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Laboratory Manual for Engineering and Physical Chemistry, aimed to provide an overview of the practical knowledge in Engineering and Physical chemistry experiments along with the fundamental chemical principles needed to understand this science. The book primarily deals with the experimental chemistry aspects of engineering, postgraduate and B.Sc(Hons) streams. It has been written to cater the needs of students in understanding the theory existing behind the practical procedures.Further the presentation provides the necessary course material in a cogent manner and the student finds relevant material in the compact collection. This book enriches the practical knowledge to the beginner’s at the industry, helps to improve their skills. This book is broadly divided into two sections. The first section is especially meant for chemistry practicals of engineering students of various universities across India and the second part is meant for students of B.Sc (Hons) and M.Sc., of various universities to acquire knowledge of physical chemistry practicals. In the beginning of section-I, the importance of chemical analysis (both qualitative and quantitative analysis) has been presented in lucid manner and twenty experiments have been dealt where as Section II deals with ten experiments. The significant feature of the book is that, at the beginning of each practical procedure the necessary fundamental theory is also incorporated for the benefit of students.
|Title||Laboratory Manual for Engineering and Physical Chemistry|
|Table of Content||Foreword, Preface Section-I: Engineering Chemistry Students: Experiment No. 1: Estimation of Sodium Carbonate in Soda Ash. Experiment No. 2: Estimation of Electrolytic Strength of Acid in a Lead-Acid Battery. Experiment No. 3: Estimation of Ferrous Iron (Fe2+) in an Ore Sample. Experiment No. 4: Estimation of Oxalic Acid by Redox Method. Experiment No. 5: Estimation of Calcium in Port Land Cement. Experiment No. 6: Estimation of Hydrogen Peroxide. Experiment No. 7: Estimation of Chromium (VI) in Potassium Dichromate. Experiment No. 8: Estimation of Copper in Copper Ore. Experiment No. 9: Estimation of Active Chlorine Content in a Disinfectant Bleaching Powder. Experiment No. 10: Determination of Hardness of an Under Ground Water Sample. Experiment No. 11: Estimation of Zinc in Zinc Ore by Ferrocyanide Method. Experiment No. 12: Determination of Alkalinity of Water Sample. Experiment No. 13: Estimation of Potassium Dichromate by Iodometric Method. Experiment No. 14: Determination of Viscosity of the Given Liquid. Experiment No. 15: Determination of Surface Tension of a Given Liquid. Experiment No. 16: Estimation of Mohr’s Salt by Potentiometric Method. Experiment No. 17: Determination of Strength of Hydrochloric Acid by pH Metric Method. Experiment No. 18: Determination of Sodium and Potassium by Flame Photometry. Experiment No. 19: Estimation of Sulphates by Nephelometry. Experiment No. 20: Determination of Moisture Content by KARL FISCHER Titration Method. Experiment No. 21: Determination of Absorption Maxima for Potassium Permanganate. Experiment No. 22: Determination of pKa of Benzoic acid by Half Neutralization Method. Experiment No. 23: Determination of pKa of Acetic acid by Half Neutralization Method. Experiment No. 24: Determination of Dissolved Oxygen in Water by Iodometric Titration. Experiment No. 25: Chromatographic Techniques. Experiment No. 26: Paper Chromatography: Identification of Aminoacids by Paper Chromatography. Experiment No. 27: Separation of Sugars by Paper Chromatography. Experiment No. 28: Thin Layer Chromatography. Section-II: M.Sc., Physical Chemistry Students: Experiment No. 1: Critical Solution Temperature, Introduction, Preparation of Solutions. Experiment No. 2: Effect of Electrolyte on Phenol – Water System, Preparation of Solutions, Viva-Voice. Experiment No. 3: Determination of Partition Co-efficient of Benzoic, Acid between Benzene and Water, Introduction. Experiment No. 4: Determination of Partition Co-efficient of I2 in CCl4 and Water, Introduction. Experiment No. 5: Equilibrium Constant – Determination of KI, Concentration Preparation of Solutions, Viva-Voice. Experiment No. 6: Composition of Cuprammonium Cation, Preparation of Solutions. Experiment No. 7: Ester Hydrolysis, Introduction, Preparation of Solutions. Experiment No. 8: Polarimetry, Introduction, Preparation of Solutions. Experiment No. 9: Potentiometry, Introduction, Preparation of Solutions, Viva-Voice. Experiment No. 10: Conductometry, Introduction, Preparation of Solutions, Viva-Voice. Subject Index|
|Author's Name||Prof. Mandava V. Basaveswara Rao|
|Publisher||Studium Press India Pvt. Ltd.|
|Year Of Publication||2013|
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|Book size width||6|