About the Department
The Department of Chemistry was established in the year 1995.
It serves to provide strong foundation in Engineering Chemistry which in turn serves as a baseline for all of engineering streams. The department has undertaken the responsibility of imparting a strong foundation in branches of Chemistry such as Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry for all Engineering students.
This department constantly aims to provide a different hue to the technical curriculum and the main focus of engineering chemistry is to educate about the need of understanding chemistry related problems and applications coupled with environmentally friendly exercise. With this perception the faculty aims to train everyone to have proper hands on exposure in the laboratory experiments too.
The department aspires to offer quality education and training in Engineering and Technology, thereby making vital contribution to the industrial development of the country by making trained, competent and professional graduates through an effective educational process.
- To provide an efficient academic and research environment.
- To interact with industries and research institutions to work on collaborative projects.
- To contribute more to the education and training of rural students as a societal obligation.
- To guide the students, staff and faculty towards progress and success by creating an environment that would nurture creativity, academic excellence, professionalism, highest standard of ethics, sense of responsibility and respect for individuals.
- To establish centre of excellence.
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)
The department functions with the objectives to
- Use of non-toxic reagents in product synthesis.
- Use of renewable resources instead of non renewable resources.
- Use of solvent free or recyclable environmentally benign solvent systems.
- Using instruments and methods for consumers and industrial products by keeping up the high standards.
- In depth awareness in Nanochemistry for a unique approach to building devices with a molecular – scale precision.
- The advantages of nanodevices in medicine, computing, scientific exploration and electronics, where nanochemistry offers the promise of building objects atom by atom.
|NAME OF THE FACULTY||QUALIFICATION||DESIGNATION|
|Mr. C. MURUGESAN||M.Sc., M.Phil.,B.Ed., Ph.D||Asst. Professor|
|Mr. K. SIVA KUMAR||M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.D||Asst. Professor|
|Ms. K. DEEPA||M.Sc., M.Phil||Asst.Professor|
|Ms. PREM JOTHI||M.Sc., M.Phil||Asst. Professor|
|Ms. K. JEEVA ROSE||M.Sc., M.Phil||Asst. Professor|
|Ms. A. HEMAMALINI||M.Sc., M.Phil||Asst. Professor|
|Ms. S. ARUL MOZHI||M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.D||Asst. Professor|
|Ms. D. SHANTHI||M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.D||Asst. Professor|
|Dr. A. JAMUNA DEVI||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D||Asst. Professor|
|S. No||Name of the Laboratory||Description of the Lab||Equipments Available|
|1||Chemistry lab||Chemistry lab||pH Meter, Conductivity Meter, Potentiometer, Spectro Photometer, Flame Photometer, Dhono Balance, De-ioniser, Water Plant, Hot Plate, Electric Oven, Water Bath
|S. NO||JOURNAL / CONFERENCE||PAGE NO. YEAR||AUTHOR|
|Crystal structure of (E) – 1 – (4’ – methyl – [1, 1’ – biphenyl] – 4 – yl) – 3 – (3 – nitrophenyl) prop – 2 – en – 1 – one.||Acta E Cryst.||E71, 065–066/2015||T. VIDHYASAGAR*,
K. RAJESWARI, D. SHANTHI.
|Crystal structure of (E) – 1 – (4’ – methoxy – [1, 1’ – biphenyl] – 4 – yl) – 3 – (3 – nitrophenyl) prop – 2 – en – 1 – one.||Acta E Cryst.||E71, 1–3/2015||T. VIDHYASAGAR*,
K. RAJESWARI, D. SHANTHI.
|Crystal structure of (E) – 1 – ([1, 1’ – biphenyl] – 4 – yl) – 3 – (2 – methyl - phenyl) prop – 2 – en – 1 – one.||Acta E Cryst.||E70, 0809–0810/2014||T. VIDHYASAGAR*,
|Crystal structure of (E) – 1 – ([1, 1’ – biphenyl] – 4 – yl) – 3 – (3 – nitrophenyl) prop – 2 – en – 1 – one.||Acta E Cryst.||E71, 0119–0120/2015||T. VIDHYASAGAR*,
D. SHANTHI, K. RAJESWARI.
|Conference attended on “National seminar on chemistry of Nano materials and Molecular Dynamics‘’ (CNMD-2010) organized by Department of Chemistry, Annamalai University.||Conference||Participation 30th - 31th of December 2010.||D. SHANTHI|
|A poster presented on “Synthesis, Crystal Growth, Thermal and spectral studies of new Chalcone” in the “NCCT-2013”, organized by Department of Chemistry, Annamalai University during 8th - 10th of November 2013.||Conference||Poster presentation 8th - 10th of November 2013.||D. SHANTHI|
|Metal Complexes of Schiff base derived from a new mannich base.||IJCTR||937-943, 2015||C. MURUGESAN,
|A poster presented on “Metal Complexes of Schiff base derived from a new mannich base in “NCNRCR-2015” organized by Department of Chemistry, SRM University during 28th - 29th of August, 2015.||National Conference||Poster presentation 28th - 29th of August, 2015.||C. MURUGESAN|
|9||Assessment of Groundwater Chemistry in Cuddalore District, Tamilnadu||IJACSA||682, 015||K. SIVAKUMAR|
|A poster presented on “Assessment of Groundwater Chemistry in Cuddalore District, Tamilnadu in “NCNRCR-2015” organized by Department of Chemistry, SRM University during 28th - 29th of August, 2015.||National Conference||Oral presentation 28th - 29th of August, 2015.||K. SIVAKUMAR|