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CHEMISTRY 353 LABORATORY MANUAL WINTER 2009 WINTER LABORATORY SESSIONS START JAN 12th 2009 WORK IN PROGRESS A.S. Causton, E. A. Dixon & I.R. Hunt DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Last revision : Feb 23rd 2009
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Outline 2. Laboratory Coordinator 3. Academic Integrity 4. Attendance at the Laboratory 5. Missed Laboratory Sections 6. Grading 7. Preparing for the Laboratory 8. Laboratory Notebooks 9. Laboratory Reports 10. Safety and Waste Management a. Regulations b. WHMIS c. Safe Laboratory Practice d. Waste Disposal 11. Check In / Out Procedures and Department of Chemistry Breakage Policy 12. Useful References for Practical Organic Chemistry 13. CHEM 353 Homepage 14. TA Office Hours 15. Introduction to the Experiments Appendices : Equipment List Table of properties of common acids used in the laboratory Table of properties of common organic solvents Temporary Change of Laboratory Section Form Useful equipment volumes Spectroscopic tables H-NMR C-NMR I R
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1 EXPERIMENTAL SCHEDULE WINTER 2009 WEEK DATES NOTES PRACTICAL WORK 1 Jan 12 - 16 Check In & Orientation 2 Jan 19 - 23 1 : Hydrolysis of Sucrose 3 Jan 26 - 30 2 : Polymers and plastics 4 Feb 2 - 6 3 : Synthesis of Biodiesel 5 Feb 9 - 13 4 : Grignard reaction 6 Feb 16 - 20 READING WEEK No laboratory 7 Feb 23 - 27 6 : Aldol reaction 8 Mar 2 - 6 5 : Selectivity using sodium borohydride 9 Mar 9 - 13 MID-TERM WEEK No laboratory 10 Mar 16 - 20 11 Mar 23 - 27 12 Mar 30 - Apr 3 7 : Identification of Unknowns 13 Apr 6 - 10 Check Out Laboratory skills test
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2 Techniques (alphabetical) Pages Boiling point Determination (micro method) T 5 Chromatography (gas) T 13 Chromatography (thin layer) T 13 Decolourisation with charcoal T 2.3 Distillation (fractional) T 10 Distillation (simple) T 10 Drying organic solutions T 7 Extraction T 6 Filtration (simple) Filtration (hot) T 3.2 T 3.2 Filtration (vacuum) T 3.3 Fluted filter paper T 3.1 Greasing glass joints T 11 Heat sources T 1 Melting Point Determination (Mel-Temp) T 4.2 Melting Point Determination (Thiele tube) T 4.4 Recrystallisation T 2 Reflux apparatus T 12 Rotary Evaporation T 8 Sublimation T 9 Yield Calculations T 14
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1 WHY ONLINE PDF ? Since the Fall 2006, Chem 351 and 353 manuals have been made available as a series of online PDF documents. Various factors drove this decision. We wanted to be able to include colour pictures of apparatus and equipment and we wanted to be able to maximise the time we had in order to prepare the manual and be able to revise and update the experiments for the start of each semester - print deadlines were too early to allow any kind of evolution. The PDF version eliminates the cost to students at the bookstore. We don't expect you to print all the pages, some can just be read online ( e.g. the background information), but you should print out the pages that describe the experimental techniques and the procedures and bring these to the laboratory sessions. A similar approach has been used in Chem 555
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2009 for the course CHEM CHEM 353 taught by Professor Harding during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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