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Chemistry Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Chemistry, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

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Agricultural Chemistry Fundamentals of Soil Science

The contents of these notes include : Soils – an Introduction, Soil Forming Rocks and Minerals, Weathering and the Soil Formation, Soil Profile, Soil Taxonomy and Soil Classification, Soils of India and Gujarat, Physical Properties of Soil, Soil Water, Soil Air and Soil Temperature, Soil Colloids, Soil Reaction, Soil Organic Matter, Soil Organisms.

s105 Pages

Manures, Fertilizers and Agricultural Chemicals

The contents of these notes include : Introduction, Bulky organic manures, Losses of nutrients from FYM during collection and storage, Losses of nutrients from FYM during collection and storage, Methods of preparation of rural and urban compost, Green manures, Definitions of Penning, Sewage, Sullage, Sludge and Poudrette, Concentrated organic manures, Biogas plant, Commercial fertilizers, Manufacturing process and properties of major nitrogenous fertilizers, Phosphatic fertilizers, Potassic fertilizers, Complex fertilizers, Preparation and properties of Ammonium sulphate nitrate, Mixed fertilizers and amendments, Secondary and micronutrient fertilizers, Fertilizer Control Order, etc.

s142 Pages

Organic agricultural chemistry; a textbook of general agricultural chemistry or elementary bio chemistry for use in colleges, by Joseph Scudder Chamberlain

Agricultural chemistry is a subject presenting two quite distinct lines of study. The study of soils and fertilizers, including the relation of the plant to its soil food, is almost wholly inorganic and physical. On the other hand, the study of plants and animals as living organisms is as distinctly organic and physiological, embracing the greater part of what is termed Biochemistry. This has led the author to prepare one part of a textbook of General Agricultural Chemistry with this distinction in view, and to designate it as Organic Agricultural Chemistry The Chemistry of Plants and Animals.

s324 Pages

Elements of Agricultural Chemistry

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sNA Pages

Analytical chemistry nou

Analytical chemistry is a specialised aspect of chemistry that deals with both qualitative analysis, investigating what are the constituent of a given sample and quantitative analysis, investigation how much of constituents are in the sample. The units in this notes are as follows : Fundamentals of Pre Analyses, Theory of Errors, Statistical Treatment of Data, Theory of Sampling, Basic Concept of Titrmetric Analysis, General Principles of Volumetric Analyses, Acid-base Titration, Oxidation Reduction Titration, Complexometric and Precipitation Titrations, Selected Analytical Techniques, Physicochemical Analysis, Gravimetric Analysis.

s95 Pages

Analytical Chemistry 2.1 Solutions Manual

This note covers the following topics: CIntroduction to Analytical Chemistry, Basic Tools of Analytical Chemistry, The Vocabulary of Analytical Chemistry, Evaluating Analytical Data, Standardizing Analytical Methods, Equilibrium Chemistry, Collecting and Preparing Samples, Gravimetric Methods, Titrimetric Methods, Spectroscopic Measurements.

s250 Pages

Chemistry Study Material GCET

The modules explained in this lecture notes are as follows : Atomic And Molecular Structure, Spectroscopic Techniques And Applications, Electrochemistry, Water Analysis, Polymers.

s145 Pages

Engineering Chemistry TN

The modules explained in this lecture notes are as follows : Atomic Structure, Molecular Mass, Acids and Bases, Solutions, Colloids, Nano-particles, Technology of Water, Catalysis, Glass, Electrochemistry, Electrochemical Cell, Energy Sources, Corrosion, Methods of Prevention of Corrosion, Organic Coatings.

s272 Pages

General Education for Biochemistry I and II

The field of biochemistry encompasses a large and diverse field of inquiry. It interfaces both chemistry and biology, as well as psychology, physics, mathematics, astronomy, bioinformatics, and of course, medicine. Yet, it's a stand-alone discipline. The contents of these lectures include : What is Biochemistry?, Themes Throughout the Course, Molecular Components of Life, Thermodynamics Review, Water, Proteins, Enzymes, Nucleic Acids, Lipids and Membranes, Carbohydrates, Vitamins and Coenzymes II and Metabolism.

sNA Pages

Study Material for the Course Biochemistry

Biochemistry, as the name implies, is the chemistry of living organisms. It has its origin in chemistry and biology. It tries to explain life processes at molecular level. The topics covered in this notes are : Introduction, History of Biochemistry, Plant Cell and organelles, Proteins, Enzymes, Fatty acids, Isomerism, Nucleic acids, Lipids, etc.

s106 Pages

Inorganic Chemistry for MSc Students

This note explains the following topics: Stereochemistry and Bonding, Metal pi-Complexes and Metal Clusters, Phosphorus-nitrogen And Sulfur-nitrogen Compounds , Organometallic Compounds Of Alkali And Alkaline Earth Metals, Metal Clusters.

s204 Pages

Inorganic Chemistry Course Note

This note covers the following topics: Elements- Periodic Table arrangement, Physical Properties, Nature of Atoms and Electrons, Bohr’s Postulates of Electrons, Electromagnetic Radiation, : Molecular Orbital Theory: Names and Structure of Simple Covalent Compounds, Bond Theories, Acids and Bases, Inorganic Chemicals: Application in Chemistry, Agriculture, Medicine and Industry, Redox Potential and Application, Complex ion Formation.

s60 Pages

Laboratory Course UOU

This course is designed to ensure that all the students regardless of their educational backgrounds are competent in necessary laboratory skills. These skills include but are not limited to the use of an analytical balance, volumetric glassware, various pipettes, performing titrimetric and spectrophotometric determinations and learning the proper use and calibration of microscopes and centrifuges. The content of this pdf are : Inorganic Chemistry Lab, Introduction Lab Techniques: Inorganic Chemistry, Identification of Anions, Identification of Cations, Organic Chemistry Lab, Introduction Lab Techniques: Organic Chemistry, Separation Techniques, Qualitative Analysis, Physical Chemistry Lab, Introduction Lab Techniques: Physical Chemistry, Determination of Surface Tension, Determination of Viscosity, Ph Measurement, Thermochemistry.

s126 Pages

Prudent Practices in the Laboratory

This book covers the following topics: Culture of Laboratory Safety, Environmental Health and Safety Management System, Emergency Planning, Evaluating Hazards and Assessing Risks in the Laboratory, Management of Chemicals.

sNA Pages

Surface Chemistry and Nuclear Chemistry

The pdf notes cover the following topics : Phase Rule and Catalysis, Kinetics of Catalytic Reactions, Adsorption, Micelles, Nuclear Chemistry.

s119 Pages

Nuclear and Radiochemistry nou

Nuclear and Radiochemistry is specialised branch of chemistry that helps to shape the orientation of chemist and analyst to be able to qualitatively and quantitatively analyse radiation from radioactive samples.The study units in this course are as follow : Natural Radioactivity, Radioactive Decay Processes and Nature of Radioactivity, Nuclear Models, Energetic of Nuclear Radiation, Principle and Measurement of Radioactivity, Application of Radioactivity, Radiation Hazards.

s61 Pages

Organic Chemistry Karbala

This presentation covers topics as follows : Chemistry of living things, What is Organic Chemistry, Organic Molecules Make up, Aspects of Organic Molecules, Carbon Atoms form organic molecule, What makes Carbon so special, Types of Carbon bonds, Types of Carbon Backbone, Chain Isomerism, Positional Isomers, Functional Group Isomers.

s104 Pages

Organic Chemistry 1

The units covered in this notes are : Kinetics and Energetics of Reactions; Hydrocarbons, Multiple Bonds; Aromatic Compounds; Chemistry of C-Halogens Bond; Chemistry of Hydroxyl group; Ethers, Thiols and Thioethers.

s65 Pages

Physical Chemistry II Lecture notes M. Kuno

The units covered in this notes are as follows : Preface, Revision history, Introduction, Relevant Reading in McQuarrie, Summary of common equations, Summary of common symbols, Units, Math interlude, First law of thermodynamics, Heat capacities, internal energy and enthalpy, Thermochemistry, Free energy (Helmholtz and Gibbs), The fundamental equations of thermodynamics, Application of Free Energy to Phase Transitions, Mixtures, Equilibrium, Recap, Kinetics.

s313 Pages

Physical Chemistry By Shimna K

This note provides the students a thorough knowledge about different terminologies in thermodynamics and the continuity between different states of matter. It will explain impart an idea behind basic principles of electrochemistry.

s53 Pages

Polymer Chemistry Notes by VSSUT

This note covers the following topics: Classification of polymers, Comparison between Thermoplastics and Thermosetting Polymer, Natural and Synthetic polymers, Organic Polymers, InOrganic Polymers,Cis-trans Isomerism in Polymer, Glass Transition temperature and plasticizers, Crystallinity Of Polymer, Step Polymerisation Orstep Growth Polymerisation Or  Polycondensation, Kinetics Of polymerization Without Strong Catalyst, Molecular Weight Control Of Linear Polymerisation.

s78 Pages

Polymer Chemistry by Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology

This note explains the following topics: Mechanism Of Polymerization, Techniques Of Polymerization And Polymer Degradation, Industrial Polymers, Introduction To Polymer Processing,  Classification of polymers, Bonding in polymers, Chain growth polymerization.

s58 Pages

Chemistry Laboratory Manual by CSOS

This chemistry laboratory manual contains details on 17 different experiments and basic laboratory techniques.

s159 Pages

General Chemistry Laboratory Manual by Franklin and Marshall College

This lab manual contents are as follows : Laboratory Experiments and Reports, Guidelines for Carrying Out Experiments, Guidelines for Laboratory Reports, Volumetric Analysis, Qualitative Analysis Techniques, Filtering, Precipitate, Instrumentation Procedures , Measurement, Equipment or Glassware, Writing Style, Periodic Table of the Elements.

s60 Pages

Mass Spectrometry IMM

In mass spectrometry, one generates ions from a sample to be analyzed. These ions are then separated and quantitatively detected. The units covered in this notes are as follows : Introduction, Charge Location and Fragmentation, Ion Separation, Ionization and Desorption, Biomolecules, Literature, Sources.

s65 Pages

Mass Spectrometry by Prof. Peter B. OConnor

The major focus of the note is understanding mass spectra, so the majority of the problem sets will involve interpretation of mass spectra of unknowns. Topics covered includes: Interpretation of Electron Impact, Ion sources, Mass Analyzers, MS/MS and fragmentation methods, Mass Spectrometry in the Real World, Protein complexes and ydrogen and Deuterium Exchange, Imaging Mass Spectrometry, 2D FTICR mass spectrometry.

sNA Pages

Supramolecular Chemistry bbau

The presentation has the topics as follows : What is supramolecular chemistry, Development, history, Crown Ethers– The First Class of Artificial Host, Molecular Interactions in Molecular Recognition, Supramolecular Interaction, Selectivity, Complementarity, Cooperativity and Chelate effect, Preorganization, Cryptand, Cyclodextrin, Biomimetics, Cyclophane, Calixarenes, Carcerand.

s109 Pages

Supramolecular Chemistry of Nanomaterials (PDF 36P)

This note covers the following topics: self assembly, Nano capsules for delivery and reaction, supramolecular switches, Molecular machines, self assembly in surfaces and supramolecular chemistry of polymeric materials.

s36 Pages