Measurement of Dipole Moment || Millikan's Experiment || Photoelectric Effect || Inversion of Cane Sugar || Coulomb's Law || Heat of Neutralization || Acid-Base Indicators || Geiger Muller Counter || Electrostatic Field || Young's Modulus || Boundary Conditions || Electric Field in Material Space || Surface Tension
Absorption Spectroscopy || Effects of sample path length || Effects of Sample Concentration || Measurement of molar absorptivity || Verification of Beer-Lambert's law || Finding concentration of unknown solution using Beer-Lambert's law || Beer-Lambert's law for multicomponent system || Principles of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy || Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectral studies of select organic free radicals || EPR as a tool to investigate the transition metal complexes || Construction of a electrochemical cells (Cyclic voltammetry) || Nuclear magnetic resosnace spectrocopy and evaulation of simple 1H NMR spectra of select organic com || Instrumentation and working principles of Infra Red (IR) Spectroscopy
|Computational Chemical Physics and Biology|
Computational Chemical Physics and Biology
Circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique where the CD of molecules is measured over a range of wavelengths.
To determine the specific rotation of a sugar using a polarimeter. || To understand the effect of chiral substances on plane polarized light as a function of wavelength. || To study the Optical Rotatory Dispersion (ORD) of some chiral substances. || To study the Circular Dichroism of some substances with chiral chromophores. || To Study the effect of Secondary Structure elements on CD spectrum of proteins. || To deconvolute the CD spectrum of a given protein solution and to classify it in terms of its second || To estimate the distribution of secondary structure elements of proteins. (Protein Classification) || To study Thermodynamics and Thermal Stability of proteins.
Principles of Zeta potential || Determination of Zeta potential for metallic colloidal systems