Organic Chemistry

BC2
Organic Chemistry

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Description

The common features of all organic substances
The waste gas forming during combustion of all organic substances
The classical detection method for carbon

Dry distillation of coal
Determination of the melting temperature of paraffin

Properties of individual crude oil fractions
Determination of the flashpoint of crude oil fractions
Petroleum spirit – a solvent

Deparaffination
Deparaffination by extractive crystallisation by means of urea

Production of "wood spirit"
Alcoholic fermentation
Production of pure alcohol by distillation

Identification of alcohols by means of the escape tube test
Distinguishing methanol and ethanol
Iodineoform test

Ethanol – a solvent
Production of hard spirit
Flammability of an ethanol-water mixture
Water solubility of various alkanols
Potential applications for glycol and glycerinee

Production of methane acid
Production of oxalic acid from rhubarb leaves
Production of citric acid

Formic acid (methane acid) – a conservation agent
Properties methane and ethane acid
Formation of verdigris

Ester of methane acid
Esters of ethane acid

Components of equipment sets

1 204601 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - Stand Material LD
1 204602 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - Basics LD
1 204603 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - General Chemistry LD
1 204606 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - Distillation LD
1 6616401 ** Basic Science Kit - CH chemicals, complete LD
GHS00 This product contains dangerous substances!
1 204690  4  ** LIT: Basic Science Kit, Chemistry, digital LD
1 204690DE  4  ** LIT: Basic Science Kit Chemistry LD
additonally required equipment pro workgroup
Gas burner
1 667609  4  ** Safety gloves, nitrile rubber, size 8 LD
1 666767 ** Hotplate, 1500 W, 185 mm Ø LD
1 6070721  8  ** Bath vessel, stainless steel LD
1 6666512  8  Heating Mantle 100 ml LD
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1 6677977 ** Electronic Balance 440-3N, 200 g : 0.01 g LD

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Experiment Instructions

PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.1.1.1 The common features of all organic substances
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.1.1.2 The waste gas forming during combustion of all organic substances
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.1.1.3 The classical detection method for carbon
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.2.1.1 Dry distillation of coal
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.1.1.4 Determination of the melting temperature of paraffin
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.2.2.4 Properties of individual crude oil fractions
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.2.2.6 Determination of the flashpoint of crude oil fractions
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.2.2.7 Petroleum spirit – a solvent
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.2.3.4 Deparaffination
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.2.3.5 Deparaffination by extractive crystallisation by means of urea
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.1.1 Production of "wood spirit"
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.1.2 Alcoholic fermentation
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.1.3 Production of pure alcohol by distillation
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.2.1 Identification of alcohols by means of the escape tube test
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.2.2 Distinguishing methanol and ethanol
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.2.3 Iodineoform test
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.3.1 Ethanol – a solvent
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.3.2 Production of hard spirit
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.3.3 Flammability of an ethanol-water mixture
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.3.4 Water solubility of various alkanols
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.3.3.6 Potential applications for glycol and glycerine
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.1.1 Production of methane acid
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.1.4 Production of oxalic acid from rhubarb leaves
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.1.5 Production of citric acid
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.2.1 Formic acid (methane acid) – a conservation agent
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.2.3 Properties methane and ethane acid
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.2.4 Formation of verdigris
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.3.1 Ester of methane acid
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK2.4.3.2 Esters of ethane acid
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.1.1.1 The common features of all organic substances
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.1.1.2 The waste gas forming during combustion of all organic substances
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.1.1.3 The classical detection method for carbon
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.2.1.1 Dry distillation of coal
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.1.1.4 Determination of the melting temperature of paraffin
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.2.2.4 Properties of individual crude oil fractions
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.2.2.6 Determination of the flashpoint of crude oil fractions
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.2.2.7 Petroleum spirit – a solvent
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.2.3.4 Deparaffination
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.2.3.5 Deparaffination by extractive crystallisation by means of urea
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.1.1 Production of "wood spirit"
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.1.2 Alcoholic fermentation
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.1.3 Production of pure alcohol by distillation
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.2.1 Identification of alcohols by means of the escape tube test
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.2.2 Distinguishing methanol and ethanol
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.2.3 Iodineoform test
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.3.1 Ethanol – a solvent
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.3.2 Production of hard spirit
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.3.3 Flammability of an ethanol-water mixture
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.3.4 Water solubility of various alkanols
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.3.3.6 Potential applications for glycol and glycerine
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.1.1 Production of methane acid
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.1.4 Production of oxalic acid from rhubarb leaves
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.1.5 Production of citric acid
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.2.1 Formic acid (methane acid) – a conservation agent
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.2.3 Properties methane and ethane acid
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.2.4 Formation of verdigris
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.3.1 Ester of methane acid
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK2.4.3.2 Esters of ethane acid
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