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BCC 1814 Organic Chemistry 1

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Barton Community College 1814 Organic Chemistry 1 Lab Kit

Table of Contents

A note from the author
Kit Contents List
Student Provided Materials
Procedures for the Safe Handling of this Kit
   Hardware Hazards
   Chemical Hazards
Expectations for this Lab Course
   General Expectations
   Academic Expectations
How the Lab Manual is Structured
Module 1 Lab: Caffeine extraction from soda with TLC analysis
   Introduction
   Supplies - Store all unused chemicals in their original containers in the Kit box
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Background
   Discussion Questions
   Procedure
   Part 1: Extraction
   Part 2 Purification
   Part 3: TLC Characterization
   Waste Disposal
   Additional Discussion Questions
Module 2 Lab: Name Organic Compounds and Identify Functional Groups
   Introduction
   Supplies
   Minimum Safety Expectations Active Procedure
   Discussion Questions
   Additional Discussion Question
   Branched Alkanes
   Functional Groups
   Additional Discussion Question
   Waste Disposal
   Additional Discussion Questions
Module 3 Lab: Stereochemistry and Chirality
   Introduction
   Supplies
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Active Procedure
   Using Fischer Projections
   Discussion Questions
   Procedure
   Waste Disposal
Module 4 Lab: Reactions and Mechanisms
   Introduction
   Supplies
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Background
   Discussion Question
   Procedure
   Waste Disposal
Module 5 Lab: TLC
   Introduction
   Supplies - Store all unused chemicals in their original containers in the Kit box.
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Background
   Procedure
   Part 1: Identify an unknown
   Part 2: Alter the Polarity of the Mobile Phase
   Waste Disposal
   Discussion Questions

Module 6 Lab: Aldehyde and Ketone Identification
   Introduction
   Supplies- Store all unused chemicals in their original containers in the Kit box.
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Background
   Discussion Question
   Additional Discussion Question
   Procedure
   Part 1: Schiff’s Test *This reagent stains. Use gloves. Handle with care.
   Part 2: Iodoform Test
   Waste Disposal
   Additional Discussion Questions
Module 7 Lab: Unsaturation Identification
   Introduction
   Supplies - Store all unused chemicals in their original containers in the Kit box.
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Background
   Discussion Question
   Additional Discussion Question
   Procedure
   Waste Disposal

   Additional Discussion Questions
   Prepare for the Module 8 Lab
Module 8 Lab: Saponification and Relation to Unsaturation
   Introduction
   Supplies
   Minimum Safety Expectations
   Background
   Discussion Question
   Procedure
   Part 1: Prepare Saponification Reactions
   Part 2: Analyze the Soap Curds with soft water and simulated hard water
   Waste Disposal
   Additional Discussion Questions


This kit is designed for Barton Community College and contains the following items:

Alanine
Battery tea candle
Beakers, 100 mL
Benzoic acid
Bottled water
Bromocresol green
Brush, vial
Caffeine
Capillary tubes
Calcium hydroxide
Centrifuge tubes
Chromatography paper
CLA gel cap
Dextrose
Dropper bottle
Filter paper
Fructose
Funnel, 60 mm
Glass vials
Gloves
Goggles
Iodine solution
Lab manual
LorAnn Oils flavor oils
Magnesium sulfate
Marker
Micro centrifuge tubes
Micropipette tips
Molecular model set
Mountain Dew
Oils- avocado, castor, coconut, sunflower
Oxalic acid
Pipettes
Polarizing film
Protractor
Salicylic acid
Schiff's Reagent
Small light and battery
Sodium carbonate
Table salt
TLC plates
UV light
Vis-a-vis pen
Wooden stir sticks