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M.Sc (Chemistry)

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M.Sc (Chemistry)

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About The Course

M.Sc. Chemistry Stands for Master of Science in Chemistry. M.sc in Chemistry is a 2-year PG course that Focuses on advanced Studies in the Field of Chemistry.

What Will You Learn?

SEMESTER –I

THEORY

• Group Theory and Chemistry of Metal Complexes

• Concepts in Organic Chemistry

• Quantum Chemistry, Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics-1

• Theory and Applications of Spectroscopy-1

PRACTICAL

• Lab Course -I

• Lab Course - II

SEMESTER –II

THEORY

• Transition Metal Complexes

• Reaction Mechanisms

• Quantum Chemistry, Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics –II

• Theory and Applications of Spectroscopy –II

PRACTICAL

• Lab Course -III

• Lab Course – IV

SEMESTER –III

THEORY

• Resonance Spectroscopy, Photochemistry and Organ catalysis

• Chemistry of Biomolecules

• Catalysis, Solid State and Surface Chemistry

• Analytical Techniques and Data Analysis

PRACTICAL

• Lab Course -V

• Lab Course – VI

SEMESTER –IV

THEORY

• Instrumental Methods Analysis

• Natural Products and Medicinal Chemistry

• Material and Nuclear Chemistry

Course Curriculam

SEMESTER I – THEORY – Group Theory and Chemistry of Metal Complexes

SEMESTER I – THEORY – Concepts in Organic Chemistry

SEMESTER I – THEORY – Quantum Chemistry, Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics-1

SEMESTER I – THEORY – Theory and Applications of Spectroscopy-1

SEMESTER I – PRACTICAL – Lab Course I

SEMESTER I – PRACTICAL – Lab Course II

SEMESTER II – THEORY – Transition Metal Complexes

SEMESTER II – THEORY – Reaction Mechanisms

SEMESTER II – THEORY – Quantum Chemistry, Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics II

SEMESTER II – THEORY – Theory and Applications of Spectroscopy II

SEMESTER II – PRACTICAL – Lab Course III

SEMESTER II – PRACTICAL – Lab Course IV

SEMESTER III – THEORY – Resonance Spectroscopy, Photochemistry and Organ catalysis

SEMESTER III – THEORY – Chemistry of Biomolecules

SEMESTER III – THEORY – Catalysis, Solid State and Surface Chemistry

SEMESTER III – THEORY – Analytical Techniques and Data Analysis

SEMESTER III – PRACTICAL – Lab Course V

SEMESTER III – PRACTICAL – Lab Course VI

SEMESTER IV – THEORY – Instrumental Methods Analysis

SEMESTER IV – THEORY – Natural Products and Medicinal Chemistry

SEMESTER IV – THEORY – Material and Nuclear Chemistry

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