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Unformatted text preview: ca5on Scenario: Your unknown compound melts at 97-100 C. Could be o-anisic acid (98 - 100 C) (A) Or could be 4-tert-butylphenol (98 - 101 C) (B) Try ______________________! Your compound is ____! What You're Doing in Lab 1. Calibra5on curve (known compounds) 2. Determine mel5ng point of unknowns 3. Try a mixed mel5ng point (known compounds) 4. Use mixed mel5ng point to confirm iden5ty of unknowns What's a Calibra5on Curve? Are thermocouples always accurate? Determine mel5ng point of two known compounds. Make ______ comparing theo...
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