Microscale and macroscale organic experiments pdf
Laboratory Safety, Courtesy, and Waste Disposal Although microscale experimentation greatly reduces dangers from fire, explosion, and exposure to toxic, carcinogenic, teratogenic, poisonous, and corrosive substances, there are still hazards with which to contend in the organic laboratory. Even on a microscale, eye safety is a prime concern. Students must be required to wear safety goggles chemical splash goggles at all times, and the use of contact lenses in the laboratory should be forbidden. The instructor should read this chapter carefully, noting where local practices differ from the recommendations made in the text, for example how to dispose of a drying agent wet with solvent. These differences should be pointed out to the students, who should then read this chapter and be prepared to answer questions about it. Washington D. The most important points of the chapter are emphasized in the Prelab Exercise.
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Ken Williamson is retired from Mt. Holyoke College where he taught the organic chemistry laboratory course. He is an established authority on microscale techniques and regularly holds workshops and travels to campuses in the U. Macroscale and Microscale Organic Experiments. Kenneth L. Williamson , Katherine M. The market leader for the full-year organic laboratory, this manual derives many experiments and procedures from the classic Feiser lab text, giving it an unsurpassed reputation for solid, authoritative content.