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Chemistry-I, 2/e

Chemistry-I, 2/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789390033003
  • 732 pages
  • Paperback
  • 6.75" x 9.5" inches
  • Book 625.00
  • 2020

‚ÄčThe book has been designed according to the new
AICTE syllabus and will cater to the needs of
engineering students across all branches. The book
provides the basis which is necessary for dealing with
different types of physicochemical phenomena. Great
care has been taken to explain the physical meaning of
mathematical formulae, when and where they are
required, followed by logical development and
discussion of experimental behaviour of systems. Every
chapter has a set of solved problems and exercises. The
idea is to instil sound understanding of the fundamental
principles and applications of the subject.
The author is known for explaining the concepts of
Engineering Chemistry with full clarity, leaving no
ambiguity in the minds of the readers.
Although the book is primarily intended for BTech/BE
students, it will also cater to the requirements of those
pursuing BSc and MSc, including those of other
disciplines like materials science and environmental

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Prof Gourkrishna Dasmohapatra has a doctorate in science from Jadavpur University. He teaches at Science and
Humanities Section, Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Kolkata, as well as at Jadavpur University. He has worked as
post-doctoral fellow at Polymer Institute in Czechoslovakia, at Universitat-Siegen in Germany and also at Central Glass
and Ceramic Research Institute, Kolkata for ten years in various capacities.
As a post-doctoral fellow, he worked on the synthesis and characterization of polymers and synthesis of some interesting
compounds in the zeolite supercages. He also on the rare-earth doped glasses for their possible application in the fields of
laser and phosphor materials, and controlled release glass fertilizers for application in fields. His current research focus is
on the rare-earth spectroscopy in liquid media and study of usefulness of some plant materials as acid-base indicator and in
synthesis of multifunctional Ag-nanoparticles. He has more than thirty publications in international journals and
conferences, as well as has some patents to his credit. He has guided students for Ph.D. (Science) degree.