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A Text book of Chemistry (Sem IV, Nagpur Univ)


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Looking to the response given by students and teacher we have tried our best to present the topic in lucid language. The book has illustrative diagrams, preparation and reaction at a glance a boxes for different organic compounds in each chapter so that the students will be able to understand the topic in a better manner. At the end of each chapter Question bank has been given.

It is expected that this book will be warmly welcomed by the students and teachers. The authors will gratefully acknowledge and appreciate suggestion and comments from the readers for further improvement of the book.


Contents :

Paper – I
1. Coordination Compounds
2. Isomerism in Coordination Compounds
3. Oxidation and Reduction
4. Organometallic Chemistry
5. Metal Carbonyls
6. Bioinorganic Chemistry
7. Hard and soft Acids and Bases
Paper – II
1. Thermodynamic
2. Electrochemistry
3. Nuclear Chemistry
4. Dipole Moment
5. Rotational Spectroscopy
6. Vibrational Spectroscopy
7. Practical Chemistry
Practical-I : Inorganic Chemistry
1. Estimation of Barium as Barium Sulphate
2. Estimation of Nickel as dimethyl glyocimate complex.
3. To separate given binary mixture and to fine out Rf value
Practical-II : Physical Chemistry
1. To determine the strength of strong acid (HCI) and a weak acid (CH3COOH) in a given mixture conduct metrically by titrating it with standard alkali solution
2. To determine the solubility and solubility product (Ksp) of a sparingly soluble electrolyte conductometrically
3. To Determine the ionization constant (Ksp) of a sparingly soluble electrolyte conductometrically
4. To Determine the Std. Redox Potential Fe2+ / Fe3+ system (electrode) by titrating of Ferrous ammonium sulphate with standard Pottasium Dichromate solution poteniometrically
5. To determine the dissociation constant of weak acid potentiometrically by titrating it against alkali
6. To titrate the given acid (HCI or CH3COOH) solution with Std Strong alkali (NaOH) solution potentiometrically and thus determining the strength of the acid solution
7. To determine the partition coefficient of benzoic acid between water and benzene at room temperature


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Dr. (Mrs.) V.P. Meshram,

Dr. A.D. Borkar,

Dr. A.S. Ghatbandhe,

Dr. H.G. Jahagirdar


Himalaya pub