Integration of Fundamental Organic Chemistry with Green Chemistry: A Laboratory Manual
Author(s): Anuradha Mukherjee
E-ISBN: Publication Year: 2019
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 160mm x 240mm Weight: 350
About the book
INTEGRATION OF FUNDAMENTAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY WITH GREEN CHEMISTRY: A Laboratory Manual is an approach to design an Efficient, Sustainable and Green lab-manual. It comprises fundamental concepts of chemistry and how they are applied to green chemistry. The book illustrates that the greener approach eliminates toxic, hazardous and unsafe chemicals with safe, less toxic and environmental friendly compounds and emphasizes on the laboratory safety. It is an effort in enhancing the academic goals in the area of chemical education. The students face difficulties in understanding and explaining the theoretical concept while performing organic experiments in the laboratories. Therefore, this book is infused with theory and experiments on the same platform. It is expected that this book will bridge the gap between classroom teaching and laboratory training.
• Green chemistry concept discussed extensively
• Importance of laboratory safety, fundamental organic reactions and conventional reactions blended with green chemistry discussed
• Various laboratory techniques like thin layer chromatography (TLC), extraction, low temperature reaction, stoichiometry calculation, Multi step synthesis, product isolation and product purification have been discussed
• Provides various organic reaction problems with solution.
Table of Contents
Preface / Acknowledgment / Laboratory Safety: Rules and Regulation / Commonly Used Solvents, Instruments and Glass wares in Undergraduate Organic Laboratory: A Brief Idea for Students / A Handout for Preparation of Laboratory Reagents / Concept on Green and Sustainable Chemistry: Chemistry for Environment / Part A: Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds/Part B: Preparation of Derivatives / Binary and Ternary Mixture Separation / Thin Layer Chromatography: A Separation/Purification Technique / Study of Basic Organic Reactions.
Undergraduate Students, Teachers, Professionals and Researchers