This is a PRE lab report. the procedure for it Is already done for you. you just need to copy AND paste the protocol onto the lab report template. I Will attach both. lab has not happened yet. you need to research this topic beforehand and write about it in the introduction followed by the objective of the lab. if you use sources make sure to use superscript format for it. superscript goes after the period. include It in references. intro should be at least a page long. it should be detailed.
you need to also do the lab equipment portion as well as the reaction and chemicals. do not morph the formatting of the template.
if you have questions let me know please. we are required to bring a polyester water bottle to class to experiment on. so you can talk about that too in the intro. these lab reports are hard to do because we have to usually do our own protocol and research. but I have it given to you. so good luck
just to clarify what needs to be done:
intro with objective
Procedure (copy and paste from what I have attached for u in a separate doc. you can remove the procedure from the template since that is just an example)
Permeable: Literature reviews represent authoritative and up-to-date reports on a specific scientific topic in the science community. They are constructed through the summarising and critical analysis of previously published articles without introducing new data. The text will be referenced in a style that is particular to the journal where they are published.
Important information: You should include a short introduction, concise critical analysis of the literature and a short concluding statement. You may use up to 15 papers as references. They are all to be chosen by you.
Main Task: Write a literature review based on “Techno-economic analysis of a nature-inspired biorefinery producing biomass-derived activated carbon for energy storage applications.”
Instruction: The content should be referenced appropriately. Here please use the referencing style of the journal ‘CHEMICAL REVIEWS’ (ACS) – https://pubs.acs.org/journal/chreay.
Word Limit: 1500 words (+ up to 10%), not including title or reference. The word count must be stated at the end of the document.
Important: I have uploaded a literature review marking sheet (another file). Please use the Marking Sheet very carefully, make sure you contain every items listed in the marking sheet and try your best to get the Superior level.
This week you will be discussing electrochemistry. It is important to understand how redox (reduction/oxidation) occurs in the human body, and how your diet and lifestyle contributes to these mechanisms. This is especially true considering how essential the balance between free radicals and antioxidants is for proper physiological function. We often hear about the importance of antioxidants in foods and vitamins, but have you ever considered how impactful they may be for your body specifically?
What contributes to free radicals in the body? How are they introduced?
What types of consequences can occur if there is an excess of free radicals in the body?
Do you take radicals in the body into consideration when planning your meals?
What types of changes does this research encourage you to personally make?
I need a lab report with the introduction explaning the instrument the lab and important things. This is an instrumental meth of Analysis. The data is in below. Put them on a table and in the discussion part just compare them. Also in what wavelength you can see ketones or aromatic. I also have pictures of the graphs that you can include. Just analyze each one and talk about in the discussion.
what are The components of monochromator : 1- an entrance slit 2- a collimating lens 3- a dispersing device 4- a focusing lens 5- an exit slit
I am attaching the assignment for last year as an example which is similar but for different chemical compounds, it will be very helpful to get an idea how to do assignment #3 questions. In addition, I am attaching my first assignment that your are using for the 2 chemical compounds (Isopropyl Alcohol and Ammonia) to see if it is helful to use it as resources.
Evidence and type of reaction worksheet. Please choose an observation and a reaction type for each problem (see photos for choices of observations and reaction type)
Also show a balanced equation for each problem
Lap report: using NMR results that say SNE that are not in the book compare to what they should be from the photo in the book, also use the post lab answers provided
NMR Analysis of 4,4’- dimethoxybenzil
1. Discuss the obtained 1H-NMR data for 4,4’-dimethoxybenzil – based on your NMR data, how pure is your compound? Discuss all peaks in the spectrum – splitting patterns, chemical shift values, integration values, and a brief justification for the assignment of each signal (functional groups, EWG vs. EDG, etc). You can combine parts of your discussion for Hs in similar environments (like for aromatic protons), especially if they overlap in your spectrum. If you see peaks for impurities (other compounds than 4,4’-dimethoxybenzil), discuss them briefly. Connect your melting point data to your NMR spectra – did your MP indicate a pure or impure substance? How does that compare to your NMR data in regard to purity? Please refer to your NMR checksheet on your postlab assignment for help with annotation and discussion of peaks. Think in the style of claim, evidence, reasoning to help with you discussion! Use the example NMR paragraph provided on Canvas as a guide!
NMR Analysis of salicylamide
2. Discuss the obtained 1H-NMR data for the other compound you chose to analyze via NMR (cinnamic acid OR salicylamide) – based on your NMR data, how pure is your compound? Discuss all peaks in the spectrum – splitting patterns, chemical shift values, integration values, and a brief justification for the assignment of each signal (functional groups, EWG vs. EDG, etc). You can combine parts of your discussion for Hs in similar environments (like for aromatic protons), especially if they overlap in your spectrum. If you see peaks for impurities (other compounds than the target compound), discuss them briefly. Connect your melting point data to your NMR spectra – did your MP indicate a pure or impure substance? How does that compare to your NMR data in regard to purity? Please refer to your NMR checksheet on your postlab assignment for help with annotation and discussion of peaks. Think in the style of claim, evidence, reasoning to help with you discussion! Use the example NMR paragraph provided on Canvas as a guide!
3. Start this paragraph with “In conclusion, the acid/base separation of cinnamic acid, salicylamide, and fluorenone was successful/unsuccessful…..” “Success” should be related to whether you were able to isolate each compound as evidenced by the NMR data. Now that you have the full story and spectroscopic evidence, tie all pieces of data together (NMR and melting point data, yield, appearance) in a few sentences. Thinking back to your Postlab answers and your NMR data, what is the take-home message of this experiment? Were there any major sources of error? What are TWO thoughtful and scientific improvements, additions, or adaptations for this experiment? Remember, specifically saying “human error” without explanation should NOT be proposed as a source of error. Areas of improvement should not include things like “do the experiment better next time” or “don’t spill your compound”. Think about the experiment critically, potential flaws of acid/base extraction, and the science behind acid/base extraction.
The project will be a paper on an actual accident involving an chemical(s), chemical plant, or explosion in a manufacturing plant. There is not a page limit on the paper, but it must be at least 10 pages, double-spaced, with references, and must be plagiarism free. Therefore, please ensure all quotes and sources are noted. APA formatting is to be used.
This assignment involves describing the lab. Please read the attached docs and use the template to answer these questions. There is a link in the first attached doc. Please watch the video to have ideas about what this lab is all about. Also, please review chapter 5 of the attached PDF textbook chapter 5: Stoichiometry and the Mole So, you read about the topic to answer some of the questions.This is the course material.