Chemistry 30A3 Fall 2011 Labs Dr. Troendle 19

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Chemical Biology 3OA3, September 2009 Page 19 General Outline Title Date References : Only include sources you have examined. Purpose: A one sentence description of the experiment being performed. *Equations: If any. It is often convenient to indicate amounts of materials, etc. under the equation. * Procedure : See next page. * Results: Yield, properties of product (m.p., b.p., colour, etc.) Calculation of % yield. Draw TLC plates. Conclusions: Only some laboratories require conclusions. In preparative experiments, usually results speak for themselves. In problem-based labs, give a one-to-
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Unformatted text preview: two sentence conclusion, e.g. the product was the α-anomer (expt.2). Often problems are posed at the end of the instruction sheets and these should be briefly answered at this point. Rough Work : One way of organizing your notebook is to use the left-hand page for weighings, calculation of quantities, etc., and the right-hand page for the main description of each experiment. *If the laboratory involves a sequence of reactions, it is usually best to write out the equation, procedure and results of each separately....
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