IMG_0001_NEW_0042 - Example NaOCI 2.3 mL 1 6 mmol 45 oC'15...

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DEPARTMENT OF T]HEMISTRY 1. Title of the experiment, date, and lab partners name (when working in pairs). 2. Purpose: provide a short statement of the purpose of the experiment in your own words. 3. Chemical reactions: use structural formula to write balanced chemical equations for the main chemical reactions. Write the reaction conditions (solvent, temperature, catalysts, etc.) over the arrou,s. Calculate the theoretical yield of the desired product in mmoi and mg. Clearll.identifl'the limiting reagent'
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Unformatted text preview: Example: NaOCI 2.3 mL 1 6 mmol 45 oC. '15 min Cyclohexanol 150 mg 1.5 mmol limiting reagent Theoretical yield: 1.5 mmol of cyclohexanone (MW: 98.14) can be formed: 1.5 mmol x 98.14 glmol: 0.147 g (147 mg) 4. Table of physical constants: make a table of physical constants for all the materials used and made in the experiment. Prepare this table from literature r.alues before class. OH ,\ (, o ll a) \-./ Cyclohexan l:\1{r'\ 1l?ii:R r:).1\.'lli'iil! Til:NXING OF IljF wilRll-:...
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