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B. Tech. Chemical Technology - Plastic Technology Semester 1

BCY-101: ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

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Course outcome On the successful completion of the course, students will be able to

CO1 Interpret UV-Visible and IR-Spectra

Understand, Analyze

CO2 Describe reaction rates for reactions of various orders

Understand, Apply, Analyze

CO3 Understand different aspects of corrosion and thermodynamic view Understand, Apply

of electrochemical processes, reversible and irreversible cells

CO4 Understand the stereochemistry of molecules and identify organic Remember, Apply, Analyze

reactions on the basis of their mechanism

CO5 Distinguish between different polymeric structures, classify Understand, Apply, Evaluate, Create

polymers, and analyze the polymerization mechanism and use of

polymers in different walks of life. Knowledge of conductivity of

polymer, biodegradable polymers and fibre reinforced plastics.

Acquire knowledge about water and treatment of municipal water

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SYLLABUS

Module I
(i) Bonding: CFT, Electronic Spectra and Ligands (strong and weak field), Phosphorescence and Fluorescence, Jablonski diagram, hydrogen bonding and their effect on physical properties, Metallic bonds, Classification and Applications of Liquid crystals, Band Theory of Solids and superconductors.
(Lectures: 7-8) (ii) Spectroscopy: Basic Principles, Instrumentation and Applications of UV-VIS and IR Spectroscopy.
(Lectures: 5-6)

Module II (i) Chemical Kinetics: Second order reactions. Determination of order, Fast and slow reaction, steady state approximation, Temperature effect, Concept of Activated Complex/Transition State: Energy of activation, Potential energy surface, Theories of reaction rate: Collision and Transition State theories in terms of enzyme catalysis.
(Lectures: 4-5) Module III
(i) Electrochemistry: Dry and fuel cells, electrochemical cell, Solar cells, Disensitized cell, Photovoltaic cell.

(Lectures: 3-4) (ii) Environmental Chemistry: Air and Water Pollution, analysis of gaseous effluents oxides of Nitrogen, oxides of Sulphur and H2S, chemical analysis of effluents liquid streams, BOD, COD, control of pollution, Depletion of ozone layer.
(Lectures: 5-6) Module IV

(ii) Stereochemistry: Stereoisomerism of organic compounds containing one & two chiral centers. Enantiomers & Diastereomers, E-Z nomenclature, R-S configuration, Atropisomerism, and Optical isomerism in Allenes, biphenyl and Spiranes, Circular Dichroism.
(Lectures: 5-6) (i) Reaction Mechanism: Inductive, Electromeric and Mesomeric effects. Study of reaction intermediates (Carbanion, carbocation, carbene, nitrene and benzyne). Mechanism of nucleophilic and electrophilic substitution reactions. Mechanism and application of following reactions:

a) Suzuki-Miyaura Cross coupling reaction b) Fries and Photo-Fries Rearrangement c) Wagner- Meerweir Rearrangement d) Umpolung Reactions e) Reaction of vision
Module V

(Lectures: 4-5)

(i) Polymers: Introduction and their classifications, types of polymerization, Free radical, anionic and cationic polymerization, Preparation, Rheological properties and uses of some common polymers. Synthetic Polymers (carbon framework, silicon framework, fluorinated polymer), Conducting and Biodegradable polymers.
(Lectures: 4-5) (ii) Water Analysis: Introduction; Hardness of Water- cause, types, units, Disadvantages of using hard water for domestic and industrial purposes, Softening of hard water, Chemical analysis of Waterestimation of free chlorine, total alkalinity, hardness, Numerical based on determination of hardness.
(Lectures: 4-5)

List of Experiments:

1. Determination of alkalinity in given water sample. a. Sodium Carbonate & Sodium Bicarbonate b. Sodium Carbonate & Sodium Hydroxide
2. Determination of temporary and permanent hardness in water sample using EDTA as standard solution.
3. Determination of Chloride content of water by Mohr’s Method. 4. Determination of Chlorine content in Bleaching powder. 5. Determination of strength of supplied Ferrous Ammonium Sulphate (FAS) solution in using
external, internal indicators. 6. Determination of viscosity of a given liquid by Ostwald’s viscometer. 7. Determination of surface tension of a given liquid by Stalagmometer. 8. pH determination of given sample. 9. Determination of iron content of water by Mohr’s Method. 10. Determination of Dissociation constant of weak acids by conductometric Titration.

Reference Books: 1. Advance Organic Chemistry by Jerry March, Third Edition Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi. 2. Organic Chemistry by Morrision & Boyd, Allyn and Bacon, Inc. Boston. 3. Physical Chemistry by Puri, Sharma & Pathania, Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula, Arun Bahl, B.S. Bahl & G.D.Tuli.

4. Textbook of Physical Chemistry by S. Glasstone, Macmillan and Co. Ltd., London. 5. Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Dynamics by Puri, Sharma & Pathania. 6. Principles of Polymerization by George Odian. 7. Polymer Science by V. R. Gowarikar, N. V. Vishwanathan and J. Shridhar, Wiley Eastern Ltd.,
New Delhi. 8. Principles of Instrumental Analysis by Douglas and Skoog, Saunder College Publishing Co., New
York. 9. Engineering Chemistry by Jain & Jain, Dhanpat Rai Publication Co., New Delhi. 10. Application of Absorption Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds by John R. Dyer, Prentice Hall
of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 11. Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds by P.S. Kalsi, Y.R. Sharma.

BMA -101 MATHEMATICS –I

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OBJECTIVE: The objective of this course is to educate the students about:

• the convergence of infinite series, improper integrals and differential calculus. • partial differentiation, multiple integrals and Beta, Gamma functions. • vector calculus, matrices, linear algebra and optimization techniques.

Course Outcome

On the successful completion of the course, students will be able to

CO1 find nth derivative, determine the expansion of functions and find convergence Understand, Apply of series and improper integrals.

CO2 find partial differentiation and evaluate area and volume using multiple integrals.

Apply, Evaluate

CO3 convert line integrals to surface integrals and volume integrals, determine potential functions for irrotational force fields.

Apply, Evaluate

CO4 solve linear system of equations and determine the eigen vectors of the matrix. Apply, Analyze

Evaluate,

CO5 learn concept of optimization and optimization techniques.

Apply, Analyze,

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Detailed Syllabus:
Unit I- Functions of One Real Variable: Successive differentiation, Leibnitz theorem, Mean value theorems, sequences and series, Expansion of functions, Improper integrals and their convergence.
Unit II- Functions of Several Real Variables: Limit, Continuity, Partial differentiation, Total differential and approximations, Jacobian, Euler’s theorem Expansion of functions, Beta and Gamma Functions, Multiple integral, Change of order, Change of variables, Applications to area, volume, mass, surface area etc. Dirichlet’s Integral & applications.
Unit III- Vector Calculus:

Point functions, differentiation, Gradient, Directional derivative, Divergence and Curl of a vector and their physical interpretations, Solenoidal & irrotational fields, Integration, Line, Surface and Volume integrals Green’s. Stoke’s and Gauss Divergence theorems (without proof) and applications.
Unit IV- Matrices and Linear Algebra: Vector space and subspace, linear dependence, dimensions and basis, Linear transformation and its matrix representation, Elementary transformations, Echelon form, rank & nullity, Consistency of linear system of equations and their solutions, characteristic equation, Cayley Hamilton theorem, Real and complex eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalisation, quadratic forms, complex, orthogonal, and unitary matrices, Application to Cryptography, discrete, Compartmental models and system stability.
Unit V- Optimization: Engineering applications of optimization, statement and classification of optimization problems, Optimization techniques, single variable optimization, multi variable optimization with no constraint, with equality and inequality constraints, Linear Programming Problems, Graphical method and Simplex method.
Books Recommended: 1. R.K. Jain & S. R. K. lyengar; Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House 2002. 2. Erwin Kreyszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics. John Wiley & Sons 8th Edition. 3. Dennis G. Zill & Michael R Cullen; Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2nd
Edition. 4. S.S. Rao; Optimization: Theory & application Wiley Eastern Limited. 5. T.M. Apostol, calculus, Vol. I, 2nd ed., Wiley 1967. 6. T.M. Apostol, Calculus, Vol. II, 2nd ed., Wiley 1969. 7. Gilbert Strang, Linear Algebra & its applications, Nelson Engineering 2007. 8. Calculus & Analytic Geometry, Thomas and Finny.

COMPUTER CONCEPTS & PROGRAMMING (ECS-101/102)

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Prerequisite: NIL

Course Content:

Unit-1:
Introduction to Computers: Computer hardware Components, peripherals and their functions, Number Systems and conversion methods, Concept of an algorithm; termination and correctness. Algorithms to programs: specification, top-down development and stepwise refinement, Introduction to programming environment, use of high level programming language for the systematic developmentof programs. Introduction to the design and implementation of correct, efficient and maintainable programs, Structured Programming, Trace an algorithm to depict the logic.
Unit-2:
Basic operating System Concepts: Introduction of MS-DOS, WINDOWS, and LINUX Operating Systems, Functional Knowledge of these operating systems, Introduction of basic commands of LINUX and Editors, Managing Files and Directories in LINUX, Programming Environment in LINUX, Writing and executing programs in LINUX.
Unit-3:
Programming in C: History, Introduction to C Programming Languages, Structure of C programs, compilation and execution of C programs, Debugging Techniques, Data Types and Sizes, Declaration of variables, Modifiers, Identifiers and keywords, Symbolic constants, Storage classes (automatic, external, register and static), Enumerations, command line parameters, Macros, The C Preprocessor.
Unit-4:
Operators: Unary operators, Arithmetic & logical operators, Bit wise operators, Assignment operators and expressions, Conditional expressions, Precedence and order of evaluation. Control statements: if-else, switch, break, and continue, the comma operator, goto statement. Loops: for, while, do-while. Functions: built-in and user-defined, function declaration, definition and function call, and parameter passing: call by

value, call by reference, recursive functions, Multi-file programs. Arrays: linear arrays, multidimensional arrays, passing arrays to functions, Arrays and strings. Unit-5:
Structure and Union: definition and differences, self-referential structure. Pointers: value at (*) and address of (&) operator, pointer to pointer, Dynamic Memory Allocation, calloc and malloc functions, array of pointers, function of pointers, structures and pointers. File Handling in C: opening and closing a data file, creating a data file, read and write functions, unformatted data files.
Lab Work:
1. Write C program to find largest of three integers. 2. Write C program to check whether the given string is palindrome or not. 3. Write C program to find whether the given integer is
(i). a prime number
(ii). an Armstrong number.
4. Write C program for Pascal triangle. 5. Write C program to find sum and average of n integer using linear array. 6. Write C program to perform addition, multiplication, transpose on matrices. 7. Write C program to find Fibonacci series of iterative method using user-defined
function. 8. Write C program to find factorial of n by recursion using user-defined functions. 9. Write C program to perform following operations by using user defined functions:
(i) Concatenation (ii) Reverse (iii) String Matching 10. Write C program to find sum of n terms of series: n – n*2/2! + n*3/3! - n*4/4! + ............... 11. Write C program to interchange two values using (i). Call by value.
(ii). Call by reference.

12. Write C program to sort the list of integers using dynamic memory allocation. 13. Write C program to display the mark sheet of a student using structure. 14. Write C program to perform following operations on data files:
(i) Read from data file. (ii) Write to data file. 15. Write C program to copy the content of one file to another file using command line argument.
Text and References Books:
1. Kernighan, Ritchie, “The C Programming Language”, PHI 2. V. Rajaraman, “Fundamentals of Computers”, PHI 3. Peter Norton’s, “Introduction to Computers”, TMH 4. Gottfried, “Programming in C”, Schaum’s Series, Tata McGraw Hill 5. YashwantKanitkar, “Working with C”, BPB 6. E. Balagurusamy, “Programming in ANSI C”, TMH
Course Outcomes:
1. Identify the parts of the computer system and explain the functioning of its componentsalongwith the process of problem solving. (Remember, Understand)
2. Design an algorithmic solution for a given problem and translate it into a program. (Design) 3. Understand different operating systems, related concepts and their functions. (Understand) 4. Use the appropriate control statements to solve the given problem. (Apply) 5. Implement different Operations on arrays and use functions to solve the given problem. (Apply) 6. Understand pointers, structures and unions &Implement file Operations in C programming.
(Understand, Apply)
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