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Name:_ Ryan Montgomery Due Date:_ 6/18/09 Date Received:____________ Organic Chemistry Lab Report Form 1. Name of Experiment: 2. Purpose of Experiment: 3. Balanced Equation(s) for Main Reaction(s) show catalysts, if applicable: 4. Summary of Experimental Procedure: (brief and concise, do not copy from lab manual) 5. Sketch of Experimental Apparatus: 6. Chemicals used: (provide reference for information) Chemical Name Alternate Name* Chemical Formula Molecul ar Weight Boili ng Point * Melti ng Point * Refracti ve Index* Densit y* Hazards/ Precautio ns Proper Disposal Acetanili de n- Phenylaceta mide C8H9N O 135.1 6 g/mol 304 C 113- 115 C Toxic, causes skin, eye, respirat ory irritation Profession al disposal company Activated Carbon Activated Charcoal C 12.01 g/mol 420 0 C 365 2- 369 7 C Eye and respirat
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Unformatted text preview: ory system irritation Profession al disposal company Dihydrog en Oxide Water H2O 18.00 g/mol 100. 0 C 0.0 C Non-hazardo us Flush non-contaminat ed water to sewer, if contaminat ed use profession al waste disposal company * if applicable 7. Data: Reactant(s) Molecular Weight Density (for liquids) Mass used (grams) Moles used Product Amount 8. Limiting Reactant: (show calculation to determine) 9. Theoretical Yield: (grams) 10. Actual Yield: (grams) 11. Percentage Yield: 12. Observed Physical Properties of Product: (compare to literature values listed above in table) 13. Results of Experiment: 14. Conclusions and Summary: (include assigned questions, if applicable)...
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