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1011303CharacterizationWhen a new compound is made in a laboratory or is isolated from some natural source, such as a plant or microorganism, its physical properties and chemical structure must be determined. Chemists have many analytical methods to purify and characterize compounds. Several of these methods are discussed in this chapter.
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES In this chapter, you will Study the basic principles of chromatography Learn the basics of infrared spectroscopy Learn about ultraviolet spectroscopy
Daniel R. Bloch: Organic Chemistry, Second edition. Characterization, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2012), AccessEngineering Export