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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-212

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 213 passivity and corrosion-Colloids and viscosity nature classification and preparation of colloidal solutions relative stability coagulation electrical properties of colloidal systems viscosity plasticity and gelatinisation emulsions-Water purification Principles oi Organic Chemistry General principles of organic chemistry-Preparation and properties of the simpler aliphatic compounds-Oils fats and soaps-Cellulose and its derivatives-Coal-tar products-Chemistry of benzene and its homologues-Chief classes of dyestuffs intermediates and other products of technical importance-Preparation of chemical materials illustrating the application of processes selected from the following crystallisation sulphonation nitration reduction diazotisation acetylation saponification etc -FOR ALT STUDENTS Metallurgy including Metallurgical Laboratory Chief mechanical properties of metals and alloys-General metallurgy of the important industrial metals with special reference to iron and steel-Detailed study of selected alloys including plain carbon steels alloy steels brasses bronzes aluminium alloys and bearing metals Fuel Technology course of lectures embracing study of the classification pre- paration properties and applications of gaseous solid and liquid fuels Materials oi Construction The mechanism of corrosion The uses of metallic and non-metallic materials of construction Chemical Engineering Operations and Processes The principles governing the design layout and operation of com- mon types of chemical plant are considered Examples in the design of typical units of plant are given involving application of the principles dealt with in the other parts of the course and including the preparation of quantitative flow sheets of materials and energy Conveyance and storage of materials-Size reduction-Mechanical and electrical separation processes-Filtration-Leaching-Vaporis- ation processes-Evaporation drying and distillation-Crystallisation -Vapour and gas absorption processes-Catalytic processes-High pressure reactions-Nitration sulphonation reduction etc prepar- ation of acid mixtures spent acid treatment Chemical Engineering Laboratory -In the laboratory opportunity is given for students to show initiative and originality of thought To this end pairs of students are given small scale practical research problem involving the design construction and operation of apparatus report must be submitted before the end of the session
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