216 H W10-characterization

216 H W10-characterization - Characterization For each of...

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Characterization For each of the compounds that you synthesize in lab, you will need to choose which of the following data you should compile: 1 H-NMR spectrum (samples prepared in lab; run outside of lab) IR spectrum (run in lab) UV-vis spectrum (run in lab) (No acetone or organic solvents in the plastic cuvets! Organic solvents can dissolve plastic.) Melting point (if solid) TLC Training for NMR, IR, and UV-Vis will take place the first three weeks of lab. What do I do if I don’t have enough time or material to do all of these? If you run out of time or material, then you get the chance to do some decision making. You have to convince your GSI that you made your target product, so which technique will give you the best data to make the best argument and write the best discussion section for your lab report. What do I do with all of those spectra? Each completed spectrum should be labeled with the name of the person who recorded the data, the molecular structure and name of the compound, and the collection conditions (neat or solid on a Diamond ATR machine). Make judgments about the spectra you collect—is the spectrum clear?
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course CHEM 215 taught by Professor Koreeda during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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