EAS102/EAS202 : ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
UNIT-I : CHEMICAL BONDING AND STATES OF MATTER
M.O. theory and its applications in diatonic molecules. Hydrogen bond, metallic bond and their
applications. Various states of matter including liquid crystallite state, classification and applications of
liquid crystals. Types of unit cell, space lattice (only cubes, Bragg’s Law. Calculation and density of the
unit cell, one and two dimensional solids such as graphite and its conduction properties. Fullerenes and
UNIT-II: REACTION KINETICS, PHASE RULE AND ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Order and molecularity of reactions, Zero order, first order and second order reactions. Integrated rate
equations. Theories of reaction rates. Phase rule and its applications to one component system (water).
Equilibrium potential, electrochemical cells, galvanic and concentration cells, electrochemical theory of
corrosion and protection of corrosion. Fuel cells.
UNIT-III : STRUCTURAL AND MECHANISTIC CONCEPTS OF ORGANICS
Inductive, electromeric mesomeric and hyperconjugative effects. Stability of reaction intermediates e.g.
carbocation and free radicals. Mechanism of nucleophilic substitutions. Mechanism of the following
Hoffmann rearrangement and
E-Z nomenclature, R.S. configuration, optical isomerism, chirality and its implications,
conformations of butene.
UNIT-IV : POLYMERS AND ORGANOMETALLICS
Polymerization and its classification. Thermoplastic and Thermosetting resins. Eleastomers and
synthetic fibres. Ion exchange resins. Organic conducting and biodegradable polymers. Classification
and general methods of synthesis of organics and their applications in polymerizations and catalysis.
UNIT-V : ANALYTICAL METHODS AND FUELS
Titrimetric analysis with reference to acid-base, redox, precipitations and complexometric titrations.
Elementary ideas and simple applications of u.v., visible, infra-red and HNMR spectral techniques.
Water treatment methods for boiler feed water by calgon process, zeolites and ion-exchange resins.
Classification of fuels. Analysis of coal, determination of colorific values. Biomass and biogas.
1. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, by Cotton, F.A., Wilkinson G., Murrillo, C.A. and Bochmann,
Wiley, ehichester, 1999.
2. March’s Advanced Organic Chemistry : Reactions, Mechanisms and Structure Smith, Michael
B./March, Jerry, John Willey & sons, 6th Edition, 2007.
3. Elements of Physical Chemistry, Glasstonne, Samuel B. ELBS, 2005.
4. Organic Chemistry, Finar, I.L. : Addision – Wesley Longman, Limited, 2004.
1. Text Book of Polymer Science by F.W. Billmeyer, John Wiley & sons, 1994.
2. Liquid Crystals and Plastic Crystals, vol.-I, edited by G.W. Gray and P.A. Winsor, Ellis Harwood
Series in Physical Chemistry, New York.
3. Corrosion Engineering by M.G. Fontana McGraw Hill Publications