Inorganic Chemistryunder Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) Scheme of Delhi University for BSc (Hons and Programme) Courses is primarily a laboratory manual on inorganic chemistry, based upon the syllabi of Delhi University under choice-based credit system (CBCS) scheme, aimed to meet the requirements of undergraduate students, teachers, researchers, industrial chemists and laboratory staff. Each experiment is supplemented with detailed theory, illustrations, observation table with calculation and viva vove questions for practice. Topics like LABORATORY SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS and FIRST AID are also included. In addition, teachers’ notes to each experiment are given for reference to help the teachers, researchers, industrial chemists and laboratory staff.
Salient Features of the book
- Simple and lucid style of presentation
- Adheres to choice-based credit system (CBCS) scheme of Delhi University
- Core underlying concept of each experiment with theory, elaborate illustrations,
- observation table and calculation
- Viva voce questions on each experiment
- Experiment-related problems and their solutions
- Teachers’ notes
- Important points to remember
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Gulati, Shikha / Sharma, JL / Manocha, Shagun|
|Subject||BSc (Hons and Programme) Courses of Delhi University|
|About the Author||
Shikha Gulati is currently Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi. She joined Green Chemistry Network Centre (GCNC), Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi, in 2009 as a doctoral student. She has authored several research papers in international journals and wrtitten books as well as topics in diverse books. She has handled various instruments such as GC-MS, ED-XRF, IR, AAS, auto-titrator, UV–VIS spectrophotometer, microwave digester, etc. She has been awarded several prizes in poster and given oral presentations, and demonstrated chemistry experiments in several national and international workshops. She is affiliated to Royal Society of Chemistry (RCS), London, and Indian Society of Analytical Scientists (ISAS).
Shagun Manocha is currently Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi. She has been teaching for several years in prestigious colleges of Delhi University at undergraduate level. She actively takes part in conferences and workshops. She has been associated with ISAS