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    final weight     percent yield      2,4-DNP     Tollen's test     pathway .42g     67%     positive     negative     oxidation of secondary OH Good Things My experiment went well. I began my experiment with .64g of 2-ethyl-1,3-hexanediol. The molecular weight of this compound is 146.2g/mol. It is converted into 2-ethyl-1-hydroxyhexan-3-one. This compounds molecular weight is 144.2g/mol. This gives a theoretical yield of .63 grams. My actual yield was .42 grams. Therefore, my percent yield was 67%

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    Oxidation of Cyclohexanol to Cyclohexanone

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    Oxidation of Cyclohexanol to Cyclohexanone The oxidation of cyclohexanol to cyclohexanone involves the removal of hydrogen from the OH group. After separation and purification, an Infrared Spectrum will be run to determine the composition of the recovered material. Infrared Spectroscopy is a very powerful technique used in the determination of molecular structure and the identification of unknown organic materials. The infrared spectrum yields direct information about the presence or absence

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    Oxidation Oxidation is the process of something being rusted or oxidized. This process has many ways to oxidize something. For example, when something is exposed to moisture it begins to oxidize. If a banana is is sitting out for too long, it will start turning brown and getting bruised up. That is what oxidation is. Technically the item doesn’t always have to turn into rust, like I said, it is many ways things can be oxidized. Oxidation is the loss of electrons in something. So like that banana

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    of the fundamental elements in our life which can be spoiled by enzymatic action, microorganisms, or by nonenzymatic reactions. Oxidation is a nonenzymatic reaction where oxygen reacts with lipids present in food. Oxygen has tendency to capture electron and double bond has high electron density which make lipids susceptible to oxidation. The mechanism of lipid oxidation in foods is thought to be a free radical chain reaction which is called autoxidation. A free radical is an atom or molecule that

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    Mitochondria And Chloroplast Essay

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    Mitochondrion make use of a process known as oxidation to make fat acids and pyruvate acid into (indirectly) ATP and Pi (inorganic phosphate). The process goes as follows: 1)      Oxidation of pyruvate acid into acetyl coenzyme A. 2)      Oxidation of fat acids into acetyl coenzyme A. 3)     Oxidation of acetyl coenzymes from step one and two into CO2 and NADH2. 4)      Oxidation of NADH2 by oxygen forming water. 5)      Synthesis of ATP coupled to NADH2 oxidation by process of oxidative phosphorylation

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    Hydrolysis of Oxoanions

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    Hydrolysis of Oxoanions Nonmetals in positive oxidation states do not exist in aqueous solution as cations but rather as hydroxides or oxides. These species often act as oxo acids which ionize to form oxoanions in solution. The general form of an oxoanion is MOxy-. Since these oxoanions are quite different in their properties, Z2/r ratios for nonmetal cations do not give accurate predictions of their chemical behavior. A different approach is needed to determine what these elements will do when they

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    themselves of iron buildup on the monthly basis. Meyers (1996) also states that oxidation, the process in which an atom increases its positive charges (Miller and Keane, 1992), of low density lipoprotein cholesterol is important in atherosclerosis, and since oxidation is catalyzed by iron, it has been hypothesized that the lower iron stores of women reduce their risk of CAD through lessened lipid peroxide, a by-product of oxidation. Numerous studies have been conducted to actually see if a relationship between

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    Science Research Paper

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    hydrogen peroxide?” a. Definition-corrosion, rust, oxidation Corrosion is the atmospheric oxidation of metals. Rusting is essentially a process of oxidation in which iron combines with water and oxygen to form rust. Rust is the reddish-brown crust that forms on the surface of iron. Rust, a chemical compound, is a hydrated ferric oxide Fe2O3·nH2O, where n is usually 11/2. The chemical mechanism of rusting is not fully known, but is thought to involve oxidation of metallic iron to ferrous ion, (Fe++) and

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    Respiration can be defined as the oxidation of the end products of glycolysis with the storage of the energy in the form of ATP. Cellular respiration occurs when oxygen is available, and the products are carbon dioxide and water. There are three main pathways in the cellular respiration process. These are: pyruvate oxidation, the citric acid cycle, and the respiratory chain. Pyruvate oxidation in eukaryotic cells occurs inside the mitochondrion in the inner membrane, and in prokaryotes on the inner

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    Metal Ore

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    Electrolysis - Heating with carbon monoxide - Roasting in air Depending on the reactiveness of the metal, looking at the reactivity series, you can tell how each metal can be extracted. What is meant by oxidation and reduction in the context of metal extraction? You can use oxidation and reduction to describe chemical reactions that combine with oxygen or you can use it to describe the electron transfer. At this stage, you probably just need to concentrate on the

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