Crystallization

Crystallization - procedure for each part. Include tables...

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LANEY COLLEGE CHEM 12A Version 2.0, 8/15/05 Crystallization Reading Experiment 2 in Pavia (Parts A, B, and C). See the Required Reading for the experiment (i.e., read through Techniques 8, 9, and 11 in Pavia before class). General Crystallization is the most common method used to purify solid organic chemical compounds. The purpose of this experiment is to learn the basic procedures involved in performing this type of purification. Also you will learn how to obtain a melting point – the primary means of determining purity of a solid organic substance. Additionally, you will learn a technique known as mixed-melting point. Prelab Include your Name, the Date, a Title for the experiment, a Purpose, and a brief Outline of the essential
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Unformatted text preview: procedure for each part. Include tables in your notebook to enter your observations about the experiment (for Parts A, B, and C). Show the structure of all of the compounds mentioned in the experiment. Perform the Prelab calculation for Part A. Procedure Follow the procedures for Parts A through C in the text. Note your observations as you proceed with each part directly into your notebook . To Complete the Experiment Once you have completed all parts of the experiment answer the questions in the Report section Part A.1, all of Part B, and Part C. Also answer the questions from the Questions section, numbers 1 and 3....
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2010 for the course CHEM 12A taught by Professor Corlett during the Spring '07 term at Laney College.

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