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Photochemical synthesis of benzopinacol and its acid-catalyzed rerrangement product benzopinacolone
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Photochemical Synthesis of Benzopinacol and Its Acid-Catalyzed Rerrangement Product Benzopinacolone Photochemical Synthesis of Benzopinacol and its Acid-Catalyzed Rerrangement Product Benzopinacolone M.E
Steam distillation - clove oil
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                                              Steam Distillation - Clove Oil Abstract: In this experiment, a situ method steam distillation was performed and essential oils were isolated from cloves. Once the oils were obtained, extraction techniques were used to extract a crude, eugenol, and acetyleugenol product sample
Iodination of acetone
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                                                      Iodination of Acetone ABSTRACT| It is often important to determine the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place, i.e
Chemistry galvanic cell
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                                                    Chemistry Galvanic Cell Part A Investigation Design Proposal: Purpose of Experiment: To determine the effect of concentration of reactants on the current produced by a galvanic cell. Hypothesis: The greater the concentration of solution in the two half cells reacting with the two metals to produce current, the greater the flow of current will be produced from the galvanic cell
Chemicals in medicines
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                                                    Chemicals in Medicines The words ‘medicine' and 'drug' are often used in our country to mean the same substances: any substance, manufactured artificially, which can help recovery from sickness, relieve symptoms or modify a natural process in the body. A medicine is often a mixture of several chemical compounds
Concentrations of bile salts on lipase enzyme
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                                Concentrations of Bile Salts on Lipase Enzyme AIM The aim of this investigation is to explore the effect of different concentrations of bile salts on the time taken for the lipase enzyme to break down fat. BILE Bile is a brownish bitter alkaline fluid produced by the liver and made by the hepatocytes from water, bile salts, bile pigments cholesterol and phospholipids and stored in the gall bladder
Chemical change and observation lab
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                                            Chemical Change and Observation Lab Lab Report 2 Observations of Chemical Changes Objectives: (1 of 20 points) The objectives of this experiment are: 1. To observe some properties of chemical reactions 2
Synthesis of dibenzalacetone by the aldol condensation
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                   Synthesis of Dibenzalacetone by the Aldol Condensation Experiment 11: Synthesis of Dibenzalacetone by the Aldol condensation Introduction: The Aldol condensation reaction, under basic conditions, involves the nucleophilic addition of an enolate ion to another carbonyl group. The resulting product, a beta-hydroxy ketone or aldehyde, is called an aldol because it contains both and aldehyde group and the hydroxy group of alcohol
Spectrophotometric analysis of kmno4 solution
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                       Spectrophotometric Analysis of Kmno4 Solution Experiment # 9: Optical Method of Analysis Use of Beer’s Law on a KMn04 Gregorio, Justin Edrik A. March 2013 Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering University of Santo Tomas España, Manila Abstract The purpose of this analytical laboratory experiment is to determine the unknown concentration of potassium permanganate (KMnO4) solution by finding its absorbance through the use of spectrophotometer
Chemistry in everyday life
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                                              Chemistry in Everyday Life Chemistry in everyday life : Our entire universe is made up of matter which is constantly changing forms and evolving into other forms of energy. Chemistry is defined as the study or science of this ever changing matter