NOC:Environmental Engineering-Chemical Processes


Lecture 1 - Introduction, Fundamentals of Equilibrium and Kinetics


Lecture 2 - Equilibrium-Process Feasibility, Gibbs Energy-Standard Condition


Lecture 3 - Gibbs Free Energy-Non Standard Conditions - I


Lecture 4 - Gibbs Free Energy-Non Standard Conditions - II


Lecture 5 - Phase Equilibrium


Lecture 6 - Component Balance


Lecture 7 - Reaction Kinetics


Lecture 8 - Rate of Reaction - I


Lecture 9 - Rate of Reaction - II, Types of Reactors


Lecture 10 - Mass Balance on different types of Reactors


Lecture 11 - Material Balance for Complex Reactions


Lecture 12 - Material Balance for Reversible Reactions


Lecture 13 - Determination of Kinetic Equations


Lecture 14 - Acid-Base Reactions


Lecture 15 - Acid Dissociation Constant, Strength of Acid


Lecture 16 - Ionization Fractions


Lecture 17 - Introduction to VMINTEQ


Lecture 18 - Estimation of pH using VMINTEQ


Lecture 19 - Mixing Problems


Lecture 20 - Inverse Dose Problems


Lecture 21 - logC-pH Diagram


Lecture 22 - Carbonate System: Closed System


Lecture 23 - Carbonate System: Open System


Lecture 24 - VMINTEQ: Application of Gases, Acid-Base Titration


Lecture 25 - VMINTEQ: Titration and Multisweeep, Buffer: Introduction


Lecture 26 - VMINTEQ: Buffer System, Buffer Intensity: Introduction


Lecture 27 - Buffer Intensity: Monoprotic and Diprotic Acids


Lecture 28 - Alkalinity: Introduction


Lecture 29 - Alkalinity: Theoretical and Practical Definition


Lecture 30 - Acidity and its Applications


Lecture 31 - Alkalinity and Acidity: Applications


Lecture 32 - Mixing of Two Solutions and Conservative Quantities - I


Lecture 33 - Mixing of Two Solutions and Conservative Quantities - II


Lecture 34 - Carbonate and Non-Carbonate Alkalinity


Lecture 35 - Anaerobic Digester: Acid Formation and Neutralization


Lecture 36 - Aqueous Complexes: Applications in Toxicity Reduction


Lecture 37 - Aqueous Complexes: Solubility, Rate Constants and Strength of Ligands


Lecture 38 - Aqueous Complexes of Aluminium (Al)


Lecture 39 - Aqueous Complexes of Mercury (Hg)


Lecture 40 - Precipitation and Dissolution: Introduction and Applications


Lecture 41 - Applications of Precipitation and Dissolution


Lecture 42 - Different Stages in Precipitation, Equilibrium of Precipitation - I


Lecture 43 - Equilibrium of Precipitation - II


Lecture 44 - Examples Related to Equilibrium of Precipitation


Lecture 45 - Other Examples of Equilibrium of Precipitation


Lecture 46 - Solubility and Competitive Precipitation


Lecture 47 - Predominance Area Diagram and Introduction to Redox Processes


Lecture 48 - Redox Reactions and its Applications


Lecture 49 - Balancing of Redox and Development of Half Reaction


Lecture 50 - Kinetics of Redox Processes


Lecture 51 - Equilibrium of Redox - I


Lecture 52 - Equilibrium of Redox - II and Reaction Feasibility


Lecture 53 - Reaction Feasibility Based on Pe - I


Lecture 54 - Reaction Feasibility Based on Pe - II


Lecture 55 - Effect of Complexation on Redox


Lecture 56 - Effect of Complexation and Solid Phase on Redox


Lecture 57 - Reaction Feasibility based on Eh


Lecture 58 - Introduction to Electrochemical cell (Ecell)


Lecture 59 - Applications of Ecell


Lecture 60 - logC-Pe and pH-Pe Diagram