M.Sc. Industrial Chemistry course helps to get an essential knowledge and skill involved in industrial chemistry. In this course, students study critical historical events for industrial chemistry, key petrochemical unit operations, and basic outline of an oil refinery. This course helps to study simple and complex chemical reactions and how to apply these reactions to the typical reactions, including photochemical reactions and polymerization. In this course, students study the major topics include homogenous kinetics and catalysis, steady-state approximation, rate limiting processes, reaction kinetics, adsorption processes, catalysis of solid surfaces, manufacture of heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts, a basic structure of crystal lattices, basic mechanics, viscoelasticity, and viscosity.
The candidate should have completed Bachelor’s Degree in any faculty or discipline from a recognized university with Minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. Many colleges conduct Entrance exams for admission to this course.
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