Courses: 4th Year 1st Sem., B. Sc. Industrial Chemistry
CHM441: Environmental Chemistry(2 credit units)
Concepts of elementary cycles; The Hydrosphere – physical and chemical properties of water; Distribution of chemical species and chemical equilibria in aquatic systems, humic substances; Heavy metals in surface water; Water pollution and waste water treatment chemistry; The terrestrial environment; Composition of domestic, municipal and industrial wastes; Effect of radioactivity on the environment; Principles of environmental analysis and pollution control; Point source and non-point source pollution; Common environmental pollutants; Modern agricultural practice and media quality; Chemical and physical instrumentation in environmental sciences; Fate processes of agrochemicals and industrial effluents in environmental media; Ecotoxicology.
CHM451: Applied Spectroscopy(2 credit units)
Quantum theory of rotation and vibration; Principles and applications of Microwave, IR, Raman, UV- visible, Mass and NMR spectroscopy to the determination and elucidation of structures of organic compounds; General introduction to electron spin resonance; Mossbauer effect; Nuclear quadruple resonance and other modern techniques.
CHM431: Seminar(1 credit units)
ICH411: Mineral Processing(2 credit units)
ICH431: Textile Chemistry and Technology(2 credit units)
Origin of petroleum; Petroleum in the contemporary energy scene; Chemistry, composition and Classification crude petroleum and natural gas; Distribution of petroleum and natural gas resources; Survey materials; Petroleum refining processes: fractional distillation, fluid catalytic cracking and reforming processes, thermal cracking and reforming; Petrochemicals as industrial raw materials; Monomers and chemical intermediates: phenol, formaldehyde, hexamethylenediamine, phthalic anhydride, vinyl chloride, vinyl acetate, styrene, olefins, adipic acids, alkyl benzenes; Plasticizers, binders, fillers of organic origin.
ICH451: Petroleum Chemistry & Petrochemical Technology(2 credit units)
Chemical reactor theory; Main types of reactors and their fields of applications; Introduction to reactor design: single ideal reactors, design for single reactors and multiple reactors; Temperature and pressure effects; Introduction to design of heterogeneous reactors; Fluidized bed reactors; Comparison and selection of reactors; Diffussion in solids; Interphase mass transfer; Scale up methods; Industrial electrochemistry; Manufacture of some heavy inorganic chemicals; Technology of Sulphuric acid; Nitrogen fixation; Inorganic fertilizers; Cement; Glass; Ceramics and binding materials; Snthesis gas; Oxoprocesses; Water gas; Industrial processes and their flow diagrams; Organic materials; Industrial processes involved in oils and fats; Soaps and detergents; Sugar, Paints; Vanishes; Plastics; Wood, pulp and paper.
BSM211: Elements of Marketing(2 credit units)
Introduction: Marketing definition, concept, Evolution, Role and Importance, The Marketing System. The Marketing Analysis: Marketing Environment, Buyer Behaviour, Market Segmentation; Market Measurement and Forecasting; Marketing Research. The Marketing Mix: The Product Concept, Development and Life Cycle; Product Classification and Marketing Strategies, Pricing, Management of the Channels of Distribution. Promotion: Advertising, Personal Selling, Public Relations and Sales Promotion, Marketing of Professional Services. Appraising the Marketing Effort.
CHM471: Advanced Organic Reaction Mechanisms(2 credit units)
CHM411: Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry(2 credit units)
Natural radioactivity; Nuclear fusion, fission and decay processes; Nature of radiation. Nuclear models, energetics of nuclear reactions; Purification of isotopes; Principles of radiation and radioisotopes detection and measurement; Applications of radioactivity; Radiation hazards
CHM421: Physical Organic Chemistry(2 credit units)
Aromaticity and Huckel (4n+2) rule; Concept of resonance; Factors affecting reactivity of organic compounds in substitution and elimination reactions; Determination of organic reaction mechanisms; Neighbouring group effects; Hammett plots; Isotope effects; Acid and base catalysis; Reaction intermediates; Molecular orbital calculations and applications and a few special topics in physical organic chemistry.
CHM461: Agrochemicals(2 credit units)
Types and chemistry of agrochemicals; Synthesis and production of selected agrochemicals; Local sourcing of agrochemicals and their residual effects on the environment; Natural agrochemicals.
CHM481: Heterocyclic Chemistry(2 credit units)
Introduction to heterocyclic chemistry; Three membered rings with one heteroatom (epoxides, azirididne, episulfides); Four- membered rings with one heteroatom (oxetanes, b-lactams); Aromatic heterocyclic compounds (furans, pyrroles and thiophenes); The synthetic and mechanistic aspects of fused heterocyclic systems - particularly quinolines, isoquinolines, benzothiophenes, indoles, benzopyrrilium salts, coumarins and chromones. Application of heterocyclic systems in drug synthesis.
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