HNGU MSC Semester-III Syllabus 2023/ Sem 3 Syllabus Inorganic Chemistry 2023-2024


MSC Semester-III Syllabus 2022/ Sem 3 Syllabus Inorganic 2023

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HNGU Msc Inorganic Syllabus 2023-24

    M.Sc. Semester-III 
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –I 
    (Inorganic Spectroscopy) 

    Unit:- 1 E.S.R. & N.Q.R. Spectroscopy    25% (15 Hrs) 

    ⏭️ E.S.R. Spectra of transition metal complexes 
     Theory of E.S.R. (Basic principles). The presentation of E.S.R. Spectrum, 
     Hyperfine splitting, Spin Hamiltonian, Applications. 

    ⏭️N.Q.R. Spectroscopy:- 
    Theory of N.Q.R. Origin of Transition, Experimental Techniques. Townes and 
     Dailey’s Formula, Structural Information from N.Q.R, Illustrated by suitable 

    Unit:- 2 X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy 25% (15 Hrs) 

     Application of 
    (a)Valence-electron & photo-electron Spectroscopy 
     (b) X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.


    Unit:-3: Magneto Chemistry: 25% (15 Hrs) 

     Principle & application of magneto chemistry: Basic (Diamagnetic, Para 
     magnetic, ferromagnetic, anti-ferromagnetic), Magnetic properties of free 

    Unit:-4 Organo Metallic Compounds (OMC): 25% (15 Hrs) 

    General Introduction & Principles. Factors governing the properties of OMC
    General trends in Chemical Properties, Nature of metal-carbon Bond, 
    Preparative methods, Reactions & applications. 
    Organo Aluminum & Beboranes Compounds, Organo boranes

    Reference Books: 

    1. Spectroscopic Identification of Organic Compounds by R. M. Silverstein and F. X. 
     Webster, 6th edition, John Wiley & Sons. 
    2. Introduction to Spectroscopy by D. L. Pavia, G. M. Lampman and G. S. Kriz, 3rd
     edition, Thomson Brooks/Cole. 
    3. Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry by D. H. Williams and I. Fleming, 4th
     edition, Mcgraw–Hill Book Company. 
    4. Organic Spectroscopy by William Kemp, 3rd edition, Palgrave. 
    5. Organic Spectroscopy–Principles and Applications by Jag Mohan, 2nd edition, 
     Narosa Publishing House. 
    6. Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds by P. S. Kalsi, 5
    th edition, New Age 
     International Publishers.

    HNGU MSC Sem 3 Inorganic Chemistry Syllabus 2022-23

    M.Sc. Semester-III 
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –II
    (Bio-inorganic & Organometallic Compounds) 

    Unit:- 1 Bio-inorganic Chemistry 25% (15 Hrs) 

     Introduction, The Biochemistry of iron, Iron Storage and Transport, 
     Haemoglobin and Myoglobin, Cytochromes. Other Iron-Porphyrin 
     Biomolecules, other Natural Oxygen Carriers, Iron-Sulphur Proteins. 

    Unit:-2 The Biochemistry of Transition metal 25% (15 Hrs) 

     Zinc, Copper, Cobalt, Molybdenum and Tungsten Miscellaneous Other 
     Elements: Vanadium, Chromium, Nickel. 

    Unit:-3 Organometallic Compounds 25% (15 Hrs) 

    Organometallic Compounds & metal complexes as catalyst in Homogeneous 
    & Heterogeneous Systems: Oxidative-addition, Reductive elimination. 
    Migration (insertion) Reactions, Hydroformylation, Hydrogenation, 
     Polymerization, Fisher-Troops Process, Water Gas Shift Reaction. 
    Unit:-4 Uranic Elements 25% (15 Hrs) 
     Chemistry of Trans Uranic Elements: 

    Reference Books: 

    1. Organometallic Compounds, Vol.1 & 2 by G.E. Coates, M.L.H. Green and K. 
    Wade, Metheun & Co. Ltd. London EC4. 
    2. Bioinorganic chemistry Gurudeep Chatwal 
    3. Inorganic chemistry, 45th Edition, James E Huheey and Ellen A Keiter. 
    4. Bioinorganic, Bioinorganic and Supramolecular Chemistry,P S Kalsi & J P Kalsi 
    5. Advanced Inorganic chemistry, 6th edition , Cotton and Wilkinson 
    6. Concoise Inorganic Chemistry J.D Lee 
    7. Organometallic Compounds by G.E. Coates, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. 
    8. Organometallic Chemistry by H. Zeiss, Reinhold Publishing Corporation, New 
    9. Organometallic Chemistry by R.C. Mehrotra & Anirudh Singh, New Age 
     International (P) Limited, Publishers, New Delhi. 
    10.Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 1 by F.A. Cotton, Interscience, Pub.Inc., 
    New York. 
    11.Organotransition Metal Chemistry by John F. Hartwing, University Science Books, 
    Sausalito, California.

    M.Sc. Semester-III
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –III

    Unit:-1 Types of Corrosion 25% (15 Hrs)

    a. Importance of Studying Corrosion.
    Electrochemical Mechanism- Type of Corrosion Damage, (Uniform Attack,
    Pitting, Dezincification, Intergranular Cracking).
    b. Corrosion Tendency And Electrode Potential: The Oxygen Electrode and
    Differential Cell, Aeration Cell, Pourbaix Diagram, Emfiane Galvanic Series.

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    Unit:-2 Atmospheric Corrosion 25% (15 Hrs)

    a. Polarization : The polarized cell, How measured, Causes of polarization,
    over voltage, Influence of polarization on corrosion rate.
    b. Atmospheric Corrosion : Types of atmospheres, corrosion product films.
    Factors influencing corrosivity of the atmosphere, Remedial measures.

    Unit:-3 Underground Corrosion 25% (15 Hrs)

    a. Underground Corrosion: Factors Influencing The Corrosively of Soils,
    Pitting, Characteristics, Remedial Measures.
    b. Oxidation and Tarnish : Theory e.g. of Oxidation, Wagner Theory of
     Oxidation resistant alloys.

    Unit:-4 Corrosion & Cracking 25% (15 Hrs)

    a. Stray Current Corrosion: Sources of stray current Detection of stray
     Method of Measuring the Resistivity of Soil, Effect of stray current on steel
     covered by concrete. Damage of sneep by SC.
    b. Stress Corrosion Cracking - Mechanism of cracking.
     Hydrogen Cracking - Mechanism of Cracking.
     Corrosion Fatigue - Mechanism of Cracking.
     Fretting Corrosion - Mechanism of Cracking.
     Treatment of Water and Steam System. Hot and Cold Water Treatment,
     Boiler Water Treatment.

    Reference Books: 

    1. Handbook of Industrial Chemistry, Vol.1 by K.H.Davis, F.S.Berner, CBS 
    2. Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry, Chapter 57, 58. 
    3. Insight into Speciality Inorganic Chemicals, Chapter 15, by David Thompson, The 
    Royal Society of Chemistry, 1995. 
    4. New Trends in Green Chemistry, 2nd Edition by V.K.Ahluwalia and M.Kidwai, 
    Anamaya Publishers, 2007. 
    5. Pietro Pedeferri Corrosion Science and Engineering Springer ISBN: 

    M.Sc. Semester-III
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –III
    (Co-ordination Chemistry)

    Unit:- 1Theories of bonding: 25% (15 Hrs)

    Theoretical principles of CFT, Introduction to spherical harmonics & the shape
    of d-orbitals, Derivation of crystal field potential for tetragonal, cubic and
    Square planar arrangement of ligands around central metal ion. Transformation
    of these potential from Cartesian to spherical harmonics. Effect of Voct on d1
    system. Evaluation of the various integrals involved. Solution of the secular
    determinant to obtain energies and corresponding wave functions, Crystal field
    splitting diagram for Oh, Td & Square planar systems.

    Unit:-2Theory of Electronic Spectra 25% (15 Hrs)

     R.S Coupling & J. J. Coupling
     Ladder operators :
     - Step up & Step down operators and their use to obtain wave functions.
     - Derivation and use of the equation.
     X(α)=sin(l+1)α/2 =2A2g/3T1g
     Sin α/2

    Unit:-3 Weak Field Approximation 25% (15 Hrs)

     The splitting of the free ion terms of d2 in an oh field Calculation in weak
    field,approximation energy of the various terms;2A2g,3T2g, & 3T1g derived
    from 3F(d2) in an Oh field.
     Strong field approximation :
     Determination of multiplicities by the method of descending symmetry.
     Calculation of energy of various terms within the frame work of strong field

    Unit:-4 Electronic Spectra of Metal Complexes 25% (15Hrs)

     Introduction, Selection rules, Vibronic coupling spectra of Ti(III), VO(IV),
     Ni(II), Co(II), Co(III), Fe(II), Fe(III), Cu(II), Mn(II) complexes under
     different geometries, Jahn-Tellor theorem.

    Reference Books:

    1. Advance Coordination Chemistry 1st Edition (English, Paperback, Shukla P R)
    Edition: 1st Edition, 2012 ISBN: 9789350515839, 9350515830
    2. Inorganic Chemistry 3rd Edition 2008 by Donald A Tarr and Gary Miessler.
    3. UGC Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (English, Paperback, Keemti lal, S.K.
    Agarwal) ISBN: 9789386306289, 938630628X

    M.Sc. Semester-III 
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –IV 
    “Inorganic Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry” 

    Unit:- 1 Pharmacopocia and Monography: 25% (15 Hrs) 

    (a) Pharmacopocia and Monography: 
    Electrolytes, major physiological ions, physiological acid-base balance, 
    acid base imbalance, electrolytes used for replacement therapy, 
    electrolytes used in combination therapy. 
    (b)Gastro-intenstinal agents-Acidifying agents, gastric artacids, protective 
    and adsorbents, saline cathartics 
    Antioxidants and buffers 

    Unit:-2 Respiratory System 25%(15Hrs) 

    Expectorants and Emetics-Symptoms of Respiratory Disease 
    Expectorants, Antitussive and Emetics. 
     (a)Topical agents- Protective, Astringents and Antimicrobials 

    Unit:-3 Role of Metal ions in Medicine 25%(15Hrs) 

     Trace Elements- Copper, Iron, Iodine, Manganese, Zinc, Their Compounds 
     and Their Relevance. 
    (a) Metals in Medicine: Biomedical Significance. Role of Metal Ions in Drug 
    Design Platinum Antitumor Agents-Discovery and Development, Synthesis. 

    Unit:-4 Medicinal Metal Complexes 25% (15 Hrs) 

    (a) Vanadium Complexes- oxovanadium (IV)complexes for diabetes treatment 
    (b) Medicinal Applications of Metal complexes of N-Heterocyclic Carbenes 
    (NHC)-NHC Precursors and Metal Complexes-Pyridine Based NHC 
    Precursors and Metal Complexes, NHC Rhodium Complexes. 

    References book: 

    1. A handbook of Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry,Dr.K.G.Bothara,Nirali 
    2. Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry: American Chemical Society,Washington,DC 
    3. Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry: Orvig. CAbrams, M.J.Ed.,Chemical Reviews 
    Vol.99,No.9, American Chemical Society,Washington,DC.1999. 
    4. Metallopharmaceuticals I & II,Clarke,M.J.,Sadler,P.,Eds,Springer,Verlag,New 
    5. Uses of Inorganic Chemistry in Medicine, Farrell, N.,Ed, Springer-Verlag, New 

    M.Sc. Semester-III 
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –V 
    (Environmental Chemistry) 

    Unit:- 1- Environmental Chemistry 50% (15 Hrs)

    Types of Water Pollutants: Organic, Inorganic, Radionucluds and their 
    determination COD, BOD and Industrial Waste Water Treatment For Solids, 
    Metals, Dissolved Organics and Inorganics. 
    Air Pollutants-CO, SOx, NOx, CFC, Hydrocarbon and Their Monitoring 
    Disposal of Hazardous Wastes. 

    Unit:- 2- Chemical and Bio fertilizers 50% (15 Hrs)

    Chemical Fertilizers, Applications, Adverse effects, Advantage of Bio 
    fertilizers. Types of Mineral Fertilizers: Nitrogenous Fertilizers, Phosphoric 
    and Potassium fertilizers, NPK grades. 
     Nitrogen bio fertilizer: Rhizobium(Symbiotic) Azetobactor(Non Symbiotic) 
     Phosphorus Bio fertilizer: P.S.B. phosphate solubilizing bacteria. More Updates on new Website 


    1.Nanoparticles,buildings blocks of nanotechnology,Rotello V.Khwer 
    Acad/ptenum publication, 
    2.Nanoscale materials in Klabunde K.J.John-wile,N.Y.2001 
    3.The chemistry of nanomaterials: Synthesis,properties and applications, A.Miller and A.K.Cheetham,wiley-VCH,2004 
    4.Nanotechnology, Richard Booker,Earl Boysen,Wiley 
    5.Environmental Chemistry,Akde,Wiley Eastern Ltd. 
    6.Environmental Chemistry,B.K.Sharma,H.Kaur,Goel Publishing 
    7. Environmental Chemistry, B.K.Sharma,Goel Publishing House,Meerut.

    M.Sc. Semester-III 
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –III 
    (Advanced Industrial Inorganic Chemistry)

    Unit:- 1- Nanomaterials in Chemistry 50% (15 Hrs) 

    Introduction to Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry, Classification of Nanomaterials 
    General Methods of Preparation and Applications. Chemical and catalytic aspects of 
    Nanocrystals-Nanomaterials in catalysis, as adsorbents, as new chemical reagents. 

    Unit:- 2- Smart Materials 50% (15 Hrs) 

    Ceramics, Alloys, Gels and Polymers. Piezoelectric Materials, Electrostrictive and 
    Magnetostrictive Materials, Rheological, Thermoresponve, pH sensitive Halochromic 
    Materials, Electrochromic Materials and Smart gels.


    1. Nanoparticles,buildings blocks of nanotechnology,Rotello V.Khwer 
    Acad/ptenum publication, 
    2. Nanoscale materials in Klabunde K.J.John-wile,N.Y.2001 
    3. The chemistry of nanomaterials: Synthesis,properties and applications, A.Miller and 
    4. Nanotechnology, Richard Booker,Earl Boysen,Wiley
    5. Environmental Chemistry,Akde,Wiley Eastern Ltd. 
    6.Environmental Chemistry,B.K.Sharma,H.Kaur,Goel Publishing House, 
    7. Environmental Chemistry, B.K.Sharma,Goel Publishing House,Meerut.
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    M.Sc. Semester-III 
    Inorganic Chemistry Paper –III 
    CHNN-606-(I) & CHNN-607-(I) 

    1. Qualitative Analysis(Mixture of eight radicals, out of which two must be 
    radical of less familiar elements W,Li,Th,V,Ce,Be,Ti,Mo)(Minimum-six) 
    2. Complexometric analysis of mixtures containing two components 
    (at least four) 
    3. Water Analysis (Minimum Five) 
    Reference Books: 
    1. Qualitative Chemical semimicro analysis by V. N. Alexeyev, Mir Publishers 
    2. Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis by G. Svehla, Orent Longman, New 
    3. Vogel’s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 5th edition by G. H. 
    Jeffery, J. Bassett, J. Mendham and R. C. Denney, ELBS Publication, 1996, 
    Chapter 2, 3, 11.

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