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Chemistry Lab 123: Study Guide – Final Quiz Calculating Yields : % yield = actual yield (experimental) x 100 theoretical yield (calculated maximum) Melting Point of a Solid : Gas Chromatography : -separating mixtures and isolating pure substances. Liquid Mass : mass (g) Volume (mL) = density (g/mL)
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Solvent Extraction: a. Liquid-Liquid Extraction: b. Partition Coefficient Calculations: c. Drying of the Wet Organic Layer: d. Separation of Acids and Bases:
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Distillation: a. Simple Distillation at the Semimicroscale Level Isolation of Natural Products: Alkaloids: a. Classification of Alkaloids: E1 Elimination Reaction:
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Dehydration: a. reaction: Bromination: a. reaction: Crystallization: a. Hirsch funnel
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Catalytic Hydrogenation:
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Unformatted text preview: a. reaction: b. catalysts: Column Chromatography: Hydroboration: Questions: What is chromatography? What is the mobile phase in gas chromatography? What is retention time? What is fractional distillation? When is fractional distillation used? What are alkaloids? What is sublimation? What is the purpose of anhydrous sodium sulfate? What are natural products? What is redistillation? What is an elimination reaction? What is dehydration? Dehydration reaction of 2-Butanol to yield 1-Butene, trans-2-Butene, and cis-2-Butene: What is bromination? What is catalytic hydrogenation? What are the catalysts? What is the purpose of NaBH2? What is hydroboration?...
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