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* There will be at least a couple of alternate exams on the same day for each of the two exams. I will announce those alternate exam times, etc. approximately two weeks prior to the scheduled exam dates. * Even if you did not finish all of the experiments for Expt 1 (such as mp, TLC, IR, etc.), you will easily be able to finish up these next week while you work on Expt 2. Experiment 2 is also quite leisurely planned so that all of you will be able to finish up Experiments 1 and 2 in two weeks. In addition, in an anticipation of this kind of situation, the due date for each report is set as two weeks after the scheduled completion of each experiment. * I was scolded by a safety person in the department today. Apparently some of you have been throwing glass pipets into trash cans in the lab. This morning a custodian who was cleaning one of the 216 labs got stabbed by a glass pipet. All of those glass pipets should be put into white buckets for solid wastes. I don't want to be sued nor fired!! * I will be available this Sunday, 1:30 - 7 PM, in my office (Room 2525 Chem), if you have any 216 and/or 215 questions. =================================== Experiment 2 This experiment will require two labs (will start next week). The reagent we are going to use for the oxidation of secondary alcohols is not PCC. We will use bleach instead. Choose one of the four alcohols listed on page 5 of the lab manual. Use 500 mg of the alcohol you select and adjust the quantities of each of the reagents described in the experimental procedure given on page 5 of the lab manual. Since the reaction will be carried out in an aqueous system, it may be quite difficult to
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2010 for the course CHEM 216 taught by Professor Nolta during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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