Lecture Lab A - Synthesis of Aspirin Notebook keeping...

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Synthesis of Aspirin Notebook keeping, synthesis and melting points January 30 th , 2009
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Synthesis of Aspirin Synthesis of new drugs to improve efficacy/ eliminate side effects OH O OH O O OH O Could Bayer improve the properties of morphine the same way?
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More facts about aspirin 30 million pounds consumed in US Widespread use led to discovery of anti-clotting ability, preventing damage in a stroke or heart attack
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Keeping a notebook To record all data that is collected so it is not lost (no post it notes that can be misplaced) To allow others to look at your data To reinterpret data if something does not look correct later Patent disputes, etc.
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Permanent Record Ink only, no whiteout Bound, numbered, dated pages (have your TA sign before leaving the lab) Name, drawer, table of contents You should record your data as you go along, not at the end of the semester for grading
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Before Lab
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In lab Details of what you did: Times at which various things occurred
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