Digital Lab Techniques Manual | MIT OpenCourseWare
The "Digital Lab Techniques Manual" is a series of videos designed to help you prepare for your chemistry laboratory class. Each video provides a detailed demonstration of a common laboratory technique, as well as helpful tips and information. These videos are meant to supplement, and not replace, your lab manual and assigned reading.
1 September
Purification by Flash Column Chromatography | Labs
Home » Courses » Chemistry » Chemistry Laboratory Techniques » Labs » Column Chromatography. ... Separating simple mixtures with a silica gel column. Pre-lab Discussion. Theory of column chromatography—Reading Zubrick chapter 28, Mohrig chapter 18. TLC—polarity/solvent sys—Reading Zubrick chapter 27, LLP chapter 9.3.1, Mohrig chapter 17.
15 August
Choosing a Stationary Phase | Flash Chromatography
8. Column Chromatography. This is the last technique experiment in the Introductory Organic Lab. ... Column Chromatography is another common and useful separation technique in organic chemistry. This separation method involves the same principles as TLC, but can be applied to separate larger quantities than TLC. Column chromatography can be used on both a large and small scale.
Chromatography Lab
In this lab, you will be experimenting with a technique called chromatography which will allow you to visually demonstrate that the pigment in leaves is actually a combination of several different colored pigments. This technique can be used to separate and identify the various components of mixtures. A pigment is a substance that absorbs light at specific wavelengths.
Chromatography 2
AUDITORY. KINESTHETIC. Chromatography lab. Transparencies of different separation techniques. Hawaii 5-0 soundtrack. Lecture. Chromatography lab activity. Assessment: The students will be given two forms of assessment. Group Lab Report which must include.
26 May
Physical separation techniques | Lab #2
CHROMATOGRAPHY is the process of separating a mixture by the distribution of its components between two phases, one phase being stationary and the other phase moving. Some examples of chromatography are gas chromatography, paper ... Lab #2 NAME _ SECTION # _. Prestudy. Physical Separation Techniques. 1.(5 points) Using the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics or other suitable references, look up the following physical properties of ammonium...
Chem 21 | Thin-Layer Chromatography
Thin-layer chromatography (TLC) is an extremely valuable analytical technique in the organic lab. ... Spinach experiment and discussion adapted from DL Pavia, GM Lampman, GS Kriz, RG Engel Intro to Organic Laboratory Techniques, 2nd ed, pp 122 - 131; and AL Lehninger, DL Nelson, MM Cox Principles of Biochemistry, 2nd ed., 1993, Worth, pp 575 - 577.
Thin-Layer Chromatography of Drosophila
Chromatography Techniques. In this lab, you will be working with many familiar and simple supplies. ... Chromatography is a technique used to separate solids (or solid-like) materials from liquids. In our lab, the solid-like material is the ground-up fly eye pigments.
Chromatography Lab
Chromatography is a lab technique used to separate a mixture of chemicals. One common use of this technique is called gel electrophoresis, and it is a chromatography method that separates DNA base pairs. This is how DNA testing is done for legal identification. For this experiment you will be using chromatography to determine which of five pieces of evidence was used in a kidnapping.
13 December
Chromatographic techniques are also invaluable as analytical techniques for analyzing tiny quantities of material (as little as 10-9 g). This is one of the four major purification techniques. Advantages for chromatography are its power and generality (not limited to liquids or solids or the need for ionizability). ... AUTOMATED “FLASH” COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY While manual column chromatography is still widely used, many research labs now use.
Separation of dyes by paper chromatography lab
If a chemical doesn’t want to stick to another, it has a low affinity. If we have several dyes with different affinities to a single liquid, we can separate them using a technique called paper chromatography. In this lab, we will be separating colored food dyes using salt water and comparing them to dye standards.
Thin Layer Chromatography
Some of the chromatographic techniques such as HPLC and TLC can be used as both analytical and preparative methods. Preparative GC, although can result in very pure compounds when carried out carefully, is not entirely non-destructive. ... The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual: A Student’s Guide to Techniques. by James W. Zubrick, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. • Thin Layer Chromatography: TLC.
Pen Chromatography
Chromatography is a technique used widely in chemistry and in the biological sciences for: 1) separating mixtures of compounds, and 2) to identify unknown substances. All types of chromatography employ two different immiscible (non-mixing) phases in contact with each other. ... In this lab you will use the technique of paper chromatography to separate the colored dyes in felt-tipped pens, and state why you get the results you obtain.
5 April
Thin Layer Chromatography
. Thin layer chromatography, or TLC, is a method for analyzing mixtures by separating the compounds in the mixture. ... A second method of visualization is accomplished by placing the plate into iodine vapors for a few minutes. Most organic compounds will form a dark-colored complex with iodine. It is good practice to use at least two visualization techniques in case a compound does not show up with one particular method.
Chem 211 - Thin Layer Chromatography
Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) is a solid-liquid technique in which the two phases are a solid (stationary phase) and a liquid (moving phase). Solids most commonly used in chromatography are silica gel (SiO2 x H2O) and alumina (Al2O3 x H2O). ... Wrap your TLC plates in plastic wrap and scan them into your e-lab. Calculate the Rf values for each spot.
12 May
Tlc chromatography lab
Background Thin Layer Chromatography: Chromatography is a sophisticated method of separating and identifying mixtures of two or more compounds. The separation is accomplished by the distribution of the mixture between two phases: one that is ... Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) is a solid-liquid technique in which the two phases are a solid, stationary phase and a liquid, mobile phase. The solid phase you will be using in today’s lab is a plastic plate covered with an adsorbent, in this case, silica gel.
Separation of Mixtures Using Different... : Amrita Online Lab
There are different types of chromatographic techniques such as column chromatography, TLC, paper chromatography, and gas chromatography. ... Student understands the following terms: solvent extraction, chromatography, RF , centrifugation, simple distillation, fractional distillation, etc. Student acquires skills to perform experiments using the following techniques in the chemistry lab
30 September
Chromatography is a technique that is used to separate and to identify components of a mixture. This analytical technique has a wide range of applications in the real world since many substances are mixtures of chemical compounds. In this lab, you will explore two applications of chromatography - identification of an unknown ink sample and the separation of food colorings.
TECHNIQUES : Extraction, Melting point, TLC, Column...
CHEM 51LD EXPERIMENT 1 LAB SKILLS REFRESHER & COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY In this experiment you will have the opportunity to refresh your lab skills with several techniques you learned in previous classes. ... READING ASSIGNMENT: 1. Technique 18: Liquid Chromatography in Techniques in Organic Chemistry 3rd Ed. 2. Review other techniques used previously.
CHEM 321L / 322L
common laboratory techniques in organic chemistry. synthesis. isolation. ... chromatography thin-layer column. recrystallization single mixed solvent solvent.
Paper chromatography | Viticulture & Enology
Paper chromatography is an analytical chemistry technique for separating and identifying mixtures that are or can be colored, especially pigments. The way paper chromatography works is pretty simple. ... In these cases, two-way chromatography is used to separate the multiple-pigment spots. There are two types of paper chromatography: ascending and descending chromatography. In ascending chromatography, the solvent is in pool at the bottom of the vessel in which the paper is supported.
9 November
Techniques: Chromatography
Any technique that could be used to purify protein must be based on these inherent differences. Three major column chromatography techniques used to separate proteins (or other macromolecules) will be discussed below. ... The shape of the protein (not only its size) also determines whether the protein will enter the pores. We used this technique to separate dye encapsulated in liposomes from free dye in Lab 1.
12 September
Experiment 1: Thin Layer Chromatography | In your lab report
While having the same Rf value (under the same conditions) does not prove that two substances are the same, having different Rf values demonstrates that they are different. Techniques: Thin Layer Chromatography. ... Based on your answers to pre-lab question 1, choose two solvents to start with. Prepare a TLC chamber with each solvent, as described in the Techniques section. Spot two TLC plates using the dichloromethane stock solution of the mixture containing benzophenone, diphenylmethanol, and biphenyl.
Thin layer chromatography
Chromatography is yet another technique for the analysis and separation of chemical mixtures. The technique is based on a polarity interplay between the sample and two other substances called the solid (or stationary) phase, and the mobile phase, which can be a liquid or a gas. ... Some of the most common solid adsorbents used as stationary phases in chromatography are listed in table 19.1, p. 760. In the organic chemistry lab the most commonly used are silica gel and alumina due to their versatile polarity range.
Lab 8: Chromatographic Analysis of Analgesic Drugs
In this lab, you will perform thin layer chromatography (TLC) to identify an unknown drug and then use column chromatography to separate out the components of a drug. ... TLC is a microscale analytical technique typically used to identify compounds, determine their purity, or determine the progress of a reaction. TLC plates are prepared by spreading a thin layer of the adsorbent on a solid support (in this case, plastic).
Prepare in your
Chromatography is a term used to describe several laboratory techniques that separate mixtures on the basis of their differing affinities for a stationary phase. It is one of the most common chemical and biochemical separation techniques. In a variety of chromatographic methods, chemists use liquid solvents or mobile phase to move compounds over a stationary phase (a solid, gel, or polymer).
Separation of the Components of an Analgesic Tablet | Kline
Techniques from the Mohrig Techniques book are given in the above online lab handout. Technique videos to watch from the webpage associated with the Techniques book: Thin-Layer Chromatography (18.1*), and Chromatography Columns and Column Preparations (10.1* and 10.2*).
31 December
Chem 250 Laboratory Schedule -- Fall 2008
Week 7 (10/13-10/17) Substitution and Elimination. Techniques: Gas Chromatography (GC). ... Chapter 27: Chromatography: Some Generalities. Chapter 28: Thin-Layer Chromatography: TLC. Chapter 29: Wet-Column Chromatography. Natural Product Isolation Report Due in Lab this Week.
17 March
Separation of Amino Acids by Thin Layer Chromatography...
Thin layer chromatographic (TLC) technique readily provides qualitative information and with careful attention to details, it is possible to obtain quantitative data. Thin layer chromatography is a technique used to separate and identify compounds of interest. ... Powered by Amrita Virtual Lab Collaborative Platform [ Ver 00.10. ]
24 April
Class Time: M,T,W and Th (10:20 – 11:15 am) in Parker #114 Lab: F (10:20 am – 12:20 pm) in Parker #311. Course Description Chromatography is a widely used technique for separation and analyses of foods. We will provide a review of the principles of chromatography, chromatographic techniques, modes of operation, sampling, practical applications and hyphenated systems.
Laboratory Techniques: Chromatography
Laboratory Techniques: Chromatography. A. Lab Data. Points possible. B. Spectroscopy.
CHEM 333: Lab Experiment 5
Pre-lab Reading Chapters 7, 8 and 9. “This lab can actually be kind of fun (in a geeky sort of way). The techniques you will use this week are “analytical”and you will be able to make actual determinations of caffeine levels in beverages. Next week you will learn to perform chromatography on a preparative (though still small) scale.” Liquid Chromatography Liquid Chromatography is a powerful technique to separate and purify organic compounds.
Lab 3
Lab 3: Extraction of Spinach Pigments and Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC). Objectives: • To learn the highly useful thin layer chromatography technique. • To study the chemical composition of plant leaves. Introduction: One of the most modern methods of separating mixtures in chemistry is chromatography. Chromatography utilizes a mobile phase and a stationary phases.
Chromatographic methods of analysis | Special techniques
Chromatography technique developed substantially as a result of the work of Archer John Porter Martin and Richard Laurence Millington Synge during the 1940s and 1950s. They established the principles and basic techniques of partition chromatography, and their work encouraged the rapid development of several chromatographic methods: paper chromatography, gas chromatography, and what would become known as high performance liquid chromatography.
23 October
Properties of Matter Reading Selection: "Separation Science..."
It's called chromatography. One of the largest chromatography laboratories for crime detection is located in Washington, D.C., at the headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Samples from crime scenes across the nation are sent to the FBI for forensic analysis. ... It's the technique we use in our labs to separate the components of a mixture."Chromatography has many uses; it's not limited to crime detection.
21 February
Introduction: Chromatography is the general name for a wide range of techniques that are used to separate molecules based on their properties. In general, chromatography involves two phases: • A Stationary Phase. This is typically a solid. In today’s lab, it will be paper. •
Week 10
Chromatography is a very common technique in the chemical laboratory and possibly the most important technique you will learn in this course. The power of chromatography stems from its ability to separate materials based on rather small differences in chemical or physical properties. ... Should you not complete the worksheet in lab it is expected you will turn it in to your TA’s drop box the next day.
Lab Purpose | Paper Chromatography: A M&M’s® True Colors
Of all the analytical techniques you will learn in this class, the most powerful will be chromatography. Chromatography is used to separate components in a mixture. In a real chemistry research lab, chromatography may be used to separate ions, proteins, DNA or a host of other molecules. It is an invaluable technique, that irregardless of style is based on the same general principles that you will be learning in this experiment.
16 February
LAB EXERCISE 9: Introduction to Chromatography: Paper...
Thin-layer chromatography (per lab station) -dyes (same as above) -Several sheets of TLC paper -Pasteur pipets or capillaries for spotting -beakers -Lids -filter paper -UV light source -Ethanol -methanol -Isopropyl alcohol -Paper towels -Pencil -Ruler. ... Since we have already discussed several basic separation techniques including paper chromatography, column chromatography, and thin layer chromatography you already have the basic skills necessary to tackle this problem.
5 November
No labs - spring break | 6 Feb 27 – Mar 3 Technique
Post-Lab for Chromatography. Start Extraction: An Acid/Base Separation and Isolation. 6 Feb 27 – Mar 3 Technique. ... Grading. Pre-lab notebook post-lab technique total pts. Check-in & check-out. Safety melting quiz point. Recrystallization. Distillation. Extraction chromatography.
Using Chromatography to Introduce Engineering Careers In...
Contents: Page Summary 2 Introduction 3 Rationale for Module 3 Science 4 Engineering 4 Goals 4 Safety 4 Prior Knowledge 5 Note to Teacher 5 References 6 Chromatography 7 Paper Chromatography Lab 8 What happens in Chromatography? ... Separation techniques are used for a variety of reasons, from purifying medicines to combating crime. The four activities in this module will help students establish knowledge of chromatography as a way of introducing students to the types of activities a chemical...
Lab Projects Description - Chem 226
Module 2: Safety in an organic chemistry laboratory (1 lab plus homework worksheet) - General lab safety. How organic lab is different from general chem lab. - Researching and understanding MSDS and other safety information. ... Experiments: - Gas Chromatography dry lab worksheet (homework) - Gas Chromatography of known and unknown mixtures of cyclohexane and toluene (technique certification).
24 February
Purification of Biphenyl – 2B: Chromatography and Analysis
Procedure: Thin Layer Chromatography (Read Technique 18 thoroughly) In the first part of the lab, you will analyze a crude sample of biphenyl by TLC and determine an appropriate solvent system for purification of biphenyl by column chromatography.
Since Week 2 of this experiment will involve column chromatography, you may wish to read about both types in preparation for that lab as well. There is an especially nice treatment in Introduction to Organic Laboratory Techniques by Pavia, Lampman and Kriz, but every laboratory manual will include some treatment of both thin layer and column chromatography.
Preparation for chemistry lab: chromatography
Chromatography refers to a group of laboratory separation techniques based on selective adsorption. Using chromatography, the components of complex mixtures can be identified and quantified. ... QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS LAB: CHROMATOGRAPHY You may assume that volumes are additive and that all percents are percents, by volume. 1. Which dye came off the column first?
Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
chemistry, etc.) · Proper usage of glassware · Isolation and purification techniques (including filtration, solvent removal, drying solutions, distillations, chromatography (thin?layer, column, and gas) and crystallization/recrystallization) · Characterization techniques including ... Components of the technique score include laboratory safety, attitude, demonstration of competent lab techniques, ability to perform routine tasks in a timely manner, and neatness of lab drawer, work area, shared equipment, and chemicals.
Paper Chromatography Lab
Paper Chromatography. Table of Contents.
14 February
Chromatography (from Greek ?????:chroma, colour and ???????:"graphein" to write) is the collective term for a family of laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures. It involves passing a mixture dissolved in a "mobile phase" through a stationary phase, which separates the analyte to be measured from other molecules in the mixture and allows it to be isolated. Chromatography may be preparative or analytical.
13 October
Organic Chemistry Laboratory - Fall 2014
Learning Objectives: Students will learn basic organic laboratory techniques, which will be utilized to prepare, separate, purify and identify organic compounds. Students will also learn some instrumental techniques (e.g. gas chromatography, infrared spectroscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy). ... 50 Column Chromatography Read: Text: pp. 119-131, 133-140, 153-162 and Lab Manual: Experiment #5. 50 Grignard Synthesis of Benzoic Acids Read: Lab Manual: Experiment #10, Appendix II and III.
Column Chromatography | Organic Chemistry Lab CHEM 304
Pavia, D. L.; Lampman, G. M.; Kriz, G. S.; Engel, R. G. Introduction to Organic Laboratory Techniques, A Microscale Approach; 3rd ed.; Brooks/Cole: Pacific Grove, CA, 1999; pp. 115 – 119. Revised 1/2012. Winthrop University Department of Chemistry. ... 1. If a column fraction contained two compounds (two spots upon TLC analysis), what could be done to separate the two compounds from one another? 2. In this lab, why was the solvent changed in the middle of the column chromatography procedure?
Synthesis andAnalysis of Aspirin. Chemistry 1060 Laboratory. Analysis. Purity determination. Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC). Separation and identification. stationary phase – silica gel. ... To verify the purity and identity of the product using thin layer chromatography (TLC). To further confirm the identity of the product by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.
What is chromatography?
Fortunately, powerful separation techniques developed over the past century make it possible to isolate virtually every type of molecule known to occur in living cells. Two of the most powerful techniques for purifying biomolecules are chromatography and electrophoresis. In this lab you will use chromatography to separate a mixture of lipid-soluble pigments extracted from spinach leaf cells.
1 December
Column Chromatography - Organic Chemistry Lab Technique
Column Chromatography - Organic Chemistry Lab Technique. From Saravanan Ramasamy 2 Years ago.
6 May
Types of chromatography. Here we examine four common chromatographic techniques. ... Each technique has its particular niche in the organic lab, and while only Thin Layer Chromatography and Column Chromatography are used in the introductory labs and are explained in greater detail in this site, it is well worth your while to have an understanding and appreciation of the other techniques.
1 December
LAB EXPERIMENT 7__ _. _ Chromatographic Separation of sugars. ... The term chromatography comes from the earlier times when the technique was used for the separation of colored plants pigments. Chromatography is a technique for separation of closely related groups of compounds. The separation is brought about by differential migration along a porous medium and the migration is caused by the flow of solvent.
Personal Study: Basics of Chromatography | Technique
It is often used to detect one, or a number of, components in a complex mixture. For instance, a pharmaceutical manufacturer may use chromatography to test the concentration of an active ingredient in a formulated product, or a food manufacturer may use chromatography to test that the concentrations of harmful agents, such as pesticides, are at, or below, safe levels. There are a number of chromatography techniques including
12 December
Thin Layer Chromatography Experiment
When you enter the laboratory today, please open your lockers, place your goggles and apron on and begin working safely. There is plenty of time to complete the lab if you came prepared. Unsafe behavior, running and shoving in the laboratory, not wearing your safety equipment, leaving an unattended Bunsen burner ... Stop what you are doing and listen. Your instructor will quickly go over safeties for the thin layer chromatography laboratory, and will answer your questions. You instructor may even briefly go over the technique.
11 April
Fraction Collector for Column Chromatography
Column chromatography is a staple of the undergraduate biochemistry laboratory curriculum. Lab experiments featuring gel filtration (1–9), ion exchange (3, 5, 7, 9), and affinity (7, 9) chromatography have been used to familiarize students with these separation techniques and to teach them skills that they will need for a career in the laboratory.
Organic Laboratory Techniques
Organic chemistry requires a number of skills and techniques which are different from those you learned in inorganic chemistry. To avoid having to give detailed instructions for these techniques in each lab, I have compiled separate instructions for them. ... TLC of Pain medications Column Chromatography Isolation of cinnamaldehyde Nucleophilic substitution Williamsen ether synthesis Addition of HBr to cyclohexane Hydroboration Oxidation.
Lab 6: Paper Chromatography
22 October
I. Chromatography
Chromatography. • Chroma: “color” + graph: “measure”. – Developed in 19th century to separate pigments from plants and dyes. – Refined technique now used to separate, analyze, & purify wide range of compounds. • Still called “chromatography” even though no longer limited to separating colored molecules.
BIBC 103: Biochemical Techniques | Lab Schedule
Labs: First floor Bonner Hall; Mon/Weds 2-6 PM, or Tues/Thurs 8 AM-12 PM. Course Objectives: This course will introduce some of the experimental techniques used in biochemistry and molecular biology. These include methods for purifying proteins, expressing ... Making a pH buffer; Quantitative Measurements. LDH 1: Initial purification of LDH from crude homogenate: centrifugation, ammonium sulfate precipitations; prepare size exclusion column LDH 2: Affinity chromatography purification of LDH.
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24 June
Lab 10: Document Analysis
One common laboratory technique used to analyze the makeup of materials, such as inks, lipsticks and other markings on paper is called paper chromatography. You will perform one type of chromatography in Part II of this lab. Chemistry 108, Spring 2010.
improved. Advances in this area have led to the common use of High Performance Liquid Chromatography, a laboratory technique that allows for the very efficient separation of small amounts of the components of a mixture. ... Also, prevents clogging of the analytical column while extending its lifetime and preserving its performance. Thus, guard column is sacrificed to protect the more expensive analytical column. The column used in the lab should have 5µL to 20µL in inner diameter.
1 August
Advanced Organic Laboratory
The first, obviously, is to introduce you to some advanced laboratory techniques that are essential in modern synthetic organic chemistry. The second is to provide you with hands on experience with NMR, and to introduce you to more advanced NMR techniques and interpretation. ... 3 will be combined into one lab report due on 11/12 LDA titration / introduction to inert atmosphere techniques and TBS protection of 2-hydroxy cyclohexanone and purification of the resulting a-silyloxy ketone via chromatography.
Thin Layer Chromatography Thanksgiving Holiday – no Labs...
It will deal with the techniques used throughout an organic chemistry lab course, techniques like distillation, extraction and washing, taking boiling points, refluxing, measuring density, determining refractive indices, determining rotation and specific rotation of chiral samples, chromatography, and spectroscopy. Consequently, to do well on the lab practical you will have to know
Chromatographic Links
Glossary of Chromatographic Terms Glossary of terms Glossary of Liquid-Phase Separation Terms LCGC 2001 A Compendium of GC Terms and Techniques LC GC 2002 Chromatography: Creating a Central science. ... Chemical Analysis Literature at Agilent Supelco Technical Literature: Capillary and HPLC Troubleshooting Guide (Download) ACD Labs : free chromatography applications database Laboratory Hints at Supelco More than 15,800 references to Waters products and their applications WATERS: Capillary Ion...
28 April
Courses Contents
KIM 101 Chemistry Lab. I (0 2 1). Measurement techniques, effect of the temperature on reaction rate, simple distillation, qualitative analysis, determination of melting point, controlling thermometer, preparing normal solutions, crystallization, chromatography, flame test. ... Extraction techniques, chromatography and chromatographic separation techniques, separations with distillation, separations with ion-exchange, separation techniques via precipitation.
10 November
Paper Chromatography: These colors DO run
This helps them to see how these techniques can be used in the real world. This activity is adapted from USAFA Department of Chemistry, Mini-Lab Unit 2-4: These colors DO run. Assignment handout (Microsoft Word 80kB Sep18 08) Paper Chromatography PowerPoint (PowerPoint 426kB Sep18 08).
23 October
3. RULES FOR THE COURSE Goals: Chemistry 202 Lab provides an important technical foundation for first-. hand experimental work in classical and modern organic chemistry. The course emphasizes invaluable techniques and skills such as recrystallization, extraction, and chromatography.
Tools 2. Practical Lab Techniques
Trino Ascencio-Ibanez - who developed the ideas and techniques that were incorporated into the viral Southern blot lab Emily Blake - who helped refine the format and wrote parts of the following sections: the Excel explanation, some Prelab questions, Terms, Methods and Report Writing. Benjamin Bobay - who helped adapt and flesh out the methodology in amino acid pH titration lab Audrey Goodell - who adapted methodology to develop the affinity chromatography technology in the LDH lab Jesse Gore - who wrote the pH...
ChemLab - Techniques - Titration
Dartmouth College's Chemistry 3/5 & 6 on-line laboratories with information on logistics, safety, experiments, and techniques. ... You can do this with a rapid spin of a teflon stopcock or by partially opening the stopcock and rinsing the partial drop into the flask with a wash bottle. Ask your TA to demonstrate these techniques for you, in the lab. Make sure you know what the endpoint should look like.
13 December
Lab 1: Lab Techniques, Measurements and Safety...
Lab 9: Sn1, Sn2, E1, E2 (worksheet + lab report) a. Lab 9 Posted on MyParker A. Lab 10: Alkene reactions (worksheet + lab report) Dehydration (from organic 2) a. Lab 10 posted on MyParker B. Lab Final.
Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry, Chem 543 7033...
Organic Chemistry Lab Tutorials
In an effort to help students prepare better for Organic Chemistry lab, a series of tutorials has been developed. A variety of Organic Chemistry Laboratory techniques are covered, including Crystallization (also called Recrystallization), Melting Point, Extraction, Distillation and Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC). Each fully narrated lesson presents an introduction to theory and videos of laboratory demonstrations.
15 January
Advanced chromatography techniques HPLC is a more...
They include visual inspection of product and packaging; tests for physical properties such as disintegration, reflectance spectroscopy, and refractive index; chemical tests including colorimetry and dissolution; chromatography; spectroscopic techniques; and mass spectrometry. ... Within each of these categories, some technologies are appropriate for use in the field with minimal training, while others require sophisticated lab equipment and a high level of technical expertise.
9 October
Home | Chemistry and... | University of Colorado Boulder
Seminars. The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry hosts seminars, symposia, and supergroup meetings organized by discipline. More information can be found here.
23 December
Research Techniques in Biology
The student in this course will be introduced to lab techniques such as High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Histology, and Cell Culture. The student will be involved in the ongoing research project and not only participate in the lab work but also learn to compile, analyze and interpret data, prepare posters and/or manuscripts, and present in local and/or national symposia.
23 February
CHEM 2531/2541: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
Padias, Anne B. Making the Connections – A How-to Guide for Organic Chemistry Lab Techniques, 3rd ed., Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc., Plymouth 2015. Bound carbon-copy laboratory notebook. ... 11/9 M T(11/10) Thin Layer Chromatography IR Spectroscopy Due.
Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida
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28 October
lab notes 12A
Project 2. Thermometer Calibration. Column chromatography. Ethanol Fermentation. Limonene. ... Post-lab questions are not graded but are highly recommended as preparation for the lab exams. Laboratory Techniques.
10 August
Additional Points: · Learn to operate safely in the laboratory: This includes proper procedures for use and disposal of chemicals as well as the use and interpretation of HAZMAT data. · Practice the execution and application of the following standard organic chemistry lab techniques: melting point, recrystallization, extraction, thin-layer chromatography, column chromatography, simple distillation, fractional distillation, and gas chromatography.
Course Listings: Chemistry
Courses listed are accurate for the 1997 catalog. Updates will be online soon. 500A Advanced Organic Laboratory (2) Advanced lab techniques and instrumentation. ... Electrochemistry, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, gas and liquid chromatography. 587 Forensic Chemistry (7) Prereq: 533. Survey of chemical problems most frequently encountered in crime lab and their currently acceptable solutions, as well as special techniques not covered in other analytical chemistry courses.
15 April
Down stream processing lab. The purpose of this laboratory to learn the techniques. employed in the Isolation and Purification of desired. product using various Unit Operations like Filtration ... Chromatography and Electrophoresis. This Laboratory. has been equipped with, Orbital Shaker cum. incubator, Filtration Unit, Vacuum filtration Unit, Chromatography Columns, Vertical and Horizontal. electrophoresis units and others. 16. Down Stream Lab.
Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy
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17 December
Ink Chromatography | Post-Lab Assignment
Paper chromatography is used in this experiment to separate and identify different colors of water-based inks in an aqueous solution. UV-vis spectroscopy is another technique to identify what is in a chemical sample. ... At the end of the lab, you will be able to use and compare two common chemistry techniques to determine what is in a chemical solution. Lecture Connections. Pre-lab Assignment. 1. View the video clips on Using the UV-vis spectrometer.
10 April
Biochemistry Laboratory
enzyme kinetics, enzyme purification, chromatography, electrophoresis and use of. western blots. Laboratory 3 hours per week. ... At the completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Understand the basic equipment of the biochemistry lab and be proficient in biochemistry lab techniques 2. Understand how to isolate and purify proteins by various techniques including chromatography.
In addition, students will learn valuable laboratory techniques and instrumentation, and develop critical thinking skills. Upon successful completion of the program, students may enter the workforce directly as entry-level ... Total credits required for graduation. Program Concentration Courses BTC 260 Chromatography BTC 270 Chromatography II BTC 297 Biotechnology and Compliance. Internship CHE 213 Organic Chemistry I w/Lab ENV 101 Introduction to Environmental w/Lab PHY111 General Physics I w/Lab.
Summary Report
This was followed by a session with Dr. Metcalfe on Chromatographic Techniques, Limits of Detection and Calibration. Subjects covered included partitioning – multiple partitioning of multiple solutes, separation of analytes, elution Chromatography, stationary phase, clean ups, size exclusion chromatography ... He discussed what is needed for accreditation, audits, technical requirements, Quality system Procedure, lab personnel, data reporting and storing, lab equipment (QA and QC), calibration, and lab monitoring guidelines.
Lab Techniques
Lab Technique. Handling chemicals requires care and several techniques that I'd better mention. First, never handle any laboratory chemicals with your fingers--some stain, and some are corrosive. Instead, for the solids you can use a clean scoop.
13 July
Techniques | Biochemistry, Immunology, and Membrane...
The most prevalent techniques used in our laboratory are: Immunological Assays & Molecular Biology. ... Lipid analyses rely on high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), thin-layer chromatograph (TLC), and gas chromatography (GC) for various experiments. We have also initiated shotgun lipidomic studies using mass spectrometry with collaborators.
10 March
University of Hawaii at Manoa Catalog
CHEM 161L General Chemistry Lab I (1) (1 3-hr Lab) Laboratory experiments introducing techniques and fundamental principles of chemistry. ... Retrosynthesis and diastereoselective reactions; spectroscopy (optical methods, NMR), mass spectrometry. Chromatography (GC, HPLC) and coupled techniques (GCMS, LCMS). CHEM or BIOC majors only.
15 December
Pages · Towson University
11 June
Organic Chemistry Laboratory - GMU
Lab Text: J. R. Mohrig, D. G. Alberg, G. E. Hofmeister, P. F. Schatz and C. N. Hammond, Laboratory Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 4th ed., 2014. ... Mar. 27-31. Gas chromatography: analysis of distillate. Lab Manual pp. 65-66. Mohrig: Ch.
27 July
Not Voodoo
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26 September
BIOLOGY 286 Molecular Lab Techniques In Medical...
Course syllabus for Biology 285. BIOLOGY 286 Molecular Lab Techniques In Medical Diagnostics (2). ... This laboratory will present the theory of High Performance Liquid Chromatography as well as practical experience using the instrumentation. Students will receive hands-on training setting up and trouble shooting an HPLC, preparing protein samples for analysis, data collection and analysis of results.
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14 August
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Techniques Distillation (Simple and Fractional) Drying Solids Drying Solutions (liquids) Extraction (Liquid-Liquid) Gas Chromatography Gravity Filtration Infrared Spectroscopy (IR) Melting Point Analysis Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Reflux Thin-Layer Chromatography (TLC) Vacuum Filtration. ... By using visual methods, i.e. photos, short videos, and hyperlinked flow diagrams, students gain visual familiarity with various organic chemistry lab techniques and experiments.
Summary of Course Structure (for details see 'Course Schedule'). Component Lectures Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Laboratory Lab – Option 1 Lab – Option 2 TOTAL. ... Analytical methods covered include; separation techniques (chromatography), mass spectrometry, hyphenated chromatography-mass spectrometry techniques, electrochemistry, bioassays, and drug metabolism assays.
CHEMISTRY 567 | Lab Report on GST-SH2
already learned but may have forgotten. 3. obtain key cards for access to Chemistry computer room. 1. Lecture on Lab Techniques part 2, 2. Locker Check-in 3. Interactive Biochemistry Computer Techniques (Chem computer room, GMCS234). ... Aldolase experiment (Introduction and Flow Chart for first four days of Aldolase Experiment due at beginning of class, i.e., purification, dialysis, phosphocellulose column chromatography, gel filtration chromatography, etc.) a)Isolation of chicken breast muscle cytosol b)...
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22 October
Laboratories Assignments
Laboratory 1: Alchemy: Changing a Penny into Gold Laboratory 2: Solubility Properties of Various Substances Laboratory 3: Measuring Viscosity Laboratory 4: Reporting Physical Changes Laboratory 5: Proper Measurement Techniques Laboratory 6: Calculating Densities of Unknown and Irregular Substances Laboratory 7: Performing a Quantitative Separation of a Heterogeneous Mixture ... With a strong emphasis on organic synthesis, more advanced techniques are introduced including the use of gas chromatography.
Paper Chromatography
Chromatography – a laboratory technique that separates components within a compound by utilizing the differential affinities of the components for a gas or liquid mobile medium and for a stationary adsorbing medium through which they pass. ... Page 18. Paper Chromatography: Hints, Tips, and Extras cont. Filter Flask Purchase: () Click on Lab Glass and Vessels. All World Scientific () Click on Store > Filtration thru Goggles > Flasks. EBay () Type Filter Flask into the search box and click Search.
Basic Guide to Protein Chromatography/Purification
chromatography tutorial has already introduced you. important questions listed above in these. to the concepts of several chromatographic resins, protocols. You should be aware of the. the application of selecting a separation technique ... Save fractions and run assay as soon as possible! Your laboratory notebook should have all the observations and settings from this chromatography. You should be able to give this notebook to anyone in the lab and expect them to repeat the experiment without additional instructions from you.
Restructured curriculum phase IV
Semester –ii. title of the paper major core (MC)papers. 1 Stem cell Technology 2 Separation techniques for Bio molecules 3 r-DNA technology 4 Separation Techniques for biomolecules - Lab course 5 r-DNA technology - Lab course. ... UNIT V: DEMONSTRATION-: High Performance Liquid Chromatography Gas Chromatography, Separation of Cell Organelles- Differential Centrifugation. REFERENCES: 1. Sawney, B.S. 1998, Chromatographic Techniques.
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The module is designed to be lab intensive in order to introduce students to the cutting-edge. techniques that are routinely used in modern biochemistry and molecular biology laboratory. ... Module Contents. - Protein electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE). - Chromatography and separation techniques. - Protein purification and characterization. - Centrifugation techniques - ultracentrifugation. - Immunochemical techniques – ELISA & flow cytometry.
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19 August
Introduction to Organic Laboratory
Furthermore, the chromatography technique learned in the lab is a useful one that then becomes part of an organic chemist’s repertoire. The other important realm of a laboratory course is to expose the student to the safe handling of many different types of chemicals as well as to the myriad of apparatus and equipment used in the lab. The laboratory experience also helps the student to understand and interpret experimental procedures.
26 April
Abi biotechnology research internship
By working on this project, students will learn all basic techniques in molecular cloning including PCR, restriction digestion, ligation, plasmid extraction, E. Coli transformation, and gel electrophoresis, etc. Students also have chance to learn to run ELISA, Western blotting, Northern blotting, gas chromatography and liquid chromatography. Another research area of my lab is biofuel production from cellulosic plant biomass such as dedicated energy crops, rice and wheat straw, and duckweed, etc.
CHEMISTRY 37400 – Syllabus
The laboratory techniques described in Chapters 1 to 15 are widely used in an organic chemistry laboratory. The physical theory of these techniques is also described in these chapters. The relevant sections of the chapters must be read carefully prior to coming to the lab. ... Week 6 Mar 8 Week 7 Mar 15. Continued… Part IV: GC-MS, and 1HNMR Analysis Isolation of R-(-)- and S-(+)-Carvone from Spearmint Oil and Caraway Seed Oil (Vacuum Distillation, Column Chromatography, TLC, and IR Spectroscopy). Lab III Lab IV.
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Technique 21. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). ... LabSkills provides students the opportunity to practice skills and prepare for real laboratory classes in a safe environment. Students work through the assignments in advance of the lab so they can actively rehearse common practical techniques by engaging with simulations, videos and quizzes.
7 February
Observations of
§ Transform bacteria with jellyfish gene (GFP) § Study gene selection and regulation (amp/ara) § Restriction enzyme and ligation concepts § Advanced lab techniques § Possible extentions (GFP chromatography) § Complete in two 45 minute lab sessions. Pros and Cons. +Highlights the central molecular framework of biology: (DNAaRNAaProteinaTrait).
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12 November
Course Descriptions
Laboratory experiments are IR Spectroscopy; Distillation; Chemical Kinetics; Extraction; Recrystallization; GC Chromatography; Thin Layer Chromatography; Column Chromatography; Benzylic Bromination; and NMR Spectroscopy. Goals and Objectives. Prepare for professional exams. Have the opportunity to learn and understand the theories, properties, and reactions of organic compounds. Have the opportunity to develop scientific reasoning and perform lab techniques. Course Requirements.
7 September
Putman’s Biol 160 Lab 7: Photosynthesis
In chromatography, you need a substrate (the paper towel) and a running medium (the liquid). You put the mixture of compounds you wish to separate on or in the substrate and let the. 7.2. Putman’s Biol 160 Lab 7: Photosynthesis. running medium “run” past the sample. ... evidence that light is necessary for photosynthesis. 7.3. Putman’s Biol 160 Lab 7: Photosynthesis. 2. State which wavelength of light has the most energy. 3. Describe and demonstrate the theory and technique for the extraction and maximum.
KJ2053 - Chromatography (Analytical Chemistry II) - NTNU
The course gives a theoretical as well as a practical introduction to principles and techniques of chromatography: adsorption and partition chromatography (normal and reversed-phase systems), thin layer chromatography (TLC), column liquid ... As a part of the laboratory course work, before the lab. exercises start up, there will be given a compulsory HSE-lecture specifically for this course (typically end of January/beginning of February), which is a prerequisite to get access to the lab. course.
29 September
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12 September
College of the Canyons: “Introduction to
It has been called chromatography due to its similarity to separation seen in chromatographic techniques. • The experiment will be repeated to help clarify the role of various factors on data accuracy as well as expand on the technique of gel filtration. • Purification of molecules based on size is used in the manufacture of foods and medicines as well as in scientific research and medical labs.
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24 April
Chromatography---. The collective term for a set of laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures. ... and flows down through the column (by either gravity or external pressure). Purpose Column chromatography is generally used as a purification technique: it isolates a desired compound from a mixture.
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9 April
Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
Students who continue to copy, will get ‘FD’ and will not be able to continue this course. 3. CHEM 324 Lab Manual, 2012, Middle East Technical University, Ankara. LABORATORY PROGRAM. Each student has two lab periods a week to complete an experiment. ... In visible light manganese and cobalt gives light-brown followed by a yellow copper spot. 6. Compute and compare the Rf values of each metal obtained from the ascending and descending chromatography techniques.
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13 June
Therapeutics Manufacturing Program
3 lec/3 lab. BITC 2411: Biotechnology Laboratory Instrumentation This course covers theory, application and operation of various biotechnology-related analytical instruments and addresses separation and identification techniques including electrophoresis, spectrophotometry and chromatography. Students learn how to handle various laboratory chemicals, sample and store biological materials, and operate and calibrate analytical instruments while incorporating proper laboratory safety and management.
3 February
Expectations and Requirements | Laboratory Notebook
Course Description: (CRN 58224) This is a laboratory course to accompany CH242, the second of the three-term sequence of Organic Chemistry lab for students majoring in chemistry, biology, or related sciences. In it we will observe the nature, properties, and reactions of organic molecules. Basic laboratory techniques will be learned and applied including crystallization, melting point determination, steam distillation, chromatography, extraction, synthesis, NMR, UV, and infrared analysis.
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4 July
Department of Chemistry | Laboratory
All homework assignments will be due during this week’s lab session unless otherwise specified. September 9 Acetaminophen; Extraction Introduction to Chromatographic Techniques Assigned Reading: Acetaminophen, see Manual pp 21-22; Technique: Extraction, The Separatory Funnel ... September 16 Isolation of Caffeine from Tea (Manual pp 23-24) Thin Layer Chromatography (we will use commercially prepared TLC plates, see Manual, p 23) Assigned Reading: Chromatography, Z, pp. 252-267; Sublimation, Zpp.
Thin layer chromatography- tlc | GREEN LAB
GREEN LAB. Students work in teams of four. CCO SATISFIED. Chromatography. IMPORTANT TECHNIQUES. Analysis- quantitative; TLC. ... When examining TLC plates in this laboratory exercise, the following general rules will apply: · The role of the solvent is to move the compound through the solid media. A non-polar solvent will dissolve non-polar compounds.
Experiment 5: Column | Column Chromatography
Separation of Ferrocene & Acetylferrocene by Column Chromatography. Reading: Mohrig, Hammond & Schatz Ch. 18 pgs 235-253. watch the technique video on the course website! Types of Chromatography. 1. Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) • stationary phase: spread over glass or plastic sheet ... A. Chromatography of a Mixture of Ferrocene & Acetylferrocene separate two compounds by column chromatography. DUE: Extraction Lab Report (exp 4) Lab Reports are due at the beginning of your regular lab session.
NYU - Intro. to Lab. Tech. Syllabus
ANAL492. Sep. and Ident. Food Dyes by Paper Chromatography. June 16. ... STRC409. Molecular Geometry and Bonding. * Tuesday lab meets only for the last two (2) weeks of the term. ** The take home labs are due in the laboratory class on the due dates. Students who do not check out will receive a grade of incomplete (I).
29 December
Exp. 9, Separation by Simple and Fractional
the reasoning behind it 4. Describe how separation is achieved in gas chromatography. INTRODUCTION: This experiment is a technique lab on separating and purifying compounds by distillation and on using GC to analyze samples. Distillation is a frequently-used technique involving boiling and condensing and is used for mixtures of liquid compounds that have different vapor pressures (different boiling points).
Chemistry 322L: Exam Review
o What properties do we look for in a drying agent? o What do we use in lab as a drying agent • Recrystallization Technique 15 (pages 221-235) o What is it o How do we choose a solvent for recrystallization • Melting-Point Theory Technique 14 (pages 211-220) o Definition o A range (define what this range is), not a single temp. o What happens to mp under certain conditions-wet sample, impure, mixture • Thin-Layer Chromatography Technique 18 (pages 253-269) o Stationary phase...
Chemical Principles
Each of these techniques depends on the differing chemical or physical properties of the components of the mixture. In this lab, you will look at the components that make up lipstick. Lipstick is a ubiquitous substance that purposely or accidently shows up in many places. ... Thin layer chromatography is just one of the several chromatographic methods available.
BOSTON UNIVERSITY / Dresden Science Program
Required Text: D.L. Pavia, G.M. Lampman, G.S.Kriz, Jr.and R.G. Engel, Introduction to Organic Laboratory Techniques,A Microscale Approach, edition 3 – BU custom edition, W.B. Saunders, 2000. Required Equipment: To reduce the risk of eye injury approved goggles or safety glasses with side shields or must be worn AT ALL TIMES in lab. ... 14, p.143. gas chromatography technique 15 polarimetry handout technique 17. and Synthesis of soap. 43, p. 356.
Chromatography and Spectrophotometry Lab
Chromatography and Spectrophotometry Lab. Purpose: To extract and separate pigments (there are 4) from a spinach leaf and analyze them separately for transmission and absorption of light at wavelengths from 380 to 720 nm. ... NOTE: This lab takes 4 days in total because you must first learn the techniques involved. If your chromatograph is not good, you will not be able to produce good data. So we practice first. There are several ways to do this, the "quarter" (coin) method and the "student ID" method.
Experiment #6 Chromatography
Experiment #6 Chromatography OBJECTIVES n To become familiar with techniques separating mixtures n To learn about chromatography, specifically paper chromatography DISCUSSION The word chromatography means color-writing and the name was chosen at the beginning of this century, when the method was first used, to separate colored components from plant leaves.
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Learning proper lab techniques (distillation, TLC, Column Chromatography, recrystallization...) Unimportant. Of Little Importance. ... Nothing really, maybe a little more overview at the beginning • All the current techniques and methods are really good. • I think that the biggest thing would be to better align the lecture and laboratory material. I would be more interested in learning material if I could see an example of how it is useful to me.
Statement of safety expectations
Lab Grades: The lab is worth 100 points in your CHEM 3719 grade. Lab grades will be based upon the pre lab (20%), notebook (20%), results, technique, and safety (20%), and reports (40%). The laboratory grades will be normalized to an average of 85% to ensure equity amongst laboratory sections. ... 10. Note – each student will perform a simple distillation, no pairs. 7 Thin Layer Chromatography – Handout on Lab Web Page. pp 801-812.
B.S. Sophomore Year – Spring Semester Lab
Description: Organic laboratory techniques. Distillation. Spectroscopy. Melting points. Recrystallization. Chromatography. ... Informal lab reports are submitted for each. 1. Distillation (simple, fractional, and fractional with packed column distillation; microscale experiment using a Hickman Hinkle apparatus; compare distillation set-up efficiencies using theoretical plate calculations; cyclohexene synthesis from cyclohexanol; fractional distillation purification of cyclohexane).
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8 August
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26 December
Plant Pigment Chromatography
distance pigment travels (cm) distance solvent travels (cm). Plant Traveling Lab. TTU/HHMI at CISER. 2010. 1. The bands derived in paper chromatography contain the pigments found in the plant. The bands can be cut apart, and placed in alcohol to elute the pigment in an extract. Each pigment can be tested to derive the wavelength absorption spectrum for that pigment.
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Chemistry: Fractional dilution, extraction, gas chromatography, IR, titration, filtration Certifications: Phlebotomy, CPR, First Aid. EXPERIENCE. University Health Services, Austin, TX Lab Technician and Phlebotomist. August 2013 - Present. · Perform blood draws in patients, maintained sterile laboratory technique, and shipped and handled blood and. tissue samples for lab testing. Sports Medicine Clinic Volunteer. August 2010 - May 2012.
Before the next laboratory, you and your team should do further research on the molecular structure of these types of molecules, to better understand their physical properties. Use what you learn to consider possible problems to explore in the next lab. ... In the following exercise you’ll learn yet another paper chromatography technique, and use it to separate chlorophyll a from chlorophyll b. 1. From the front desk, obtain an 6 x 6 cm piece of chromatography paper.
Paper Chromatography of a Metal Cation Mixture
In general, Paper Chromatography is considered to be a low resolution technique. Other chromatographic techniques have been developed to significantly improve resolution. ... Post Lab Questions. 1. If you had not been told there were only three possible compounds in your unknown mixture, would you be able to determine the number of compounds in your mixture based on your chromatographic results? Explain.
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28 April
Cell Biology Techniques Manual TOC
Techniques Manual Table of Contents. Lab Safety Sheet. Sample Exam Questions. Laboratory Worksheets. Tutorials. Cell Biology Links. ... Protein Analysis. Column Chromatography. Electrophoresis.
Qu Lab
Our works are preliminarily based on the utilization of state-of-the-art liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC/MS) techniques for the investigation of extremely complex biological, clinical and pharmaceutical matrixes. ... What's new in the lab?
17 April
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13 December
CHEMISTRY 008L—Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of CHEM 008L, students should have acquired a solid foundation of fundamental skills and knowledge associated with organic lab techniques as well as communication and teamwork skills. ... • Utilize common characterization techniques, such as GC paper chromatography, melting point, as well as interpret the resulting data.
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16 December
Silica gel column chromatography | CH 421, Pre?lab 3
Complete the table on the following page and include it, along with the other reaction information (procedure, data, conclusions), in your lab notebook prior to the experiment. Where a line is drawn through a cell in the table, you do not need to include that data. Resolution of Racemic a?Phenylethylamine and Determination of Optical Purity Using NMR and a Chiral Resolving Agent Reference: Pavia, D.L.; Lampman, G. M.; Kriz, G. S.; Engel, R. G. A Small Scale Approach to Organic Laboratory Techniques; Brooks/Cole...
College of Public Health
September 9th Week 3: Lecture: General Cell Culture Techniques Wet Lab: Viability assay-Trypan blue, Cytotoxicity assay-MTT based; J774A.1 cell line; antimalarial/antileishmanial/antifilarial standard drugs. * September 16th Week 4: LAB REPORT DUE – Submit via Canvas in Microsoft Word format only (before class) Lecture: Microscopy and chromatography Wet Lab: Preparation of slides, staining and observing under the microscope, observing fixed slides (stained organisms, fluorescent cells).
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5 January
Chromatography | 5 - Experimental Technique
As in other adsorption chromatography techniques, the way HIC is used depends on the size of the solute molecule. Small molecules such as small peptides interact with the medium by single point attachment. ... 86. Preparative, large scale applications. When chromatographic techniques are developed to be part of a manufacturing process for a pharmaceutical or a diagnostic for commercial application, they have to comply with special requirements.
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How Does Chromatography Work? There are numerous different chromatography techniques; however, they all use a stationary phase and mobile phase. The part that stays in one place is called the stationary phase, and the part that moves is called the mobile phase. ... chromatogram of a know pen with the crime scene ink to make a positive identification. Step 2. Paper Chromatography Lab In this experiment, you will conduct a qualitative analysis of various dyes in ink. Materials • Hydroville Science Journal • Pencil...
Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM2233) Fall 2016-2017
Textbook and other required materials: Laboratory Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 4th edition, J.R. Mohrig, D.G. Alberg, G.E. Hofmeister, P.F. Schatz and C.N. Hammond; W. H. Freeman & Co. Organic Chemistry Student Lab Notebook, Hayden-McNeil Safety goggles. ... Expt. 4 Thin Layer Chromatography *Holiday*.
Demas Lab: Techniques
The Demas Lab. Home Research People Publications Techniques Lab Activities. ... Agglutination assays. Tests of delayed-type hypetsensitivity (DHT). High pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) to assess neurotransmitter levels in tissues.
30 October
Title of the Course
O Classification crieteria of chromatographic techniques. Instrumental TLC techniques. Wednesday. 13/08/2014 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon. O Basics of liquid chromatography: Thin-layer chromatography (TLC) Column liquid chromatography. O - Part 2. ... Detectors, Derivatization in HPLC, Quantitative analysis. HPLC and their applications. “ How to reproduce a chromatography experiment in your own lab ". Monday Wednesday.
Chem 431. Biochemistry Laboratory. Fall 2008. Lecture Notes:: Lab. ... We will begin our discussion by looking at chromatography from two perspectives: 1) types of chromatography (the underlying phenomena upon which chromatographic separations are based), and 2) a classification of the methods of chromatography (e.g. paper, column, etc.).
12 November
Lab #1: Introduction to Lab Techniques
Using the correct number of decimal places (as you did in the pre-lab), determine the volume of liquid in each of the 3 cylinders and record the data below. Graduate Cylinder Increment of.
Chromatography. Sr. Stephanie Blaszczynski Resurrection High School Barbara Daiker Brookwood Junior High Nancy Zipprich D. D. Eisenhower High School. Objectives: 1. Acquaint students with chromatography as a technique useful in separating mixtures. ... 3. Define chromatography as: the process of separating small quantities of a substance in a mixture (often a solution) through selective absorption. 4. Have the class perform a chromatography lab using black and several other colored water-soluble pen markers.
27 March
Activity Summaries
Download Diatom Lab Summary. ELISA (1 Day, 50 minutes or longer class period, Grades 10-12): Students use ELISA techniques to diagnose disease exposure (demo only- students are not exposed to any disease). Advance notice is required for this lab. ... Download Kool-Aid Chromatography Lab Summary. Microscopy (1 Day, 20 minutes or longer class period, Grades pK-9): Students are introduced to research grade stereo or compound microscopes through grade-level activities selected in consultation with the...
26 May
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15 September
Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry
Ionization Techniques. ... Ideally your chromatographic method would use this column and mobile phases and be developed in your lab prior to submitting your sample. If you are unable to develop your own method, you may submit a method from the literature for a mixture similar to your own, or we can use a standard 30 minute or 1 hour linear gradient.
10 April
LSM2191 Laboratory techniques in life sciences
Factual knowledge in recombinant DNA techniques, such as RNA isolation, reverse transcription, polymerase chain reaction, recombinant DNA construction and recombinant protein expression; and in protein purification, such as liquid chromatography, polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and western blotting, will be integrated with laboratory practice. ... MODE OF ASSESSMENT: 50% - Lab reports 50% - Continuous Assessments. Module co-ordinators & lecturers
Tools and Techniques
Tools, Equipment and Techniques. Our lab employs a variety of analytical techniques to interpret field data. In working to further understand phytoplankton ecology, we analyze toxin production and metabolic processes of phytoplankton, as well as monitoring oceangraphic parameters such as nutrient levels. ... This technique combines the physical separation capabilities of liquid chromatography with mass analysis.
24 December
Stanford Microfluidics Laboratory
Review of the use of ITP for purification of nucleic acids! March, 2013: Haddad, P.R. Editorial on" Purification of nucleic acids using isotachophoresis", by Anita Rogacs, Lewis A. Marshall and Juan G. Santiago, Journal of chromatography. ... New software refines popular but tricky lab technique. Feb, 2010: Our open-source simulation tool for nonlinear electrophoresis featured in Chromatography Techniques.
16 August
Reminder: These notes are meant to supplement, not replace...
Thin Layer and Column Chromatography. History and Application: Chromatography is a very old and widely used analytical and preparative. technique. Chromatographic separations are used in forensics (CSI), research, chemical manufacturing plants, environmental testing (pesticides, air, water), water purification in remote locations and drug testing of athletes urine. ... Toluene, ethanol, Hexane and methyl t-butyl ether (MTBE) are flammable organic liquids. Have no flames in lab.
Contaminant analysis techniques
Below is the general methodology we used. The various stages in our high-resolution gas chromatographic analysis, included: a) Extraction. b) Lipid removal. ... Analytical chemistry links. Introduction: Theory of analytical chromatography. Analytical techniques: GC and HPLC. Organic chemistry lab techniques.
4 December
Chapter 20. chemistry in the crime lab
One such chromatographic technique is gas chromatography (GC) combined with mass spectrometry (MS). In gas chromatography, the moving phase is an unreactive gas such as nitrogen or helium, and the stationary phase is inside a narrow ... Blood typing is a technique of serology, a broad category of laboratory tests that utilize specific antigen and serum antibody reactions. Microscopy is used extensively in the crime lab, as samples of hair, fiber, and other types of evidence are examined using a variety of microscope types.
Course Descriptions - Chemistry
CH337 Organic Chemistry Lab I (1 Cr) Students will learn basic laboratory techniques for purifying and identifying organic compounds. The topics covered will be thin layer chromatography, gas chromatography, extraction, recrystallization, simple and fractional distillation, melting points, bioling points, derivatives, spectroscopy, and using the chemical literature for obtaining physical property information.
1 October
Plants and Energy Lab
Plants and Energy Lab for General Biology BI 101. Biology Department, Saint Anselm College. How to use this page - Video. Click on the highlighted text for a video of the steps below. Paper Chromatography. Mac OS 9 (avi). ... Add Solvent - adding solvent to the chromatography development cylinder. Place paper in the developing solution. How to use this page - Slides and other materials. Click on the thumbnail image or the highlighted text to see a larger version of each specimen.
25 January
Teaching | The Cramer Lab
Topics include: general concepts (e.g. dynamics of zone migration, multicomponent adsorption, chromatographic dispersion, linear and non-linear chromatography); liquid chromatographic techniques (e.g. reversed-phase, ion exchange, affinity, chiral, metal chelate, and size ... In this lab, you will be using a mode of chromatography called ion exchange chromatography which separates proteins based upon their electrostatic interactions with a charged chromatographic material (Cramer and Natarajan, 1999).
20 February
Department of Chemistry, SUNY-ESF
Laboratory techniques include compound manipulations, extractions, distillations, chromatography, synthesis, and calculation of yields. Spring. Prerequisite: One year of General Chemistry. ... Fall. Prerequisites: One year of General Chemistry (I, II) plus the associated lab courses.
2 September
Chapter Week 2: Laboratory Tel: 412 Schedule Inserting glass tubing Cleaning glassware Handling chemicals Disposing of chemicals Prepping solutions Measu 1: Inserting Glass Tubing… 2: Cleanin Soap and tap water Ta 3: Handlin Read! ... Confirmation of signature on safety notes Graph of pennies date vs. weight Lab techniques p35-36 answered All materials stapled together – name on front I must check your work before you leave.
Environmental and Green Analysis of Nitrate or Phosphate...
Laboratory Techniques Volumetric Analysis, Liquid Chromatography, Calibration Curves. ... Pre-lab Lecture Environmental Ideas: 1. Introduce nitrate and phosphate in water – Sources: Human and animal waste, residential and. agricultural fertilizer runoff, some industrial processes. a. Eutrophication: algal blooms, oxygen deprivation of aquatic animal life, etc. b. Mississippi dead zone.
Prerequisite: CHEM 3070 and major status. Description: Sampling, identification, and analysis of process-related materials using quantitative instrumental and laboratory techniques. Historical and current methods. Emphasis on adaptability to on-line process monitoring. ... 8.5 IR/FTIR Spectra & Analysis Lab Notebooks. TH Sep 22 Separations and Chromatography (KR) IR Analysis Problem Ch. 9.1, 9.2. Analysis for Metals Memo Report.
Paper Chromatography of Amino Acids
I. Objectives: • To determine the relationship between the chromatographic properties and the chemical structures of amino acids • Use paper chromatography to investigate the chemical structure of an unknown amino acid. II. Background ... Procedure: 1. The chromatography chambers (located in the hood) will be set up prior to lab by the lab instructor to allow them to “equilibrate”. 2. WEARING GLOVES, obtain a clean piece of filter paper.
Instructor’s manual for laboratory projects using...
content of frozen foods – Ion Chromatography • DNA restriction fragment analysis – Capillary Electrophoresis • Additives in soft drinks – Capillary Electrophoresis. I assign the groups based on information I have collected the first day of class. ... Students keep an annotated log in the lab notebook of all of the hours they spend on their project (all hours count except those that go into preparing the final Powerpoint presentation and writing their final individual laboratory reports).
Laboratory Techniques Back to TOC. Distillation. Paper Chromatography. Column Chromatography. Liquid-Liquid Extraction. Sublimation.
3 August
Week 2 - Lab Techniques
Week 2 - Lab Techniques.
27 February
Paper Chromatography: Separating & Identifying FD&C Dyes
This is the principle that operates in a technique called chromatography. ... As an example, the following table shows how to calculate the Rf values for the known dyes and the lower of the two spots for the unknown (you will measure the higher spot as part of the pre-lab). For this table, the ruler next to the chromatogram was used to measure the distances.
Spectrometry and Chromatography | D. After lab
answer in your lab notebook. 4. Write a concise protocol for the chromatography part of your investigation. Be sure to. use numbered steps, put each step on a new line, and have only one action in each step. C. During lab. ... One of the simplest chromatographic techniques is that of Paper Chromatography, in which the supporting medium is filter paper. In today's laboratory you will separate plant pigments by paper chromatography. Identification of Pigments.
Lab Techniques: DNA extraction, DNA purification...
Lab Techniques: lab safety, sterile techniques, Restriction enzyme digest, ligation, bacterial transformation, bacterial cultures, DNA purification, agarose gel electrophoresis, column chromatography, polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, sequence comparisons on computer. Expectations for Students receiving Bio 299 credit and course grade: Must have already received "B" grade or better in a 200-level biology course.
11 December
Unit - University of Canberra
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1 September
PRE-LAB TABLE #1. 4. Gas chromatography purdue university instrument van project. ... GOW-MAC Instructional Manual Model 69-350. Experiment VII, Industrial Laboratory Techniques on the High School Level by Harmon, Bridgewater Raritan High School, East Martinsville, NJ. Determination of Methanol in Gasoline by Gas Chromatography by Tackett, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
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4 October
Gas Chromatography | Post?Lab Questions
The analysis is performed using gas chromatography. Introduction. The term chromatography applies to the separation of chemical constituents in a sample so they can be either detected or utilized individually. Gas chromatography (GC) is a method of separating “volatile” compounds (those with a high?vapor pressure or a relatively low boiling point) so that they may be ... Component 3. Post?Lab Questions: 1. Two different common methods of separating compounds using a column depend on boiling point and on.
QuantitativeMetabolicProfiling Based on Gas Chromatography
Paper and Thin-layer Chromatography. Certainly the principal profiling effort by use of paper-. chromatographic. techniques was that of Williams et al., as. described previously. ... An even more sophisticated system is that developed in Burlingame’s lab-oratory (94), utilizing high-resolution GC-high-resolution MS; this system and a previous version designed for low-resolution GC-high-resolution MS (95) have been used to identify components in metabolic profiles of organic acids and other materials.3 Jakobs et al.
Lab Exercise 5: Pure culture techniques
contributed to many of the laboratory techniques we still use today, including the method for isolating pure c ul tures of bacteria. The most commonly used method in the laboratory for isolating microbes is the s trea k pla te, and to a lesser extent, the po ur pla te. ... Chromobacterium violaceum. Individual supplies 1 environmental body broth (from Lab Exercise 4). 2 nutrient agar plates Inoculating loop. Protocol: 1. Prepare lab bench by removing extraneous items and cleaning surface with table disinfectant.
Fresno City College : Chemistry
Topics include preparation of solutions, solution properties, filtration, extraction, distillation, determination of physical properties, recrystallization, chromatography, and spectroscopy. CHEM 20 - PRACTICAL QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS 5 units, 2 lecture hours, 9 lab hours PREREQUISITE: Chemistry 18L. ... The analysis of unknown samples by both classical and instrumental techniques with emphasis on practical applications used in real lab settings.
19 June
CHEM 331, FALL 2013
Laboratory Technique: This score will be assigned by your TA (and is not a subject for rebuttal with the instructor of the course) and will be based on: (1) Your understanding of what is going on in the lab (2) Your level of preparation and general confidence in performing experiments (3) Day-to-day neatness, desktop organization, and efficiency (4) Ability to draw. ... 31 LECTURE 9 (Quiz Notes: 6 opens at noon). Lab 7: thin-layer chromatography. 26.
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7 October
Laboratory Techniques
Once the data is in hand, calculations are done with the numbers obtained. How good the calculations are depends on a number of factors: (1) how careful you are in taking the measurements (laboratory techniques), (2) how good your measuring device is in getting a true measure (accuracy), and (3) how reproducible the measurement is (precision).
Thin Layer Chromatography Characterization of the
Only silicon-coated, plastic chromatographic plates were used throughout the experiment. Ground Excedrin tablets were dissolved in dichloromethane. Ethyl acetate was used to conduct thin layer chromatography on the dissolved components of the ground-Excedrin solution. In the same manner, a thin layer chromatogram was taken of ground Anacin-tablet material.
This course covers lab safety, basic techniques in microbiology and molecular biology, use of pipets and micropipets, chromatography, gel electrophoresis, and spectrophotometry. ... BIOL-033 - Biotechnology and Society. This course focuses on some aspects of biotechnology's impact on society. Basic concepts in biotechnology are introduced in a non-technical manner to examine advances in medicine, agriculture, and other fields.
Biomanufacturing Courses : Biomanufacturing
Course Number: BIOL 79. Units: 4. Class: 2 hours lecture and 6 hours lab. Description: Biomanufacturing production technician skills: Emphasis on growth and monitoring of fermenters and bioreactors, including cleaning, media preparation, aseptic inoculation, cell harvesting, lysis, protein recovery and purification of proteins using centrifugation, ultrafiltration and chromatography techniques.
16 September
Course Content & Objectives | Laboratory Schedule
Technique Labs, 10 points each: Success in organic lab depends on advance preparation. Therefore, there are several things you must do before coming to lab. One major component of your pre-lab assignment is to thoroughly read and understand the ... Wednesday Organic Chemical Behavior. Melting Point Crystallization. Chromatography Synthesis #2: Octenes CHECK-OUT. Laboratory Reading Assignments. Experiment Safety & Introduction Organic Chemical Behavior. Melting Point Distillation.
CHEM 103 Lab › Lab techniques
Category Archives: Lab techniques. Data analysis in Excel. Thursday, December 22, 2016. ... These talents will hopefully be expanded and built upon during subsequent chemistry and other science lab courses. The exact documentation requested for each laboratory exercise is explained at the end of each experimental write-up.
11 September
SCHEDULE -- Organic Chemistry CH 338 Lab, Spring 2007
Texts: 1. “Organic Laboratory Techniques,” 3rd edition, Fessenden & Fessenden & Feist (FFF) (purchase at bookstore) 2. “Organic Chemistry Laboratory II for Chemistry Majors, CH 338, PSU” (Lab Manual) (purchase at Smart Copy) Notes: 1. Safety goggles and notebook ... 1 Begin Exp. 2, Part I: Acetylation of Ferrocene and Column Chromatography * complete filtration and washing of the crude product. (it needs to dry before column chromatography). Lab Manual, p 18-21 FFF, p 119-125. 3 (April 16-19) Complete Exp.
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31 August
LAB TECHNIQUES. Prepared by Ross Nord, Eastern Michigan University. ... Experimental error may be classified as either systematic (determinate) or random (indeterminate) error. Systematic error is always attributable to a definite cause, such as a malfunction in an instrument, erroneous technique, miscalculation, etc.
Gas Chromatography
Gas Chromatography. In a previous lab you attempted to purify a mixture of ethyl acetate and n-butyl acetate using fractional distillation. You collected three fractions; each successive fraction should theoretically be richer in the higher boiling component. ... Common chromatography techniques include Gas Chromatography (GC), Column Chromatography, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), and Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC).
Science Activity: Secret Colors in a Black... | Exploratorium
How fast each pigment travels depends on the size of the pigment molecule and on how strongly the pigment is attracted to the paper. Since the water carries the different pigments at different rates, the black ink separates to reveal the colors that were mixed to make it. In this experiment, you're using a technique called chromatography.
31 March
PAU .:. Egitim Ogretim Bilgi Sistemi
•Chemistry lab safety, •Goods and Equipment laboratory glass, •Technical and Chemical Substances, •Solids, •Crystallization and Melting Point, •Liquids, •Distillation and Boiling Point, •Extraction, •Chromatography. Prerequisites. ... Goals : Crystallization, Kurtman, distillation, filtration, such as chemical basic techniques used in laboratories gosterilmesi.Labaratuvarda how harmful and toxic compounds cal?s?lacag?n?n to teach. Content : •Chemistry lab safety, •Goods and Equipment laboratory glass, •Technical...
18 January
Chem 161 labs | Lab Technique Videos
Lab Technique Video: How to Use an Analytical Balance. Lab Techniques: How to use Flasks, Beakers and Graduated Cylinders. ... Lab Technique Video: How to Use a Bunsen Burner. Lab 4: Reaction of Hydrogen Peroxide with Bleach student excel. Sample Problem: HCl + NaHCO3.
3 December
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
acid-base extraction distillation (simple and fractional) crystallization melting point determination thin-layer chromatography (TLC). Outcome: At the end of this lab, you should have: separated, regenerated, and purified the acidic component separated the two neutral components using distillation determined the melting point and Rf values of several standards identified the acidic compound and another unknown using the information collected from the standards. Introduction: The basic laboratory techniques of extraction...
EHS 621: Chromatographic Methods
EHS 621: Chromatographic Methods. Fall 2010. The course will familiarize students with the use of established as well as emerging chromatographic techniques in a public health laboratory environment. Students will be presented with in-depth discussions and practical applications of a variety of chromatographic systems including GC/MS/MS, HPLC/MS/MS, UPLC/MS/MS, ICP/MS, and Ion Chromatography. ... Introduction LOAC/LINC Lab Tour. 1-Sep.
LAB OPTIONS: (register separately)
See above. LAB OPTIONS: (register separately). 17123. CHEM 142 LBA. Basic Prin of Chemistry II LAB A. Justin Foy. ... The laboratory is also intended to develop familiarity with experiment design, experimental techniques, and instrumental methods such as chromatography and spectroscopy. Prerequisite: CHEM 201. Class size: 20.
5 November
Thin-Layer Chromatography
Thin-Layer Chromatography. Reference: Smith, Chapters 1-5. Pre-lab assignment: After you read the following discussion, predict the relative mobility of acetanilide, salicylic acid, and acetylsalicylic acid on silica gel. ... Thin-layer chromatography is a micro laboratory technique that separates compounds dissolved in a solvent (mobile phase) according to their mobility on a thin surface coating (stationary phase), usually silica gel (SiO2) or alumina (Al2O3).
Pandey Lab Technologies
Our lab has one 1200 series and three 1100 series HPLC systems from Agilent Technologies. We use these LC systems for both nano-flow and standard flow applications. In most projects, we carry out offline fractionation of proteins/peptides using various LC based techniques such as strong cation exchange chromatography (SCX), anion exchange chromatography and macroporous reversed phase chromatography.
10 July
AIIMS - All India Institute Of Medical Science
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1 September
Chemistry 338 sec 3: Organic Chemistry Lab Fall 2015
Grading: Your grade in organic laboratory is largely based on the work done performing the assigned experiments and understanding the techniques/procedures. The lab reports will be graded based on the quality of your data, your presentation of the results, and your answers to post-lab questions. ... Chromatography (TLC).
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27 October
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24 April
CHE 311 Lab Exam Tips
Go to Lab Exam 2 Tips. CHE 311. Studying for the Lab Procedures Test (Lab Exam 1). The purpose of this test is to evaluate your learning of the major techniques of organic chemistry which you have learned about and practiced in the past few weeks of lab. ... Distillation (simple & fractional) (Z 17-23, 34). Chromatography (emphasis on gas chromatography and TLC) (Z 26-27, 30). Melting point determination (Z 11, 12). Sublimation (Z 24). The test will consist of 35 multiple-choice questions, approximately...
4 October
Faculty of pharmacy
PHAR 702 – TOPICS IN CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES (3Cr: 2Lec, 2Lab) High pressure liquid chromatography, gas chromatography, high performance thin layer chromatography, electrophoresis, theory, instrumentation and applications for qualitative and quantitative analysis. PHAR 703 – ADVANCED COURSE IN DRUG ANALYSIS (3Cr: 2Lec, 2Lab) Advanced methods in pharmaceutical Analysis.
Teacher Resources | Lab Kit Customization
Ecology of Organisms Ecological Interactions Environmental Succession Appendix - Good Lab Techniques. ... Equilibrium Constants Preparation of Buffer Solutions Standardization of a Solution Titration Indicators Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Separation by Chromatography Electrochemical Series Electrochemical Cells Organic Compounds Coordination Compounds and Isomers.
Medical genetics biochemical and molecular laboratory rotation
The MGF will observe techniques used in the biochemical genetics lab including amino acid analysis using HPLC (high-pressure liquid chromatography), urinary organic acid screening utilizing Gas chromatography/Mass spectrometry (GC/MS), and acylcarnitine profiling utilizing Tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS). In addition, the laboratory conducts approximately 30 different enzyme assays that use fluorimetric, spectophotometric, and radioisotopic determinations.
Akiva Cohen Lab: Techniques
Welcome to the Akiva Cohen Lab Web Site. Techniques. Electrophysiology: Visualized patch clamp recording. ... Western blotting. Immunohistochemistry. Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry. Behavior: Contextual fear conditioning.
23 February
Chromatography I
Pre-lab questions Date: _ 1. Define the following terms. ... c. mobile phase. d. Rf value. 2. What does TLC stand for? 3. Explain how chromatography could be used in forensics. 4. Explain why chromatography can be thought as being analogous to a race between chemical compounds.
CHEM431 Analytical Chemistry II
Lab Lecture (LL): Data treatment LL: Spectroscopy- UV/visible LL: Spectroscopy- AA LL: Spectroscopy- fluorescence LL: Spectroscopy- FT-IR LL: Electronics LL: Chromatography- GC/MS LL: Chromatography- HPLC LL ... As you are working in pairs on these experiments your timely arrival to lab affects not only yourself but your partner. Lateness of more than 20 minutes will result in loss of the 10 points allotted for that lab meeting for Laboratory Technique and Notebook.
Experiment 5 Background | Dry-column Flash Chromatography
This experiment uses two chromatographic techniques, dry-column flash chromatography and thin layer chromatography (TLC), to separate compounds. Each one serves a different purpose. ... plate selection. We will provide you with plastic plates that have been coated with silica gel on one side. Silica gel readily absorbs solvent vapors in the lab, so do not attempt to store plates in your desk. Take only what you need. spotting.
24 January
Chemistry Undergraduate Course Descriptions | Sacred Heart...
CH 153 General Chemistry Lab I 1 CR Illustrates basic concepts presented in CH 151. Experiments include qualitative analysis of cations and anions, chromatography, synthesis and FT-IR. One three-hour laboratory per week. ... CH 223 Organic Chemistry Lab I 1 CR Covers basic techniques in organic chemistry: extraction, distillation, recrystallization; thin layer chromatography; gas chromatography and IR spectroscopy.
11 March
3-Be able to understand the basics of laboratory safety and...
General Principles of Biochemistry Lab. 2. Biological buffers. ... Content. In this course will be discussed issues as buffers, methods of extraction, electrophoresis, separation techniques, column chromatography. Program Learning Outcomes.
1 January
CHEM 237 EXPERIMENT #5 –Chromatography Post-lab...
Post-lab Questions: Answer these post-lab questions neatly and concisely on the back of the lab report sheet. Use a blank sheet of paper if more space is needed to answer these questions. Your answers will be evaluated and graded on quality, not quantity of response! You are to complete this post-lab questions assignment individually.
Agri 201 – Lab Techniques
Agri 201 – Lab Techniques. Atomic absorption- calcium.
Laboratory techniques and molecular biology
: Registration : Introductory Lecture : Stem Cell Biology and Mesenchymal. Stem Cells (MSCs) : Technical Properties of the Stem Cell Culture. Lab.and Aseptic Conditions and Basic Stem Cell Laboratory Techniques: Primary, suspension, monolayer and 3D cultures : Isolation of stem cells from bone marrow and adipose tissue for clinical applications.
Introduction to Analytical Techniques
A column of beads that contain specified pore sizes provides the matrix of pores. c. Differential sedimentation- centrifugation i. Relies on the concept that heavier substances will sediment at a faster rate when spun at high speeds in a centrifuge. ii. Frequently used to prepare cell fractions as a preparative step prior to one of the other analytical techniques discussed. 2. Separation based on specific characteristics a. differential solubility. * i. Thin layer chromatography ii.
Analytical Techniques (Chemistry 442) Lecture and...
Best 9 of 10 Quizzes: 15% Classroom Assignments: 5% Best 3 of 4 Exams: 35 % Best 9 Laboratory Reports of 10: 30% 2 Laboratory Exams: 5% Emerging Techniques in Analytical Chemistry Presentation:10%. Course Grading Scale ... 6 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. 11 Principles of Chromatography. Exam # 2, Mid/Late March (Chapters 4, 6, and 11). 12 Gas Chromatography. 13 Chromatography with Liquid Mobile Phases. 15 Electroanalytical Chemistry. Exam #3, Late April (Chapters 12, 13, and 15).
Virtual Lab Demonstrations Improve Students’ Mastery of...
Visual demonstration of laboratory procedures is a key element in teaching pedagogy. The main goals of the study were to create videos explaining and demonstrating a variety of lab techniques that would serve as teaching tools for undergraduate and graduate lab courses and to assess the impact of these videos on student learning. Demonstrations of individual laboratory procedures were videotaped and then edited with iMovie.
21 October
The New School | Course Catalog
The New School in New York City offers degrees in liberal arts, music, design, social sciences, as well as certificate programs...
7 March
NSW HSC Online
Exam material and other resources to help you succeed in your HSC. A Charles Sturt University (CSU) initiative developed in collaboration with the NSW Department of Education, Science and Training.
16 December
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Thin layer chromatography. ... Gas Chromatography. HPLC. Gel Electrophoresis.
19 November
General Chemistry Laboratory
General Chemistry Laboratory. Chemistry 111R/111L Schedule Fall 2014. ... Fall 2014. Experiment/Exam 0 Safety. 1 Basic Lab Techniques 2 Paper Chromatography 3 Physical Properties 4 Hydrogen Emission 5 Formula of Metal Oxide. 6 Periodic Properties 7 Molecular Shapes 8 Alum 9 Solutions and Titrations 10 Chemistry of Copper 11 Thermochemistry.
Ion Exchange Chromatography | TECHNIQUES
There are two general principles involved in ion-exchange chromatography. These include the mobile phase and the stationary phase. In cation-exchange chromatography, the stationary phase, which consists of a large quantity of acid groups attached to a polymeric resin, is slurried with water and applied to a ... As you will soon see in the technique section of this laboratory, this experiment requires that you weigh a certain mass of the unknown salt, dissolve it into a solvent, and pass it over a column of ion-exchange resin.
1 April
Thin-Layer Chromatography | Technique
Thin-Layer Chromatography: A Laboratory Handbook is edited by Stahl, who popularizes the technique. A variety of development chambers is introduced, including linear tanks and horizontal chambers. Instruments for scanning densitometry appear. ... Fried, Bernard, and J oseph Sherma 1 9 8 6 a . Thin-Layer Chromatography: Techniques and Applications. 2d ed., Vol. 3 5 . Chromatographic Science Series, ed. Jack Cazes.
H. Frank, Separation of Optical Isomers by Chromatographic...
Covers the broad application of HPLC, from major chromatographic techniques to specific separations, as in monoclonal antibody and nucleic acid purification. W.J. Lough, Ed., Chiral Liquid Chromatography, Blackie/Chapman and Hall, 1989. This comprehensive reference provides a thorough review of chiral liquid chromatography systems and their practical applications.
11 December
A. 1218, 2011, 2569-2576. 2010. MCRC software: A tool for chemometric analysis of two-way chromatographic data. Jalali-Heravi, M., Parastar, H., Kamalzadeh, M., Tauler, R., Jaumot, J., Chemom. Intell. Lab. ... Jalali-Heravi, M. , Parastar, H. , Sereshti, H., J. Chromatog. A. 1217, 2010, 4850-4861. Assessment of the co-elution problem in gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using non-linear optimization techniques.
28 June
MARMARA UNIVERSITY Faculty of Arts and Sciences
1. Know literature search (PO13) 2. Know the laboratory techniquesPC1, PC5, PC7) 3. Know necessary rules in laboratory (PO4) 4. Know security precautions in laboratory (PO4) 5. Discuss problems and solutions with the other participants (PO3) 6. Decide the required application of lab-techniques for their solution (PO1). ... Chromatographic methods for checking purity and purification (preparative tlc, rotating disc tlc, flash chromatography, preparative hplc, etc.)
BIO 161 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology
Paper chromatography is a technique that allows the different plant pigments to be distinguished. Pigments are extracted onto the absorbent chromatography paper and the tip of the paper is dipped into a solvent. ... Think of a testable hypothesis you could address using the techniques and equipment from this week’s lab.
12 May
IUPUI Chemistry Knowledge Base / Organic Lab Techniques
Refluxing a Reaction. 01 Aug, 2011 Comments: 0. Gas Chromatography Analysis. ... 01 Aug, 2011 Comments: 0. Thin-Layer Chromatography or TLC.
26 April
Required Laboratory Materials
Grades in CHM 126 are earned by demonstrating mastery/proficiency in the required skills; these include not only the organic laboratory techniques, but also problem-solving, critical thinking, and the ability to apply organic chemistry concepts to relevant laboratory scenarios (e.g., predicting physical and chemical properties from a study of molecular structure). ... Lab 2. Thin-Layer Chromatography Lab 3. Distillation Lab 3. Distillation Lab 3. Distillation.
In the Laboratory
The videos in this section will help you to establish sound laboratory techniques and procedures and should be reviewed as a part of the lab component of your classroom instruction. ... Using The Centrifuge (M4V) This video demonstrates the appropriate way to use a centrifuge in GGC's organic chemistry lab. Thin Layer Chromatography (M4V) This video demonstrates the proper way to perform and analyze thin layer chromatography (TLC).
25 November
Chem F321 Organic Chem I Lab Syllabus
2. Laboratory sessions will consist of conducting reactions of organic compounds and their isolation, purification and characterization. 3. Each experiment will require a “Lab Report” which will consist of Pre-lab and Post-lab components. The Pre-lab portion should be completed prior to coming to lab. ... Concepts/Techniques Safety, Check-in, Lab Protocol, Glassware Fermentation, density, simple and fractional distillation, Phase diagrams, green chemistry. Acid-base chemistry. Thin Layer Chromatography, H-bonding, polarity...
Chromatography Beginnings
Chromatography Beginnings. • Mikhail Tswett (Russian botanist). o 1903 – Separated various plant pigments by passing solutions through glass column packed with finely divided CaCO3. o Separated species appeared as colored bands on the column. o Chose the name “chromatography” for this technique. • Chroma = “color” • Graphein = “write”.
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