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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LANEY COLLEGE CHEM 12A Version 2.0, 8/15/05 Solubility Reading Experiment 1 in Pavia (Parts A, B, C, and D). See the Required Reading for the experiment (i.e., read through Techniques 5 and 10 in Pavia before class). General Understanding the solubility characteristics of organic solids and liquids is vital to gaining experience in handling compounds in the organic chemistry laboratory. Also vital, is learning the appropriate terms applied to the observation of mixing different materials: soluble vs. insoluble, miscible vs. immiscible. This experiment explores the solubility behavior of a selection of different organic compounds, liquids and solids, each with a different type of functional group. Prelab Include your Name, the Date, a Title for the experiment (e.g., Solubility), a Purpose, and a brief Outline of the essential procedure for each part.
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Unformatted text preview: Include tables in your notebook to enter your observations about the experiment (for Parts A, B, C, and D). These must be in your notebook before you can start the experiment. Note: instead of ethyl 4-aminobenzoate in Part D, we will be using 4’-aminoacetophenone. Procedure Work in pairs. Follow the procedures for Parts A through D 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 your tables should be completely filled in. Answer the questions from the section entitled REPORT, Parts A-D (your results should already be in the tables from your prelab, so you do not need to repeat the tables), and answer Question 1 in the following section (p.14). The answers to these questions will be your Conclusion for the experiment....
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