Lab VI: Part 3 of 3-Part Dual Unknown Lab & GC/MS Workshop
In lab, we
will look at how to decipher information received from the GC/MS
After the GC-MS Workshop, you will be supplied with your unknown's MS spectrum and a list of possible compounds for your unknowns. Before leaving lab, you and your partner should make a cursory identification of your dual unknowns using the MS data and any previous data on your two unknowns.
Test 1-butanol, one of the chlorides or bromides provided as standards, and your unknowns from your Dual Unknown lab. Record your results in your notebook.
Which halogens give
a positive Beilstein Test?
2. Does your new information substantiate the data from previous Dual Unknown labs?
3. Identify your two unknowns.
4. Complete the GC/MS worksheet(s) given to you in the GC/MS Workshop.