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Propose a mechanism for each of the following reactions: a. CH2CH2CH2NH3 HCl H2O + N O

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Problem 66

Propose a mechanism for each of the following reactions: a. CH2CH2CH2NH3 HCl H2O + N O b. HCl H2O OCH3 O c. O OCH2CH3 HCl O + CH3CH2OH

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SYNTHESIS HARSHIT RAHEJA SECTION: BB1 02/02/2016 Abstract This experiment was conducted to synthesize two compounds: a dye(phenolphthalein) and a pharmaceutical (aspirin). The percent yield of the synthesized compounds was calculated. The method of weighing by difference was used to weigh out reactants.The technique of UV-Vis spectroscopy was used to calculate the absorbance of the phenolphthalein and the principle of beer’s law was used to calculate it’s concentration from the absorbance.The reactants were quantitatively transferred and the technique of vacuum filtration was used to isolate the aspirin product. The crude Aspirin product was purified by the technique of recrystallization. The techniques of IR spectroscopy and NMR

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780321803221

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