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Organic Chemistry I Lab

by: Gavin Harvey

Organic Chemistry I Lab CHEM 278

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gavin Harvey on Friday October 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 278 at University of Idaho taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see /class/227958/chem-278-university-of-idaho in Chemistry at University of Idaho.


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Date Created: 10/23/15
EXAMPLE OF THE CORRECT FORMAT TO BE USED FOR REPORTING YOUR EXPERIMENTAL DATA E t ll H H E Me E 1a E C02Me Tetramethyl 1 ethyl 5 methyl cis bicyclo330oct 26 diene 37 diol 4ex0 8ex0 26 tetracarboxylate 1a as white prisms mp 118120 C 1H NMR 5 CDC13 1098 s 1H OH 1059 s 1H OH 406 s 1H HCC 388 s 1H HCC 383 s 3H MeO 382 s 3H MeO 371 s 6H MeO 18 dq J 143 and 76 Hz 1H HCHMe 15 dq J 143 and 70 Hz 1H HCHMe 131 s 3H MeC 08 observed as t but actually dd J 76 and 70 Hz 3H CH2CH3 13C NMR 8 CDC13 17170 CO 17081 CO 17065 CO 17025 CO 17001 HOC 16935 HOC 11003 EC 10666 EC 5858 MeO 5831 MeO 5808 MeO 5491 MeO 5225 EC 5211 EC 5208 bridgehead 5163 bridgehead 2494 CH2CH3 1804 MeC 1057 CH3CH2 IR KBr 35002800 OH stretch 3040 HC stretch 2982 CH saturated stretch 2956 CH saturated stretch 1741 CO ester stretch 1664 CO stretch 1630 CC stretch cm39l MS mz CI 413 43 409 28 381 43 349 100 317 100 285 47 207 454 175 1930 E1380 137 348 1400 320 1480 316 970 287 155 284 76 279 389 257 201 247 146 229 243 219 322 200 398 115 425 91 757 67 100 Anal Calcd for C19Hz4010 C 5534 H 587 Found C 5559 H 556 Format 8 solvent chemical shift multiplicity coupling constants integration assignment Notes White prisms 7 describes the appearance of the crystals CDC13 is the NMR solvent used in this example multiplicity coupling constant of Hydrogens assignment s singlet d doublet t triplet q quartet J coupling measured in Hz IR KBr how the Infrared spectrum was recorded in this case a KBr disk was used you will mostly use liquid lms IR lm and occasionally Nuj ol mulls IR mull MS mz the way to report mass spectral data mz is masscharge is the relative abundance of the peak You will not be interpreting mass spectra Anal the way to report the results of elemental analyses You will not be obtaining elemental analyses


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