Bsc Second Year Physical Chemistry Syllabus 2022-2023 Session

Today we are providing bsc second year physical chemistry syllabus for the session 2022-2023. This syllabus is for bsc physical chemistry students. 

As you know that every university prepared its own syllabus for the coming session. The university professor or authorize person issues the physical chemistry bsc 2nd year syllabus with the amendment. 

This syllabus contains all the chapters, which belong to physical chemistry. 

As you know that teaching methods for BSc chemistry are limited. The candidate train in chemist laboratories to understand the BSc second year physical chemistry in depth. 

Chemistry is an experimental subject and practical knowledge is as important as theoretical knowledge. So, every student should be focused on the practical exam of BSc 2nd year physical chemistry.

Students should be making a group to understand the different formats of work skills and practical knowledge of physical chemistry for BSc 2nd year.

This BSc 2nd year physical chemistry syllabus focused to cover all chapters in detail for easy understanding. That helps the students to inspire to grab more knowledge of physical chemistry. 

So read this syllabus and start brainstorming perception with your team for the upcoming BSc second year physical chemistry examinations. 2nd Year Physical Chemistry Syllabus

GROUP-A (States Of Matter)

  • Gaseous State: Critical phenomena and Andrew's experiment, intermolecular forces and the liquid faction of gases, critical state: relation between critical constants and Vander Waals constants, Law of corresponding states, derivation of the reduced equation of state.
  • Liquid State: Critical temperature and structure, Physical properties of liquids: viscosity, refractive index, the idea of liquid crystals.
  • Solid State: Bravais lattices and lattice planes, Bragg's Law. Lattice energy and its calculations, crystal structures of NaCl, KCl, ZnS, and diamond. Radius ratio rule and coordination number.
  • Colloids: Lyophilic and lyophobic colloids, coagulation, dialysis, Hardy Schulze Law, Tyndall effect, Brownian movement, electrophoresis, the origin of charge, gold number, size determination, electrokinetic potential, gel, emulsion.

GROUP-B (Equilibrium)

  • Thermodynamics: Second law of thermodynamics. Carnot theorem, Carnot cycle, Entropy and its probability view, entropy change for reversible and irreversible processes and ideal gases entropy of mixing of ideal gases, free energy and work function criteria of chemical reactions, Gibbon Helmholtz Equation, Clausius-Clapyeron equation, and its applications.
  • Ionic Equilibrium: Ostwald's dilution law, conductance measurement of the dissociation constant of acetic acid, the relative strength of acids and bases, and the effect of substituents on them. Salt hydrolysis, application of conductance for determination of solubility product, degree of ionization, hydrolysis constant, Theory of acid-base indicators.
  • Phase Equilibrium: Phase rule, terms, and derivation, one-component water, and sulfur systems, two-component solid and liquid systems (Ag-Pb, Mg-Sn, KI-H2O, FeCl2 - H2O), Eutectic mixture, azeotropic mixture, congruent and incongruent compounds.
  • Distribution Law: Nernst distribution law, factors affecting partition coefficient, thermodynamic derivation, limitations and application, modification in case of association dissociation, and chemical change.

GROUP-C (Changes)

  • Chemical Kinetic: Second order reaction, expression or specific rate constant of second order reaction, half-life period and its unit, effect of temperature on reaction rate (Arrhenius equations, effect of catalyst on reaction rate, Energy of activation and its determination. Experimental measurement of order in acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of methyl acetate, saponification of ester, and inversion of cane sugar, first order gas phase reaction (Lindemann theory).
  • Catalysis: Definitions and classification of catalyst, characteristics of catalyst, theory of catalysis, acid-base catalysis, autocatalysis, enzyme catalysis, promoter, inhibitor, catalytic poison.
  • Conductance: Conductance of electrolytes cell constant, specific conductance, equivalent conductance, and molecular conductance, the effect of dilution on various types of conductance and their measurement. Kohlrausch's law of independent migrations of ions and its applications, conductometric titration.
  • Electrochemical Cells: Reversible and irreversible cells and electrodes, E. M. F. of a cell and its measurement, Galvanic cells, electrode potential, and its origin, standard electrode potential, Nernst equation,-determination of electrode potential, concentration cells, definition, classification, working of concentration cells and their applications, potentiometric titrations (acid-base, redox, and precipitation).

Bsc Second Year Physical Chemistry Book

Bsc 2nd Year Chemistry Book Name

  • Physical Chemistry - Dr.P.Bhagchandani
  • Physical Chemistry - D.S. Rathore
  • Physical Chemistry - Saraswat, Gharia, Topiwala and Dwivedi
  • Physical Chemistry - S.Kiran
  • Physical Chemistry - Dr.VKGoel, Dr.R.L.Pitalia, Dr.OPVerma and Dr.RK Upadhyay
  • CBSE Physical Chemistry - Puri, Sharma, Pathania and Kaur

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