3 Hours/Week, 3 Credits

1. Atoms, molecules and ions: Atomic Theory, components of atoms. 2. Electronic Structure: Quantum theory, atomic spectrum of hydrogen and the Bohr model, Quantum numbers, Concepts of energy levels and atomic orbital, electronic configuration, chemical bonding and molecular structure. 3. The Periodic Table: Development of the periodic table Electron arrangements and the periodic table, Summarized chemical properties of s-block, p-block, d-block and f-block elements. 4. Chemical formulas and equations: Types of formulas, Percent composition from formula, Formulas from experiment, Formulas of ionic compounds, Names of compounds, Writing and balancing chemical equations, Mass relations in reactions. Limited reactant and theoretical yield. Concept of mole, Solution: Different concentration units 5. Acids and Bases: Theories and Modern definition of acids and bases, Dissociation constant, strength, pH, Buffer solution etc. 6. Gaseous state: Measurement on gases, the ideal gas law, Volumes of gases involved in reactions. Gas mixtures. Partial pressure, Kinetic theory of gases, Real gases. 7. Introduction to Chemical Kinetics: Rate laws, constant, equilibrium constant, order of reaction etc. 8. Organic Chemistry: Introduction, Classification, Nomenclatures and Properties (Physical & Chemical) of (i) Aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, (ii) Carbonyl compounds, (iii) Carboxylic acids and (iv) Carbohydrates (mono-and disaccharides). Recommended Books 1. Introduction to Modern Inorganic Chemistry by S. Z. Haider, 2. Physical Chemistry by Haque and Moliah, 3. Organic chemistry (6th edition) by R. T. Morrison and R. N. Boyd 4. General Chemistry by Raymond Chang,