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NOC:Metallocene And Metal-Carbene Based Organometallic Compounds

Benefit from an 08-Week Comprehensive Course about Organometallic Compounds


IIT Kharagpur and NPTEL

About the Course

This 08-week comprehensive course from IIT Kharagpur provides you with the concept, designing principles of catalysts, reaction mechanisms and developing pathways of these types of popular and attractive catalysts used in polymer industries.

1.What You Will Learn?
2.Who Should Go For It?
3.Points to Note

This course covers concepts that will help you to design and develop appropriate catalyst systems to achieve tailored polymers, oligomers and other value-added compounds. Here's a glimpse of the key topics covered:

Structural variation with metal ions and ligands
Metallocene compounds
Understanding the polymerisation mechanism.
Choice and role of co-catalysts (aluminium and boron-based)
Role of ligands
Versatility of Grubbs’ catalysts and compatibility towards functional groups and ring-strain of monomer

It is designed for individuals interested in the design, development, and application of advanced polyolefin catalysts in industrial settings:

Chemical Engineers
Polymer Scientists
Research Scientists
Graduate Students
Professionals in Polymer Industries
Academic Researchers
The course is free of charge, making it a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable knowledge in advanced polyolefin catalysts
Provides high-quality video lectures to enhance the learning experience thoroughly
There are four categories of certificates- Gold, Silver, Elite or Completed that a student will receive depending on his/her final score
The course is 08-week comprehensively long covering all important facts about catalysts and their reaction mechanisms


Field of Study:NOC:Metallocene And Metal-Carbene Based Organometallic Compounds
Type:Free Certificate Course
Duration:08 weeks
Mode of Learning:Online
Average Salary Offered:TThe average salary offered in this field ranges from ₹ 6 LPA to ₹ 17 LPA depending upon your skills, experience, and level of knowledge.
Employment Roles:
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Polymer Scientists
  • Chemists
  • Research Scientists