Sp11_Chem213_Syllabu - Chemistry 213 Organic Chemistry Lab S PRING 2011 Course Objective To learn and master fundamental organic chemistry

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Chemistry 213: Organic Chemistry Lab SPRING 2011 1 | P a g e Course Objective : To learn and master fundamental organic chemistry laboratory techniques, to perform synthetic reactions, work-ups, and purifications, to learn how to operate instrumentation and analyze spectral data, and to write original lab reports in a professional manner. Course Location: 205 and 215 Whitmore Lab Registrar Dates: Drop/Add Period Ends: 1/19/11, Late Drop Period Ends: 4/8/11. Faculty in charge : Dr. Sheryl Rummel Director of Undergraduate Instrumentation and Organic Labs Office: 211B Whitmore Phone: 867-2658 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: To Be Announced Course Website : ANGEL Required Materials : "Lab Guide for Chemistry 213: Introductory Organic Laboratory” Minard, Masters, Halmi, Williamson, and Bortiatynski, newest Edition published by Hayden McNeil. Organic Chemistry Laboratory Notebook - 8.5" x 11" white quadrille sheets with 120 tear-out and carbonless carbon pages, published by Hayden McNeil, 3rd edition. Eye Protection - Eye Protection is required at all times in the Organic Laboratory! See Information on Eye Protection in Chapter 2 of the lab guide. Organic Lab Equipment Kit of expendable items including 2 NMR tubes, 15 TLC plates, 12 vials, etc. This kit is available at the Penn State Bookstore. Combination or key lock Required Reading : You are required to read the lab guide throughout the semester. This guide has been written to provide you with essential information including scheduling of assignments, grading, academic dishonesty, and Checking-In to lab. Please read Chapters 1-3 before the first lab lecture (second lab meeting). Lab Safety : YOU MUST WEAR EYE PROTECTION IN THE FORM OF GOGGLES! If you use contact lenses, please let your TA know immediately. If you wear shorts or a top that exposes your midriff, you must purchase and wear a plastic lab apron to protect your midriff and legs. You CANNOT wear open-toe shoes in the lab! Course Content : See course schedule attached to this syllabus for specific deadlines and lab activities. 1. Technique Experiments**: There will be five (5) techniques experiments. Each technique will have a PreLab/Notebook Pages assignment. See Chapter 3 of your lab guide for guidelines and examples. Formal Final Reports will be submitted for Chapter 5 and Chapter 8 experiments. See Chapter 3 in your lab guide for details and examples. You will have (5) technique quizzes one at the start of each new technique lab (see schedule for dates); each is worth 50 points. These quizzes will consist of several questions that will test your preparedness for the experiment you are starting that day.
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Chemistry 213: Organic Chemistry Lab SPRING 2011 2 | P a g e 2. Synthetic Experiments**: There will be four (4) synthetic experiments assigned to each student. These experiments will consist of a natural product isolation, an ester synthesis, a condensation reaction, and one of a number of other relevant organic reactions. Synthetic experiments will be located on ANGEL and will be assigned before spring break.
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course PHYS 212 taught by Professor Mahlon,gregoryda during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Sp11_Chem213_Syllabu - Chemistry 213 Organic Chemistry Lab S PRING 2011 Course Objective To learn and master fundamental organic chemistry

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