The organic chem lab survival manual: a student's guide to techniques

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Wiley, Jul 31, 2003 - Science - 339 pages
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Written for the laboratory that accompanies the sophomore/junior level courses in Organic Chemistry, Zubrick is a paperback student guide to the basic techniques of the Organic Chemistry lab. The book describes the instruments and techniques used in an Organic Chemistry lab. Diagrams show students how to make measurements, set up labs and perform meaningful experiments.

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I used this during several years of O-Chem labs in the early 2000s. I found it helpful and easy to understand. It also matched rather well with the equipment and procedures in my lab. Read full review

Contents

SAFETY FIRST LAST AND ALWAYS
4
KEEPING A NOTEBOOK
10
The Acid Test
21
Copyright

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James W. Zubrick is Professor of Chemistry at Hudson Valley Community College.

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