Students will acquire knowledge about various types of inorganic materials, their structure, synthesis, characterization and applications in various fields
Introduction to inorganic materials, crystalline and amorphous states, bonding in solids, non-stoichiometric compounds, binary solid solutions, mechanical, electrical, magnetic, dielectric, optical, and chemical (corrosion) properties of advanced materials, synthesis (e.g., sol-gel, hydrothermal techniques, etc.) and design of inorganic materials and characterization, doping and purification of silicone, chemical vapour deposition and sputtering, introduction to nano materials.
- Estimation of anions in mixtures:
Chloride-phosphate, chloride-nitrate, oxalate-chloride, sulphate- phosphate, bromide-nitrate, borate-acetate, iodide-nitrate.
- Iodometric titration with potassium iodate.
. Gravimetric estimation of oxalate.
- Precipitation Titrations.
- a) Determination of strength of NaCl given solution by AgNO3 using
Fluorescein as indicator.
- b) Determination of % age purity of KBr using Fluoresceine as in
- c) Determination of % composition of mixture of KI & KNO3 using
Eoscein as indicator.
- Spectrophotometric determination of cerium.
- Separation of heavy metals using solvent extraction technique.