Explain the experimental methods with enough detail that they could be repeated by someone reading your report. List the instruments (including the model and manufacturer) used in your experiment, giving all relevant conditions and settings, which you should note at the time of your experiment. Do not repeat the descriptive detail in the lab manual which is given since you are not familiar with the instrument. You have to presume the person readi...Read More
Questions: 1. Predict the major organic product(s) corresponding to each letter. Show stereochemistry where necessary. 2. Predict the reagent(s) corresponding to each letter. Show stereochemistry where necessary. 3. Propose the reaction mechanism for the following reactions. 4. When cyclopentene was treated with bromine in methanol as solvent, dibromide U and co-halogenation product V were observed. (a) Explain briefly ...Read More
Questions 1.The KIE for the SEAr of benzene with FeCl3/Cl2 is 1.0, while a typical primary KIE was observed for the SNAr of PhCl with NaNH2. Explain both with a reaction coordinate diagram showing the rate limiting step for each reaction. 2.The sulphonation of naphthalene gives mainly the naphthalene-1-sulphonic acid at 80 oC but yield mostly the 2-sulphonic acid at 160 oC. The naphthalene-1-sulponic acid can also be converted to th...Read More
Choose a specific chemical from the list of chemicals provided in the .pdf file. Do NOT choose gasoline, benzene, diesel, or any chemical that is described as a solid at room temperature. To randomize the assignment for the class, you must choose a chemical whose name starts with the same letter as the first letter of your last name (* see exceptions below). You must investigate and report on the chemical, only using the headers and subheaders in...Read More
Your company has been contracted to assess and cleanup a site that previously had a manufacturing facility for an organochlorine pesticide (i.e., aldrin, chlordane, dieldrin, eldrin, or heptachlor). You are tasked with shipping these wastes off-site to a treatment, storage, disposal facility (TSDF) for disposal. Review the information found in the 16-point GHS SDS for at least two of the organochlorine pesticides detailed in this question. Desc...Read More
Question 1 Question 1 refers to the virtual experiment A model cobalt complex for oxygen uptake (delivered via the OpenScience Laboratory and found in Study Week 10). As well as testing your understanding of this experiment and associated material, this question will prepare you for the experimental write-up that you will be required to complete for TMA05, which forms a significant part of the examinable component for this module. (a) Prior to ...Read More
Learning Goals: In this independent study, we are learning to: ● represent organic compounds in various ways (IUPAC nomenclature, structural diagrams, etc) ● investigate the reactions and behaviour of organic compounds ● understand how the chemical structure of a substance is connected to its physical and chemical properties ● assess the benefits to society and the environmental impact of organic compounds used ...Read More
Problem 1: A team of consultant engineers needs to monitor and identify potential leakages in a prototype CSTR (continuously stirred tank reactor) system. After a few weeks of operation, leakage (FluidX) was detected through one of the valve manifolds. From preliminary tests, Fluid X can be eithermethane, ethane, propane, ethylene or cyclopentane. In order to fifix the problem, the team mustfifirst identify the flfluid that leaked from CSTR syste...Read More
In this lab you will research the chemical formulas and structure of the 10 common rock forming minerals, along with some new minerals introduced here. You will need to find out: · What is the chemical formula of the mineral? · You should write this like this – Water = H2O · The % oxides in each one (see below for methodology) Calculating % oxides for elements in a mineral Chemical analysis of minerals very ofte...Read More
1. Glucose is a biochemically important monosaccharide. Name the functional groups present in a glucose molecule and the link to water solubility of this simple sugar. Briefly describe the primary function of glucose in human body. 2. Glycogen is a polysaccharide. Identify the function of glycogen in the body and name the major location(s) for glycogen storage. Which monosaccharide(s) is (are) the building block of glycogen? 3. There are some s...Read More
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