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Che202_Lab_Syllabus - Chem 202/252 Lab Program Spring 2008...

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Chem 202/252 Lab Program - Spring 2008 Lab Manual : Multiscale Operational Organic Chemistry , by John W. Lehman, Prentice Hall Publishing, (2002). Either the full version or any printing of our special version is acceptable. Also required: Mono-goggle type safety glasses, bound notebook, and key or combination lock. An apron and plastic gloves are highly recommended. Week of: Experiment Jan 14 No recitation or lab for all of this week Jan 21 No recitation or lab for all of this week Jan 28 Check-In & Lab Safety Quiz (read “Introduction” pp 1-18 before recitation!) Feb 4 Exp 30: Identification of Conjugated Diene (Diels-Alder) Feb 11 OP 36: Infrared Spectroscopy Feb 18 Exp 5: Preparation of Synthetic Banana Oil (work in pairs) Feb 25 Exp 29: Synthesis of Triphenylmethanol Mar 3 Minilab 30: Nitration of Naphthalene Mar 10 S p r i n g R e c e s s Mar 17 Exp 38: Wittig Synthesis of 1,4-Diphenyl-1,3-butadiene (work in pairs) Mar 24 Minilab 34: Preparation of Aldol Condensation Reactions Mar 31 Exp 45: Preparation of Para Red and Related Azo Dyes April 7 Exp 43: Preparation of N,N-Diethyl- meta -toluamide (work in pairs) April 14 Minilab 43: Rxns of Monosaccharides with Phenols & Take IR of DEET April 21 Check-out (plus Lab Final on Wednesday ) April 28 Monday = Last Day of Class Please Note: All laboratories begin in the scheduled recitation room for pre-lab instructions and then students go immediately to lab. Advance preparation for each experiment: Read the entire experiment in the lab manual as well as all techniques and essays listed in the REQUIRED READINGS section. Also pay particular attention to the SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS section. A flow chart is to be handed in at the beginning of each recitation (see Lab Grading Policy).
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