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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