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  • Limiting Reagent Experiment

    Experiments involving chemical reactions can be performed using simple household ingredients and products such as baking soda and vinegar. When baking soda (sodium hydrogen carbonate) reacts with ethanoic acid which is found in vinegar in a 1:1 ration, the reaction will produce three different products which are water, carbon dioxide and Sodium acetate. The reaction is: NaHCO3 + HC2H3O2 → NaC2H3O2 + H2O + CO2 In the experiment, the quantitative relationship between the two reagents which is the…

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  • 1.2-Arylation Analysis

    In 2003, li Also as much coworkers70 synthesized 3-arylimidazo[1,2-a]pyrimidines from imidazo[1,2-a]pyrimidine a unsubstituted heterocycle In those 3-position Toward performing regulate arylation response with aryl bromides. Those creator utilized Pd(OAc)2 (2 mol %) Concerning illustration An catalyst, PPh3 (4 mol %) Likewise An ligand, Also Cs2CO3 (2 equiv) Concerning illustration An base, those response advanced proficiently in 1,4-dioxane during 100 °C. Those yield might have been attained in…

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  • Ethanoic Acid And Calorimetry Lab Report

    percentage amounts of ethanol in them; Listerine, Terra Fresca Wine and the last is a mixture of ethanol and water that was made by me. The three different methods compared are the redox titration method which involves the oxidation of ethanol to ethanoic acid and then titrating the residue with sodium thiosulfate, which would then be used to calculate the number of moles of ethanol present in the original sample. The method of distillation involves heating the samples to the boiling point of…

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  • Solubility Analysis Of Ketoprofen

    Band Position Assignment 343534 Carboxylic acid OH group 305342 Benzene CH (sp2) 298205 Sp3 CH 169934 C=O 165305 Benzene double(=)…

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  • Metronidazole Research Paper

    5 : Uses of lecithin. Use Concentration (%) Aerosol inhalation 0.1 IM injection 0.3–2.3 Oral suspensions 0.25–10.0 8 Description Lecithins vary greatly in their physical form, from viscous semiliquids to powders, depending upon the free fatty acid content. They may also vary in color from brown to light yellow, depending upon whether they are bleached or unbleached or on the degree of purity. When they are exposed to air, rapid oxidation occurs, also resulting in a dark yellow or brown…

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  • Williamson Ether Synthesis Lab Report

    nature, it was possible to utilize it as an acid catalyst for the dehydration reaction.4 The use of Montmorillonite K10 is an excellent example of green chemistry as it not only shows the use of catalysts to increase efficiency but also displays a less hazardous form of chemical synthesis. The cyclohexene collected from the first experiment served as the starting material for the next reaction of the cycle in which, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and hydrobromic acid (HBr) were combined to generate…

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  • Analysis Of Prazosin Hydrochloride

    RESULT AND DISCUSSION 7.1. Preformulation studies 7.1.1. Identification of pure drug by FTIR Figure7.1: Identification of Sample through FTIR Figure 7.2: FTIR Spectrum of Standard Prazosin hydrochloride (with references of B.P.- 2009) Table: 7.1 - Characteristics peaks of Prazosin hydrochloride S.No. Reference peaks (cm-1) Theoretical peak of Prazosin hydrochloride Obtained peaks (cm-1) Functional Group Stretching/ Bending 1 1750-1680 1529.92 1529.92 C=O Stretching 2. 1650-1580…

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  • Aerobic Activated Sludge Case Study

    Posttreatment of anaerobically treated DWW by aerobic activated sludge using SBR and membrane UF was investigated. The aim of this study was to reduce the organic loading (COD and BOD), nutrients (TKN, NO2, NO3 and TP) and total suspended solids (TSS) of anaerobically treated DWW effluent first by the activated sludge system using SBR and further treated by ceramic tubular membrane UF separately to investigate the possibility of the reusing the effluent for different purposes depending on the…

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  • Ixora Coccinea And Beta Vulgaris Lab Report

    CHAPTER 4 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 4.1 Extraction using Different Solvents The grounded Ixora coccinea and Beta vulgaris plant samples were extracted using the following solvents: Acetone, ethanol, methanol and ethyl acetate. The absorbance was noted to select the best choice of solvent for extraction. Inference Acetone, ethanol and methanol showed higher values. But, the dye extracted from acetone and ethanol did not fix to the fabric properly. So, methanol was selected as solvent for…

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  • Reverse Micellar Extraction Of L-Asparaginase Case Study

    1. Abstract In this study, reverse micellar extraction of asparaginase model system was carried out using CTAB/Iso-octane/hexanol/butanol system to optimize the forward and back extraction efficiency. By using Taguchi’s orthogonal array (OA), maximum forward extraction efficiency of 55.0%, 61.0% and 54% was achieved with an aqueous phase pH of 11.0, 150mM CTAB/Iso-octane and 0.1 M NaCl, respectively. Similarly, Taguchi’s orthogonal array (OA) was applied to optimize the pH of stripping phase,…

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