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LABORATORY NOTEBOOK (Pre-lab). OBJECTIVE ( Must clearly state…) What compounds will be made and how How the compounds will be purified How the purity of the product will be determined CHEMICAL EQUATION Include the chemical equation from the top of page 161.

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## LABORATORY NOTEBOOK (Pre-lab)

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**LABORATORY NOTEBOOK(Pre-lab)**• OBJECTIVE(Must clearly state…) • What compounds will be made and how • How the compounds will be purified • How the purity of the product will be determined • CHEMICAL EQUATION • Include the chemical equation from the top of page 161. • TABLE OF PHYSICAL DATA (Single organized table, must include…) • SOLIDS: (MW, mp, hazards) 9-fluorenol and 9-fluorenone • LIQUIDS: (MW, bp, density, hazards) acetic acid, acetone, sodium hypochlorite, and hexane • REFERENCE TO PROCEDURE (Must include…) • full title • edition • author names • page numbers where actual procedure can be found**LABORATORY NOTEBOOK(In-lab)**• DATA/CALCULATIONS • Initial weight of 9-fluorenol used • TLC diagram (s) with all cm measurements • Initial weight of 150 mL beaker • Final weight of 150 mL beaker + product • Final product weight • Physical state and color of product • Theoretical yield calculation • Percent yield calculation • Atom economy calculation • Cost per synthesis and cost per gram calculations • Give at least one TLC Rf value calculation • EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE • In paragraph form, describe the procedure that you actually followed during the lab. • Paragraph must be written in PAST TENSE, PASSIVE VOICE. • Include any volumes or weights of chemicals used during the experiment. • Include any observations or errors that occur (if any).

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