Practical Physical Chemistry
MRP : ₹ 541 ( Paper Back )
- Author Name : Dr. M. Satish Kumar
- ISBN : 978-93-88660-76-1
- No of Pages : 340
- Publisher : Sankalp Publication
- SKU Code : SP/19/0063
- Availablity : AVAILABLE
- Book Size : 6X9
- Publishing Date : 2019-01-01
Physical Chemistry deals with the relations between the physical properties of substances and their composition. The present book is intended to serve as a practical manual for undergraduate and post graduate students. I have attempted to assemble the list of experiments from my experience and also have drawn upon the experience of the students who have undergone these laboratory courses and felt the inadequacy of the existing syllabus. I am aware that I have not yet exhausted all the experiments that they wanted to place in this book but I had to make a selection keeping the size in consideration.This manual is largely structured around the standard experiments of physical chemistry. Detailed information on instrumentation, kinetics, experimental methods and data analysis has been covered. I will be happier to take all comments and incorporate them in the further editions.
Mukka Satish Kumar earned his bachelor’s degree (B. Sc) in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics in 2005 from Kakatiya University (Warangal, India), and his M. Sc. in Chemistry in 2007 from Osmania University (Hyderabad, India). He has been awarded MERIT CERTIFICATE by the Osmania University in 2007 as he stood first in Physical Chemistry Pool. Presently he is working as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Nizam College (Autonomous), a constituent College of Osmania University. He has completed Ph. D in Physical Organic Chemistry from Osmania University under the guidance of Prof. K. C. Rajanna. His doctoral work includes Electrophilic substitution reactions under Conventional and Non-Conventional conditions to explore organic synthesis under green chemical conditions. He is motivated by the challenge of applying green chemical methods to devise solutions to environmental pollution problems. His current focus is also on elucidating mechanisms of electrophilic substitution reactions using Chemical Kinetics as an important tool. Dr. Satish Kumar has published 30 papers in internationally reputed journals and few more are under active consideration.