B.Sc 1st Year Industrial Chemistry Syllabus Dr RMLAU and Course Details

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

B.Sc 1st Year Industrial Chemistry Syllabus Dr RMLAU and Course Details

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Industrial Chemistry part 1 syllabus and course input details have been confirmed by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Ayodhya.

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B.Sc Industrial Chemistry 1st Year Syllabus of Faizabad University:

Paper – I (Industrial Aspects of Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry) of Avadh University B.Sc Industrial Chemistry Part 1 Syllabus:

  1. Nomenclature Generic names, trade names
  2. Raw materials for organic compound: Petroleum: Natural gas, Fractionation of crude oil, cracking, reforming, hydroforming, isomerisation.
  3. Coal: Types, structure, properties, distillation of coal, chemicals derived therefrom.
  4. Renewable natural resources: Cellulose, Starch-Properties, modification, important industrial chemicals derived from them, Alcohol and alcohol based chemicals, oxalic acid, furfural.
  5. Basic metallurgical operations: Pulverisation, Calcination, Roasting, Refining.
  6. Physicochemical principles of extraction of: Iron, Copper, Lead, Silver, Sodium, Aluminum, Magnesium, Zinc, Chromium.
  7. Inorganic materials of industrial importance: Their availability, forms, structure and modification. Alumina, Silica, silicates, clays, mica, carbon, zeolites.

Paper – II (Industrial Aspects of Physical Chemistry and Material and Energy Balance) of RMLAU B.Sc Industrial Chemistry Part 1 Syllabus:

  1. Surface Chemistry and Interfacial Phenomena: Adsorption Isotherm, Sols, Gels, Emulsions, Microemulsions, Micelles, Aerosols, Effect of surfactants, Hydrotropes.
  2. Catalysis: Introduction, types – Homogeneous and Heterogeneous, Basic principles, mechanisms, Factors affecting the performance, Introduction to phase transfer catalysis, enzyme catalysed reactions - rate model, Industrially important reactions.
  3. Dimensions and units: Basic chemical Calculations – Atomic weight, molecular weight, equivalent weight mole, Composition of – i) Liquid mixtures, and ii) gaseous mixtures.
  4. Material Balance without Chemical Reactions: Flow diagram for materials balance, simple material balance with or without recycle or by-pass for chemical engineering operations such as distillation, absorption, crystallization, evaporation, extraction, etc.
  5. Material Balance involving Chemical Reaction: Concept of limiting reactant, conversion, yield, Liquid phase reaction, gas phase reactions, with/without recycle or by-pass.
  6. Energy Balance: Heat capacity of pure gases and gaseous mixtures at constant pressures. Sensible heat changes in liquids, enthalpy changes.

Paper – III (Unit Operation in Chemical Industry and Utilities and Fluid Flow and Heat Transport in Industry) of RMLAU Faizabad B.Sc Industrial Chemistry Part 1 Syllabus:

1. Distillation: Introduction; Batch and continuous distillation, Separation of azeotropes, Plate columns and packed columns.

Absorption: Introduction: Equipments – packed columns, spray columns, bubble columns, packed bubble columns, mechanically agitated contractors.

2. Evaporation – Introduction; Equipments – short tube (standard) evaporator, forced circulation evaporators, falling film evaporators, climbing film (upward flow) evaporators, wiped (agitated) film evaporator.

Filtration - Introduction; Filter media and filter aids, Equipments – plate and frame filter press, nutch filter, rotary drum filter, sparkler filter, candle filter, bag filter, centrifuge, Drying – Introduction; Free moisture, bound, moisture, drying curve, Equipments – tray dryer, rotary dryer, flash dryer, fluid bed dryer, drum dryer, spray dryer.

3. Crystallization – Introduction; solubility, supersaturation, nucleation, crystal growth; equipment-tank crystallizer, agitated crystallizer, evaporator crystallizer, draft tube crystallizer.

4. Extraction – Introduction: selecting of solvents; Equipments – spray column, packed column, rotating disc column mixer-settler.

Mixing – Introduction; mixing or liquid-liquid, solid-solid, liquid-solid systems.

Utilities in Chemical Industry:

Fuel – Types of fuels – Advantages and disadvantages combustion of fuels, calorific value. Specifications for fuel oil

  • Boilers – Types of boilers and their functioning
  • Water – Specifications for industrial use, various water treatments
  • Steam – Generation and use
  • Air – Specifications for industrial use, Processing of air

5. Fluid Flow: Fans, blowers, compressors, vacuum pumps, ejector
Pumps: Reciprocating pumps, Gear pumps, Centrifugal pumps

Heat Transfer: Heat Exchangers – shell and Tube type; finned tube heat exchangers, plate heat exchangers, refrigeration cycles.

Download RMLAU B.Sc Industrial Chemistry 1st year syllabus here in PDF: http://www.rmlau.ac.in/pdf/julindche11.pdf

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