Week 1 : Introduction; Importance of the chemical industry; Primary inorganic materials; Bulk and comodities chemicals; Fine and speciality chemicals; Water and hydrogen; H2O2 and inorganic peroxido compounds.
Week 2 : Nitrogen and nitrogen compounds; Phosphorus and its compounds; Sulfur and sulfur compounds.
Week 3 : Halogen and halogen compounds; Applications of iodine and iodine compounds.
Week 4 : Mineral fertilizers; Nitrogen fertilizers, ammonium nitrate and urea; Phosphorous containing fertilizers.
Week 5 : Potassium containing fertilizers; Economic importance of fertilizers
Week 6 : Metals and their compounds; Metallic lithium and its compounds; Metallic sodium, sodium borates; Potassium and its compounds, KOH and K2CO3.
Week 7 : Alkaline earth metals and its compounds; Beryllium and magnesium; Calcium, strontium and barium; Manganese, manganese compounds and their applications
Week 8 : Industry important organo-silicon compounds, industrial silicone products.
Week 9 : Inorganic solid, zeolites and catalysts, inorganic fibers; Construction materials; Enamel and ceramics.
Week 10 : Carbon modifications, diamond, graphite, carbonization and graphitization; Glassy and foamed carbon; carbon black.
Week 11 : Fillers - synthetic and natural, applications; Metallic hard materials.
Week 12 : Inorganic pigments; TiO2, lithopone, ZnS, ZnO and Fe2O3; Corrosion protection pigments; Luminescent and magnetic pigments; Conclusions.