Concerned with two forms of hydrogenation: heterogeneous (catalyst insoluble) and
homogeneous (catalyst soluble)
Catalyst insoluble in reaction medium
Reactions take place on catalyst surface
Rate of reaction and
Matrix Assisted Laser
Time of Flight
Invented by F. Hillenkamp in 1991
Deals with thermo-labile, non-volatile organic compounds and
those of high molecular mass.
Used in for the analysis of proteins, pep
High Performance Liquid
Instrumentation & Applications
High pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) is an
advanced form of liquid chromatography used to
separate the components of
Gas Chromatography Mass
Pritam Singh - 11111031
Jitendra Kumar - 11111016
Table of Content
Historical background of GC-MS
Principle of GC-MS
Sampling and operating conditions
Instructions for the Quiz III.
The final quiz for EMT-1 shall be held online during the evening hours of November 22, 2016 in the CC.
Following are the rules and regulations :1. The quiz will be conducted in 2 batches.
2. 1st Batch exam runs from 6:30 pm
Course Name :Organic Chemistry I
Course Code: CHEM F212
Dr. Rashmi Chauhan & Dr. Subhadheep Banerjee
R. T. Morrison, R. Boyd and S. K. Bhattacharjee, Organic
Chemistry, 7th edition.
Kinetic Isotope Effects (K.I.E.):
the rate of a reaction changes with an isotopic substitution
At first glance, this might seem counterintuitive because an isotopic substitution
does not influence the potential energy surface
Hammett Correlations and Their Applications in
Elucidating Reaction Mechanism
Stoltz Group Literature Seminar
July 17, 2003 at 12pm
log kob s 2.9
Thin Layer Chromatoghraphy
in Pollution Monitoring
By :- Anupriya Tripathi (11111003)
Prashasti Goadra (11111030)
TLC is a type of liquid chromatography technique used for
separation of non-volatile compounds.
It consists o