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SASTRA Deemed to be University                                                                    M.Sc. (Chemistry)

               electronegativity,  hardness  and  softness,  acid-base  strength  and  hardness  and  softness,

               Solvents: Solvent concepts, amphoteric behavior, need of non-aqueous solvent, chemistry in
               liquid NH3, chemistry in liquid HF, aprotic solvents, chemistry in liquid SO2, chemistry in liquid
               BrF3. Molten salts, solvent properties, solution of metals, complex formation, un-reactivity of
               molten salts, low temperature molten salts.

               UNIT – IV                                                                       16 Hours
               Nuclear models, shell model, liquid drop model, types of radioactive decay, decay constant,
               half-life period, alpha decay, theory of alpha decay, the tunnel effect, beta decay, types of beta
               decay,  electron  capture,  Dirac’s  theory,  nuclear  de-excitation,  radioactive  series,  artificial
               radioactivity.  Thermonuclear  reactions,  nuclear  fusion,  nuclear  fission,  fission  fragments,
               mass and charge distribution, fission energy.

               Applications of radioactivity: carbon dating, thyroiditis, assessing the volume of blood in a
               patient, brain tumour location and bone fracture healing.

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