Researches of Chemistry

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Chem 1101: Foundation Chemistry I

            Three fundamental particles will understand and their discovery experiments will learn. About the four types of quantum numbers, periodic table and periodic properties will know. The general characteristics of gases, ideal gas equation, gas laws, molecular velocities and intermolecular forces will get. The distinguish between real gas and ideal gas will understand. Surface tension, surface energy and viscosity will understand. The structures, properties, sources, preparation, uses and reactions concerning alkanes, cycloalkanes, alkenes, alkynes and alcohols will know. The primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols will classify.

Chem 1102 : Foundation Chemistry II

            About some types of chemical bonding and examples will know. Between polar and non-polar covalent bonds will classify. The physical and chemical properties of metals, non-metals as a representative elements will study. The general properties of carbon, oxygen and other essential elements for life will know. The occurrence and uses of metals and non-metals will know. The many types of solutions, mixture of solutions and approximation techniques for interacting classical particle systems will know. The reactions in aqueous solutions such as theoretical concepts and examples of acid-base reaction, oxidation-reduction reactions will introduce. The structures, properties, sources, preparation, uses and reactions concerning ethers, aldehydes and ketones will know.

Chem 1001: General Chemistry I

            The knowledge of three fundamental particles and their discovery experiments will have. The major differences in physical and chemical properties of ionic and covalent compounds will understand. The knowledge of structures, properties sources, preparation, uses and typical reactions of organic compounds will get. The ability to identify primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols will get.

Chem 1002 : General Chemistry II

            The knowledge of properties and characteristics of gases will have. Molecular weight of a pure gaseous substance will be able to calculate. The standard molar volume of an ideal gas will know. The ability to distinguish real gases and ideal gases will get. The properties of gases, liquids and solids will have the knowledge. The kinetic-molecular theory to explain the similarities and differences in properties of three states of matter will apply. The colligative properties of solutions will understand. The colligative properties to determine molecular weights of solute will use. How to make esterification and soaponification reactions will know. The knowledge of physical and chemical properties  of carboxylic acid, esters, amine and amides will get.

Chem 2101 : Inorganic Chemistry I

            The knowledge of the group VA, VIA, VIIA and the noble gases to detect a number of regularities, particularly among the features of the compounds of the non-metals that aid us in remembering and understanding the chemistry of these elements will apply. The knowledge of  Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) theory and the Valence Bond (VB) theory to predict the geometries of molecules and ions as well as explain the bonding will apply.

Chem 2102 : Physical Chemistry I

            The knowledge of basic concepts of thermodynamics will have. The nature of heat and energy such as entropy, enthalpy, internal energy and free energy with their relations will get. Thermodynamics laws, to solve simple equations and problems will apply.

Chem 2103 : Organic Chemistry I

            Structures, properties and sources of preparation, uses and types of reactions of organic compounds will get. About substitution reaction, oxidation and addition reactions of organic compound will know. Synthesis of organic compound by using EAA or acetoacetic ester will apply.

Chem 2104 : Chemistry in Societry

            The knowledge of chemistry in society to identify and formulate the energy, food fertilizers, pesticides, preservatives, additives health, consumer goods, building materials, and national defence in our society as well as solve problems in human needs will apply. Health, agriculture, industrial operation, household products, textile and building will communicate effectively and function.

Chem 2106 : Inorganic Chemistry II

            The knowledge of coordination compound to identify the neutral complex and compound consist of ions will have. Concerning with the structure of some simple inorganic ionic compounds to illustrate the underlying principles, which govern the arrangement of atoms in space are presented.

Chem 2107 : Physical Chemistry II

            The basic concepts of chemical kinetics which deals with the rate of reaction , orders, rate constants and rate laws will get. The half lifes of the order of reaction will apply and calculate. The nature of phase rule which can predict the effect of changing pressure, temperature and concentration on a heterogeneous system will understand.

Chem 2108 : Organic Chemistry II

            The knowledge of isomers and isomerism will have. Sources and uses of alkaloid compound in natural products and commercial medicine will understand. The knowledge of structure of polymer and mechanism of free radical, cationic and anionic polymerizations will have. How to classify carbohydrates and their structures will know.

Chem 2109 & 2006 : Water Chemistry

            The knowledge of water chemistry to identify and formulate the water molecule and its ability and sources in our earth as well as solve the problems in water distribution and water population will apply. Quality of water will analyze and interpret data. Experiments in the water treatment process will design and conduct. Marine science and agriculture will communicate effectively and function.

Chem 2001: Chemistry I (For Geology)

These modules aims students to familiarize with inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry and organic chemistry. In first semester, students will learn  three main parts. First, transition metals: that include members and configurations, characteristic properties, oxidation states and compound formation, 3d, 4d and 5d transition series elements, complex ion formation, chromium , manganese, iron, cobalt  and nickel. Second, basic concepts of thermodynamics : types of thermodynamic systems. Intensive and extensive properties, state of system, thermodynamics processes, nature of heat and work, isothermal reversible and irreversible expansion work of an ideal gas , maximum work done is reversible expansion, internal energy, first law of thermodynamics, enthalpy of a system, molar heat capacities, Joule-Thomson effect, adiabatic expansion of an ideal gas, spontaneous process, entropy, statement of the second law and third law, the Carnot cycle , calculation of thermodynamic efficiency, Carnot theorem, statements of the second law, derivation of entropy from Carnot cycle, entropy change in an irreversible process , entropy change for an ideal gas and zeroth law of thermodynamics. Third, aromatic compounds: nature and nomenclature of aromatic compounds, naming benzene derivatives, sources of aromatic compounds, fractional distillation of coal-tar, aromatics from petroleum, structure of benzene, aromaticity and Huckel rule, criteria for aromaticity, aromatic hydrocarbons, charged aromatic compounds, some polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and benzene and its homologues.

Chem 2004: Chemistry II (For Geology)

In second semester, students will learn  three main parts. First, structure of ionic compounds: close packing of sphere, interstitial sites, crystals, structures of some solids, binary compounds, structures of type AB, AB2, AB3, A2B3 and ternary compounds. Second, basic concepts of chemical kinetics: introduction, rate of velocity of a reaction, units of rate of a reaction, average rate of reaction, instantaneous rate of reaction, collision theory of reaction rate expression, factors affecting the reaction rate, rate law and rate constant, ionic and molecular reactions, molecularity of a reaction, order of a reaction, molecularity versus order of reaction, pseudo order reactions, reactions of the first , second and third order, units of first, second and third order rate constant, half-life of first and second order reaction, reversible or opposing reactions, reactions of higher order-explanation of their rarity on the bases  of reaction mechanism, zero order reactions , determination of the order of a reaction and disturbing factors in the determination of order. Third, chemical equilibrium : reversible processes, the law of mass action , the reaction quotient, thermodynamic derivation of the equilibrium constant, the equilibrium constant, thermodynamic derivation, relationship between Kp and Kc, properties of equilibrium constants,Kp and Kc ,the Le-Chatelier-Braun principle, the effect of concentration, pressure, temperature and catalyst, effect of inert gas, types of chemical equilibria, application of law of mass action to homogeneous gaseous equilibria, experimental verification of the law of mass action, variation of equilibrium constant with temperature and Kc with temperature and pressure.

Chem 3101 : Inorganic Chemistry III

            The stability of organometallic compounds will classify and compare. Catalysis and stoichiometric reactions of organometallic compounds will study. The solvents depending on their physical and chemical properties will classify. The structure and bonding of nitric oxide complexes will row.

Chem 3102 : Physical Chemistry III

            The fundamental concepts and principles of molecular spectroscopy and nature of electromagnetic radiation will provide. Surface tension, important application of the concept of interfacial surface tension and surface active agent will know.

Chem 3103 : Organic Chemistry III

            How to classify the types of organic reactions and how they occur will understand. There are two major mechanisms each for nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions will get knowledge. The stereochemistry of these reactions will be familiars and  the competition between substitution and elimination reactions will know.

Chem 3104 : Analytical Chemistry I

            Chemical analysis that include analysis of real sample and choice of analytical method will understand. The knowledge of basic analytical data that are used in the research field will have. How to analyte the sample by gravimetric analysis will know. About precipitation titration and its requirements will know.

Chem 3105 : Biochemistry

            The concept of biochemistry and chemical structure of organism will introduce. The function of protein, polysaccharide, lipid and nucleic acid will study. Enzymes will classify and nomenclature. The knowledge of prokaryote, eukaryote, metabolism and anabolism will have. The relation of polymerase of DNA and RNA will recognize.

Chem 3107 : Inorganic Chemistry IV

            The solvents depending on their physical and chemical properties will classify. The reactions of other non-aqueous solvents will study. About types of hybridization, shape of molecules, magnetic properties of metal complexes according to valence bond theory will know. The types of d-orbitals in crystal field splitting of octahedral and tetrahedral complexes will understand.

Chem 3108 : Physical Chemistry IV

            About natural polymer, synthetic polymer and biological polymer as well as methods of molecular weight of polymer will determine. About fundamental quantum mechanical process in nature will give knowledge and the nature of electronic structure , chemical bonds, and of the different areas of atomic and molecular spectroscopy will understand. The advanced undergraduate with a fundamental treatment of physical chemistry that will stimulate and a substantial foundation for further progress in chemistry will initiate.

Chem 3109 : Organic Chemistry IV

            The conformational isomers and configurational isomers will classify. The naming of compounds using E and Z system, (R) and (S) system will know. About the enantiomers, diastereomers and separation techniques will give the knowledge. The amino acids, zwitterionic form and their preparation will know. The types of protein and denaturation will explain. The structures of the two types of nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, and small fragments obtained by hydrolysis will understand.

Chem 3110 : Analytical Chemistry II

            The fundamental concept of acidity and basicity as well as acid-base titration curves will experience. The basic principles of electrochemical cells and their oxidation-reduction equilibrium will get. The electrode system in potentiometric measurement and about pH meter for the determination of pH in potentiometric method will understand.

Chem 3111 : Environmental Chemistry

            The effect of air pollution, pollutants, radioactivity and noise pollution on human health will understand. Water pollution will prevent and control. The waste disposal methods will classify and the hazardous and toxic waste will manage. The knowledge of related environmental health toxicology will get. The objectives for environmental policy, law and planning will obey.

Chem 4101 : Inorganic  Chemistry V

            Facts and principles of nuclear structure, nuclear reactions, nuclear models and stability of isotopes will understand. The concepts of symmetry operation, symmetry elements, point groups and matrices will get. Concerns the toxicological effects of mercure and arsenic compounds will realize.

Chem 4102 : Physical Chemistry V

            Boltzmann distribution law, method of undertermined multipliers and Gibbs ensemble will realize. Statistical thermodynamics to compute heat capacities, equilibrium constants and other thermodynamic quantities from spectroscopic data will apply. About rotational spectra and vibrational spectra will have the knowledge.

Chem 4103 : Organic Chemistry V

            The reactions of electrophilic addition to an unsaturated carbon will know. The determination of the functional groups of organic compounds by applying ultraviolet and infrared spectroscopic methods will understand.

Chem 4104 : Analytical Chemistry III

            The extraction process that include requirement of immiscible solvent and solubility of different compound will understand. The knowledge of distribution coefficient that are use to solve simple problems will have. Theoretical and experimental about chromatography will provide. The basic principal of electrochemical cells and their oxidized or reduced electrode process will get.

Chem 4105 : Research Methodology

            Several sub sections such as purpose and characteristics of research, various types of research, research objectives, research and scientific method, research method versus methodology, research process, research design, feasibility of a research project, attributions of a good research worker, qualities of a good research, principles of writing a research report, format of research report and definitions of some selected terms used on the research method will comprise. An introduction to arrange of genetic technique that can be used to read analytically and to synthesize in new and exciting ways that might help improve the quality of the research will provide. Where design fits into the whole research process from framing a question to finally analyzing and reporting data will know. Data collection is the most fundamental aspect of research will know. On the other hand, even the best data remain of little value until you light them up with analysis and interpretation will know. The world what you have done, what you have discovered and what conclusions you have drawn from your findings will inform.

Chem 4107 : Inorganic Chemistry VI

            The knowledge of basic of actinide series and various nuclide of this series will have. About fundamental of four types of natural decay chain will know. The production of transuranium elements in reactor, accelerator and cyclotron will get. General knowledge in separation of transuranium and trans-americium elements will have. The relation of prototype structures and occupancy formula ABxEy will know. The values of L, S, J quantum number will find. The calculation of L and Ml, S and Ms will solve. The free-ion terms and term symbols will know and the microstate table will draw. The Tanabe-Sugano Diagram will use and then the electronic spectra of coordination compounds will interpret. The thermodynamic and kinetic effect of crystal field splitting by using LFSE will explain. The knowledge of basic principles of optical activity will have and the electronic absorption spectra will interpret.

Chem 4108 : Physical Chemistry VI

            The electrolytes are more or less dissociated in aqueous solution and the ions present act to some extent as free independent particles will introduce. The simple ionic model and the thermodynamic treatment of ionic solutions and deal, particularly, with ionic equilibria will understand. Measurements of the cell emf to calculate values for activities, activity coefficient and equilibrium constants will use. Between the cell emf and the free energy change for the cell reaction will relate. The Schrodinger equation, atomic orbitals, quantum numbers and configurations beginning with axioms of quantum theory will introduce.

Chem 4109 : Organic Chemistry VI

            The reactions together with mechanisms of nucleophilic substitution in carbonyl group of aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids will know. The information of NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry in elucidating the structures of organic compounds will apply.

Chem 4110 : Analytical Chemistry IV

            About fundamental spectroscopic techniques and its analysis will know. Absorbance on known concentration and absorptivity by applying Beer’s law will calculate. General experience with liebig titration method that is used for further studies in analytical chemistry will have.

Chem 4111 : Introduction to Nanoscience

            The basic concepts of nanoscience and fundamentals and technicals approach in synthesis, fabrication and processing of nanostructure and nanomaterial and challenges in nanotechnology will provide. The nanostructures and nanomaterials possess a large fraction of surface atoms per unit volume and change in the size range of nanometers are expected to lead to great changes in the physical and chemical properties of the nanomaterials will provide.

Chem 3201 : Inorganic Chemistry I

            The stability of organometallic compounds will classify and compare. Catalysis and stoichiometric reactions of organometallic compounds will study. The solvents depending on their physical and chemical properties will classify. The structure and bonding of nitric oxide complexes will row.

Chem 3202 : Physical Chemistry I

The fundamental concepts and principles of molecular spectroscopy and nature of electromagnetic radiation will provide. Surface tension, important application of the concept of interfacial surface tension and surface active agent will know.

Chem 3203 : Organic Chemistry I

            How to classify the types of organic reactions and how they occur will understand. There are two major mechanisms each for nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions will get knowledge. The stereochemistry of these reactionswill be familiars and the competition between substitution and elimination reactions will know.

Chem 3204 : Analytical Chemistry I

            Chemical analysis that include analysis of real sample and choice of analytical method will understand. The knowledge of basic analytical data that are used in the research field will have. How to analyte the sample by gravimetric analysis will know. About precipitation titration and its requirements will know.

Chem 3205 : Biochemistry

            The concept of biochemistry and chemical structure of organism will introduce. The function of protein, polysaccharide, lipid and nucleic acid will study. Enzymes will classify and nomenclature. The knowledge of prokaryote, eukaryote, metabolism and anabolism will have. The relation of polymerase of DNA and RNA will recognize.

Chem 3207 : Inorganic Chemistry II

            The solvents depending on their physical and chemical properties will classify. The reactions of other non-aqueous solvents will study. About types of hybridization, shape of molecules, magnetic properties of metal complexes according to valence bond theory will know. The types of d-orbitals in crystal field splitting of octahedral and tetrahedral complexes will understand.

Chem 3208 : Physical Chemistry II

            About natural polymer, synthetic polymer and biological polymer will understand as well as methods of molecular weight of polymer will determine. About fundamental quantum mechanical process in nature will give knowledge and the nature of electronic structure , chemical bonds, and of the different areas of atomic and molecular spectroscopy will understand. The advanced undergraduate with a fundamental treatment of physical chemistry that will stimulate and a substantial foundation for further progress in chemistry will initiate.

Chem 3209 : Organic Chemistry II

            The conformational isomers and configurational isomers will classify. The naming of compounds using E and Z system, (R) and (S) system will know. About the enantiomers, diastereomers and separation techniques will give the knowledge. The amino acids, zwitterionic form and their preparation will know. The types of protein and denaturation will explain. The structures of the two types of nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, and small fragments obtained by hydrolysis will understand.

Chem 3210 : Analytical Chemistry II

            The fundamental concept of acidity and basicity as well as acid-base titration curves will experience. The basic principles of electrochemical cells and their oxidation-reduction equilibrium will get. The electrode system in potentiometric measurement and about pH meter for the determination of pH in potentiometric method will understand.

Chem 3211 : Environmental Chemistry

            The effect of air pollution, pollutants, radioactivity and noise pollution on human health will understand. Water pollution will prevent and control. The waste disposal methods will classify and the hazardous and toxic waste will manage. The knowledge of related environmental health toxicology will get. The objectives for environmental policy, law and planning will obey.

Chem 4201 : Inorganic Chemistry III

            Facts and principles of nuclear structure, nuclear reactions, nuclear models and stability of isotopes will understand. The concepts of symmetry operation, symmetry elements, point groups and matrices will get. Concerns the toxicological effects of mercure and arsenic compounds will realize.

Chem 4202 : Physical Chemistry III

            Boltzmann distribution law, method of undertermined multipliers and Gibbs ensemble will realize. Statistical thermodynamics to compute heat capacities, equilibrium constants and other thermodynamic quantities from spectroscopic data will apply. About rotational spectra and vibrational spectra will have the knowledge.

Chem 4203 : Organic Chemistry III

            The reactions of electrophilic addition to an unsaturated carbon will know. The determination of the functional groups of organic compounds by applying ultraviolet and infrared spectroscopic methods will understand.

Chem 4204 : Analytical Chemistry III

            The extraction process that include requirement of immiscible solvent and solubility of different compound will understand. The knowledge of distribution coefficient that are use to solve simple problems will have. Theoretical and experimental about chromatography will provide. The basic principal of electrochemical cells and their oxidized or reduced electrode process will get.

Chem 4205 : Research Methodology

            Several sub sections such as purpose and characteristics of research, various types of research, research objectives, research and scientific method, research method versus methodology, research process, research design, feasibility of a research project, attributions of a good research worker, qualities of a good research, principles of writing a research report, format of research report and definitions of some selected terms used on the research method will comprise. An introduction to arrange of genetic technique that can be used to read analytically and to synthesize in new and exciting ways that might help improve the quality of the research will provide. Where design fits into the whole research process from framing a question to finally analyzing and reporting data will know. Data collection is the most fundamental aspect of research will know. On the other hand, even the best data remain of little value until you light them up with analysis and interpretation will know. The world what you have done, what you have discovered and what conclusions you have drawn from your findings will inform.

Chem 4207 : Inorganic Chemistry IV

            The knowledge of basic of actinide series and various nuclide of this series will have. About fundamental of four types of natural decay chain will know. The production of transuranium elements in reactor, accelerator and cyclotron will get. General knowledge in separation of transuranium and trans-americium elements will have. The relation of prototype structures and occupancy formula ABxEy will know. The values of L, S, J quantum number will find. The calculation of L and Ml, S and Ms will solve. The free-ion terms and term symbols will know and the microstate table will draw. The Tanabe-Sugano Diagram will use and then the electronic spectra of coordination compounds will interpret. The thermodynamic and kinetic effect of crystal field splitting by using LFSE will explain. The knowledge of basic principles of optical activity will have and the electronic absorption spectra will interpret.

Chem 4208 : Physical Chemistry IV

            The electrolytes are more or less dissociated in aqueous solution and the ions present act to some extent as free independent particles will introduce. The simple ionic model and the thermodynamic treatment of ionic solutions and deal, particularly, with ionic equilibria will understand. Measurements of the cell emf to calculate values for activities, activity coefficient and equilibrium constants will use. Between the cell emf and the free energy change for the cell reaction will relate. The Schrodinger equation, atomic orbitals, quantum numbers and configurations beginning with axioms of quantum theory will introduce.

Chem 4209 : Organic Chemistry IV

            The reactions together with mechanisms of nucleophilic substitution in carbonyl group of aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids will know. The information of NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry in elucidating the structures of organic compounds will apply.

Chem 4210 : Analytical Chemistry IV

            About fundamental spectroscopic techniques and its analysis will know. Absorbance on known concentration and absorptivity by applying Beer’s law will calculate. General experience with liebig titration method that is used for further studies in analytical chemistry will have.

Chem 4211 : Introduction to Nanoscience

            The basic concepts of nanoscience and fundamentals and technicals approach in synthesis, fabrication and processing of nanostructure and nanomaterial and challenges in nanotechnology will provide. The nanostructures and nanomaterials possess a large fraction of surface atoms per unit volume and change in the size range of nanometers are expected to lead to great changes in the physical and chemical properties of the nanomaterials will provide.

Chem 5201 : Inorganic Chemistry V

            The group theory will understand. The separation of a class in group theory will know. The problems will calculate and the group theory will use. About the reducible, irreducible representation in group theory will have the knowledge.

Chem 5202 : Physical Chemistry V

            The basic kinetic principles of solution and gas phase reactions will know. Diffusion controlled reaction and rate of diffusion controlled reaction will provide. Proton transfer and mechanism of acid-base catalysis reaction will explore. Kinetic reaction of enzymes and polymerization reactions will have known. The energy transfer transitions between different chemical species will know. The fundamental concepts and principles of molecular spectroscopy will provide. Laser photochemistry on the basic of molecular spectroscopy will apply. Adsorption and desorption mechanism in heterogeneous catalysis reaction will understand.

Chem 5203 : Organic Chemistry V

            Modern spectroscopic methods such as UV, FT IR, NMR and mass spectrometry for the identification and structure elucidation of organic compounds will apply. The reactions of electrophilic and nucleophilic substitution together with mechanisms in an aromatic systems, carbon-carbon double bond and carbonyl group will understand.

Chem 5204 : Analytical Chemistry V

            About molecular structure and acid-base strength will have the knowledge. Factors affecting the interaction of acid and base with water and quantitative treatment of aqueous acid-base equilibria will explain. The chemical sensors, biosensors and their classification will introduce.

Chem 5205 : Nuclear Chemistry I

            The purpose of this module is to enable students to know more about Nuclear Chemistry. The types of radioactive sources and the radiation emitted from the radioactive process will know and the stability of atomic nuclei and solve related problem will determine.

Chem 5206 : Food and Nutritional Chemistry

            The purpose of this module is to enable students to know nutrient requirements in human, many diseases and disorders are related to obnormal body composition or to changes in body composition. Students will learn energy balance in the body, some functions of amino acid and protein, carbohydrates in foods, lipids in human nutrition, long-chain fatty acid metabolism, essential fatty acid deficiency, food composition data and their uses, nutrient losses and gains during food processing and preparation. This modules offer students food and nutrition related diseases: chronic diseases (non communicable diseases), (NCDs), HIV/AIDS. The human nutrition will be able to understand. The protein and amino acid will be understanded.

Chem 5207 : Inorganic Chemistry VI

            The electric dipole mechanism for the absorption of light by complex ion will understand. The Laporte selection rule and spin selection rule will know and these rules in transition states will apply. The Jahn-Teller theorem for octahedral complexes will get the knowledge. The problem solving ability relation between absorption spectrum and color compounds.

Chem 5208 : Physical Chemistry VI

            The fundamental concepts and principles of quantum chemistry will provide. The lowest energy level of the helium atom will solve. The synthesis, electronic and transport properties of carbon nanostructures and geometries will provide. About the potential applications of base on nano carbon will have knowledge.

Chem 5209 : Organic Chemistry VI

            The analysis of organic compounds such as heterocyclic compounds, hetero atoms and amino acids will know. Some organic compounds from the analytic products of heterocyclic compounds, hetero atoms and amino acids will synthesize. About the pericyclic reactions will understand. The chromatographic techniques starting from simple method to the advanced methods for the separation of organic compounds will apply. About the organometallic compounds will know.

Chem 5210 : Analytical Chemistry VI

            The optical methods, such as emission, absorption and fluorescence will introduce. Emission spectroscopy and atomic absorption spectroscopy will explain. Automatic analyzers and process analyzers will have knowledge.

Chem 5211 : Nuclear Chemistry II

            The purpose of this module is to enable students to know about nuclear reactor basic principles will be known. The steps in a nuclear fission chain reaction will understand and the steps involved in chain reaction will know. How the chain reactions are controlled that will get the knowledge.

Chem 5212 : Nanochemistry

            This module introduces students with nanochemistry. Firstly, students will learn preparative methods of nanomaterials. Then, they will study characterization techniques of nanomaterials such as XRD, SEM, TEM, FTIR and UV. Moreover, Students will be able to appreciate Recent Developments in Nanotechnology such as nanotech-enable sensors and sensor system; semiconductor nanostructures for detection and degradation of low-level organic contaminants from water; and sorptive properties of monolayer protective-protected gold nanoparticle films for chemical vapour sensors.

Chem 611 : Advanced Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry

            The principles concerning solid state structure will know. Synthesis solid state will have the knowledge. Application of solid state will learn. The reactions of coordination compounds in a systematic manner and types of reaction will have the knowledge. The various diffraction techniques will analyze. An account of the generation of X-ray radiation and its effect of on matter will give. Specific structure by applying basic crystallographic concepts will describe. Flow injection analysis, air segmented streams, liquid chromatography and dispersion of the sample zone, influence of sample volume, flow parameters, chemical kinetic and sensitivity of FIA will have the knowledge. Half-life, general equation, stable targets and decay of radioactive species will have knowledge. The band theory and the electronic properties of materials will be able to know. Some of this experimental technique which are used to study band structure will describe.

Chem 612 : Advanced Physical Chemistry

            The motion of fluid flow and the role of the material derivative in transforming between Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions will realize. The many ways that fluids move and deform will appreciate. Between rotational and irrotational regions of flow based on the flow property vorticity will distinguish. The usefulness of the Reynolds transport theorem will understand. About electrical conductivity, mobility, thermal conductivity, Fermi energy, Fermi mean free path and Fermi temperature for any metal will have the knowledge. Characteristic features of superconductivity and Josephson effect will familiarize. A constant current is always flowing through a superconducting loop, generating a constant magnetic field surrounding the loop will know. General experience how solid grow at their surface and how the details of the structure and composition of solid surfaces can be determined experimentally will have. The kinetics of reactions that are responsible for power production in fuel cells and for corrosion will analyse. About phase and their transformation in metal will understand. About phase and their transformation in metal will understand. About microstructural and properties changes in ion carbon alloys will be getting knowledge. About electrical properties of polymers will be knowing.

Chem 613 : Advanced Organic Chemistry

            The main aim of this module concerns with three main parts, namely, Retrosynthetic Analysis, Stereoselective reactions of cyclic compounds and Diastereoselectivity. The purpose of first part is to get the knowledge of basic concept of retrosynthetic analysis and to understand how to make molecule. In second part, students are able to understand stereoselective reactions of cyclic compounds and bicyclic compounds are important in stereochemistry. In third parts, students will study Diastereoselectivity concerns with how to make single diastereoisomer from single geometrical isomers, prochirality and Cram’s rule. The fundamental principles of organic chemistry that include chemical bonding, nomenclature, structural isomerism, stereochemistry, chemical reactions and mechanism.

Chem 614 : Advanced Analytical Chemistry

            This module offers to understand and apply the various X-ray methods for determining ultrasmall spacing in materials. Voltammetry for fundamental studies of oxidation and reduction processes in various media adsorption processes on surfaces and electron transfer mechanisms at chemically modified electrode surfaces, and clinical chemistry.

Chem  621 : Advanced Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry

            About the Green chemistry involves the utilization of a set of principles that reduces or eliminates the use or generation of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture, and application of chemical products will know. The analysis is often faced with the problem that a component in a mixture cannot be determined without a preceding isolation, and a compromise must sought between adequate purity and a sufficiently quantitative yield will know. The metal-containing enzymes and proteins will know. About the hemoglobin, myoglobin and their functions of oxygen transfer and storage agents in the blood and muscle tissue will have the knowledge. The role of coenzyme B12 (vitamin), chlorophylls, ferritin and transferrin will understand. The nitrogenase enzyme for nitrogen fixation will know. The syntheses of zeolites will know. Zeolite-catalyzed reactions in organic synthesis will study. The substitution, addition and eleminations reactions of zeolites will get the knowledge. Zeolites have been used as catalysts. The basic zeolites and alkylation catalyzed of basic zeolites will understand. The concepts of charged-particle interaction such as β particles, γ-rays will get. Concerns the Bremsstrahlung radiation, Cerenkov radiation, β-backscatter and positron interactions will realize. The Compton scattering, pair production and neutron interactions will understand.

Chem 622 : Advanced Physical Chemistry

            The motion of fluid flow and the role of the material derivative in transforming between Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions will realize. The many ways that fluids move and deform will appreciate. Between rotational and irrotational regions of flow based on the flow property vorticity will distinguish. The usefulness of the Reynolds transport theorem will understand. About electrical conductivity, mobility, thermal conductivity, Fermi energy, Fermi mean free path and Fermi temperature for any metal will have the knowledge. Characteristic features of superconductivity and Josephson effect will familiarize. A constant current is always flowing through a superconducting loop, generating a constant magnetic field surrounding the loop will know. General experience how solid grow at their surface and how the details of the structure and composition of solid surfaces can be determined experimentally will have. The kinetics of reactions that are responsible for power production in fuel cells and for corrosion will analyse. About phase and their transformation in metal will understand. About phase and their transformation in metal will understand. About microstructural and properties changes in ion carbon alloys will be getting knowledge. About electrical properties of polymers will be knowing.

Chem 623 : Advanced Organic Chemistry

            This module aim students to familiarize with Absorption spectroscopy. The module consists of four parts These are UV, IR, NMR and Mass spectroscopy. Stereochemistry of organic compounds, conformational analyses, organic spectroscopy, medicinal chemistry, advance heterocyclic chemistry, organic polymers, chemistry of natural products and organic synthesis can be studied in this module. Selected topics in organic chemistry will also be included.

Chem 624 : Advanced Analytical Chemistry

            This module includes the fundamentals of aquatic chemistry, advanced nanomaterials, and their applications, fundamentals of enzymology and enzyme technology.

Chem 631 : Outline and Presentation

Chem 632 : Progress of Research and Presentation

Chem 633 : Research Progress Report

Chem 634 : Research Progress Report and Presentation

Chem 641 : Research and Seminar

Chem 642 : Thesis and Viva Voce