M.Sc Chemistry Syllabus & Subjects :

The subjects followed by the curriculum through a 2 year Course. The Syllabus may slightly vary based upon different universities and colleges.

Semester

Subjects of Study

SEM. I

Inorganic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry I
Physical Chemistry I
Analytical Chemistry I
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Chemistry Lab I - Inorganic-Analytical
Chemistry Lab II - Organic
Chemistry Lab III - Physical

SEM. II

Inorganic Chemistry II

Organic Chemistry II

Physical Chemistry II

Principles of Spectroscopy

Chemistry Lab-IV - Inorganic - Analytical

Chemistry Lab-V - Organic

Chemistry Lab-VI - Physical

SEM.III

Group Theory and Applications of Spectroscopy
Organic Synthetic Methods
Chemistry of Materials
Nuclear & Radiochemistry
Chemistry Lab VII – Inorganic/Analytical
Chemistry Lab VIII - Organic
Chemistry Lab IX – Physical

SEM. IV

Analytical Chemistry – III
Radioanalytical & Electroanalytical Methods
Analytical Chemistry – IV Separation Methods
Analytical Chemistry – V Hyphenated methods and automation
Analytical Chemistry – V I: Computational Chemistry

The syllabus for this course which may vary from colleges and universities the syllabus has a wide range of applications in the field of chemistry.

MSc Chemistry Syllabus
Principals of Organic Chemistry
1 Review of structure and bonding
2 Methods of resolution
3 stereochemistry
4 Elements of symmetry
5 Thero and erythroid isomers
6 Asymmetric synthesis
7 Thermodynamics
8 The Hammett equation
9 Different Oxidation Processes
10 Different Reductive processes

 

Inorganic Reaction Mechanism and Organometallics
1 Substitution of Octahedral planar complexes
2 Marcus theory
3 Inorganic photochemistry
4 Adamson's rules
5 Organometallic Chemistry
6 Homogeneous catalysis
7 Fluxional molecules
8 Spectral and magnetic properties
9 photoredox reactions
10 Metal arene complexes

 

Quantum Chemistry
1
Review of essential mathematics concepts
2 Tunneling
3 rigid rotator
4 Hydrogen atom
5
Linear variation principle
6
Perturbation theory
7
Separation energies
8 Viral theorem
9 Hybridization
10
Introduction to theHCF

 

Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics
1
Classical Thermodynamics
2
Review of the laws of thermodynamics
3
concept and determination of fugacity
4
coefficient of electrolytic solutions
5
Statistical concepts and examples
6 Basic postulates
7
Probability calculations
8
Equilibrium conditions and constraints
9
Fermi-Dirac statistics
10
Fermi-Dirac equation

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