This book has been written with the aim to provide a source for CSIR, NET, and JRF, and students of Chemical Science opting for five disciplinary topics as an open elective and is exactly based on the syllabus.
The objective of this book, Interdisciplinary Topics is to introduce various topics according to the syllabus outline in an easy and effective way. According to the topics of the syllabus, the whole book is divided into five parts in total. The first part covers “Chemistry in Nanoscience and Technology” the part second is “Catalyst and Green Chemistry” and part third is on “Medicinal Chemistry” part four is on “Supramolecular Chemistry” and the last part five is on “Environmental Chemistry”
The main features of this book are it is in structure and properties based and future applications on a different topic which is given in this book in multicolored. It is strictly based on the syllabus of C.S.I.R., NET, and JRF students for Chemical Science. That book is a text as well as competitive simple, coherent and complete. All topics in this book are detailed in simple language, attached to the external knowledge side of the pages, and have different question marks which are required to understand the topic and after completed chapters giving large exercises of related topics. The main focus of the writer of the book is Illustration and diagrams are used in an almost dimensional based effective way to explain difficult images or diagrams of the topics. Offers the readers a multitude of actual and potential systems for planning, designing, and implementing various emerging technologies.
The final form of this book is the outcome of an extensive survey of related literature than our knowledge. We have tried to consult the best available sources of information with respect to the various topics discussed. We sincerely hope that the book will go a long way to satisfy the long-felt need of students for a friendly book on Chemical science.
We gratefully acknowledge the assistance and constructive comments of Institutes or colleges and Research students during the preparation of this book. Any suggestions for improvement of the book are welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged.