ShortReport-Suzuki.pdf - Experiment 7 Suzuki Coupling — Instructions for Short Lab Report CHEM:2410 Preparation of the Report(a Cover Page use

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Experiment 7: Suzuki Coupling — Instructions for Short Lab Report CHEM:2410 Preparation of the Report (a) Cover Page -- use template posted on ICON (b) Results and Discussion: ( No more than one page, handwritten in the lab notebook is acceptable. ) From all the information that you have at your disposal (IR, melting point, yield) discuss whether or not the experiment was successful, relative to the purpose you wrote in your prelab. Compare to literature values where appropriate, and cite your references. The discussion should include evidence of both identity and purity of the phenylsalicylic acid product. Use melting point and IR data as evidence. Two likely impurities are water and unreacted iodosalicylic acid; use the IR spectrum of iodosalicylic acid to identify diagnostic peaks which would indicate whether it is present in your product sample. If other identifiable impurities are seen, this should also be noted. For this short report, tables of IR assignments (examples in Lab Manual Chapter 5) are to be written directly on the spectrum, and do not need to be included in the one-page Results and
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Unformatted text preview: Discussion section. When needed, refer to them by writing “see Appendix B”. (c) Appendix A: Show the calculation of % yield. Instructions on this are posted on ICON. (d) Appendix B: Attach IR spectrum of your product as Appendix B, with diagnostic peak assignment table written on spectrum. Submission Instructions • Compile all pages in the order shown above , and staple. If the pages are out of order there will be a 3-point deduction. • Do not include the prelab or experimental observation notebook pages which were previously collected in the lab. Those will be attached by the TA after you submit your report. • Submit your report to your TA. Instructions for those who were unable to obtain their own product sample: Use the IR spectrum from a typical student product sample (posted on ICON) in preparing your report, and cite the source of the spectrum using the internet citation format as shown in Chapter 6.1....
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