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Organic Analysis Techniques

by: Paola Venturini

Organic Analysis Techniques CHS 3501

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Organic Analysis Techniques, Chapters 5 & 6. Use powerpoints as supporting material
Forensic Science
Jeannette Perr
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Organic Analysis Techniques, Chapter 5, chapter 6, Forensic Science
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Date Created: 02/23/16
Organic Analysis Techniques Chromatography D color Individualize mixtures separated into their individual components Theory yellow amp blue D Twophase system a quotdissolvedquot substance will partition between the two phases with a de nite ratio at a given temperature Each quotdissolvedquot substance moves along the stationary phase at a different rate thereby leading to separation Liquid phase stand still like stationary yellow likes more 0 Gas phase constantly moving mobile blue likes more HOW MUCH COMPOUNDS ARE A39ITRACTED TO ONE THING OR ANOTHER Types of Chromatography Gas chromatography 0 Mobile phase carrier gas Nitrogen Hydrogen or Helium Problem Hydrogen is quot ammable Helium is expensive 0 Column in oven codes stationary phase 0 Separate out to their individual components 0 D detector 0 Good at separating many compounds 0 0 Liquid chromatography 0 High pressure liquid HPLC o Stationary phase Solid phase 0 Moving phase Highpressure Liquid 0 LC really good for explosives Thin Layer Chromatography 0 Mobile phase Thin layer 0 Paper Stationary phase 0 Capillary action mobile phase once it is stick together Electrophoresis o Electrons mobile phase 0 DNA the smaller the faster 0 DNA is negatively charged SPECTROMETRY allows to do quantitation ICEtrier gala uiauallly nier gen Looking at the light UVvis UV CAN39T IDENTIFY THE COMPOUND RAMAN Even one peak off you know is not the compound Cocaine crack Mass Spectrometry Similar to ICPMS the basic one lmit glows shoots electrons to the compounds Breaks bonds Takes molecules and breaks them apart Gamma more energy Energy increases Lang waveler39lg h Gamma rays x rays Ultravimen Infrared Micruwaves Ramiro waves Sham wavel en gt h Hliilgl39l frequency Low frequency Visible light When they move they absorb energy Detector E f k Radiation Recorder SDU I39CE Parts 0f 21 simple spectrophotometer


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