SOLUTION CHEMISTRY

Maria Augustine
BSc Chemistry, Department of Chemistry
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  • 10 week duration
29 students

SOLUTION CHEMISTRY

  • MODULE 1 : SOLUTIONS

    INTRODUCTION TO SOLUTIONS- Binary liquid solutions – Raoult’s law- ideal and non-ideal solutions– ∆Gmix, ∆Vmix, and ∆Smixfor ideal solutions. Vapour pressure – composition and temperature– composition curves of ideal and non-ideal binary liquid solutions

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  • Solubility of gases in liquids

    Henry’s law. Distribution of a solute between two solvents– Nernst distribution law

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  • Partial molar quantities

    Definition of Chemical potential – Gibbs–Duhem equation( derivation)

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  • Colligative properties

    Definition-vapour pressure lowering, Boiling point elevation and freezing point depression (thermodynamicderivation).Molar mass determination-related problems – Osmotic pressure –laws ofosmotic pressure – Reverse osmosis – purification of sea water. Abnormal molecular masses – van’t Hoff factor – Degree of association and Degree of dissociation

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  • MODULE 2 : Electrical Conductance

    Introduction- Faraday’s laws of electrolysis, electrochemical equivalent& chemical equivalent

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  • Conductivity

    Electrolytic conductivity, molar conductivity – Variation of molar conductivitywith concentration. Kohlrausch’s law – Applications

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  • Ionic mobility

    relation with ion conductivity, influence of temperature on ionconductivity, ion conductivity and viscosity – Walden’s rule. Abnormal ion conductivity of hydrogen and hydroxyl ions.

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