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Engineering Chemistry

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To enable the students to acquire knowledge in the concepts of chemistry for engineering applications and to familiarize the students with different application oriented topics like spectroscopy, electrochemistry, instrumental methods etc. Also familiarize the students with topics like mechanism of corrosion, corrosion prevention methods, SEM, stereochemistry, polymers, desalination etc., which enable them to develop abilities and skills that are relevant to the study and practice of chemistry.

This is for btech students


Concepts of chemistry introduced at the plus two levels in schools

Course Staff

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Dr. Sona Narayanan completed her M.Sc in Chemistry from School of Chemical Sciences, MG University, Kottayam in 2006, and did her M.Phil from Annamalai University. She completed her PhD from CUSAT. She is also having two years of Post Doctoral Experience in Solar Cells. She has presented several papers in many national/international conferences and won many awards. She has guided many B.Tech and M.Sc projects. She has been working in the department of Science and Humanities as Assistant Professor in Chemistry since October, 2017.

Area Of Interest:Polymer Synthesis, Solar cells

Course Outcome

After the completion of the course the students will be able to

CO1 Apply the basic concepts of electrochemistry and corrosion to explore its possible applications in various engineering fields.
CO2 Understand various spectroscopic techniques like UV-Visible, IR, NMR and its applications.
CO3 Apply the knowledge of analytical method for characterizing a chemical mixture or a compound. Understand the basic concept of SEM for surface characterisation of nanomaterials.
CO4 Apply the knowledge of conducting polymers and advanced polymers in engineering. Learn about the basics of stereochemistry and its application.
CO5 Study various types of water treatment methods to develop skills for treating wastewater.

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