Basic Techniques of Preparative Organic Chemistry - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080123073, 9781483213774

Basic Techniques of Preparative Organic Chemistry

1st Edition

Authors: William Sabel
Editors: Robert Robinson
eBook ISBN: 9781483213774
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 206
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Description

Basic Techniques of Preparative Organic Chemistry covers a detailed guide for carrying out the procedures commonly needed in preparative organic chemistry. The book discusses the nature of organic reactions; the basic principles of preparative organic chemistry; unit operations; and good laboratory practice. The text then provides a review of apparatus and equipment and describes the potential hazards involved in a chemical operation, such as toxicity, bodily injuries, smoking, fire, explosion, and implosion. Techniques and unit operations for carrying out a reaction and for isolating and purifying a reaction product; and the criteria for and methods of assessing purity are also considered. The book further tackles packing and storing products and samples and making reports and communications. Students taking organic chemistry courses will find the text useful.

Table of Contents

PREFACE

Chapter 1: GENERAL INTRODUCTION

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The Nature of Organic Reactions

Basic Principles of Preparative Organic Chemistry

Unit Operations

Reports and Communications

Good Laboratory Practice

Yields and Losses—Their Calculation and Importance

Chapter 2: REVIEW OF APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT

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Glassware

Ground-glass Fittings

Corks and Bungs

Size of Apparatus

Cleaning and Drying Glassware

Chapter 3: HAZARDS

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Toxicity

Bodily Injuries

Smoking

Fire

Explosion

Implosion

General Attitude to Hazards

Chapter 4: TECHNIQUES AND UNIT OPERATIONS FOR CARRYING OUT A REACTION

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General Principles

Materials Handling

Assembly of Apparatus

Heat Transfer

Chapter 5: TECHNIQUES AND UNIT OPERATIONS FOR ISOLATING AND PURIFYING A REACTION PRODUCT

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Distillation

Extraction

Recrystallization

Precipitation

Filtration

Chapter 6: DRYING

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Drying Solids

Drying Liquids

Drying Gases

Chapter 7: CRITERIA OF PURITY

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Determination of a Melting Point

Mixed Melting Points: Identifying a Compound

Refractive Index

Chromatography

Chapter 8: PACKING AND STORING PRODUCTS AND SAMPLES

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Solids

Liquids

Labels for Samples, etc

Chapter 9: REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

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APPENDIX: SPECIMEN LABORATORY NOTEBOOK RECORDS

Details

No. of pages:
206
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1967
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483213774

About the Author

William Sabel

About the Editor

Robert Robinson

Affiliations and Expertise

Recently retired from editorship of Canadian Security magazine