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The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual: A Student's Guide to Techniques, 8th Editionby James W. Zubrick (Hudson Valley Community College)
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This is the 8th edition with a publication date of 1/1/2010.
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This valuable guide takes organic chemists through the basic techniques of the organic chemistry lab such as interpretation of infrared spectroscopy. The eighth edition has been revised to include updated coverage of NMR Spectroscopy and UV spectroscopy. New questions at the end of chapters reinforce the skills and techniques learned. Emphasis is placed on green chemistry in the lab, focusing on the more environmentally friendly materials that can be used. In addition, updated discussions are included on safety, distillation, gas chromatography, and liquid chromatography. This gives organic chemists the most up-to-date information to enhance their lab skills.
Table of Contents
|Safety First, Last, and Always|
|Keeping a Notebook|
|Interpreting a Handbook|
|Other Interesting Equipment|
|Syringes, Needles, and Septa|
|Clean and Dry|
|The Melting-Point Experiment|
|Extraction and Washing|
|Extraction and Washing: Microscale|
|Sources of Heat|
|Clamps and Clamping|
|The Rotary Evaporator|
|Reflux and Addition|
|Microscale Boiling Point|
|Chromatography: Some Generalities|
|Thin-Layer Chromatography: TLC|
|HP Liquid Chromatography|
|Nuclear Magnetic Resonance|
|Theory of Distillation|
|Theory of Extraction|
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