CHE327lecture9

CHE327lecture9 - Announcements Ester experiment report is due this week week Notebook quiz#2 due in lab next week No office hours today Lidocaine

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Unformatted text preview: Announcements Ester experiment report is due this week week. Notebook quiz #2 due in lab next week No office hours today. Lidocaine Local Anesthetic N O N N N H Cl O N N H O N Lydocaine N H NO 2 Cl O Cl H N Cl NH 2 SnCl 2 H 2 O sodium acetate acetic acid O HCl, acetic acid H H N O N N O Cl N H 3 toluene At the end of the hour reflux what will likely be in your flask? Which would not be expected to be present? N H H A B C N O Cl N H 2 N O N N N H H N H D E O H Extraction – Separatory Funnel • The extraction process is always an area where product loss can occur. The multiple mechanical transfers allow for potential careless mistakes for potential careless mistakes. • To avoid common extraction disasters, remember the following: following: • Always check if stopcock is in the “closed” position before pouring into sep funnel. • Label all your flasks! • NEVER throw away any of your aqueous or unused layers until you are sure you do not need them....
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2009 for the course CHE 327 taught by Professor Josephlauher during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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CHE327lecture9 - Announcements Ester experiment report is due this week week Notebook quiz#2 due in lab next week No office hours today Lidocaine

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