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IGNOU BCHCT-133 (July 2019 - June 2020) Assignment Questions

  1. a) Define and explain a thermodynamically reversible process.
    b) 0.25 mol of an ideal monoatomic gas undergoes isothermal expansion from a volume of 2.0 dm3 to 10 dm3 at 27 oC. Calculate the maximum work that can be obtained from this process.
  2. a) Define standard enthalpy of formation and describe a method for its direct determination with the help of an example.
    b) Differentiate between enthalpy driven and entropy driven reactions with the help of suitable examples.
  3. a) Give the statements of Zeroth, First, Second and the Third laws of thermodynamics and outline their significance.
    b) What is reaction quotient and how is it helpful in determining the direction of a given reaction?
  4. a) In the following equilibrium, predict the direction of shift of equilibrium for each condition listed below:

    i) Addition of H2
    ii) increased pressure
    iii) lowering of temperature.
    b) Define degree of ionisation of a weak electrolyte and discuss the factors affecting it.
  5. a) Explain the effect of common ions on the ionisation equilibria of weak acids with the help of a suitable example.
    b) Define solubility product constant and derive the relationships between solubility and solubility product constants for salts of AB2, A2B types.
  6. a) List various methods of preparation of benzene and also write one chemical reaction for each case.
    b) Write the mechanism of Friedel-Craft’s alkylation. What are its limitations?
  7. a) Explain why Nitro group is meta-directing deactivator?
    b) Which one of the following would undergo faster SN2 reaction? Explain
  8. a) In normal reaction conditions, chlorobenzene does not react with NaOH, but 1-chloro-4-nitrobenzene reacts with NaOH in these conditions. Explain.
    b) Write the chemical equation and mechanism of pinacol-pinacolone rearrangement.
  9. a) How will you perform following conversions?
    i) Phenol to p-bromophenol
    ii) 1,3-dihydroxyphenol to 1-(2,4-dihydroxyphenyl)ethanal
    b) How will you prepare tert-butylmethyl ether?
  10. a) Arrange the following carbonyl compounds in the order of their favourability for formation of nitriles:

    Justify your answer.
    b) Taking suitable example write the mechanism of Mannich reaction.

BCHCT-133 Assignment Details

  • University IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University)
  • Title Chemical Energetics, Equilibria and Functional Group Organic Chemistry-I
  • Language(s) English
  • Session July 2019 - June 2020
  • Code BCHCT-133
  • Subject Chemistry
  • Degree(s) BSCG, BSC (Honours)
  • Course Core Courses (CC)
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  • 15th July 2021 (if Enrolled in the July 2020 Session)
  • 30th Sept. 2021 (if Enrolled in the January 2021 Session).

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