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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 wasnt? 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 reactionand productlook like?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2010 for the course CHEM 10258 taught by Professor Dr.doodoohead during the Spring '10 term at Gwinnett Technical College.
- Spring '10