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CHEM-1101
States of Matter and Equilibrium
3  Credit
Section-A    
  1. States of Matter: States of matter, solid liquid and gaseous state, liquid crystal plasma state, state variables, standard state and reference state, transition between different state, physical principles involved in physical and chemical changes.
  2. Ideal and Real Gas Law: Perfect & real gases, ideal and real gas laws, combined gas law, equation of state, Dalton’s law of partial pressure, perfect gas equation, units and significance of R, Boltzmann constant, Van der Waal’s equation, compression factor.
  3. Kinetic Theory of Gases: Kinetic theory of gases, collision diameter, mean free path, average and RMS velocity, collision frequency, Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution of molecular velocity.
  4. Liquefactions of Gas: Avogadro’s theory, diffusion and effusion of gases, Graham’s law, thermal conductivity of gases, principles of liquefaction, Andrew’s experiment & critical phenomena.
  Section-B   
  1. Intermolecular Forces in Liquid: Dipole-dipole forces, London dispersion forces, Van der Waal’s forces, in-dipole forces, hydrogen bonding, properties of liquid, surface tension, adhesive & cohesive forces, viscosity, relative viscosity measurement, viscosity co-efficient, temperature dependence of viscosity.
  2. Basic Concept of Liquid: Vapor pressure of liquid, measurement of vapor pressure & its variation with temperature, kinetic theory of vapor pressure, boiling point of liquid, Trouton’s rule.
  3. System in Equilibrium: Introduction of equilibrium, types of equilibrium, physical and chemical equilibrium, equilibria in ionic solution, acid-base equilibria, homogeneous & heterogeneous system.
  4. Chemical Equilibrium: Laws of mass action, equilibrium constant, properties of equilibrium constant, criteria of chemical equilibrium, Le-Chatelier principle, effect of concentration, temperature, pressure & catalyst on equilibrium constant, application of Le-Chatelier principle.
  References:
  1. Physical Chemistry: Keith J. Laidler, John H. Meiser, 1st edition (reprint), CBS Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 2006.
  2. Physical Chemistry: N. Kundu, S.K. Jain, 1st edition (reprint), S. Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 1996.
  3. Text Book of Physical Chemistry: Samuel Glasstone, 2nd edition (reprint), The Macmillan Press Ltd., London, 1972.
  4. Chemistry: Raymond Chang, 8th edition, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. New York, 2005.
  5. Atkins’ Physical Chemistry: Peter Atkins’, Julio De Paula: 8th edition, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2009.
  6. Physical Chemistry: Gordon M Barrow, 5th edition, Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2009.
  7. Essentials of Physical Chemistry: A. Bahl, B.S. Bahl and G.d. Tuli, 1st edition (reprint), S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi, 2011.
  8. Principles of Physical Chemistry: M.M. Huque, M.Y. Ali Mollah, 2nd edition, (revised edition), Brothers Publications, Dhaka-1205, 2009.
     
CHEM-1102
Physical Chemistry Sessional-I
2  Credit
  1. Measurement of density of solution at different molar concentration and at different temperature and determine the density of unknown solution from calibration curve.
  2. Determination of relative viscosity coefficient.
  3. Determination of molecular radius of polymer from viscosity measurement.
  4. Determination of the cross section area of a surface active molecule by surface tension measurements.
  5. Determination of equilibrium constant of following reaction:  I2 (aq)+I- (aq)  ⇔ I3 (aq)
References:
  1. Practical Physical Chemistry: B. Viswanathan, P.S. Raghavan, 1st edition (reprint), Viva Books Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2009.
  2. Experimental Physical Chemistry: V.D. Athawale, Paul Mathur, 1st edition, New Age International Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2001.
 
CHEM-1103
Periodic Table and Chemical bonding
3  Credit
Section-A 
  1. Introduction: The fundamental laws of Chemistry, the nature and composition of matter, the atomic theory.
  2. Structure of the Atom:   Atomic structure, Rutherford’s atom model, fundamental particles of atom, atomic spectra and electronic structure, Bohr’s model of the atom, origin of hydrogen spectrum, quantum numbers, Bohr-Sommerfield model.
  3. Wave Mechanical approach of Atomic Structure: Wave nature of electron, the Schrodinger wave equation, the nature of atomic orbital: Heisenberg Uncertainty principle, Pauli exclusion principle, Hund’s rule, Aufbau principle, electronic configuration of atoms.
  4. Periodic Table and Periodic properties: Periodic law, classification of the elements in the periodic table, variation of properties within periods and groups: atomic sizes, ionization energy, electron affinity, electro negativity etc.
  Section-B
  1. Introduction to Bonding: Overview definition of bond, types of bond, transition between main types of bonding, comparison among intra-molecular forces.
  2. Ionic Bonding: General properties of ionic bond, structure of ionic compounds, ionic radii, radius ratio rules, lattice energy and Born-Haber cycle, application of lattice energies, stability of solids, Fazan’s rule, covalent character of ionic bond and polarization effects.
  3. Covalent Bonding: Introduction of covalent bond, Lewis and Sedgwick-Powel theory,   valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory, hybridization, resonance concept , bond polarity and dipole moment.
  4. Metallic Bonding: Favorable condition of metallic bond, general properties of metals, theories of bonding in metals: free electron theories, valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory, conductors, insulators, semiconductor and superconductivity, alloys.
  References: 
  1. Basic Inorgaic Chemistry: F. Albert Cotton, Geoffery Wilkinson, Paul L. Gaus, 3rd edition, Wiley India Pvt Ltd., 2009.
  2. Concise of Inorganic Chemistry: J.D.Lee, 5th edition, Wiley India Pvt Ltd., 1996.
  3. Modern Inorganic Chemistry: R.D. Madan, 1st edition (reprint), S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi, 2000.
  4. Introduction to Modern Inorganic Chemistry: S.Z. Haider, 3rd edition, Edexcel Publishers, 2008.
  5. Chemistry: Raymond Chang, 8th edition, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. New York, 2005.
CHEM-1104
Qualitative Inorganic Analysis Sessional-I
2  Credit
1. Introducing some common apparatus and reagents:

a) Use of balance b) Use of graduated glassware   c) Water for laboratory use d) Reagents and standard solution.

2. Some basic techniques:

a) Preparation of the substance for analysis and weighing the sample.

b) Preparation of the solution of the sample.

3. Systematic qualitative analysis of inorganic substances

a) Physical appearance

b) Preliminary dry test

4. Removal of interfering acids for systematic examination of bases in solution 5. Analysis of insoluble substances     References: 
  1. Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: G. Svehla, 6th edition, Longman Scientific& Technical, New York, 1991.
  2. Vogel’s Quantitative Chemical Analysis: G.H. Jeffery, J. Bassett, J. Mendham & R.C Denney, 6th edition, Longman Scientific& Technical, New York, 2001.
  3. Bislashonio & Baboharik Rashayon: S.K. Hasari, K.N. Das & B.K. Dey, 5th edition, Persivel Hill, Chittagong (Bangla Version), 2001.
PHY-1105
Mechanics and Waves
3  Credit
Section-A
  1. Vector Analysis: Definition, vector and scalar quantities; vector addition and subtraction; vector and dot product of two vectors; triple products, derivatives of vector, gradient, divergence and curl of a vector.
  2. Conservation of Energy and Linear Momentum: Conservative and non-conservative forces and systems; conservation of energy and momentum, center of mass, collision problem.
  3. Rotational Motion: Rotational quantities as vectors, rotational variables, torque and angular momentum, moment of inertia, parallel axis and perpendicular axis theorem, combined translational and rotational motion of rigid body.
  4. Gravitation: Gravitational field and gravitational potential energy; determination of gravitational constant and acceleration due to gravity; gravitational attraction of sphere, escape velocity, compound and Kater’s pendulum, motion of planet and satellites.
  5. Elasticity: Moduli of elasticity, Poison’s ratios, relation between elastic constants and their determination, Cantilever, flat spiral spring.
Section – B
  1. Surface Tension: Molecular theory, surface tension and surface energy, adhesive and cohesive forces, pressure inside a soap bubble, contact angle.
  2. Fluid Dynamics: Viscosity and coefficient of viscosity, Posseule’s equation, determination of the coefficient of viscosity of liquid by Stock’s method; Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications; Torricelli’s theorem, venturimeter.
  3. Oscillatory Motions: Hook’s law; simple harmonic motion, Lassajous figures; combination of harmonic motions; damped harmonic motion; forced oscillation and resonance.
  4. Waves in Elastic Media: Physical description of a wave, types of waves, traveling waves, equation of a traveling wave; speed of propagation of waves in a stretched string; transmission of energy of a traveling wave; superposition principle; group and phase velocity.
  5. Sound Waves: Audible, ultrasonic and infrasonic waves; propagation and speed of longitudinal waves; vibrating systems; source of sound, beats, doppler effect; acoustics; Sabine formula.
  References: 
  1. Physics: Halliday, Resnick, Krane, V-II, 5th edition, John Wiley & Sons inc., New York, 2003.
  2. B.Sc. Physics: C.L. Arora: V-II, 1st edition, S. Chand & Company Ltd., Ram Nagar, New Delhi, 1998.
  3. Vector Analysis: Murray R. Spigel, Seymour Lipschutz, Dennis Sphellman, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt Ltd., 2009.
  4. Elements of Properties of Matter: D.S. Mathur, 1st edition (reprint), S. Chand & Company Ltd., 2008.
PHY-1106
Physics Sessional – I
2  Credit
  1. Determination of the Young’s modulus & rigidity modulus of a short wire by Searle’s dynamic method.
  2. Determination of the moment of inertia of a fly wheel about its axis of rotation.
  3. Determination of the value of ‘g’, acceleration due to gravity, by means of a compound pendulum.
  4. Determination of the surface tension of water by capillary tube method.
  5. Determination of the co-efficient of viscosity of a liquid by its flow through a capillary tube.
  References:
  1. Physics Practical: Giasuddin and Shahabuddin, 4th edition, Hafiz Book Centre, Dhaka-1205, 2000.
  2. Practical Physics: R.K. Shukla, Anchal Srivastava, 1st edition (reprint), New Age International Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2005.
  3. A Laboratory Manual in Physics: N.H. Black, 1st edition, Macmillan Co. Ltd., London, 2007.
CSE-1107
Computer Science and Information Technology
2  Credit
Section-A
  1. Computer and Information Technology: Basic concepts, how computer system works; types of modern digital computers.
  2. Introduction to Windows and MS-DOS: Microsoft word processing in detail.
  3. Microsoft office: Word; excel; power point; access; integrating.
  4. An overview idea of computer language and software.
Section-B
  1. Writing chemistry texts involving chemical formulae: Molecular structure drawing using chemwin 2D and 3D.
  2. 3D molecular model building software.
  3. Power point: New presentation; managing file; inserting graphics; delivering online presentation.
  4. Solving problems: With information systems; use of internet.
  References:
  1. Microsoft Office Word 2007-Complete concept and Techniques: G. B. Shelly,   T. J. Cashman, M.E. Vermaat, 1st edition, CENGAGE Learning, USA, 2009.
  2. Practical Microsoft Office 2010: J. J. Parsons, D. Oja, D. Mulder, 1st edition, CENGAGE Learning, USA, 2010.
  3. Step by Step Microsoft Office Professional 2010: Joyce Cox, John Lambert & Curtis Frye.
  4. Plan & Simple Microsoft Office -2010: Katherine Murray.
  5. Microsoft Office 97/2000: Mahbubur Rahman, Cistech Publication, 38/3 Bangla Bazar, Dhaka.
CSE-1108
Computer Language Sessional
2  Credit
Detail practice of word processing and spread sheet analysis using contemporary packages   References:
  1. Microsoft Office Word 2007-Complete concept and Techniques: G. B. Shelly,   T. J. Cashman, M.E. Vermaat, 1st edition, CENGAGE Learning, USA, 2009.
  2. Practical Microsoft Office 2010: J. J. Parsons, D. Oja, D. Mulder, 1st edition, CENGAGE Learning, USA, 2010.
  3. Step by Step Microsoft Office Professional 2010: Joyce Cox, John Lambert & Curtis Frye.
  4. Plan & Simple Microsoft Office -2010: Katherine Murray.
  5. Microsoft Office 97/2000: Mahbubur Rahman, Cistech Publication, 38/3 Bangla Bazar, Dhaka.
MATH-1109
Trigonometry and Differential Calculus.
2  Credit
Section-A
  1. Theory of Equation: Synthetic division, number of roots of polynominal equations; relations between roots and coefficients; multiplicity of roots; symmetric functions of roots.
  2. Descarte’s rule of signs: Upper and lower limit; transformation of equations; solution of cubic and biquadratic equations.
  3. Complex number system: Field of complex numbers; geometric representation; DeMoivere’s theorem and its applications.
  4. Gregory’s series: Summation of trigonometric series; hyperbolic functions.
  Section-B
  1. Functions: Domain, range, inverse functions and graphs of standard functions; limit, continuity and differentiability, basic theorems on derivatives, techniques of differentiation, higher order derivatives; Liebnitz’s theorem; partial differentiation; Euler’s theorem.
  2. Differential equation: Definition and classifications of differential equations; formation of differential equation; statement of existence and uniqueness theorem.
  3. Solutions of first order first-degree equations: Exact equation; homogeneous equation; application of the derivatives: maximum and minimum values, Taylor’s series, Maclaurins’ series, exponential and trigonometric series.
  4. Partial differentiation: Euler’s theorem; tangents and normals; maximum and minimum values of multivariate functions.
  References:
  1. Differential Calculus: B.C.Das & B.N. Mukherjee, 51st edition, U.N. Dhur & Sons Pvt Ltd, Kolkata, 2010.
  2. Higher Algebra: S.Barnard & J.M. Child: 1st edition (reprint-), S.G. Wasani for Macmillan India Ltd., 2002.
  3. A Text Book on Co-ordinate Geometry (Two and Three dimension) with Vector Analysis: Rahman & Bhattacharjee, 10th edition, Published by S. Bhattacharjee, Bangla bazaar, Dhaka-1100, 1998.
  4. A Text Book on Higher Algebra (Trigonometry & Theory of Numbers) Basic Algebra, Shahidullah & Bhattacharjee, 1st edition, (reprint), Published by H.L. Bhattacharjee, Chandanpura, Chittagong, 2000.
  5. Plane Trigonometry (Part-II, S.L. Loney, 1st edition, Published by A.I.T.B.S publishers & Distributors. 2006.
ENG-1111
Communicative English
3  Credit
Section-A
  1. Introduction to English and significance of its study.
  2. Clause-structure, function, variation and expansion: The noun in the clause, number, determiners; the pronoun in the clause: number, case, agreement and reference; the verb in the clause: form, tense, voice, mood, subject-verb agreement; the modifier in the clause: adjective, adverb, infinitive, participles; the conjunctions and prepositions to suggest different relationships: time, space, cause, result, purpose, condition, exception, etc.
  3. Remedial grammar: Identifying and correcting errors and weakness.
  4. Vocabulary: Clues to the meaning of a word; position in the clause, prefixes, suffixes, roots; synonym and antonym; revisiting and expanding vocabulary.
  Section-B
  1. Listening: Fluency; lexical resource; grammatical accuracy and correctness.
  2. Reading: Summary completion; matching headings to paragraphs; identifying the writer’s views; multiple choice; selecting factors; table completion; matching causes and effects; sentence completion; short answer questions.
  3. Speaking: How to ask questions, make requests and give instructions; how to respond to queries, invitation and statements; how to introduce and thank; express gratitude, regret or appreciation; how to communicate in particular everyday situations.
  4. Writing: Spelling, punctuation, indenting, brackets, abbreviation, numbers and fractions, capitalization, underlying, hyphenation etc; organization of writing of sentences in paragraphs in essays and letters; practical writing: personal and official correspondence, job application, CV and report writing.
  References:
  1. Advanced Grammar in Use: Martin Hewings, 3rd edition, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
  2. Practical English Usage: Michal Swan, 3rd edition, Oxford University Press, 2005.
  3. Writing: A College Hand Book: Janet Atwill, Janes A.W. Hefferman, John E. Linolin, 5th edition, W.W. Norton & Company Ltd., 2000.
  4. A Practical English Grammar: Audrey Thomson, Agnes Martinet, 4th edition, Oxford University Press, 1986.
 
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