Organic Chemistry Lab I
- Laboratory safety measures to be taken for:
- Fire and burns
- Inhalation of toxic fumes
- Dress code in a laboratory
- First aid measures to be taken in cases of accidents
- Use of fume hood, eye shower, body shower.
- Discussion about theoretical aspects of physical constant determination, and detection of functional groups.
- Organic spotting: Minimum eight samples of mono-functional groups, and two samples of bi-functional groups to be taken. Elemental analysis using environmentally friendly reagents should be done for at least two of the above samples of mono-functional groups.
- Demonstration: Determination of Log P of benzoic acid and substituted benzoic acids.
- A Laboratory Hand Book of Organic Qualitative Analysis and Separations, V. S. Kulkarni, S. P. Pathak, D. Ramchandra & Co., Pune
- Textbook of Organic Practical Chemistry, V.S. Kulkarni, S. P. Pathak, D. Ramchandra & Co., Pune
- The Systematic Identification of Organic compounds, R. L. Shriner, R. C. Fuson and D. Y. Curtin, 6th, Wiley, New York, 1980
- A Textbook of Practical Organic Chemistry, A. I. Vogel, 4th edition, Wiley New York, 1978
- Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Qualitative Analysis, V.K. Ahluwalia, S. Dhingra, Universities Press (India) Limited, 2000
- Comprehensive Practical Organic Chemistry: Preparation and Quantitative analysis, V.K. Ahluwalia, Renu Aggarwal, Universities Press (India) Limited, 2000
- DST Monographs
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