Bsc 2nd Year Inorganic Chemistry Syllabus 2023-24

In this post-BSC 2nd year inorganic chemistry syllabus is being given for 2023-2024. 

The syllabus given here is a common syllabus. 

This is very useful for those students who have recently been admitted in their second year. 

Using this they can know which topics are included in the inorganic chemistry syllabus.

That is, what they have to study in the second year and what not. 

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They diagnose this by searching on the internet or from previous syllabi. 

Therefore a common syllabus is being given here. 

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Syllabus Of Inorganic Chemistry Bsc 2nd Year 

  • Chemistry of Transition Elements ( First Transition Series) - Characteristic properties of the elements; ionic radii, oxidation states, complex compound formation, and magnetic properties. Their binary compounds illustrate the relative stability of their oxidation states, coordination number, and geometry.
  • Chemistry of Transition Elements (Second and Third Series) - General characteristics, comparative treatment with their analogs in respect of ionic radii, oxidation state, magnetic behavior, and stereo-chemistry.
  • Oxidation and Reduction - Standard electrode potential, Reference electrode, determination of electrode potential, electrochemical series, use of electrode potential data, reaction feasibility, and computation of equivalent weight.
  • Coordination Chemistry - Warner's theory for coordination compounds; its experimental verification, effective atomic number concept, and chelates. Nomenclature of coordination compounds (IUPAC system), isomerism in coordination compounds, stability of complexes, and factors contributing to the stability. Valence bond theory for coordination compounds.
  • Chemistry of Lanthanides - Electronic structure, oxidation states, ionic radii, lanthanide contraction, and its consequences, complex formation, methods of separation of lanthanides- fractional crystallization, fractional precipitation, change in oxidation state, solvent extraction, and ion exchange methods.
  • Chemistry of Actinides - General features of actinides-electronic configuration, atomic and ionic radii, ionization potential, oxidation states and complex formation.
  • Acids and Bases - Arrhenius concept, Bronsted-Lowry concept, Lux-Flood and Lewis concept of acids and bases, the role of the solvent and strength of acids and bases.
  • Non-Aqueous Solvents - Classification of solvents, their general characteristics, physical properties of the solvents, a reaction in non-aqueous solvents-liquid NH3 and SO2 (auto-ionization), precipitation reactions, acid-base reaction, oxidation-reduction reactions, salvation and solvolysis, complex formation, merits, demerits.

Lab Course Syllabus 

  • Laboratory hazards and safety precautions.
  • Inorganic quantitative analysis-gravimetric estimation of Ba2+, Fe3+ Ni2+, Cu2+ and Zn2+.
  • Inorganic synthesis – cuprous chloride, potash alum, chrome alum, ferrous oxalate, ferrous ammonium sulfate, tetraamminecopper(II) sulfate and hexaamminenickel(II) chloride. Crystallization of compounds.
  • Organic qualitative analysis- Preparation of sodium extract, identification of special elements,
  • Identification of simple organic compounds-hydrocarbons (aliphatic & aromatic)- their derivatives. One exercise each from gravimetric estimation, synthesis of compounds and organic chemistry exercise shall be given in the examination.

Distribution is given below:-

  1. Gravimetric estimation
  2. Inorganic Synthesis
  3. Identification of Organic compound
  4. Viva-Voce test
  5. Annual lab record and attendance


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FAQ

Question - Which book is best for inorganic chemistry for Jee Advanced?

Answer - The best book is - Inorganic Chemistry of NCERT Book by J.D. Lee.

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