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CHM330: ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR STUDYING NATURAL PRODUCT

CHM 330 NATURAL PRODUCT (COURSE OUTLINE) Extraction, purificationand isolation of natural products. Introduction to structural elucidation of natural products. Classification and chemistry of carbohydrates,terpenes, steroids, glycosides, alkaloids, amino acids, proteins and lipids. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR STUDYING NATURAL PRODUCT   – Explain briefly the following: .Disaccharide

CHM328: SMART TIPS FOR STUDYING ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

CHM 328 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 1 (COURSE OUTLINE) Brief survey of air, water and land pollution, and their effects on the environment. Formation and control of air pollutants. Persistent organic pollutants, noise and thermal pollutions. Solid wastes and their treatments. Energy sources and their pollution problems MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A

CHM324: ADVANCE STUDY ON INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

CHM 324 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (COURSE OUTLINE) Comparative chemistry of the following elements (a) Ga, In, Ti, (b) Ge, Sn, Pb, (c) As, Sb, Bi and (d) Se, Te, Po. Chemistry of transition metals, lanthanides and actinides. Ligand and Crystal field theories. Introduction to radio-chemistry. Role of metals in biochemical systems MATERIAL ONE : WHAT

CHM312: WAYS TO MAXIMIZE YOUR UNDERSTANDING ON POLYMER CHEMISTRY

  CHM 312 POLYMER CHEMISTRY 1 (COURSE OUTLINE) Definitions of basic terms. Outline sources of raw materials for polymers. Phase systems for polymerisation. Step-growth polymerisation free radical addition polymerisation, ionic polymerisation. Solubility and solution properties of polymers. Fibre forming polymers. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A WAYS TO MAXIMIZE YOUR UNDERSTANDING

CHM322: IMPORTANT WAYS TO UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING ON PRACTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

CHM 322 PRACTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2 (COURSE OUTLINE) Preparation and structural studies of inorganic and coordination compounds. Use of physical methods, chromatography, magnetometry, mass, infrared and electronic spectroscopy for the characterisation of the compounds.   MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A IMPORTANT WAYS TO UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING ON PRACTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY -(A)

CHM318: ESSENTIAL TIPS ON INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL PROCESS 1

CHM 318: INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL PROCESSES I (COURSE OUTLINE) Production of primary intermediates and synthesis of industrial organic chemicals, polymers, adhesives, dyes, explosives, insecticides, herbicides, flavouring agents and pharmaceuticals. Fermentation process. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A ESSENTIAL TIPS ON INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL PROCESS 1 -1(a) List two main classes of primary intermediate

CHM301: BE A MASTER CONTROLLER OF CHEMICAL KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMICS

    CHM 301 CHEMICAL KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMICS Chemical kinetics. Theory of the rates of reaction in both gas phase and solutions Enzyme and acid-base catalysis. Chemical thermodynamics. Second and third laws of thermodynamics. Solutions and colligative properties MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A CHEMICAL KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMICS – State the

CHM431: IMPORTANT ASPECT TO TAKE NOTE OF IN COLOUR CHEMISTRY AND TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY

CHM 431 COLOUR CHEMISTRY AND TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY (COURSE OUTLINE) Chemistry and application of reactive dyes. Dyeing machineries. Colouring matters for food, drugs, ceramics, cosmetics, paper and colour photography. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A IMPORTANT ASPECT TO TAKE NOTE OF IN COLOUR CHEMISTRY AND TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY (1a) List four (4) classes

CHM427: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ON INORGANIC REACTION KINETICS AND MECHANISM

CHM 427 INORGANIC REACTION KINETICS AND MECHANISMS (COURSE OUTLINE) Redox reactions; Mechanisms of electron transfer reactions: Outer-and inner-sphere mechanisms. Substitution reactions. General mechanism of square planar complexes of Pt (II) and other d8 metal ions. Substitution reactions in octahedral complexes. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ON

CHM425: COMPLETE BREAKDOWN ON REACTION KINETICS

CHM 425 REACTION KINETICS (COURSE OUTLINE) Collision theory. Transition state theory. Reaction co-ordinates. Unimolecular reaction theory. Bimolecular reaction mechanisms. Chain reaction mechanisms. Catalysis and heterogenous reactions. Photochemical reaction mechanisms. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A COMPLETE BREAKDOWN ON REACTION KINETICS – Using simple definitions distinguish between the members of the following