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INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN (for Lectures)


Term: 2 Course No. CHE101Course Title: CHEMISTRY Textbook: 1. Other specific books: 2. 3. 4. Other readings:
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R. Chang, Chemistry, Ninth Edition Tata McGraw Hill , New Delhi,2008. J. Paula, P. Atkins, Physical Chemistry, 7th Edition, W. H. Freeman, 2001. R.T. Morison & R.N.Boyd,Organic Chemistry,6 th Edition,PrenticeHall of India Pvt. Ltd.N.Delhi,2004 S. M. Mukherji and S. P. Singh, Reaction Mechanism in Organic Chemistry, Macmillan India, 2000.

Journal articles as compulsory readings (Complete reference)

Journal of Chemical Education (free online)

Relevant websites: S.N Web address (Exact page address) o. 9 http://genchem.chem.wisc.edu/demonstrations/Gen_Chem_Pages/12kineticpage/kinet icsmain.htm
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http://chemmovies.unl.edu/chemistry/beckerdemos/BD051.html http://genchem.chem.wisc.edu/demonstrations/Gen_Chem_Pages/06thermopage/ther mochemistry.htm http://matse1.mse.uiuc.edu/movies/ddu.mov http://matse1.mse.uiuc.edu/movies/hdv.mov http://matse1.mse.uiuc.edu/movies/ddw.mov http://matse1.mse.uiuc.edu/movies/ddx.mov http://matse1.mse.uiuc.edu/movies/ddy.mov(recycling)

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Salient Features Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed in tutorial Experiments to be performed

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGSiUZ443xY&feature=related (SN1 Reaction) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtnAR3uOAbo&feature=related (SN1 and SN2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c95pJW4BIiI&feature=related(SN1 Reaction)

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in tutorial Video clips to be shown in tutorial Video clips to be shown in tutorial Video clips to be shown in tutorial

Detailed Plan for Lectures


Plan for 12L lectures: 6L for before the MTE, 6L for after the MTE. Provide for at least 2L spill-over lecture. Lecture Topic Chapters/ Assignment/ Pedagogical Date No. Sections of Task to be aid Delivered2 Textbook/ assigned to Demonstratio other students n/ case reference1 study/ 3 4 DoS images/ animations etc.5

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Quantum Theory and the electronic structure of atoms From classical physics to quantum theory, Plancks quantum theory The photoelectric effect, Bohrs theory of the hydrogen atom

Chapter 7 pp- 266 Chapter 7 pp- 268 -272 Section 7.1 Chapter 7 pp- 272 279/ Section 7.2 and7.3 Chapter 7 pp- 274 283/ Section 7.3 and7.4 Chapter 7 pp- 283 288/ Section 7.3 and7.4 Chapter 7 pp- 288 301/ Section 7.3 and7.4 Chapter 7 pp- 288 301/ Section 7.3 and7.4 Chapter 13. pp 546 557/Section 13.1 & 13.2

dual nature of electron

Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Numbers Atomic orbitals, Electronic Configuration, The bulding Up principles Atomic orbitals, Electronic Configuration, The bulding Up principles Chemical Kinetics: The rate of Reaction, The Rate Law

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The relation between reactant Chapter 13.

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concentration and time, First pp 557 order reaction 564 Section 13.3 10 Second order reaction and Chapter 13. Zero order reaction pp 564 567 Section 13.3 Activation energy and temperature dependence of rate constant, Collision theory of chemical Kinetics, Arrhenius Equation Reaction Mechanism, Rate laws and elementary steps, Experimental supports of reaction mechanism Chapter 13. pp 568 575 Section 13.4 Chapter 13. pp 575 579 Section 13.5

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Electrochemistry: Review on Chapter 19. Redox Reactions, Blancing pp 819 redox reactions. 822 Section 19.1 Galvanic Cells, Standard Chapter 19. reduction potentials, pp 823 Electrochemical series 830 Section 19.2 & 19.3

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Batteries: Dry Cell battery, The Chapter 19. mercury Battery, The lead pp 839 Storage Battery, 844 Section 19.6 The Lithium ion Battery, Fuel Chapter 19. cells pp 839 844 Section 19.6 Corrosion Chapter 19. pp 844 848 Section

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19.7 18 Transition metal chemistry and Coordination Compounds: Properties of transition metals, Chemistry of Iron and Copper Coordination compounds Chapter 22. pp 936 940 Section 22.1& 22.2 Chapter 22. pp 940 946 Section 22.3 Chapter 22. pp 946 948 Section 22.4 Chapter 22. pp 949 953 Section 22.5 Chapter 22. pp 954 959 Section 22.5 Chapter 1. pp 19-32 section 1.34 Chapter 1. pp 19-32 section 1.34 Chapter 2.pp 59-63 section 2.44 Chapter 2.pp 59-63 section 2.44 Chapter 2. pp 43-45 section 2.14 Chapter 2. pp 43-45 section 2.14

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Structure of Compounds

Coordination

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Bonding in Coordination compounds: Crystal field Theory , CFT in Octahedral Complexes CFT in Tetrahedral and Square Planer Complexes, Reaction of Coordination Compounds, Applications of Coordination Compounds Basics of Electron displacement effects:-Inductive effect, electromeric effect, resonance effect and hyperconjugation effect Reactive intermediates:-Free radicals, carbocation

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Carbocation-Stability, carbanions and their stability Types of organic reactions: Substitution reaction and addition reactions Nucleophilic substitution reactions:-SN1and SN2. Difference between transition state and intermediate. Classes of Organic Chapter 24. Compounds, Aliphatic pp 1004 Hydrocarbons 1008 Section 24.1& 24.2 Alkanes: Reactions of Alkanes, Chapter 24. Optical Isomerism in alkanes, pp 1009 Cycloalkanes 1011 Section

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24.2 31 Alkenes, Reactions of alkenes Chapter 24. cis and trans isomerization, pp 1011 1015 Section 24.2 32 Alkynes reactions of alkynes Chapter 24. pp 1011 1015 Section 24.2 33 Addition or chain-growth Chapter 25. polymerization, Free radical pp1040 43 vinyl polymerization Section 25.2 34 Zeigler-Natta polymerization Chapter 25. pp1040 - 43 Section 25.2 35 vinyl polymers Chapter 25. pp1040 - 43 Section 25.2 36 Condensation or step growth Chapter 25. polymerization, Polyesters pp1040 - 43 Section 25.2 Additional material for spill over (for at least 2XL lectures)

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Notes: 1. Use S. No. Of the readings above 2. To be filled in on the date of delivery of lecture by the instructor 3. Put assignment number from Assignment Table (below) against the lecture in which planned to be assigned (by co-ordinator) 4. To be filled in on the date of assignment (by the instructor) 5. Do not write Lecture, OHP, LCD projector etc.

Details of Assignments Planned: Assignmen Details t No. 1 Quantum Theory and the electronic structure of atoms, From classical physics to quantum theory, Plancks quantum theory, The photoelectric effect, Bohrs theory of the hydrogen atom, The dual nature of electron, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Numbers, Atomic orbitals, Electronic Configuration, The building Up principles, 2 The rate of Reaction, The Rate Law, The relation between reactant concentration and time, First order reaction, Second order reaction and Zero order reaction,Activation energy and temperature

Nature of Expected outcome Assignment Theortical as well Students would get an as numericals insight of nature of atom and electrons

Theortical as well Students will learn about as numericals rate kinetics of different order reaction. They will learn about reaction mechanism. Students would learn about redox

dependence of rate constant, Collision theory of chemical Kinetics, Arrhenius Equation, Reaction Mechanism, Rate laws and elementary steps, Experimental supports of reaction mechanism Electrochemistry: Review on Redox Reactions, Blancing redox reactions, Galvanic Cells, Standard reduction potentials, Electrochemical series, 3 Batteries: Dry Cell battery, The mercury Battery, The lead Storage Battery, The Lithium ion Battery, Fuel cells, Corrosion, Properties of transition metals, Chemistry of Iron and Copper, Coordination compounds, Structure of Coordination Compounds, Bonding in Coordination compounds: Crystal field Theory , CFT in Octahedral Complexes, 4 CFT in Tetrahedral and Square Planer Complexes, Reaction of Coordination Compounds, Applications of Coordination Compounds,Basics of Electron displacement effects:-Inductive effect, electromeric effect, resonance effect and hyperconjugation effect Reactive intermediates:-Free radicals, carbocation, carbanions and their stability. Types of organic reactions:- Substitution reactions and addition reactions, Nucleophilic substitution reactions:-SN1and SN2. Difference between transition state and intermediate, classes of organic compound. 5 Alkane ,alkenes, Reactions of alkenes cis and trans isomerization, Alkynes reactions of alkynes, Addition or chain-growth polymerization, Free radical vinyl polymerization, Zeigler-Natta polymerization and vinyl polymers, Condensation or step growth polymerization, Polyesters Term paper to be allotted by lecture no. ____6_ Scheme for CA: (out of 100)
Component Frequency

reaction, oxidation and reduction reaction. They would get an insight of electrochemical series and its importance.

Theortical as well They would about as numericals batteries. Students would learn about coordination chemistrybonding in coordination complexes

Theortical as well Students would learn as numericals about coordination chemistry- bonding in coordination complexes. They will get an idea of various electron displacement effects

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and They would learn reactive intermediates. They will learn basic idea of organic chemistry. They would learn about polymerisation.

Due date of term paper: 2 wks before the close of term

Marks out of 100

Attendance Homework based tests/quizzes Term paper Lab performance (only if there is a lab component Any other: specify

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List of suggested topics for term paper [at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified assignment)
S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Topic Reactive intermediate-their stability. Chemical kinetics of first and second order reaction. Electrochemical series its importance. Application of transition metals. Comparison of various theories of bonding, clearly stating their shortcomings and advantages. lead storage battery-its uses and shortcomings Secondary storage battery. Different types of polymerisation reaction and their mechanism. Application of polymers. Optical isomerism in saturated compounds. Industrial application of polyesters. Application of CFT in different types of complexes. Classical approach to quantum theory. Different theories for determination of chemical kinetics. Substitution nucleophilic unimolecular versus substitution nucleophilic bimolecular.

Proposed Changes from the standard pedagogy for the course:

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(to be filled by the instructor and submitted at the end of term to HoS through HoD) Lectures S.No. Innovation introduced [New pedagogy, new demonstration, case study, teaching aid, etc. NOT part of the instructional plan Topic and lecture number where introduced

General Comments of the Instructor about the suitability of IP

Conduct of Tutorials
Tutorial n o. Date Topics covered in the tutorial Activities (like quiz, case study, doubt clearing, any other)

Syllabus Coverage Report


Syllabus coverage by one week before MTE

Satisfactory/ Lagging by ____ lectures.


Syllabus coverage by two week before E TE

Satisfactory/ Lagging by ____ lectures.

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Signature of Instructor & Date Signature of HoD & Date