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As per writer, “This Survival Manual again presents the basic techniques of the organic chemistry laboratory, with the usual emphasis on doing the work correctly the first time. And once again, I have relied on the comments of users and reviewers in guiding the changes and additions that have been made.
Safety in the laboratory, always a primary concern, now has to consider the addition of such technology as the iPad, the Nook, the Kindle, and even text messaging, where applicable. Microscale, also where applicable, has been reviewed and updated as well. And while currently resisting the deletion of double-beam spectrophotometers altogether, a discussion of the technique of Attenuated Total Refl ectance and associated practices has been added to the section on Infrared Spectroscopy (Chapter 32).
The discussion and presentation of the section on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Chapter 33) has been re-worked such that the different methods of sample preparation, and instrument operation for continuous-wave and FT-NMR have been made to contrast more sharply. A number of NMR spectra, with suggestions on presentation of the data, and basic interpretation have also been added.
Presentation of a more modern outline of the instrumentation of HPLC (Chapter 31) includes discussion of automatic injectors, yet there is a bit of a loss as this instrument, now highly computer-controlled, no longer has visible pumps, valves, and miles of tubing and fi ttings, just a series of fairly quiet, putty-colored boxes that produce excellent data with ease and a bit of boredom.
This kind of transition has put this edition of the Survival Manual into a bit of an “equilibrium mode,” as now, at the urging of reviewers, some older techniques have been removed as newer information has been included. The actual making of TLC plates on microscope slides, which apparently needs not be done anymore, has been removed, and comments about handling and cutting pre-prepared plates have been updated and expanded (Chapter 27).”
- Safety First, Last, and Always
- Keeping a Notebook
- Interpreting a Handbook
- Microscale Jointware
- Other Interesting Equipment
- Pipet Tips
- Syringes, Needles, and Septa
- Clean and Dry
- Drying Agents
- On Products
- The Melting-Point Experiment
- Recrystallization: Microscale
- Extraction and Washing
- Extraction and Washing: Microscale
- Sources of Heat
- Clamps and Clamping
- Microscale Distillation
- The Rotary Evaporator
- Reflux And Addition
- Reflux: Microscale
- Microscale Boiling Point
- Chromatography: Some Generalities
- Thin-Layer Chromatography: Tlc
- Wet-Column Chromatography
- Gas Chromatography
- Hp Liquid Chromatography
- Infrared Spectroscopy (And A Bit Of Uv-Vis, Too)
- On The Dual-Beam Infra-Red Instrument
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
- Theory Of Distillation
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