Chapter 9: Alkenes
Naming alkenes for their reactivity:
Lipids: more non-systematic names
Remember how to make alkenes? (chapters 8 and 9)
Now what can we do with them?
Electrophilic addition reactions:
Consider what the electronic structure of an alkene
Experiment 3: Cyclic Voltammetry
(Dated: July 7, 2010)
Redox reactions of quinone compounds have found application in many areas of chemistry and biology, such as
photosynthesis , anthracycline cytostatic drugs , and wood and paper c
3R QUEST SDN BHD was established in November 2001 to provide advisory and scheduled
waste management services. 3R QUEST is licensed by the Department of Environment
(DOE) for the collection, transport and treatment of Schedule
Redox Lab Essay
Hypothesis- My hypothesis was I would be able to rank a series of elements according to their strength as
reducing agents or oxidizing agents by observing if reactions took place.
Procedure- To start the procedure, we placed six different
1. What is the volume of a liquid with a density of 1.5 g/ml and a mass of 78g?
2. What is the mass of an object with a density of 5.7 g/cm3 and a volume of 48 ml?
3. What is the density of 253.23 g of water?
4. Calculate the volume of a liquid that has a
Determining the number of significant figures present in a number
1. Any non-zero integers are always counted as significant figures.
2. Leading zeros are those that precede all of the non-zero digits and are never counted as
Drawings and Graphs in Microsoft Word
Inserting drawings and graphs into Microsoft Word documents is an important skill to have, not only for
Chemistry, but for your other classes as well. You will also almost certainly have to complete
Instructor: J.T. Sipowska
Attention: Clicker questions scores recorded at the first and second lecture will be
posted in the CTools gradebook but they will be dropped at the end of the term. It is
however recommended that you
(Lab 1) Measurement and Uncertainty: Density, volume, and propagation of error
Dealing with uncertainty
When we make measurements of the physical world, can we know the true quantity? The accuracy
of a measurement (how close it is to the true value) and t
(Lab 6) Extraction of Caffeine: ranking various teas and coffees by drug content
Caffeine is one of three legal, mind-altering drugs available in the U.S without a prescription. Two
common sources of this drug are tea and coffee, both of whic
E cell = E cell
PV = nRT
R = 0.08206
Propagation of uncertainty for addition/subtraction: z= ( x) +( y )
Propagation of uncertainty for multiplication/division: z=z (
x 2 y 2
( L atm)
Post-Lab Assignment: Lab 6
Print this out and write all answers. Due in lab the week of November 9. Show all of your work.
1. Draw your TLC Plate (do not paste a picture of it here). Comment on the purity of your
crude product. Is it primarily caffeine?
Ideal Gas Law Lab
Hypothesis- If we make a mixture of glucose and yeast and measure the reaction, then we can
determine the amount of ATP that is present based on the CO produced from the reduction of the glucose.
Procedure- We first filled a large tub
Due: 8/06/2014 at the beginning of class
1. What is the objective of this lab?
The objective of this lab is to characterize the behavior of galvanic cells and to determine the
concentration of an unknown solution sample.
2. List th
Tutorial (Chapter 3) Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
a) Explain the differences between the following agents used in atomic absorption and
b) Why is source