The percent of oil in nutmeg was 24.1%. The percent of trimyristin in nutmeg oil was 48.65%.
The recrystallized sample was very pure because it had a melting point very close to that of pure
trimyristin. Some sources of product loss was from th
1. When analyzing the composition of a mixture of butane, octane, and decane, one would use the
nonpolar column because all of the compounds are non-polar. Also, the compounds should elute
by butane first, octane second, and decane last because b
Method: A slide was prepared.
Depict the specimen: Using a magnification of 40x, this organism has flagella as well chloroplast
dynamics that places this in their taxonomic group.
When choosing the solvents for the column separation, one must first compare the results from
the TLC plate. The TLC plate that had acetyl ferrocene move rapidly, while the diacetyl ferrocene did not
travel is the first compound one must choose
Based on the conditions of this reaction, it undergoes an S N2 mechanism because the reaction
has a polar aprotic solvent. If there is a polar aprotic solvent, the reaction only undergoes S n2. Based on
the TLC, the reactant did react and a pro
The purity of the compounds I extracted from the liquids were very good except for
benzoin. The benzoic acid was 2 degrees above its pure melting point, Ethyl 4-aminobenzoate was 3
degrees below its pure melting point and benzoin
1) 9-fluorenone is probably not the correct compound, even if the compound is not pure the
melting point should not be 20 degrees less than the literature melting point. The other
two compounds, p-anisic acid and 3-chloro
I determined each unknown by carefully looking at all the data collected. One may
determine the Molecular ion peak by looking at the GM data. The last peak is the mass of the
compound. After determining the mass, one may look for Br or Cl throu
- Common Polyatomie Ions -
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nitrite hydrogen oarhonateT
hydrogen sulfate* perohlorate
The Generation of Electricity
What is a galvanometer?
A tool to measure and detect small electric currents.
What is a transformer?
An machine for reducing or increasing the voltage of an alternating current.
When the output voltage from the secondary coil