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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 (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 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 (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: Science Slams updated July 2019

  • 22 February 2011
  • Author: ChemistryViews

Are you interested in presenting your results in an enjoyable and comprehensible way in front of a broad audience?

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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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Education: Young Chemists Fearlessly Crossing Borders

  • 04 August 2015
  • Author: Uzma I. Zakai, Natalie LaFranzo, Christine Dunne, and Jens Breffke (American Chemical Society (ACS), Younger Chemists Committee)

An international exchange program perspective from the American Chemical Society (ACS)'s Younger Chemists Committee (YCC)

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Education: Chemical Process Safety – Test Your Knowledge (2)

  • 07 March 2017
  • Author: ChemistryViews.org

Flammable hydrogen-air mixtures

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