Department Of Physical Science Lecture Notes


Lecturer

1) INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY II NOTE.

(Mrs Shittu Tawakalit )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Understand the basic concepts of Organic Chemistry.
2.  Draw structures and identify the general classes of organic compounds  
3.  Understand the principles of separating organic mixtures.
4.  Apply the principle of separating techniques in real life synthesis
5.  Carry out project on identification of organic compounds.

Lecturer

2) INTRODUCTORY ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY NOTE.

(Mr Inobeme Abel )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
1.  Explain the concept of titrimetric analysis
2.  List the various types of titration
3.  Differentiate between precipitation and potentiometric titration
4.  Select appropriate titrimetric methods for relevant analysis
5.  Apply relevant titrimetric methods in analysis
6.  Treat data obtained from acid-base reactions equilibria

Lecturer

3) PROGRAMMING ESSENTIALS NOTE.

(Mr Acheme David Ijegwa)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of programming and levels of programming language
2.  Understand all the programming paradigms
3.  Understand the concept of algorithms and methods of representing algorithms
4.  Apply the concept of algorithm to express solutions to simple problems
5.   Write simple programs in QBasic Programming language.

Lecturer

4) INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NOTE.

(Mr John Temitope Ogbiti)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of Computer
2.  History of Computer and generations of computer
3.  Understand the characteristics  of  a  computer, classes of computer, types
of computer and  functions of personal computers
4.  Components of a  Personal  Computer  and categories  of  an  operating
system
5.  Principles of Networking
6.  Program  development:  algorithms  and  methods  of  representing
algorithms

Lecturer

5) VECTOR AND COORDINATE GEOMETRY NOTE.

(Miss Alhassan Jumai Charity)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the end of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of vectors, and state the types of vectors
2 .Understand the concept of Addition of vectors with examples
3. Understand the concept of two dimensional coordinate geometry
4. Define circle with solved examples.
5. Solve problems on parabola and ellipse

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6) CALCULUS (NOTE).

(Mr Enoyoze Esosa )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Relate the idea of function with everyday activity
2.  Solve problems related to Domain and Range of functions
3.  Evaluate the values of functions
4.  Construct and investigate graphs of a function.
5.  Analyze the various kinds of tests for convergence
6.   Relate the idea of function with everyday activities
7.  Evaluate limits of several functions
8. …

Lecturer

7) ELECTRIC CIRCUIT AND ELECTRONICS (NOTE).

(Mr Adekoya Mathew Adefusika  and Ukhurebor, Kingsley Eghonghon)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Explain electric circuit and electronic  
2.  Mention  all the different circuit theorem   
3.  Apply the concept to solve simple problems
4.  Differentiate between N-type and P-type Semiconductor
5.  Solve basic A.C problems   
6.   Design simple circuit.

Lecturer

8) GENERAL PHYSICS I (NOTE).

(Dr Akinola Olayinka Samson  and Adekoya, M. A; Ukhurebor, Kingsley Eghonghon)

Measurement
Measurements of physical quantities take place by means of a comparison with a standard. For
example: a meter stick, a weight of 1 kilogram, etc.
Fundamental Units
Those physical quantities which are independent to each other are called fundamental quantities
and their units are called fundamental units.

Lecturer

9) PHYSICS PRACTICAL MANUAL.

(Dr Akinola Olayinka Samson)

PHYSICS PRACTICAL MANUAL

Lecturer

10) MATHEMATICAL METHODS.

(Prof Yomi Aiyesimi Monday  and Alhassan Charity)

Instructors:PROF. YOMI AIYESIMI, Alhassan Charity
email:yomi.aiyesimi@edouniversity.edu.ng
Lectures: Thursday, 8am – 10:00 am, LT1, phone: (+2348134809593)
Description: This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge of
Mathematical Methods. This course covers advanced topics such asfunctions, maximum and
minimum values of a function, functions of two several Independent variables,Jacobian,
Dependent And Independent Functions, Method of Lagrange’s Multiplier, Line and Multiple
Integrals and Line Integral with respect to an Arc Length.


Prerequisites: Students should be familiar with the concepts…

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11) COMPUTER HARDWARE INSTALLATION_LECTURE NOTE.

(Mr John Temitope Ogbiti  and David Acheme.)

I normally ask the question, ?What exactly is a PC?? Of course, most people immediately answer that PC stands for personal computer, which in fact it does. They might then continue by defining a personal computer as any small computer system purchased and used by an individual. Unfortunately, that definition is not nearly precise or accurate enough for our purposes. I agree that a PC is a personal computer, but not all personal computers are PCs. For example,…

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12) OPERATING SYSTEM II_LECTURE NOTE.

(Mr John Temitope Ogbiti  and Uddin Osemengbe.)

An operating system executes a variety of programs:
Batch system – jobs
Time-shared systems – user programs or tasks
Textbook uses the terms job and process almost interchangeably
Process – a program in execution; process execution must progress in sequential fashion
A process includes:
? program counter
? stack
? data section

Lecturer

13) INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS.

(Mr Acheme David Ijegwa)

A computer is an electronic device that can perform calculations and analysis at very high speeds. The term computer is obtained from the word compute. A computer can be defined as an electronic device that accepts, processes, stores, and outputs data at high speeds according to programmed instructions.

Lecturer

14) FILE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT_LECTURE NOTE.

(Mr Acheme David Ijegwa)

A file is a collection of data stored in one unit, identified by a filename. It can be a document, picture, audio, video stream, data library, application, or other collection of data Files in computers store for us DATA/INFORMATION and PROGRAMS.
All files names end with extensions…. .docx, .cdr, .pdf, .jpg .gif, .exe

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15) SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE I.

(Mr Acheme David Ijegwa)

Visual C++ is a part of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 for developing programs in C++ programming language. This first lectures introduces how to create a project, create a program, compile and run the program in Visual C++

Lecturer

16) WEB TECHNOLOGY.

(Mr Acheme David Ijegwa)

It is the steward of global Web standards; W3C's mission is to safeguard the openness, accessibility, and freedom of the World Wide Web from a technical perspective. Its primary activity is to develop protocols and guidelines that ensure long-term growth for the Web. The widely adopted Web standards define key parts of what actually makes the World Wide Web work

Lecturer

17) PHY 119/129 GENERAL PRACTICAL.

(Dr Akinola Olayinka Samson  and Adekoya, M. A, Ukhurebor, Kingsley Eghonghon)

Physics Practical offers a wide range of in-depth experimental investigations into key aspects of Physics. It has been designed in such a way that will develop some manipulative skills in handling some physics apparatus. It is an integral part of physics course, which reinforces some, if not all, the principles, theories and concepts you have learnt in Physics.
However, some experiments are designed to verify known laws while others are designed to obtain empirical relationships between two or more quantities.…

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18) LINEAR ALGEBRA I_LECTURE NOTE.

(Dr Siloko Israel Uzuazor  and ENOYOZE Esosa)

Several real life problems can be handled easily when relevant information about them can be properly organised in a certain way. Linear algebra helps in the organization of information in situations where certain mathematical structures are available. Linear algebra is a branch of Modern algebra that studies operations on objects that may not be numbers but are assumed to satisfy certain laws. It is more abstract than elementary algebra that concentrates on operations of addition and multiplication of real or…

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19) STATISTICS_LECTURE NOTE.

(Dr Siloko Israel Uzuazor)

A set is simply defined as a collection of objects. The objects are called elements or member of the set. A set is said to be well defined if there is a rule by which it is possible to determine whether an object belongs to the set or not.

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20) COMPILER DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION.

(Dr Bunakiye Japheth Richard)

 

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21) ADVANCED PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY.

(Mr Inobeme Abel )

Chemical Thermodynamics
T he study of the flow of heat or any other form of energy into or out of a system as it undergoes a physical or chemical transformation, is called Thermodynamics.
In studying and evaluating the flow of energy into or out of a system, it will be useful to consider changes in certain properties of the system. These properties include
i. Temperature
ii. Pressure
iii. volume and
iv. concentration of the system.
Measuring the changes…

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22) INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY I.

(Mr Inobeme Abel   and Mrs Eziukwu Chinenye)

Electrochemistry is best defined as the study of the interchange of chemical and electrical energy. It is primarily concerned with two processes that involve oxidation– reduction reactions: the generation of an electric current from a spontaneous chemical reaction and the opposite process, the use of a current to produce chemical change.

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23) ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY.

(Mrs Shittu Tawakalit )

Alcohols are organic compounds in which a hydroxyl group is directly attached to an sp3 hybridized carbon. Phenols are compounds with hydroxyl group directly attached to aromatic ring.

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24) INORGANIC CHEMISTRY_ NOTE.

(Mrs Shittu Tawakalit )

MOLECULAR ORBITAL (M.O.) THEORY
Molecular orbital theory is an approach to bonding in which orbitals encompass the entire molecule, rather than being localized or confined between atoms. Molecular orbitals are region in space where there is high probability of finding electrons in a molecule
Molecular orbitals result from the combination of atomic orbitals. Orbitals are wave functions, they can combine either constructively when in phase with each other, forming a bonding molecular orbital (Figure 1), or destructively when…