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List of Students Selected for Project work in NIUS Chemistry Batch XIII (2016-2018) new-image


The INMO 2017 results will be announced on February 28, 2017 new-image

 

The APMO 2017 will be held on March 14, 2017. The IMOTC 2017 senior batch students and the INMO 2017 awardees are eligible to write APMO 2017. The regional centres are the venues of the examination new-image


Positions Open: Project Assistant (2) and Project Work Assistant (1) new-image

 

We have sent the INMO 2017 result by speed post on Friday 27 Jan 2017.new-image

 

Positions Open: Project Assistant (2) and Project Scientific Officer -B (1) new-image

 

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NIUS (Physics) Programme 2017 - 2018 new-image


Notice: 'Summer Course in Experimental Physics (SCEP) 2017' new-image


Ph.D. Programme in Science Education 2017 new-image


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Chemistry Education


Instructor: Savita Ladage

Contents: (emphasis on general chemistry)

Periodic Table

History

Modern periodic table

Chemical and physical properties and their trends 5 sessions

Mole concept 2 sessions

Stiochiometry 2 sessions

Chemical Equilibrium

Acid Base and redox equilibrium 6 sessions

Chemistry education

Research in chemistry education (overview) 20 sessions

Introduction to constructive philosophy

Research related to misconceptions in chemistry

Research related to problem solving

Research related to learning in laboratory

Research related to technology and chemistry education

(Role of affective factors)

Contribution of chemical education research and Current scenario

(Papers from Journal of Chemical Education and Chemical Education Research and Practices are used for the chemistry education.)

 

(The sessions and the pre-post conference workshops at the chemistry education conference presented an excellent exposure to some areas and issues related to chemistry education.)

 

Reference books for general chemistry

General Chemistry, Darrell Ebbing, Houghton Mifflin, 3rd Edn, 1990

Chemistry, Raymond Chang, McGraw Hill Company Ltd, 5th Edn, 1994

General Chemistry, principles and modern applications, Ralph Petrucci, Prentice Hall 1998

General Chemistry, principles and structures, James Brady, John Wiley and sons, 5th Edn, 1990

Advanced Chemistry, Physical and Industrial, pHilips Mathews, Cambridge University Presss, 1st Edn, 2003


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