Institute of Technology Gopeshwar, Uttarakhand is an center for excellence academic in undergraduate (B.Tech.) technical education with the help of various discipline of engineering department, applied science and humanities. The chemistry section is running under the umbrella of department of applied science and humanities to impart systemize knowledge of chemistry to undergraduate engineering students. Moreover, in order to improve quality education of chemistry practical and chemical transformation, chemistry section has well established laboratory. The chemistry section has been engaged in improving the experimental skill of undergraduate engineering students through conducting various experiments. for instance, acid base titration, heat of neutralization, complexometric titration, analysis of water quality and analytical spectroscopic tools etc.
List of experiments
TCY-01. Pre lab
TCY-02. Determination of Dissolved Oxygen (D. O.) in the given water sample by Winkler method.
PCY-03. To determine the alkalinity of given water sample.
PCY-04. Determination of Iron content in an iron ore by titrating it against standard K2Cr2O7 solution using potassium ferricyanide [K3Fe(CN)6] as an external indicator.
PCY-05. To determine the chloride content in water sample by Mohr’s method.
PCY-06. To determine the percentage of available chlorine in the given sample of bleaching powder (Iodometrically).
PCY-07. To determine temporary and permanent hardness in given water sample using EDTA as standard solution (Coplexometric titration).
PCY-08. To determine the Heat of Neutralization of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and Hydrochloric acid (HCl).
TCY-09. To study Spectral and analytical technique.
Chemistry Lab Facilities
Titration setup and glassware’s: All the experiment in the chemistry syllabus are related to titration only. Therefore, mostly the first year B.Tech student’s deals with titration experiments in order to find out the strength of given substance.
Volumetric flask: Different size volumetric Flask for making solutions
Glassware’s for Titration experiment:
Traditional Weighing balances:
Digital Weighing balances:
Hot air Oven for drying glasswares, heating mental and hot plates:
Melting point apparatus and P H Metery for the measurement of P H