Exp 6 Oxidation of Alcohols; Trends in Infrared Spectroscopy

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Victory Onimisi Lab partner — Mary Nguyen 10.10.2014, CHEM 3105-381 TA — Mariah Deardorff Oxidation of Alcohols; Trends in Infrared Spectroscopy Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to oxidize primary alcohols into aldehydes, and oxidize secondary alcohols into ketones. The purpose of the second part of this experiment is to compare IR spectra and carbonyl absorptions of the compounds. Reaction & Physical Properties Table Physical Properties of Reactants Compound Molecular Weight (g/mol) Melting Point( ) Density (g/mL) Dichloromethane 84.93 -97 1.325 Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) 232.41 249-251 TEMPO 156.25 2-8 Celite Sodium Carbonate 105.99 851 Hydrogen Chloride 34.46 -114 1.2 Brine 58.44 Magnesium Sulfate 120.37 3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol 112.17 190-192 0.961 https://www.coursehero.com/file/11303803/Exp-6-Oxidation-of-Alcohols-Trends-in-Infrared-Spectroscopy/ This study resource was shared via CourseHero.com
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Safety The following is data obtained fro the safety and documentation information made available at www.sigmaaldrich.com Dichloromethane Risk Statements: Irritating to the eyes; irritating to the respiratory system; irritating to the skin; limited evidence of a carcinogenic effect Safety Statements: Toxic by inhalation; toxic in contact with skin; toxic if swallowed; irritating to the eyes; irritating to the respiratory system Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) Risk Statements: Contact with combustible material may cause fire; harmful if swallowed; contact with acids liberates toxic gas; irritating to the eyes; irritating to the respiratory system; very toxic to aquatic organisms; may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment Safety Statements: Contact with combustible material may cause fire; very toxic by inhalation; risk of
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