University of Medical Technology,Mandalay

Chemistry Curriculum


Course outline

1.         Inorganic Chemistry

Atomic structure, Theory of Quantum Mechanics and  Atomic Orbital,Wave nature of electron and  atomic orbitals, Chemical  bonds, Hybrid  orbitals and  Hybridization,Bond polarity and electronegativity, polar and non-polar compounds,Weak electrostatic bond, Life essential elements.

 

2.         Physical  Chemistry

            Gaseous state, Nature of the gases, Gas Laws, Ideal gas and its behaviour,thekinetic

molecular theory of ideal gas,  Deviation from ideal gases, Vander Waal's Eqation, Solutions,

Solubilities of gases in water, Solubility of  gases  in Solutions,  Exprssion  of  concentration.

Colligative  properties of dilute solutions, Abnormal colligative properties of dilute solutions,

Isotonic solution,Hypotonic solution, Acid-Base Theory, Acid Base equilibrium,Bronsted and

Lowery theory, Ionization of water, Buffer solution, Blood buffer system, Elementary

Thermodynamics,Introduction to first law of Thermodynamics, Work  of  the  pressure  and

volume type, Reversible changes and maximum work, Heat changes at  constant pressure                            and  volume, Heatcapacity of    gases ,Adiabatic  changes  of  a  perfect gas. Second law of thermodynamic .Chemical kinetics ,the rate of reaction,thereactionrate law,orderofreaction.Colloidal state, difference between truesolution,colloidal solution and susension,

classification of colloids ,preparation of colloidal solutions , purification of  colloidal solution, properties of colloidal solutions.Surfacechemistry,characteristic of adsorption,type of adsorption.

  3.       Organic chemistry

            Aliphatic organic chemistry, Aromatic compounds , Stereo chemistry, Structures, preparations and properties of amino acids and proteins, Carbohydrates and Lipids.


UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, MANDALAY

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

 

OBJECTIVES

            At the end of the course of instruction, the student should be able to –

1.  Acquire the knowledge of fundamental principles of Chemistry in order to understand and  correlate with other subjects such as Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology, and Medical laboratory Techniques. (KNOWLEDGE)

 

2 .  Be able to perform laboratory techniques relevant to medical technology training.

      To demonstrate the acquisition of the methodology of scientific approach, namely, an  accurate observation, collection and interpretation of data, analysis and drawing of valid conclusion. (SKILL)

 

3.      Apply scientific principles to the solution of problems.

      Be aware of environmental problems, study and practice Chemistry disciplines in ethical  and cultural influences and limitation.  (ATTITUDE)


 

Department of Chemistry

No.

 

S.L.O

Topics and Contents

Method

 

L

(hr)

P

(hr)

T

(hr)

Total (hrs)

 

1.

To acquire the knowledge of the basic and the functionally diverse molecules in living system.

 

Inorganic Chemistry

1. Elementary of Inorganic

1.1.Atomic structure

1.2.Theory of Quantum Mechanics   

      and  Atomic orbital    

1.3 .Chemical Bond

1.4.Electronegativity

1.5.Bond Polarity

1.6.Polar and Non- polar Compounds

1.7.Weak Electrostatic Bonds

1.8.Bioinorganic Chemistry  

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

15-hrs             1-Credit

 

 

2.

 

To acquire the knowledge of  the behavior of gases that enhance the understanding of physiological processes

 

Physical Chemistry                    

2. Gaseous State

2.1.The Nature of Gases

2.2.Deviations from Ideal Behaviour

2.3.Vander Waal's Equation

 

6

 

 

 

60-hrs

4-Credit

 

3.

 

To acquire the general properties of dilute solutions

 

3. Solution

3.1.Solubility  of Gases

3.2.Method of expressing the oncen-

     tration of solutions

3.3.Colligative properties of Dilute

      Solutions

3.4.Abnormal Colligative Properties

      of  dilute Solutions   

3.5.Common use of dilute Solutions 

 

12

 

 

8

 

 

 

 

4.

To acquire the general properties of buffer solutions

 

4 . Acid – Base Theories

4.1.Acid- Base equilibrium

4.2.Ionisation of Water

4.3. Buffer solutions

6

 

10

 

 

 

5.

 

To understand the principles underlying energy interconversions and directionality of reactions that is basis of

metabolism, metabolic interlationships and control.

 

5. Elementary of Thermodynamics

5.1. Introduction to study of

       Thermodynamics

5.2.First Law of thermodynamics

5.3.Work of the pressure and

      Volume Type

5.4.Enthalpy of a reaction

5.5.ReversibleChange and maximum

     Work

5.6.Heat Changes at constant volume

     And constant Pressur

5.7.Heat Capacity

5.8..Adiabatic Changes of a perfect  

       Gas   

5.9.The second Law of Thermodyna-

      mics

5.10.Entropy(s)

5.11.Free energy

10

 

 

 

 

 

No.

 

S.L.O

Topics and Contents

Method

L

(hr)

P

(hr)

T

(hr)

Total (hrs)

 

To acquire the Significance of rates

6.Chemical Kineties

6.1 Rate of reaction

6.2 The reaction rate law

6.3 Order of reaction

5

 

 

 

 

To acquire the Knowledge of phase of colloidal system and classification of colliods

7.Colloidal State

7.1.Colloid

7.2.Phases of Colloidal Systems

7.3.Lyophilic and Lyophobic Sols 

      for Colloids

 

3

 

 

 

 

To acquire the knowledge of nature and type of adsorption

8. Surface hemistry

8.1.Characteristic of adsorption

8.2.Type of adsorption

 

 

 

 

 

 

To acquire the knowledge of the   properties of organic

Compounds that usually encounter in Everyday life as drugs Foods, etc. and be aware of their sources and uses.

 

 

ORGANIC  CHEMISTRY

  1.  Aliphatic Compounds

1.1.Monohydric Alcohols

1.2.Alkyl Halides

1.3. Ethers

1.4. Aldehydes and Ketones

1.5. Monocarboxylic Acids

1.6.Derivatives of Monocarboxylic

       - Acids

1.7.  Aliphatic Amine

 

11

7

 

60- hrs           (4-Credit)

 

 

2.    Aromatic Compounds

2.1  Aromatic Hydrocarbons

2.2  Aromatic Nitro Compounds

2.3. Aromatic Sulphonic Acid and

       Their Derivatives

2.4. Aromatic Halogenobenzene

2.5. Aromatic Amino Compounds

2.6. Diazonium Compound

2.7. Hydroxy derivatives of 

      Aromatic hydrocasbons

2.8. Aromatic Aldeydes and Ketones

2.9. Aromatic Acids

2.10.Phenolic Acid

12

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To acquire the funda-

mental knowledge of

specificity of the che-

mical reactions that

occur in biological

systems and the reasons of why they are not proceeding in an uncontrolled and

spontaneous manner.

3 . Stercochemistry  

3.1. Structural Isomeism

3.2. Stereoisomerism

4

 

 

 















 

 

No.

 

S.L.O

 

 

   Topics and Contents

 

Method

L

(hr)

P

(hr)

T

(hr)

Total

(hrs)

 

To acquire the Knowledge of the basic and functionally diverse molecules in

Living system.

4.Amino Acids and Proteins 

4.1. Essential amino acid for daily

       Life of  Living organisms.

4.2. Proteins

4.3. Peptides

8

 

 

 

 

To acquire the knowledge of the

Fundamental properties of the most abundant organic molecules in nature that provides a significant fraction of enegy in the diet of most oranisms and serves as a structural component of many organisms.

5 .  Carbohydrates

5.1.Introducion of carbohydrates

5.2. Nomenclature of

      Monosaccharides

5.3.Classification of canbohdrates

5.4. Monosaccharides

5.5. Disaccharides

5.6. Polysaccharides

 

6

2

 

 

 

To acquire the properties of a heterogenous group of water insoluble organic molecules that can be extracted from the tissues.

 

6.Lipids

6.1.Classification of lipds

6.2.Common Fatty Acids

6.3. Glycerides

6.4.Non – glyceride Lipids

6.5 Complex Lipids

 

7

 

 

 

     

 Programme  Structure                       

Sr. No

Topic

Time(hrs)

Credit

Media

1

Inorganic Chemistry

15

1

    White board,

2

Physics Chemistry

60

4

LCD Projector,

3

Organic Chemistry

60

4

Power Point,

4

Revision (Theory +Practical)

5

1

Chemicals, Lab:

apparatus

 

Therory Tests(Elective)

6

 

 

 

PracticalTests(Elective)

4  

 

 

 

Grand Total

150

10

 

 

 Grading System (Chemistry)

Marks

Letter Grade

Grade Point

Interpretation

80-100

A+

5

Distinction

65-79

A

4

Pass

50-64

B+

3

Pass

46-49

B

2

Moderate Pass

Below 46

C

1

Fail

 *         In overall subjects, if a candidate obtains letter Grade A and Grate point 4, he/she will pass with credit.

 

ASSESSMENT  (COMPARTMENT  SYSTEM)

1.         Continuous Assessment

            Class Work                30%

2.         Summative  Assessment

            One final  examination the end of the academic  year

2.1       Three hour theory paper (MCQ  &  MSQ )    50%

2.2       Two hour  practical exam:                               20%

            Weightage                                                       70%

3.         Criteria for passing disinction         

3.1       Pass  mark                                           50% of  each compartment

3.2       Distinction  mark                                80%     of  each compartment

3.3       Moderation                                         46%of  each compartment

 

Activities

   (i)      Computer training is performed  to improve each staff in department.

   (ii)     Staffs are given instructions to improve their teaching  skills by reading

            the corresponding reference books  and others.

  (iii)       They are taught the current practical works to make neatly.

  (iv)       Solutions are prepared weekly by staff.

 

            Future  programme

          - Small group disscussions are held after teaching each topic.

            - Students have to sit for viva  voce after every  practical  periods.

 


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