Microscale Techniques for the Organic Laboratory,

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Title: Microscale Techniques for the Organic Laboratory
Author: by Dana W. Mayo, Peter K. Trumper, Ronald Pike, Samuels S. 
Year: (1991)



Covers the basic laboratory techniques of microscale organic chemistry. Beginning with an overview of lab safety, it goes on to cover equipment and techniques. Without touching on specific experiments, it includes a section on qualitative analysis. An introduction to and interpretation of IR theory and group frequencies is provided. Later sections cover NMR, 1H NMR spectra and 13C NMR spectroscopy. Also includes microscale amounts, which decrease the cost of chemicals, increase safety, improve air quality due to less waste disposal, and decrease the time needed to complete experiments. Content includes: General rules for the microscale lab organic chemistry lab Safety equipment and techniques physical properties Development of microscale techniques infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy ** More Info *** Microscale Techniques for the Organic Laboratory Pages: 285 pages Height: 10.0 in. Width: 7.3 in. Thickness: 0.5 in. Weight: 19.2 oz.
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