Lecture 7 Debromination 030410

Lecture 7 Debromination 030410 - Lab 8 Debromination of...

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Lab # 8 – Debromination of Stilbene
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Announcements No standard spectra has been provided  this week. The spectrum for  trans- stilbene is on blackboard.  All NMR spectra from this week should  be done and in the folders after class so  you can bring them on spring break. If it  isn’t there email your TA and ME asap.
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This Week… Out early  You keep the lab clean You made me  
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Why Debromination is Important Environmental implications Organic halides are indicators of anthropogenic pollution Totten, et. al  Environmental Science and Technology  (2001)  35,  2268 Zerovalent metals in the earth Zn 0 , Fe 0 , Cu 0 , Al 0 Breakdown of vicinal dibromides in the environment Synthetically useful for obtaining pure cholesterol We are being green and reusing compounds from Lab 6
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Single Electron Transfer (SET)
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2010 for the course CHEM 258 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '10 term at Wesleyan.

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Lecture 7 Debromination 030410 - Lab 8 Debromination of...

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