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Engineering Chemistry- I

Engineering Chemistry- I

Published by uLektz

Course Code : ULZPT0002
Author : uLektz
University : General for All University
Regulation : 2015
Categories : Engineering Chemistry
Format : ico_bookePUB3 (DRM Protected)
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Description :Engineering Chemistry- I of ULZPT0002 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by General for All University for regulation 2015. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT I ATOMIC STRUCTURES, MOLECULAR MASS, ACIDS AND BASES

1.1 Atomic structure

1.2 Molecular Mass - Molecular Formula, Molecular Mass, Avogadro’s Hypothesis, Avogadro Number

1.3 Acids and Bases - Theories of Acids and Bases, Indicators, Buffer Solution

UNIT II SOLUTIONS, COLLOIDS, NANO PARTICLES

2.1 Solution - Methods of expressing concentration of solutions

2.2 Colloids - Types of Colloids, Property of colloids, Industrial Applications of Colloids

2.3 Nano-Particles - Application of nanoparticle technology

UNIT III TECHNOLOGY OF WATER CATALYSIS AND GLASS

3.1 Technology of water - Rain water Harvesting, Types of water, Estimation of Hardness of Water -EDTA Method, Hardness of Water = 20V mg /litre of CaCO3, Softening of Hard Water

3.2 Catalysis - Types of Catalyst, Catalytic Poisons, Applications of Catalyst

3.3 Glass -Annealing of Glass

UNIT IV ELECTROCHEMISTRY, ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL AND ENERGY RESOURCES

4.1 Electrochemistry - Electrolysis, Electroplating, Chrome plating, Electroless plating

4.2 Electrochemical cell - Single electrode potential, Electrochemical series, Electrolytic Concentration cell

4.3 Energy Resources - Secondary battery, Non-conventional Energy Sources

UNIT V CORROSION, METHODS OFPREVENTION OF CORROSION AND ORGANIC COATINGS

5.1 Corrosion - Types of Corrosion

5.2 Methods of prevention of corrosion - Inorganic Coating

5.3 Organic Coatings - Paints, Varnishes, Difference between paint and varnish

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