Chemistry 273S2011 - Organic Chemistry Lab III Chem. 273...

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Organic Chemistry Lab III Chem. 273 Summer 2011 This is the third quarter of the yearlong Organic Chemistry sequence intended for science majors. This course includes multistep syntheses, advanced distillation and purification techniques with instrumentation emphasis. Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 243. Prerequisite: CHEM&242/272 and ENGL&101 with minimum grades of 2.0 or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading. If you do not have these prerequisites, you will be dropped from the class roster. Text: Mohrig, Hammond, Schatz Techniques in Organic Chemistry , 3 th edition. Required: A bound carbon-less copy notebook and safety goggles Lab Lectures: W 10:15 – 11:15 Room: 2703 Lab: M 10:30 – 2:20 Room: 2710 Clean up Patrol: Each week two students will be asked to be the “Clean up Patrol”. This will involve checking that everyone has returned the equipment to the appropriate place; that balances are clean and turned off, benches have been cleaned and all reagents put away. There will be a small % of the grade awarded for this task. Lab write-ups: The duplicate page of title, purpose, procedure, a complete list of all chemicals used (with structures and hazards), and data collected before and during the lab period in your lab notebook will be turned in as you leave the lab. Additional post lab calculations and questions, etc. is due one week after the completion of the experiment. Late reports will be graded down by 20% per day. All reports will be on in your lab notebooks in ink. Entries are made as you take down the data directly into the notebook. All pages must be dated and voided correctly. At the conclusion of each write-up, please sign your name and write in the date of completion, and draw a diagonal line through the empty part and void written on its. Grading: Pre-labs and Data sections: Each week 4 randomly selected items will be chosen to be graded by the instructor for a total of 10 points possible. Qualitative and/or quantitative data, format, significant figures, units, instrument type and number, etc. could be checked. The student will not know what items will be checked until after they turn in their data sheets. Extra credit will sometimes be available. If a student comments on another student’s data sheets,
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