referred Books:

  • Ø Introduction to Numerical Analysis, S.S. Sastry, 5th , 2012, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

 

 

  • Ø Numerical Recipes in C: The Art of Scientific Computing, W.H. Pressetal, 3rd , 2007, Cambridge University Press.

 

  • Ø A first course in Numerical Methods, U.M. Ascher & C. Greif, 2012, PHI Learning.
  • Ø Elementary Numerical Analysis, K.E. Atkinson, 3 r d E d n .  ,  2 0 0 7 ,  Wiley India Edition.

 

  • Ø Numerical Methods for Scientists & Engineers, R.W. Hamming, 1973, Courier Dover Pub.

 

  • Ø An Introduction to computational Physics, T.Pang, 2nd , 2006,Cambridge Univ. Press

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SUBJECT NAME: MECHANICS

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-124

 

Unit-1: Wave Optics-I

Interference: Interference of light and its necessary conditions, path & Phase difference for reflected & transmitted rays, Interference in thin films (parallel and wedge shaped film), Newton’s rings.

Diffraction: Single, double and N- Slit Diffraction, Diffraction grating, Grating spectra, dispersive power, Rayleigh’s criterion and resolving power of grating.

Unit-II Fundamentals of Dynamics: Reference frames. Inertial frames;Galilean transformations; Galilean invariance. Review of Newton’s Laws of Motion. Dynamics of a system of particles. Centre of Mass. Principle of conservation of momentum. Impulse. Momentum of variable-mass system: motion of rocket.

Non-inertial frames and fictitious forces. Uniformly rotating frame. Laws of Physics in rotating coordinate systems. Centrifugal force. Coriolis force and its applications. Components of Velocity and Acceleration in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinate Systems. 

Unit-III  Special Theory of Relativity: Michelson-Morley Experiment and its outcome. Postulates of Special Theory of Relativity. Lorentz Transformations. Simultaneity and order of events. Lorentz contraction. Time dilation. Relativistic transformation of velocity, frequency and wave number. Relativistic addition of velocities. Variation of mass with velocity. Massless Particles. Mass-energy Equivalence. Relativistic Doppler effect. Relativistic Kinematics. Transformation of Energy and Momentum. Energy-Momentum Four Vector. (10 Lectures)

Unit-IV Work Energy and Collisions: Work and Kinetic Energy Theorem. Conservative and non-conservative forces. Potential Energy. Energy diagram. Stable and unstable equilibrium. Elastic potential energy. Force as gradient of potential energy. Work & Potential energy. Work done by non-conservative forces. Law of conservation of Energy.

Unit-V Magnetic & Superconducting properties: Magnetization, Origin of magnetic moment, Dia, para and ferro magnetism, Langevin’s theory for diamagnetic material, Applications of Magnetism.

Superconductors: Temperature dependence of resistivity in superconducting materials, Effect of magnetic field (Meissner effect), Temperature dependence of critical field, Type I and Type II superconductors. Applications of Superconductors.

 

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Ø An introduction to mechanics, D. Kleppner, R.J. Kolenkow, 1973, McGraw-Hill.

 

  • Ø Mechanics, Berkeley Physics, vol.1, C.Kittel, W.Knight, et.al. 2007, Tata McGraw-Hill.

 

  • Ø Physics, Resnick, Halliday and Walker 8/e. 2008, Wiley.
  • Ø Analytical Mechanics, G.R. Fowles and G.L. Cassiday. 2005, Cengage Learning.
  • Ø Feynman Lectures, Vol. I, R.P.Feynman, R.B.Leighton, M.Sands, 2008, Pearson Education

 

  • Ø Introduction to Special Relativity, R. Resnick, 2005, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Ø University Physics, Ronald Lane Reese, 2003, Thomson Brooks/Cole.

Additional Books for Reference

 

  • Ø Mechanics, D.S. Mathur, S. Chand and Company Limited, 2000

 

  • Ø University Physics. F.W Sears, M.W Zemansky, H.D Young 13/e, 1986, Addison Wesley

 

  • Ø Physics for scientists and Engineers with Modern Phys., J.W. Jewett, R.A. Serway, 2010, Cengage Learning

 

  • Ø Theoretical Mechanics, M.R. Spiegel, 2006, Tata McGraw Hill.

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: MECHANICS LAB/ APPLIED PHYSICS LAB

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-174

 

  1. Measurements of length (or diameter) using vernier caliper, screw gauge and travelling microscope.

 

  1. To study the random error in observations.

 

  1. To determine the height of a building using a Sextant.

 

  1. To study the Motion of Spring and calculate (a) Spring constant, (b) g and (c) Modulus of rigidity.

 

  1. To determine the Moment of Inertia of a Flywheel.

 

  1. To determine g and velocity for a freely falling body using Digital Timing Technique

 

  1. To determine Coefficient of Viscosity of water by Capillary Flow Method (Poiseuille’s method).

 

  1. To determine the Young's Modulus of a Wire by Optical Lever Method.

 

  1. To determine the Modulus of Rigidity of a Wire by Maxwell’s needle.

 

  1. To determine the elastic Constants of a wire by Searle’s method.

 

  1. To determine the value of g using Bar Pendulum.

 

  1. To determine the value of g using Kater’s Pendulum.

Note: Each student is required to perform at least seven experiments.

Reference Books

 

  • Ø Advanced Practical Physics for students, B. L. Flint and H.T. Worsnop, 1971, Asia Publishing House

 

  • Ø Advanced level Physics Practicals, Michael Nelson and Jon M. Ogborn, 4th Edition, reprinted 1985, Heinemann Educational Publishers

 

SUBJECT NAME: CALCULUS (WITH ELECTIVE)

SUBJECT CODE: BMA-115

 

Unit-1: Limit & Continuity : The real line and its geometrical representation; e-δ treatment of limit and continuity; Properties of limit and classification of discontinuities; Properties of continuous functions.

 

Unit-2: Differentiability: Successive differentiation; Leibnitz Theorem; Statement of Rolle's Theorem; Mean Value Theorem; Taylor and Maclaurin's Theorems; Indeterminate forms.

 

Unit 3: Applications of Differentiation : Asymptotes; Concavity, convexity and points of inflection; Curvature; Extrema; elementry curves, tangent and normal in parametric form; Polar Coordinates.

 

Unit-4: Partial Differentiation: Limits and continuity of functions of two variables; Partial derivatives;   Taylor’s theorem and Maclaurin’s Theorem for function of two variable; Maxima and minima for function of two variable.

 

Unit-5: Double and triple integrals; Change of order in double integrals. Application of Integration : length of a curve; Arc length as a parameter; Evoute & Envelope; Volumes and surface areas of solids of revolution.

Reference Books:

  1. Gorakh Prasad, Differential Calculus, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad, 2000.
  2. Gorakh Prasad, Integral Calculus, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad, 2000.
  3. Gabriel Klambauer, Mathematical Analysis, Marcel Dekkar Inc. New York 1975.
  4. Shanti Narayan, Elements of Real Analysis, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.

5Shanti Narayan, A Text Book of Vector Calculus, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.

  1. G.B. Thomas and R.L. Finney, Calculus, 9th Ed., Pearson Education, Delhi, 2005.
  2. M.J. Strauss, G.L. Bradley and K. J. Smith, Calculus, 3rd Ed., Dorling Kindersley (India) P.

Ltd. (Pearson Education), Delhi, 2007.

  1. H. Anton, I. Bivens and S. Davis, Calculus, 7th Ed., John Wiley and Sons (Asia) P. Ltd.,Singapore, 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester III

 

SUBJECT NAME: THERMAL PHYSICS

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-220

 

Unit I  Introduction to Thermodynamics

Zeroth and First Law of Thermodynamics: Extensive and intensive Thermodynamic Variables, Thermodynamic Equilibrium, Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics & Concept of Temperature, Concept of Work & Heat, State Functions, First Law of Thermodynamics and its differential form, Internal Energy, First Law & various processes, Applications of First Law: General Relation between CP and CV, Work Done during Isothermal and Adiabatic Processes, Compressibility and Expansion Co-efficient.

 

Unit II Second Law of Thermodynamics:

 Reversible and Irreversible process with examples. Conversion of Work into Heat and Heat into Work. Heat Engines. Carnot’s Cycle, Carnot engine & efficiency. Refrigerator & coefficient of performance, 2nd Law of Thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planck and Clausius Statements and their Equivalence. Carnot’s Theorem. Applications of Second Law of Thermodynamics: Thermodynamic Scale of Temperature and its Equivalence to Perfect Gas Scale.

 

Unit III Entropy:

Concept of Entropy, Clausius Theorem. Clausius Inequality, Second Law of Thermodynamics in terms of Entropy. Entropy of a perfect gas. Principle of Increase of Entropy. Entropy Changes in Reversible and Irreversible processes with examples. Entropy of the Universe. Entropy Changes in Reversible and Irreversible Processes. Principle of Increase of Entropy. Temperature–Entropy diagrams for Carnot’s Cycle. Third Law of Thermodynamics. Unattainability of Absolute Zero.

Thermodynamic Potentials: Thermodynamic Potentials: Internal Energy, Enthalpy, Helmholtz Free Energy, Gibb’s Free Energy. Their Definitions, Properties and Applications. Surface Films and Variation of Surface Tension with Temperature. Magnetic Work, Cooling due to adiabatic demagnetization, First and second order Phase Transitions with examples, Clausius Clapeyron Equation and Ehrenfest equations.

 

Unit IV Maxwell’s Thermodynamic Relations:

Derivations and applications of Maxwell’s Relations, Maxwell’s Relations:(1) Clausius Clapeyron equation, (2) Values of Cp-Cv, (3) TdS Equations, (4) Joule-Kelvin coefficient for Ideal and Van der Waal Gases, (5) Energy equations, (6) Change of Temperature during Adiabatic Process.  

Kinetic Theory of Gases: Distribution of Velocities: Maxwell-Boltzmann Law of Distribution of Velocities in an Ideal Gas and its Experimental Verification. Doppler Broadening of Spectral Lines and Stern’s Experiment. Mean, RMS and Most Probable Speeds. Degrees of Freedom. Law of Equipartition of Energy (No proof required). Specific heats of Gases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit V Molecular Collisions:

Mean Free Path. Collision Probability. Estimates of Mean Free Path. Transport Phenomenon in Ideal Gases: (1) Viscosity, (2) Thermal Conductivity and (3) Diffusion. Brownian Motion and its Significance.

Real Gases: Behavior of Real Gases: Deviations from the Ideal Gas Equation. The Virial Equation. Andrew’s Experiments on CO2 Gas. Critical Constants. Continuity of Liquid and Gaseous State. Vapour and Gas. Boyle Temperature. Van der Waal’s Equation of State for Real Gases. Values of Critical Constants. Law of Corresponding States. Comparison with Experimental Curves. P-V Diagrams. Joule’s Experiment. Free Adiabatic Expansion of a Perfect Gas. Joule-Thomson Porous Plug Experiment. Joule- Thomson Effect for Real and Van der Waal Gases. Temperature of Inversion. Joule- Thomson Cooling.

 

Reference Books:

Heat and Thermodynamics, M.W. Zemansky, Richard Dittman, 1981, McGraw-Hill.

A Treatise on Heat, Meghnad Saha, and B.N.Srivastava, 1958, Indian Press

Thermal Physics, S. Garg, R. Bansal and Ghosh, 2nd Edition, 1993, Tata McGraw-Hill

Modern Thermodynamics with Statistical Mechanics, Carl S. Helrich, 2009, Springer.

Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory & Statistical Thermodynamics, Sears & Salinger.

1988, Narosa.

Concepts in Thermal Physics, S.J. Blundell and K.M. Blundell, 2nd Ed., 2012, Oxford

University Press

Thermal Physics, A. Kumar and S.P. Taneja, 2014, R. Chand Publications.

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: Thermal Physic Lab

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-270

 

  1. To determine Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, J, by Callender and Barne’s constant flow method.
  2. To determine the Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity of Cu by Searle’s Apparatus.
  3. To determine the Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity of Cu by Angstrom’s Method.
  4. To determine the Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity of a bad conductor by Lee and Charlton’s disc method.
  5. To determine the Temperature Coefficient of Resistance by Platinum Resistance Thermometer (PRT).
  6. To study the variation of Thermo-Emf of a Thermocouple with Difference of Temperature of its Two Junctions.
  7. To calibrate a thermocouple to measure temperature in a specified Range using (1) Null Method, (2) Direct measurement using Op-Amp difference amplifier and to determine Neutral Temperature.

 

Note: Each students is required to perform at least seven experiments.

 

Reference Books

Advanced Practical Physics for students, B. L. Flint and H.T. Worsnop, 1971, Asia

Publishing House

A Text Book of Practical Physics, I.Prakash & Ramakrishna, 11th Ed., 2011, Kitab Mahal

Advanced level Physics Practicals, Michael Nelson and Jon M. Ogborn, 4th Edition,

reprinted 1985, Heinemann Educational Publishers

A Laboratory Manual of Physics for undergraduate classes,D.P.Khandelwal,1985, Vani Pub.

 

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: DIGITAL SYSTEM AND APPLICATION

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-221

Unit I Introduction to CRO:

Block Diagram of CRO. Electron Gun, Deflection System and Time Base. Deflection Sensitivity. Applications of CRO: (1) Study of Waveform, (2) Measurement of Voltage, Current, Frequency, and Phase Difference.

Integrated Circuits (Qualitative treatment only): Active & Passive components. Discrete components. Wafer. Chip. Advantages and drawbacks of ICs. Scale of integration: SSI, MSI, LSI and VLSI (basic idea and definitions only). Classification of ICs. Examples of Linear and Digital lCs.

Unit II Digital Circuits: Difference between Analog and Digital Circuits. Binary Numbers. Decimal to Binary and Binary to Decimal Conversion. BCD, Octal and Hexadecimal numbers. AND, OR and NOT Gates (realization using Diodes and Transistor). NAND and NOR Gates as Universal Gates. XOR and XNOR Gates and application as Parity Checkers.

Boolean algebra: De Morgan's Theorems. Boolean Laws. Simplification of Logic Circuit using Boolean Algebra. Fundamental Products. Idea of Minterms and Maxterms. Conversion of a Truth table into Equivalent Logic Circuit by (1) Sum of Products Method and (2) Karnaugh Map.

 

Unit III Data processing circuits:

Basic idea of Multiplexers, De-multiplexers, Decoders, Encoders.

Arithmetic Circuits: Binary Addition. Binary Subtraction using 2's Complement. Half and Full Adders. Half & Full Subtractors, 4-bit binary Adder/Subtractor.

Sequential Circuits: SR, D, and JK Flip-Flops. Clocked (Level and Edge Triggered) Flip-Flops. Preset and Clear operations. Race-around conditions in JK Flip-Flop. M/S JK Flip-Flop.

Timers: IC 555: block diagram and applications: Astable multivibrator and Monostable multivibrator.

 

Unit IV Shift registers:

Serial-in-Serial-out, Serial-in-Parallel-out, Parallel-in-Serial-out and Parallel-in-Parallel-out Shift Registers (only up to 4 bits).

Counters(4 bits): Ring Counter. Asynchronous counters, Decade Counter. Synchronous Counter.

Computer Organization: Input/Output Devices. Data storage (idea of RAM and ROM). Computer memory. Memory organization & addressing. Memory Interfacing. Memory Map.

 

Unit V Intel 8085 Microprocessor Architecture: Main features of 8085. Block diagram. Components. Pin-out diagram. Buses. Registers. ALU. Memory. Stack memory. Timing & Control circuitry. Timing states. Instruction cycle, Timing diagram of MOV and MVI.

Introduction to Assembly Language: 1 byte, 2 byte & 3 byte instructions.

 

Reference Books:

  • Digital Principles and Applications, A.P. Malvino, D.P.Leach and Saha, 7th Ed., 2011, Tata McGraw
  • Fundamentals of Digital Circuits, Anand Kumar, 2nd Edn, 2009, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
  • Digital Circuits and systems, Venugopal, 2011, Tata McGraw Hill.
  • Digital Electronics G K Kharate ,2010, Oxford University Press
  • Digital Systems: Principles & Applications, R.J.Tocci, N.S.Widmer, 2001, PHI Learning
  • Logic circuit design, Shimon P. Vingron, 2012, Springer.
  • Digital Electronics, Subrata Ghoshal, 2012, Cengage Learning.
  • Digital Electronics, S.K. Mandal, 2010, 1st edition, McGraw Hill
  • Microprocessor Architecture Programming & applications with 8085, 2002, R.S. Goankar, Prentice Hall.

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SUBJECT NAME: DIGITAL SYSTEM AND APPLICATION LAB

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-271

 

  1. To measure (a) Voltage, and (b) Time period of a periodic waveform using CRO.
  2. To test a Diode and Transistor using a Multimeter.
  3. To design a switch (NOT gate) using a transistor.
  4. To verify and design AND, OR, NOT and XOR gates using NAND gates.
  5. To design a combinational logic system for a specified Truth Table.
  6. To convert a Boolean expression into logic circuit and design it using logic gate ICs.
  7. To minimize a given logic circuit.
  8. Half Adder, Full Adder and 4-bit binary Adder.
  9. Half Subtractor, Full Subtractor, Adder-Subtractor using Full Adder I.C.
  10. To build Flip-Flop (RS, Clocked RS, D-type and JK) circuits using NAND gates.
  11. To build JK Master-slave flip-flop using Flip-Flop ICs
  12. To build a 4-bit Counter using D-type/JK Flip-Flop ICs and study timing diagram.
  13. To make a 4-bit Shift Register (serial and parallel) using D-type/JK Flip-Flop ICs.
  14. To design an astable multivibrator of given specifications using 555 Timer.
  15. To design a monostable multivibrator of given specifications using 555 Timer.
  16. Write the following programs using 8085 Microprocessor
  17. a) Addition and subtraction of numbers using direct addressing mode
  18. b) Addition and subtraction of numbers using indirect addressing mode
  19. c) Multiplication by repeated addition.
  20. d) Division by repeated subtraction.
  21. e) Handling of 16-bit Numbers.
  22. f) Use of CALL and RETURN Instruction.
  23. g) Block data handling.
  24. h) Other programs (e.g. Parity Check, using interrupts, etc.).

 

Note: Each students is required to perform at least seven experiments

 

Reference Books:

Modern Digital Electronics, R.P. Jain, 4th Edition, 2010, Tata McGraw Hill.

Basic Electronics: A text lab manual, P.B. Zbar, A.P. Malvino, M.A. Miller, 1994, Mc-Graw Hill.

Microprocessor Architecture Programming and applications with 8085, R.S. Goankar, 2002, Prentice Hall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS-II

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-222

 

The emphasis of the course is on applications in solving problems of interest to physicists. Students are to be examined on the basis of problems, seen and unseen.

 

Unit I Fourier Series:

Periodic functions. Orthogonality of sine and cosine functions, Dirichlet Conditions (Statement only). Expansion of periodic functions in a series of sine and cosine functions and determination of Fourier coefficients. Complex representation of Fourier series. Expansion of functions with arbitrary period. Expansion of non-periodic functions over an interval. Even and odd functions and their Fourier expansions. Application. Summing of Infinite Series. Term-by-Term differentiation and integration of Fourier Series. Parseval Identity.

 

Unit II Special Functions:

Legendre, Bessel, Hermite and Laguerre Differential Equations. Properties of Legendre Polynomials: Rodrigues Formula, Generating Function, Orthogonality. Simple recurrence relations. Expansion of function in a series of Legendre Polynomials. Bessel Functions of the First Kind: Generating Function, simple recurrence relations. Zeros of Bessel Functions (Jo(x) and J1(x))and Orthogonality.

 

Unit III Some Special Integrals:

Beta and Gamma Functions and Relation between them. Expression of Integrals in terms of Gamma Functions. Error Function (Probability Integral).

 

Unit IV Theory of Errors:

 Systematic and Random Errors. Propagation of Errors. Normal Law of Errors. Standard and Probable Error. Least-squares fit. Error on the slope and intercept of a fitted line.

 

Unit V Partial Differential Equations: Solutions to partial differential equations, using separation of variables: Laplace's Equation in problems of rectangular, cylindrical and spherical symmetry. Wave equation and its solution for vibrational modes of a stretched string, rectangular and circular membranes. Diffusion Equation.

 

 

Reference Books:

  • Ø Mathematical Methods for Physicists: Arfken, Weber, 2005, Harris, Elsevier.
  • Ø Fourier Analysis by M.R. Spiegel, 2004, Tata McGraw-Hill.
  • Ø Mathematics for Physicists, Susan M. Lea, 2004, Thomson Brooks/Cole.
  • Ø Differential Equations, George F. Simmons, 2006, Tata McGraw-Hill.
  • Ø Partial Differential Equations for Scientists & Engineers, S.J. Farlow, 1993, Dover Pub.
  • Ø Engineering Mathematics, S.Pal and S.C. Bhunia, 2015, Oxford University Press
  • Ø Mathematical methods for Scientists & Engineers, D.A. McQuarrie, 2003, Viva Books

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – II LAB

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-272

 

 

 

The aim of this Lab is to use the computational methods to solve physical problems. Course will consist of lectures (both theory and practical) in the Lab. Evaluation done not on the programming but on the basis of formulating the problem

 

Topics

Description with Applications

Introduction  to  Numerical  computation software Scilab, Matlab

Introduction to Scilab, Advantages and disadvantages, Scilab environment,   Command   window,   Figure, window, Edit window, Variables and arrays, Initialising variables in Scilab, Multidimensional arrays, Subarray, Special values, Displaying output data, data file, Scalar and array operations, Hierarchy of operations, Built in Scilab functions, Introduction to plotting, 2D and 3D plotting (2), Branching Statements and program design, Relational & logical operators, the while loop, for loop, details of loop operations, break & continue statements, nested loops, logical arrays and vectorization (2) User defined  functions,  Introduction  to  Scilab  functions, Variable  passing  in  Scilab,  optional  arguments, preserving data between calls to a function, Complex and Character data, string function, Multidimensional arrays (2) an introduction to Scilab file processing, file opening and closing, Binary I/o functions, comparing binary and formatted functions, Numerical methods and developing the skills of writing a program (2)

Curve fitting, Least square fit, Goodness of fit, standard deviation

Ohms law to calculate R, Hooke’s law to calculate spring constant

Solution of Linear system of equations by Gauss elimination method and Gauss Seidal method. Diagonalization of matrices, Inverse of a matrix, Eigen vectors, eigen values problems

Solution of mesh equations of electric circuits (3 meshes) Solution of coupled spring mass systems (3 masses)

Generation of Special functions using User defined functions in Scilab

Generating and plotting Legendre Polynomials Generating and plotting Bessel function

Solution of ODE 

 

 

First order Differential equation Euler, modified Euler and Runge-Kutta second order methods

 

Second order differential equation Fixed difference method

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Partial differential equations

First order differential equation

·          Radioactive decay

 

·          Current in RC, LC circuits with DC source

·          Newton’s law of cooling

·          Classical equations of motion

  

 

Second order Differential Equation

·         Harmonic oscillator (no friction)

·         Damped Harmonic oscillator

·         Over damped

·         Critical damped

·         Oscillatory

·         Forced Harmonic oscillator

·         Transient and

·         Steady state solution

·         Solve 

 

 

 

With the boundary condition at

In the range 1≤ x ≤ 3. Plot y and  against x in the given  range on the same graph.

 

Partial Differential Equation

·         Wave equation

·         Heat equation

·         Poisson equation

·         Laplace equation

Using Scicos / xcos

·         Generating square wave, sine wave, saw tooth wave

·         Solution to harmonic oscillator

·         Study of beat phenomenon

·         Phase space plots

 

 

Note; Each students is required to perform at least seven experiments.

 

Reference Books:

 

  • Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineers, K.F Riley, M.P. Hobson and S. J. Bence, 3rd, 2006, Cambridge University Press

 

  • Complex Variables, A.S. Fokas & M.J. Ablowitz, 8th, 2011, Cambridge Univ. Press
  • First course in complex analysis with applications, D.G. Zill and P.D. Shanahan, 1940, Jones & Bartlett
  • Computational Physics, D.Walker, 1st, 2015, Scientific International Pvt. Ltd.

 

  • A Guide to MATLAB, B.R. Hunt, R.L. Lipsman, J.M. Rosenberg, 2014, 3rd, Cambridge University Press

 

  • Simulation of ODE/PDE Models with MATLAB®, OCTAVE and SCILAB: Scientific and Engineering Applications: A.V. Wouwer, P. Saucez, C.V. Fernández. 2014 Springer
  • Scilab by example: M. Affouf 2012, ISBN: 978-1479203444

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: APPLIED OPTICS

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-223

 

Unit-I Wave Optics:

Electromagnetic nature of light. Definition and properties of wave front. Huygens Principle. Temporal and Spatial Coherence.

Interference: Division of amplitude and wavefront. Young’s double slit experiment. Lloyd’s Mirror and Fresnel’s Biprism. Newton’s Rings: Measurement of wavelength and refractive index.

Interferometer: Michelson Interferometer-(1) Idea of form of fringes (No theory required),

Diffraction: Fraunhofer diffraction: Single slit. Circular aperture, Resolving Power of a telescope. Double slit. Multiple slits. Diffraction grating.

Fresnel Diffraction: Fresnel’s Assumptions. Fresnel’s Half-Period Zones for Plane Wave. Explanation of Rectilinear Propagation of Light

 

Unit II: Basic Laser Theory &  Laser Systems

 

Historical background of laser, Einstein coefficients and stimulated light amplification: population inversion, creation of population inversion in three level & four level lasers.

Gas Laser: CO2 laser, Solid State Laser: Host material and its characteristics, doped ions, Nd:YAG laser, Liquid laser: Dye laser, Semiconductor laser.

 

Unit III: Laser Beam Propagation

Laser beam propagation, properties of Gaussian beam, resonator, stability, various types of resonators, resonator for high gain and high energy lasers, Gaussian beam focusing.

Concept of spatial frequency filtering, Fourier transforming property of a thinlens.

 

Unit IV: Nonlinear Optics & Fourier Optics

Origin of nonlinearity, susceptibility tensor, phase matching, second harmonic generation, methods of enhancement, frequency mixing processes, nonlinear optical materials.

 

Unit V: Holography

Importance of coherence, resolution, types of hologram, white light reflection, hologram, Principle of holography and characteristics, Recording and reconstruction, classification of hologram and application, non-destructive testing.

Reference Book:

  1. Principles of lasers- O Svelto
  2. Solid State Laser Engineering- W Koechner
  3. Laser- B A Labgyel
  4. Gas laser- A J Boom
  5. Methods of Experimental Physics Vol. 15B ed. By C L Tang
  6. Industrial Application of Lasers – J F Ready
  7. Handbook of Nonlinear Optics- R L Sautherland

 

 

 

 

 

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SUBJECT NAME: QUANTUM MECHANICS AND APPLICATIONS

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-320

 

Unit-I Time dependent Schrodinger equation:

Time dependent Schrodinger equation and dynamical evolution of a quantum state; Properties of Wave Function. Interpretation of Wave Function Probability and probability current densities in three dimensions; Conditions for Physical Acceptability of Wave Functions.Normalization.Linearity and Superposition Principles.Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions.Position, momentum and Energy operators; commutator of position and momentum operators; Expectation values of position and momentum.Wave Function of a Free Particle.                                                           

Unit-II Time independent Schrodinger equation:

Hamiltonian, stationary states and energy eigenvalues; expansion of an arbitrary wavefunction as a linear combination of energy eigenfunctions; General solution of the time dependent Schrodinger equation in terms of linear combinations of stationary states; Application to spread of Gaussian wave-packet for a free particle in one dimension; wave packets, Fourier transforms and momentum space wavefunction; Position-momentum uncertainty principle.                                                                                                 

Unit-III General discussion of bound states in an arbitrary potential:

continuity of wave function, boundary condition and emergence of discrete energy levels; application to one-dimensional problem-square well potential; Quantum mechanics of simple harmonic oscillator-energy levels and energy eigenfunctions using Frobenius method; Hermite polynomials; ground state, zero point energy & uncertainty principle.                                                                         

Unit-IV Quantum theory of Hydrogen-like atoms:

Time independent Schrodinger equation in spherical polar coordinates; separation of variables for second order partial differential equation; angular momentum operator & quantum numbers; Radial wavefunctions from Frobenius method; shapes of the probability densities for ground & first excited states; Orbital angular momentum quantum numbers l and m; s, p, d,.. shells;

Many electron atoms: Pauli’s Exclusion Principle. Symmetric &Antisymmetric Wave Functions.Periodic table.Fine structure. Spin orbit coupling. Spectral Notations for Atomic States.Total angular momentum.Vector Model.Spin-orbit coupling in atomsL-S and J-J couplings.Hund’s Rule. Term symbols. Spectra of Hydrogen and Alkali Atoms (Na etc.).   

Unit-V Atoms in Electric & Magnetic Fields:

Electron angular momentum. Space quantization.Electron Spin and Spin Angular Momentum.Larmor’s Theorem. Spin Magnetic Moment. Stern-Gerlach Experiment. Zeeman Effect: Electron Magnetic Moment and Magnetic Energy, Gyromagnetic Ratio and Bohr Magneton;

Atoms in External Magnetic Fields: Normal and Anomalous Zeeman Effect. Paschen Back and Stark Effect (Qualitative Discussion only).

Reference Books:

  • A Text book of Quantum Mechanics, P.M.Mathews and K.Venkatesan, 2nd Ed., 2010, McGraw Hill
  • Quantum Mechanics, Robert Eisberg and Robert Resnick, 2nd Edn., 2002, Wiley.
  • Quantum Mechanics, Leonard I. Schiff, 3rd Edn. 2010, Tata McGraw Hill.
  • Quantum Mechanics, G. Aruldhas, 2nd Edn. 2002, PHI Learning of India.
  • Quantum Mechanics, Bruce Cameron Reed, 2008, Jones and Bartlett Learning.
  • Quantum Mechanics: Foundations & Applications, Arno Bohm, 3rd Edn., 1993, Springer
  • Quantum Mechanics for Scientists & Engineers, D.A.B. Miller, 2008, Cambridge University Press

Additional Books for Reference:

  • Quantum Mechanics, EugenMerzbacher, 2004, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
  • Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, D.J. Griffith, 2nd Ed. 2005, Pearson Education
  • Quantum Mechanics, Walter Greiner, 4th Edn., 2001, Springer

 

SUBJECT NAME: QUANTUM MECHANICS AND APPLICATION LAB

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-370

Use C/C++/Scilab for solving the following problems based on Quantum Mechanics like

  1. Solve the s-wave Schrodinger equation for the ground state and the first excited state of the hydrogen atom:

where

Here, m is the reduced mass of the electron. Obtain the energy eigenvalues and plot the corresponding wavefunctions. Remember that the ground state energy of the hydrogen atom is » -13.6 eV. Take e = 3.795 (eVÅ)1/2, ħc = 1973 (eVÅ) and m = 0.511x106 eV/c2 .

 

  1. Solve the s-wave radial Schrodinger equation for an atom:

where m is the reduced mass of the system (which can be chosen to be the mass of an electron), for the screened coulomb potential

a

Find the energy (in eV) of the ground state of the atom to an accuracy of three significant digits. Also, plot the corresponding wavefunction. Take e = 3.795 (eVÅ)1/2, m = 0.511x106 eV/c2 , and a = 3 Å, 5 Å, 7 Å. In these units ħc = 1973 (eVÅ). The ground state energy is expected to be above -12 eV in all three cases.

 

  1. Solve the s-wave radial Schrodinger equation for a particle of mass m

For the anharmonic oscillator potential

for the ground state energy (in MeV) of particle to an accuracy of three significant digits. Also, plot the corresponding wave function. Choose m = 940 MeV/c2 , k = 100 33 MeV fm-2, b = 0, 10, 30 MeV fm-3 .In these units, cħ = 197.3 MeV fm. The ground state energy I expected to lie between 90 and 110 MeV for all three cases.

  1. Solve the s-wave radial Schrodinger equation for the vibrations of hydrogen molecule:

Where m is the reduced mass of the two-atom system for the Morse potential

 Find the lowest vibrational energy (in MeV) of the molecule to an accuracy of three significant digits. Also plot the corresponding wave function. Take: m = 940x106 eV/C2 , D = 0.755501 eV, α = 1.44, ro = 0.131349

          Laboratory based experiments

  1. Study of Electron spin resonance- determine magnetic field as a function of the resonance frequency
  2. Study of Zeeman effect: with external magnetic field; Hyperfine splitting
  3. To show the tunneling effect in tunnel diode using I-V characteristics.
  4. Quantum efficiency of CCDs

 

NOTE: Each student is required to perform at least seven experiments.

Reference Books:

  • Schaum's outline of Programming with C++.J.Hubbard, 2000,McGraw‐Hill Publication
  • Numerical Recipes in C: The Art of Scientific Computing, W.H. Pressetal., 3rd Edn., 2007, Cambridge University Press.
  • An introduction to computational Physics, T.Pang, 2nd Edn.,2006, Cambridge Univ. Press
  • Simulation of ODE/PDE Models with MATLAB®, OCTAVE and SCILAB: Scientific & Engineering Applications: A. VandeWouwer, P. Saucez, C. V. Fernández.2014 Springer.
  • Scilab(A Free Software to Matlab): H. Ramchandran, A.S. Nair. 2011 S. Chand & Co.
  • A Guide to MATLAB, B.R. Hunt, R.L. Lipsman, J.M. Rosenberg, 2014, 3rd Edn., Cambridge University Press

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: SOLID STATE PHYSICS

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-321

                                         

Unit-I Crystal Structure:

Solids: Amorphous and Crystalline Materials. Lattice Translation Vectors.Lattice with a Basis – Central and Non-Central Elements.Unit Cell.Miller Indices.Reciprocal Lattice.Types of Lattices.Brillouin Zones.Diffraction of X-rays by Crystals.Bragg’s Law.Atomic and Geometrical Factor.                                                                                                                 

Unit-II Elementary Lattice Dynamics:

Lattice Vibrations and Phonons: Linear Monoatomic and Diatomic Chains. Acoustical and Optical Phonons. Qualitative Description of the 34 Phonon Spectrum in Solids. Dulong and Petit’s Law, Einstein and Debye theories of specific heat of solids. T3 law                             

Unit-III Properties of Matter:

Magnetic Properties: Dia-, Para-, Ferri- and Ferromagnetic Materials. Classical Langevin Theory of dia– and Paramagnetic Domains.Quantum Mechanical Treatment of Paramagnetism.Curie’s law, Weiss’s Theory of Ferromagnetism and Ferromagnetic Domains.Discussion of B-H Curve. Hysteresis and Energy Loss.; Dielectric Properties: Polarization. Local Electric Field at an Atom.Depolarization Field.Electric Susceptibility.Polarizability.ClausiusMosotti Equation.Classical Theory of Electric Polarizability.Normal and Anomalous Dispersion.Cauchy and Sellmeir relations.Langevin-Debye equation.Complex Dielectric Constant.Optical Phenomena. Application: Plasma Oscillations, Plasma Frequency, Plasmons, TO modes. Ferroelectric Properties: Structural phase transition, Classification of crystals, Piezoelectric effect, Pyroelectric effect, Ferroelectric effect, Electrostrictive effect, Curie-Weiss Law, Ferroelectric domains, PE hysteresis loop.                                    

Unit-IV Elementary band theory:

 Kronig Penny model. Band Gap.Conductor, Semiconductor (P and N type) and insulator.Conductivity of Semiconductor, mobility, Hall Effect.Measurement of conductivity (04 probe method) & Hall coefficient.

Unit-V Superconductivity:

Experimental Results. Critical Temperature.Critical magnetic field.Meissner effect. Type I and type II Superconductors, London’s Equation and Penetration Depth. Isotope effect. Idea of BCS theory (No derivation)

Reference Books:

  • Introduction to Solid State Physics, Charles Kittel, 8th Edition, 2004, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Elements of Solid State Physics, J.P. Srivastava, 4th Edition, 2015, Prentice-Hall of India
  • Introduction to Solids, Leonid V. Azaroff, 2004, Tata Mc-Graw Hill
  • Solid State Physics, N.W. Ashcroft and N.D. Mermin, 1976, Cengage Learning
  • Solid-state Physics, H. Ibach and H. Luth, 2009, Springer · Solid State Physics, Rita John, 2014, McGraw Hill
  • Elementary Solid State Physics, 1/e M. Ali Omar, 1999, Pearson India
  • Solid State Physics, M.A. Wahab, 2011, Narosa Publications

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SUBJECT NAME: SOLID STATE PHYSICS LAB

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-371

 

  1. Measurement of susceptibility of paramagnetic solution (Quinck`s Tube Method)
  2. To measure the Magnetic susceptibility of Solids.
  3. To determine the Coupling Coefficient of a Piezoelectric crystal.
  4. To measure the Dielectric Constant of a dielectric Materials with frequency
  5. To determine the complex dielectric constant and plasma frequency of metal using Surface Plasmon resonance (SPR)
  6. To determine the refractive index of a dielectric layer using SPR
  7. To study the PE Hysteresis loop of a Ferroelectric Crystal.
  8. To draw the BH curve of Fe using Solenoid & determine energy loss from Hysteresis.
  9. To measure the resistivity of a semiconductor (Ge) with temperature by four-probe method (room temperature to 150 o C) and to determine its band gap.
  10. To determine the Hall coefficient of a semiconductor sample.

Note: Each student is required to perform at least seven experiments.

 

 

Reference Books :

  • Advanced Practical Physics for students, B.L. Flint and H.T. Worsnop, 1971, Asia Publishing House.
  • Advanced level Physics Practicals, Michael Nelson and Jon M. Ogborn, 4th Edition, reprinted 1985, Heinemann Educational Publishers.
  • A Text Book of Practical Physics, I.Prakash& Ramakrishna, 11th Ed., 2011, KitabMahal
  • Elements of Solid State Physics, J.P. Srivastava, 2nd Ed., 2006, Prentice-Hall of India

 

SUBJECT NAME: PHYSICS OF DEVICE AND COMMUNICATION

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-322

 

Unit I: Measurement Science

Static characteristics of measuring instruments - accuracy, precision sensitivity, non-linerarity, hysteresis - dynamic characteristics - I order and II order instruments - Standards and calibration-

errors and error analysis.

 

Unit II: Transducers

Variable resistance transducers - potentiometer, strain gauge RTD, thermistor, hygrometer-Variable inductance transducers - LVDT - variable relectance accelerometer – variable capacitance tranaducers for differential pressure, sound and thickness measurement- piezoelectric transducer – smart transducors.

Unit III: Industrial Instruments

Temperature measurement - thermocouples, cold-junction compensation for thermocouple, radiation and optical pyrometers - pressure measurements - bourdon gauge, bellows, diaphragme, differential pressure transmitter, vacum gauges, melead gauge, pirani gauge-flow measurement-office meter, venturimeter, electro-magnetic flow meter, ultrasonic flow meter, rotameter positive displacement meters, mass flowmeters.

 

 

 

 

Unit IV: Fundamentals of Networks:

Dc And Ac Series And Parallel Circuits - Kirchhoffs Law - Network Graph – Matrix Representation- Solution Of Steady State, equations - transients in AC networks-frequency response of RL, RC, RIC series and parallel circuits.

 

Unit V: Fundamentals Electronics and Bio-Medical Measurements:

Electronics Instruments: BJT, FET and MOSFET voltmerters - solid state multimeter - DMM - audio and Radio frequency signal generators - AM signal generator

Bio-Medical Instruments: Measurement of biological signals - ECG,EEG, EMG - blood pressure and blood flow measurements-defibrillators-pace maker.

Reference Books:

  1. Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments By S. Kamakshaiah, J. Amarnath, KrishnaMurthy, Published by I K International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2011.
  2. Helfrick and Cooper, “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and MeasurementTechniques”, Prentice-Hall of India, Reprint 1988.
    3. Jones, B.E., “Instrumentation Measurement and Feedback”, Tata McGraw-Hill, 1986.
  3. Golding, E.W., “Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments”, 3rd Edition, Sir Issac Pitman and Sons, 1960.
    5. Buckingham, H. and Price, E.N., “Principles of Electrical Measurements”, 1961.

 

 

SUBJECT NAME: NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS

SUBJECT CODE: BPH-323

 

Unit I: Structure of Nuclei and Radioactivity

Basic Properties of Nuclei: (1) Mass, (2) Radii, (3) Charge, (4) Angular Momentum, (5) Spin, (5) Magnetic Moment (μ), (6) Stability and (7) Binding Energy. 

Radioactivity: Law of Radioactive Decay. Half-life, Theory of Successive Radioactive Transformations. Radioactive Series, Binding Energy, Mass Formula. α-decay :- Range of α-particles, Geiger-Nuttal law and α-particle Spectra. Gamow Theory of Alpha Decay, β-decay. Energy Spectra and Neutrino Hypothesis, γ-decay :- Origin of γ-rays, Nuclear Isomerism and Internal Conversion.

 

Unit II: Nuclear Reactions

Types of Reactions and Conservation Laws. Concept of Compound and Direct Reaction. Compound Nucleus. Scattering Problem in One Dimension : Reflection and Transmission by a Finite Potential Step. Stationary Solutions, Attractive and Repulsive Potential Barriers, Scattering Cross-section. Reaction Rate. Q-value of Reaction. Fission and Fusion.

 

Unit III: Nuclear Models and Accelerators

Liquid Drop Model. Mass formula. Shell Model. Meson Theory of Nuclear Forces and Discovery of Pion. Van de Graaff  Generator, Linear Accelerator, Cyclotron, Betatron,

Unit IV: Detectors of Nuclear Radiations

 Interaction of Energetic particles with matter. Ionization chamber. GM Counter. Cloud Chambers. Wilson Cloud Chamber. Bubble Chamber. Scintillation Detectors. Semiconductor Detectors (Qualitative Discussion Only).

Unit V: Elementary Particles

Cosmic Rays :- Nature and Properties, Fundamental Interactions, Classification of Elementary Particles. Particles and Antiparticles. Baryons, Hyperons, Leptons, and Mesons. Elementary Particle Quantum Numbers : Baryon Number,

Lepton Number, Strangeness, Electric Charge, Hypercharge and Isospin0. Conservation Laws and Symmetry. Different Types of Quarks and Quark Contents of Spin ½ Baryons. Photons,

Reference Books:

  1. Concepts of Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser (McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1987)
  2. Concepts of nuclear physics by Bernard L.Cohen.(New Delhi: Tata Mcgraw Hill, 1998).
  3. Introduction to the physics of nuclei and particles by R.A. Dunlap.(Singapore: Thomson Asia, 2004).
  4. Nuclear physics by Irving Kaplan. (Oxford & IBH, 1962).
  5. Introductory nuclear physics by Kenneth S. Krane.( John Wiley & Sons, 1988)