Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHE 276
Popular in Course
Popular in Chemistry
This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Houston Schiller on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CHE 276 at Syracuse University taught by Nancy Totah in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 131 views. For similar materials see /class/225657/che-276-syracuse-university in Chemistry at Syracuse University.
Reviews for Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
You can buy or earn more Karma at anytime and redeem it for class notes, study guides, flashcards, and more!
Date Created: 10/21/15
Organic Chemistry Lab CHE 276 Fall 2008 Final Exam Information amp Study Guide Review Session A review session will be held Wednesday December 3rd at 345pm in Grant Auditorium This will be a question and answer session Please come prepared to ask questions Final Exam Date Tuesday December 9 2008 Time 500 700 pm Room last name begins with A Ce 1 14 Hall of Languages last name begins with Ch G Kittridge Auditorium HBC last name begins with H 2 Grant Auditorium Rules for the Exam 1 Students must take the exam in the room to which they are assigned above 2 Backpacks should be brought to the front of the room 3 Please sit every other seat 4 You are required to do your own work You may not consult with others use any notes or outside materials during the exam 5 No cell phones calculators blackberries iPODs etc are allowed These items must be turned off and put away if you bring them to the exam room 6 Cheating in any form will not be tolerated If you cheat on the final you will receive a zero on the exam and may receive an F in the course A letter reporting the incident will also be submitted to the Dean in accordance with the academic integrity policies of Syracuse University 7 The exam should be taken in blue or black ink Do not use red If you use pencil your exam will not be regraded 8 All hats should be removed 9 You must show a photo id when you turn in your exam 10 Failure to comply with the rules of the exam may result in your expulsion from the exam room Organic Chemistry Lab CHE 276 Fall 2008 Final Exam Information amp Study Guide About the Final The final exam is comprehensive and will cover material encountered in experiments 1 9 This is a closed book written exam The format is short answer Below is a general overview of the important topics we have covered in each experiment This overview is by no means exhaustive but may help you to identify areas of study This final exam will test your ability to interpret experimental data and your understanding of general concepts amp the theory behind the techniques we have learned over the course of the semester You may be asked to execute simple calculations of the type we have encountered this semester No calculators will be required nor are they allowed You should also have a general understanding of the reactions we ran this semester Be sure to look over the questions that accompanied each lab report Answers are posted on the course web site Some topics that stand out when looking over the material include the following Exp 1 Thin Layer Chromatography basic technique of TLC 9 dos and don39ts relationship between the stationary amp the mobile phase factors that influence separation amp rate of elution substrate interactions with the mobile phase solvent polarity visualization of TLC plates Rf values definition effect of TLC plate length solvent polarity compound functionality calculation utility of TLC Exp 2 Recrystallization amp Melting Point basic technique of recrystallization 9 dos and don39ts use in the purification of soli s good vs bad recrystallization solvents collecting crystals recovery calculation basic technique of melting point 9 dos and don39ts use of melting point to identify compounds melting point as an indicator of purity factors than influence melting point Exp 3 Distillation basic technique of distillation 9 dos and don39ts simple vs fractional distillation utility apparatus temperature vs time behavior phase diagrams theory of separation over gt Exp 4 Extraction basic technique of extraction 9 dos and don39ts distribution coefficient separation of mixtures protocols for separating weakstrong organic acids organic bases neutral compounds reactions that allow separation identifying organic vs aqueous layers use of IR to distinguish carboxylic acids amp phenols Exp 5 Column Chromatography basic technique of column chromatography 9 dos and don39ts background amp theory basis for separation order of elution relationship to TLC use of IR to identify ketones Exp 6 Nucleophilic Substitution predict SNI vs 8N2 reactivity based on structure leaving group reaction temperature solvent polarity with Nal in acetone with AgNO3 in ethanol side reactions Exp 7 Dehydration amp Gas Chromatography dehyd ratiom of alcohols reaction amp mechanism yield calculations identification of limiting reagent theoretical yield percent yield gas chromatography basis for separation interpreting the chromatograph retention time determining component ratios use of IR to distinguish alcohols amp alkenes Exp 8 Synthesis of an Alkyne from an Alkene bromination amp dehydrobromination reactions yield calculations as above overall yield use of TLC to evaluate reaction success Exp 9 Isolation 8 Identification of an Unknown review techniques as above use of IR to distinguish carboxylic acids amp phenols use of mp and tlc to identify unknown
Are you sure you want to buy this material for
You're already Subscribed!
Looks like you've already subscribed to StudySoup, you won't need to purchase another subscription to get this material. To access this material simply click 'View Full Document'