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Reactions: Reflux at Constant Temperature  
The technique of refluxing a reaction mixture is demonstrated.
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus
Lighting and Adjusting a Gas Burner  
Lighting, adjusting, and extinguishing a gas burner are shown. Combustion of methane is demonstrated.
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus
Heating a Test Tube  
Proper techniques for heating a test tube containing liquid in a gas burner are demonstrated.
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus
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Journal Articles: First 3 results.
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Incorporation of Microwave Synthesis into the Undergraduate Organic Laboratory  Alan R. Katritzky, Chunming Cai, Meghan D. Collins, Eric F. V. Scriven, Sandeep K. Singh, and E. Keller Barnhardt
Describes a simple way to effectively implement microwave synthesis into the undergraduate organic laboratory curriculum.
Katritzky, Alan R.; Cai, Chunming; Collins, Meghan D.; Scriven, Eric F. V.;Singh, Sandeep K.; Barnhardt, E. Keller. J. Chem. Educ. 2006, 83, 634.
Aromatic Compounds |
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus |
Reactions |
Synthesis
The History of Ion Chromatography: The Engineering Perspective  Barton Evans
This article traces the history of the engineering development related to the several generations of ion chromatography instruments, columns, suppressers, and software. In so doing, several representative engineering challenges and their outcomes are discussed including: early directions (traveling without a road map, or "going where the applications are"), dealing with an extremely corrosive mobile phase (aka: the "eluent"), resolving the inherent incompatibilities of nonmetallic flow paths with the benefits of high-pressure, elevated temperature operation, managing the ever-evolving nature of the suppressor, coping with requirements for ultra high-end online systems, and providing extremely simple-to-use dedicated analyzer systems.
Evans, Barton. J. Chem. Educ. 2004, 81, 1285.
Chromatography |
Industrial Chemistry |
Instrumental Methods |
Ion Exchange |
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus |
Separation Science |
Water / Water Chemistry
Ion Chromatography: An Account of Its Conception and Early Development  Hamish Small
In the late 1950s, a small group of chemists at the Dow Chemical Company envisioned replacing these classical methods of inorganic analysis with but a single, universal chromatographic technique. They called their project "Inorganic Chromatography". This article describes how they developed this concept into a new technique, ready for commercial development into what we know today as "Ion Chromatography". In particular, the account will describe: how the Dow scientists adapted electrical conductance monitoring to chromatography, the introduction of the suppressor to chromatography, the invention of special stationary phases, and the evolution of strategies and principles that would shape and guide the practice of ion chromatography for many years to come.
Small, Hamish. J. Chem. Educ. 2004, 81, 1277.
Chromatography |
Industrial Chemistry |
Instrumental Methods |
Ion Exchange |
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus |
Separation Science |
Water / Water Chemistry
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Other Resources: First 3 results
Conductivity Meter (ChemPages Lab)  John W. Moore, Jerrold J. Jacobsen, Joe L. March
Conductivity Meter: this is a resource in the collection "ChemPages Laboratory Resources". A conductivity meter is used to measure the conductivities of electrolytic solutions. Electrodes on the device are dipped into a solution, and the solution's electrical conductivity is registered on the display. Electrical conductivity is defined as the transfer of an electric current through a solid or liquid. In electrolytic solutions, the current is carried by ions, as in solutions of salts, acids or bases. Conductivity is inversely proportional to the resistivity of the solution. The ChemPages Laboratory Resources are a set of web pages that include text, images, video, and self check questions. The topics included are those that are commonly encountered in the first-year chemistry laboratory. They have been put together for use as both a pre-laboratory preparation tool and an in-laboratory reference source.
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus
Eppendorf Pipet (ChemPages Lab)  John W. Moore, Jerrold J. Jacobsen, Joe L. March
Eppendorf Pipet or Digital Pipettor: this is a resource in the collection "ChemPages Laboratory Resources". Digital pipettors deliver liquids in volumes from 1 mL to 1µL or less. They are sometimes called "micropipets", "Eppendorf pipets" or simply "Eppendorfs" after one of the more prevalent brands. The ChemPages Laboratory Resources are a set of web pages that include text, images, video, and self check questions. The topics included are those that are commonly encountered in the first-year chemistry laboratory. They have been put together for use as both a pre-laboratory preparation tool and an in-laboratory reference source.
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus
Flask, Volumetric (ChemPages Lab)  John W. Moore, Jerrold J. Jacobsen, Joe L. March
Flask, Volumetric: this is a resource in the collection "ChemPages Laboratory Resources". A volumetric flask is used to measure very precisely one specific volume of liquid (100 mL, 250 mL, etc., depending on which flask you use). This flask is used to accurately prepare a solution of known concentration. The ChemPages Laboratory Resources are a set of web pages that include text, images, video, and self check questions. The topics included are those that are commonly encountered in the first-year chemistry laboratory. They have been put together for use as both a pre-laboratory preparation tool and an in-laboratory reference source.
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus
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