Category Archives: 300L Courses

ALL COURSES GUIDE LINE FOR ALL STUDENTS IN FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Course Description B.Sc. Chemistry CHM 101 General Physical Chemistry 3 Credits Atoms, Dalton’s atomic theory and Atomic masses. Fundamental particles of the atom and Atomic structure. Modern electronic theory of atoms. Periodicity of the elements. Mole concept, Chemical formulae equations and calculations. States of matter: gas, liquid and solid. Energetics and thermochemistry.… Read More »

CHM343: SPECIAL STUDYING TECHNIQUES FOR REACTION ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

CHM 343: ORGANIC REACTION MECHANISMS (COURSE OUTLINE) Studies of types and mechanisms involved in substitution, elimination, addition and rearrangement reactions of aliphatic and aromatic compounds, and natural products. Oxidation and reduction mechanisms. Reactions of the intermolecular and intramolecular cyclisation types and stereochemical considerations. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A                                                                SPECIAL STUDYING… Read More »

ICH312: ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR STUDYING ELEMENTS OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR STUDYING ELEMENTS OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY -Define the terms: . Nutrition . Nutrients -With respect to nutrition, differentiate between the following terms, giving appropriate examples: .Soluble and insoluble fibers .Complete proteins and incomplete proteins .Simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates -Essential and non… Read More »

CHM336: COMPLETE STUDY GUIDE ON INSTRUMENTAL METHOD OF ANALYSIS

CHM 336 INSTRUMENTAL METHOD OF ANALYSIS (COURSE OUTLINE) Basic principles and applications: flame photometry, atomic absorption photometry, X-Ray method, fluorescence and phosphorescence, refractometry, polarimetry, colorimetry, voltametry and electrophoresis. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW PART A COMPLETE STUDY GUIDE ON INSTRUMENTAL METHOD OF ANALYSIS -Differentiate between the principle of atomic absorption spectrometry and atomic… Read More »

CHM334: EFFORTLESS APPROACH ON COLOUR AND TEXTILE CHEMISTRY

CHM 334 COLOUR AND TEXTILE CHEMISTRY ( COURSE OUTLINE) Colour and constitution. Physical and chemical properties of dyes and textiles. Classification of dyes and fibres. Dyeing synthetic fibres. Preparation and dyeing of natural and synthetic fibres. Colour fastness properties. Quality control procedures in the textile and dye industries. MATERIAL ONE : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW… Read More »

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 .… Read More »

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 SMART… Read More »

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 YOU… Read More »

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 ON… Read More »