Checklist for Lab Report 3 - TLC.docx - Chem 4010\/6010 Checklist for Lab Report#3(TLC This report covers the Thin Layer Chromatography experiment It

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Chem 4010/6010- Checklist for Lab Report #3 (TLC)This report covers the Thin Layer Chromatography experiment. It should be written in the standard ACS style, and organized into the following sections: 1. Title, 2. Abstract, 3. Introduction, 4. Experimental, 5. Results and Discussion, 6. Conclusions, and7. References.Sections 4-5 can be subdivided by individual experiments. The report is written using the 3rdperson passive voice.1. Title(5 pts)should be informative and should reflect the content and emphasis of the experiments covered in the report. The title should contain essential key words. It is placed on the first, separate, page along with your name, affiliation (school, department, city), semester, and course information.2. Abstract(5 pts) In about 3-5 sentences briefly describe the objective of this report, the experimental technique and conditions used, the principal findings, and the conclusions. It should be written last to accurately reflect the content of the report. Note: A primary objective of an abstract is to communicate to the reader the essence of the paper. It should provide enough information to describe the important features of the paper in the absence of the rest of the document. The reader will then be the judge of whether to read the full report or not. 3. Introduction(15 pts) The purpose of Introduction is to give the theory and background information about the topic of the experiments covered in the report. Support your statements with appropriate literature references, numbered in the chronological order. This number should be placed either in parentheses (x) or as superscriptxafter the passage that the reference is supporting.Cover the theory of thin layer chromatography (TLC). Briefly discuss the principle of TLC. What type of TLC (normal or reversed phase) was used in this experiment? What stationary phase and mobile phase combination can be used for separation in this experiment? Which phase is relatively
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