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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (3)

  • 02 July 2013
  • Author: Sarah Millar

Some basic experimental set ups for performing reactions with air-sensitive compounds and how to add solids and liquids

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (2)

  • 04 June 2013
  • Author: Sarah Millar

The basis of all Schlenk line work, the evacuate-refill cycle, and how to dry and/or degas solvents for air-sensitive reactions

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (4)

  • 06 August 2013
  • Author: Sarah Millar

The isolation and analysis of your air-sensitive product requires careful manipulation of your compound

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Growing Crystals Part 3

  • 06 November 2012
  • Author: Sarah Millar

How do you grow a crystal if your compound decomposes in air? We look at techniques that work for both air-sensitive and air-stable compounds

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (1)

  • 07 May 2013
  • Author: Sarah Millar

Schlenk lines can be daunting for the first-time user. We looked at basic Schlenk line design and how to start and stop a Schlenk line

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Growing Crystals Part 2

  • 02 October 2012
  • Author: Sarah Millar

Patience, luck, and no small amount of skill are required to grow the perfect crystal for X-ray diffraction. Maximize your chances of getting that elu...

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Growing Crystals Part 1

  • 04 September 2012
  • Author: Sarah Millar

Patience, luck, and no small amount of skill are required to grow the perfect crystal for X-ray diffraction. Maximize your chances of getting that elu...

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