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d_alder_report - 1 limiting reactant(yes no N/A III RESULTS...

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DIELS-ALDER REPORT FORMAT Reports due Monday, September 13 Your report may be typed or, if you write neatly and clearly, handwritten. It must be stapled . It should include: I. RXN EQUATION 22 points With reactant/product structures, solvent/inorganics/conditions above/below rxn arrow. Do your best with the bicyclic product…which can be hard to draw. Show BOTH rxns: the one I did, and you one you did. II. REACTION TABLE: for your rxn only 1 point per cell; 33 total points a. Complete the cells, including the names of the compounds (first column). If a parameter is not applicable, indicate by writing “N/A”; don’t leave any cells blank: formula MW (g/mol ) density(“d”; g/cm 3 ) d source mL g mol LR 1 T. yield (g) Literature m.p./b.p. ( o C) (name of reactant- 1) (name of reactant- 2) (name of product)
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Unformatted text preview: 1 limiting reactant (yes, no, N/A) III. RESULTS 3 points per cell; 21 total points a. Complete the table. Contrast your experimental m.p. against the true, or “literature”, value. Identify the source/reference of your literature data: Exptl m.p. ( o C) Lit. m.p. ( o C) Lit. source Yield (g) Appearance % Yield (name of product) IV. QUESTIONS 8 points per question; 24 total points a. Was your experiment successful? Why do you think it was….or wasn’t? What information can you interpret from your mp determination? b. How certain are you of the identity of the compound you isolated? c. What side-products might have formed? Could the desired product have reacted in a second Diels-Alder rxn? What would this reaction…and product…look like?...
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