Fee structure and syllabus of M.Sc (chemistry) course in Amravati University


Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, etc are the main topics included in M.Sc Chemistry course curriculum. Total fee for the course will be around Rs. 6000/- in Amaravati University.

Syllabus of M.Sc Chemistry


Inorganic Chemistry

  • Stereochemistry and Bonding in Main Group Compound
  • Molecular Orbital Theory
  • Metal-Ligand Bonding
  • Magneto Chemistry
  • Metallic Cluster
  • Non-aqueous solvent behavior
  • Metal-Ligand equilibria in solution
  • Symmetry and Group Theory

Organic Chemistry

  • Nature and Bonding in Organic Molecule
  • Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution
  • Elimination Reactions

Physical Chemistry

  • Quantum Chemistry
  • Thermodynamics
  • Statistical Thermodynamics
  • Chemical Dynamics

Modern Methods of Separation

  • Statistical Analysis
  • Chromatography
  • Ion exchange
  • Solvent Extraction

Semester II

Co-ordination Chemistry

  • Ligand field theory (LFT)
  • Electronic spectra
  • Reaction Mechanism of Transition Metal complexes
  • Metal pi-Complexes

Organic Chemistry –II

  • Aromatic Electrophillic Substitution
  • Addition to Carbon –Carbon Multiple Bond
  • Addition to Carbon-Heteroatom Multiple Bonds
  • Free Radical Reaction
  • Mechanism of Molecular Rearrangement
  • Green Chemistry

Physical Chemistry-II

  • Chemical Dynamics
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Macromolecules
  • Electrochemistry
  • Nuclear Chemistry

Optical Methods and Environmental Chemistry

  • Spectrophotometry and Colorimetry
  • Flame Emission and Atomic spectrometry
  • Water Pollution
  • Air Pollution
  • Soil Pollution and Pesticide Analysis

Semester III

Inorganic Chemistry (Bioinorganic Chemistry)

  • Essential and trace metals in biological systems
  • Electron transfer in Biology
  • Transport & Storage of Dioxygen
  • Metalloenzymes

Inorganic Chemistry (Solid State Chemistry)

  • Crystal Structure of Some Simple Compounds
  • Dielectric polarization
  • Magnetic properties of Materials

Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis-I)

  • Photochemistry
  • Pericyclic Reactions
  • Oxidation-Reduction and Electron transfer reactions
  • Formation of C-C bond

Organic Chemistry (Natural Product-I)

  • Carbohydrates
  • Amino acids, protein and peptides

Physical Chemistry

  • Solid-state chemistry
  • Electronic properties and Band Theory
  • Glass, Ceramics and Multiphase materials
  • Ceramics and Composites
  • Superconductivity
  • Polymer characterization

Industrial Chemistry

  • Fundamentals of Heat transfer
  • Unit Operations
  • Material Balance
  • Catalyst
  • Materials of construction for chemical plant
  • Chemical Process Economics
  • Industrial Management
  • Safety

Semester IV

General Analytical Chemistry

  • Radiochemical Methods
  • Automation of Chemical Analysis
  • Optical Methods of Analysis
  • Analysis of Food, Body fluids and Drugs
  • Fuel analysis

Inorganic Chemistry (Photo-inorganic & Organ metallic Chemistry)

  • Basics of Photochemistry
  • Excited States of Metal Complexes
  • Ligand field Photochemistry
  • Redox reactions by Excited Metal Complexes
  • Organotransition Metal Chemistry
  • Transition Metal Pi Complexes

Inorganic Chemistry (Materials Chemistry)

  • Glasses, Ceramics & Composites
  • Liquid Crystals
  • Biomaterials
  • Nanoparticles & Nanostructural materials
  • Nanoporous Materials
  • Solid State Reaction
  • Coordination Polymers

Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis: II)

  • Chemo and Regio Selectivity
  • Designing the synthesis based on retrosynthetic analysis
  • Protection and Deprotection of functional groups
  • Selective Organic Name Reaction

Fee structure of M.Sc Chemistry in Amaravati University

The fees for pursuing first year B.Com in Amaravati University is Rs. 1120 /-(UPF-560+SCF-560). In second year one must pay a fee of 1420/- (UPF-710+SCF-710/-). Final year fee for the course is 1920/- (UPF-960/-+SCF960/-). Apart from this, one must pay special fee for attending year end exams.



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