Laboratory Techniques for Organic Chemistry: Students Companion

Laboratory Techniques for Organic Chemistry: Students Companion

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For undergraduate or graduate students taking organic chemistry lab. Ideal for professors who write their own lab experiments or would like custom labs but need a source for lab operations and safety information. Using a practical, "how-to" approach, The Student's Companion describes all of the laboratory operations that are most often used in a typical organic chemistry course. It provides enough practical information to help students learn the necessary lab techniques and know how to handle problems as they arise-plus just enough theory to help students understand how and why the techniques work as they do.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 327 pages
  • 200.7 x 251.5 x 20.3mm | 589.68g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Student edition
  • Student
  • 0130178675
  • 9780130178671

Table of contents

Preface. Introduction. Laboratory Safety. LABORATORY OPERATIONS. A. Basic Operations. 1. Cleaning and Drying Glassware. 2. Using Specialized Glassware. 3. Using Glass Rod and Tubing. 4. Weighing. 5. Measuring Volume. 6. Making Transfers.B. Operations for Conducting Chemical Reactions. 7. Heating. 8. Cooling. 9. Temperature Monitoring.10. Mixing.11. Addition of Reactants.C. Separation Operations. 12. Gravity Filtration.13. Vacuum Filtration.14. Centrifugation.15. Extraction.16. Evaporation.17. Steam Distillation.18. Column Chromatography.19. Thin-Layer Chromatography.20. Paper Chromatography.D. Washing and Drying Operations. 21. Washing Liquids.22. Drying Liquids.23. Drying Solids.24. Drying and Trapping Gases.E. Purification Operations. 25. Recrystallization.26. Sublimation.27. Simple Distillation.28. Vacuum Distillation.29. Fractional Distillation.F. Measuring Physical Constants. 30. Melting Point.31. Boiling Point.32. Refractive Index.33. Optical Rotation.G. Instrumental Analysis. 34. Gas Chromatography.35. High Performance Liquid Chromatography.36. Infrared Spectrometry.37. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometry.38. Ultraviolet-Visible Spectrometry.39. Mass Spectrometry.Appendixes.Bibliography.show more