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You are currently using organiv site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Experimental Organic Chemistry, is designed for a two semester, sophomore level organic lab course and can be used as a primary text or a expermiental reference tool for students.
Rather than emphasizing microscale or macroscale, this lab manual focuses on the actual experiments and the learning process by using a multiscale approach.
Palleros has great depth and a wide variety of experiments targeting chemistry, pre-med, biochemistry, and molecular biology students. Palleros is the author of Experimental Organic Chemistry, published by Wiley. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site.
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organc Added to Your Shopping Cart. Description Experimental Organic Chemistry, is designed for a two semester, sophomore level organic lab course and can be used as a primary text or a valuable reference tool for students. About the Author Daniel R. Table of contents Reviews Features Section 1: Students learn to work at the micro, semi-micro, and macroscale levels, in the end, allowing them to differentiate which is more appropriate for a given experiment. Techniques are introduced at the appropriate time in the course, instead of combined at the end like many other books.
State of the Art Spectroscopic Analysis. Especially for those who go to schools with limited access to spectrometers.
Experimental Organic Chemistry by Daniel R. Palleros (2000, Hardcover)
Pallerod and In-lab Questions. Pre-lab questions help students prepare for each experiment and In-lab questions aid them in interpreting their results and in writing their lab reports answers are not provided in book.
These questions are very comprehensive and can be used instead of a lab report. Puzzles and Open-ended Experiments. Students are exposed to research-like situations by investigating the course of a reaction or solving an unknown. Students are more than mere spectators to the experiment, they are true participants.
Connections to Everyday Life. Many of the experiments allow students to see how chemistry relates to their own lives.