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vii Preface, v CHAPTER-1: LABORATORY SAFETY AND ORIENTATION, 1 1.1. SAFETY VIDEO, 1.2. CHECK-IN, 1.3. HAZARDS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB, 1.4. ESSENTIAL SAFETY PROTOCOLS, 1.4.1. Personal Outfit, 1.4.2. Eye Protection, 1.4.3. Emergency Information, 1.4.4. Common Safety Symbols, 1.4.5. Working with Chemicals, 1.4.5.1. Organic Solvents, 1.4.5.2. Organic Compounds, 1.4.5.3. Inorganic Acids, 1.4.5.4. Inorganic Compounds, 1.4.6. Materials Safety Data Sheet, 1.4.7. Waste Disposal, 1.4.8. Clean-up, 1.5. GUIDELINES FOR LAB REPORT, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, CHAPTER-2: CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS-I, 2.1. INTRODUCTION, 2.2. INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY, 2.2.1. Principles and Applications, 2.2.2. Instrumentation, 2.2.3. Sample Preparation, 2.2.4. Interpretation of IR Spectra, 2.3. ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE SPECTROMETRY, 2.3.1. Principles and Applications, 2.3.2. Instrumentation, 2.3.3. Sample Preparation, 2.3.4. Interpretation of UV-Vis Spectra, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, CHAPTER-3: CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS-II, 3.1. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROMETRY, 3.1.1. Principles and Applications, 3.1.2. Instrumentation, 3.1.3. Sample Preparation, 3.1.4. Interpretation of NMR Spectra, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, CHAPTER-4: CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS-III, 4.1. GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY, 4.1.1. Principles and Applications, 4.1.2. Instrumentation, 4.1.3. Sample Preparation, 4.1.4. Interpretation of Chromatograms, 4.2. MASS SPECTROMETRY, 4.2.1. Principles and Applications, 4.2.2. Instrumentation, 4.2.3. Sample Preparation, 4.2.4. Interpretation of Mass Spectra, 4.3. HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY, 4.3.1. Principles and Applications, 4.3.2. Instrumentation, 4.3.3. Sample Preparation, 4.3.4. Interpretation of Chromatograms, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, CHAPTER 5: SYNTHESIS OF ETHERS, 5.1. BACKGROUND, 5.2. ALLYLATION OF PHENOL, 986 5.2.1. Reaction Stoichiometry, 5.2.2. Materials, 5.2.3. Glassware and Accessories, Contents
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viii 5.2.4. Experimental Procedure, 5.2.5. Purification, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, OH + Br K2CO3 DMF / 2 h O Phenol Allyl bromide Allyl phenyl ether 110 o C 5.3. ALKYLATION OF 2,6-DIMETHYLPHENOL, 5.3.1. Reaction Stoichiometry, 5.3.2. Materials, 5.3.3. Glassware and Accessories, 5.3.4. Experimental Procedure, 5.3.5. Purification, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, 25 o C OH CH 3 CH 3 + DEAD / PPh 3 THF / 15 min O CH3 CH 3 2,6-Dimethylphenol Neopentyl alcohol 2,6-Dimethylphenyl neopentyl ether HO Sonication CHAPTER 6: CYCLOADDITION REACTIONS, 6.1. BACKGROUND, 6.2. CYCLOADDITION OF ANTHRACENE, 6.2.1. Reaction Stoichiometry, 6.2.2. Materials, 6.2.3. Glassware and Accessories, 6.2.4. Experimental Procedure, 6.2.5. Purification, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, + Ethylene glycol Anthracene N-Methylmaleimide 140 o C / 1 h N O O CH3 N O O H H CH3 DA Adduct 6.3. CYCLOADDITION OF 2,3-DIMETHYLBUTA-1,3- DIENE, 1120 6.3.1. Reaction Stoichiometry, 6.3.2. Materials, 6.3.3. Glassware and Accessories, 6.3.4. Experimental Procedure, 6.3.5. Purification, Pre-lab Assignment, Data Collections Laboratory Questions, H3C H3C + Ethylene glycol 2,3-Dimethylbuta-1,3-diene N-Methylmaleimide 170 o C / 1 h N O O CH3 DA Adduct N O
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