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ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

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  • 1. VAISHALI PATIL


Description

Who can enroll

Learning Outcomes/By the end of the course

Lessons

  • lessons 36
  • 4:10
  • 1. Impurities in water, Hardness of water, Estimation of hardness by EDTA method
  • 2. Alkalinity of water
  • 3. Ill effects of hard water
  • 4. Softening of water
  • 5. Desalination
  • 6. Guideline notes unit 1
  • 1. UV Visible Spectroscopy 1
  • 2. UV Visible Spectroscopy 2
  • 3. UV Visible Spectroscopy 3
  • 4. IR Spectroscopy
  • 5. NMR Spectroscopy
  • 6. Unit 2 guideline notes
  • 1. Types of corrosion, mechanism, Factors influencing corrosion, methods of corrosion control
  • 2. Unit 3 guideline notes
  • 1. Applications of UV- Visible spectroscopy,Woodward –Fieser rule
  • 2. chemical shifts, measurement of chemical shifts, causes of chemical shifts, splitting of signals, Applications of NMR spectroscopy
  • 1. Methods of corrosion control: cathodic and anodic protection,
  • 1. Measurement of calorific value by Bomb calorimeter
  • 2. Liquid fuels – Petroleum- composition and refining, Octane number of Petrol
  • 3. Cetane number of Diesel, Power alcohol
  • 4. Hydrogen gas as a future fuel-manufacturing Part - I
  • 5. Combustion: chemical reactions Part-I
  • 6. Combustion: calculations for air required Part-II
  • 7. Boy’s gas calorimeter
  • 8. Numerical on Bomb and Boy's calorimeter
  • 9. Biodiesel, Dimethyl Ether as a fuel
  • 10. Combustion: calculations for air required Part-III
  • 11. Hydrogen gas as a future fuel-manufacturing Part-II
  • 12. Introduction, Characteristics of good fuel, Calorific values, Measurement of calorific value by Bomb calorimeter
  • 13. Hydrogen gas as a future fuel - storage and transportation
  • 1. Cement: Classification, Composition of Portland cement, Setting and hardening of cement, ISI specifications of Portland cement
  • 2. Cement: Classification, Composition of Portland cement, Setting and hardening of cement, ISI specifications of Portland cement
  • 3. Polymers: Introduction, Functionality of monomer, Degree of polymerization
  • 4. Concept and significance of —Crystallinity
  • 5. Concept and significance of —average molecular weight
  • 6. Concept and significance of —Tg and Tm
  • 7. Thermoplastics and Thermosetting polymers
  • 8. Commodity plastics, Engineering plastics, Specialty plastic
  • 9. Specialty polymers: Biodegradable polymers
  • 10. Polymers as adhesives
  • 11. Recycling of plastic
  • 12. Specialty polymers: Conducting polymers
  • 13. Specialty polymers: Liquid crystal polymers
  • 14. Polymer composites— fiber reinforced plastic (FRP)
  • 1. Introduction, Electrolysis- Faraday’s laws
  • 2. Electrolytic conduction, conductometric titration
  • 3. Electrochemical cells, Cell potentials, Nernst equation,
  • 4. Potentiometric titrations and numericals
  • 5. pH metric titrations
  • 6. Batteries- Introduction and important terms, Classification-primary and secondary batteries
  • 7. Dry cell, Lead-acid cell, Nickel-Cadmium cell
  • 8. Modern batteries-Lithium batteries, Nickel- Metal hydride batteries
  • 9. Fuel cells- definition, advantages and limitations
  • 10. Solid oxide fuel cell, Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell