to write an introduction for report

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to write the introduction for lab report, (not single space, is 1.5 space) I want only one reference for it, the requirements are clear in the file that attached.

Final Report Your final typed report for this experiment should follow the following guidelines: 1. The entire report should be typed with 1.5 line spacing, including a reaction scheme and any organic chemical structures. a. Learn how to make subscripts and superscripts with your word processor. b. Learn to use MarvinSketch. The synthesis scheme(s) MUST be your own work. Do not share a scheme with someone else. You can install the program on your personal computer by Downloading Marvin Beans at: https://www.chemaxon.com/download/marvin-suite/. If this isn’t possible, the software is available on a few computers in the chemistry department. Please contact Dr. Bastin for help. c. The font size should be 12, and the pages should have 1” margins. 2. The title page should show the title of the experiment, your name and lab section, the dates the experiment was conducted, and the course name and number. 3. The pages should be numbered starting on page 2. The numbers should appear at the top right or the bottom center of the page. 4. Be sure to use correct grammar, including complete sentences. Use a “neutral voice”: avoid the first person, except when very awkward. Since you will be discussing an experiment you have already done, all narrative should be in the past tense. 5. Always use your own words! Do NOT work on this report with your any other classmate. Likewise, do not copy material out of the laboratory manual. 6. Use appropriate headings to separate the sections of the report. The separate sections should include the following: Introduction Give a brief statement about the experiment. Provide an introduction to your reaction. Describe the reaction sequence in words (but remember this is not the place for the procedure), and then provide a complete reaction scheme. Be sure to use a chemical drawing program NOT molecular formulas. The synthetic scheme must be your own work. Provide a brief introduction to Sn2 reactions. Discuss why the final product of your reaction may be commercially useful? Discuss the importance of Green Chemistry and how that relates to the greening of reaction conditions. Procedure Present the complete procedure YOU used in the synthesis of your product and the following analysis and applications. Include observations and also discuss any problems you encountered. This should be in paragraph format NOT an outline. Results and Conclusions Use boxed, clearly-labeled tables with grid-lines to present all of the results of your synthesis and the data obtained. Be sure to include theoretical yield, percent yield, appearance of the product, summary of important IR peaks, boiling/melting points, and TLC results, if any. Scan and imbed all your IR spectra and TLC plates into the report. The scanned images should be treated as numbered figures in the text of the document. Then provide a brief discussion of your results referring to the numbers in your tables and figures. Be sure to include a discussion of how you know that the 30 synthesis was successful. Also, provide suggestions for further greening the experiment. In this discussion you must address three of these five areas: alternate alcohol, alternate alkyl halide, alternate reagent, alternate solvent, alternate reaction conditions. Think about the twelve principles of green chemistry and the green metrics when you answer this question. This is what we need to do in order to spread the word about greening chemistry!!! References References should follow the format: Author, Title of publication, Publisher, Date, Page numbers You should use in-text citations to denote the information you obtained from specific references. Use a superscript or number in parentheses after the particular information obtained from the reference, and then number your references accordingly and in sequence at the end of the report. List all sources, including the lab text. 7. Some miscellaneous comments: a. Do not capitalize names of chemicals unless they start the sentence. b. Avoid beginning sentences with numbers: find some creative, grammatically-correct way to begin each sentence some other way. c. Put a space between a numerical value and its unit (2.5 mL not 2.5mL). d. All numbers, whether in scientific notation or not, should have at least one digit before the decimal: “0.58 g” not “.58 g”. e. When discussing possible errors or problems, do not use the term “human error” or “experimental error”: be specific! f. Before printing your report, make sure that headings are not cut off at the bottom of a page. This also applies to tables: in fact, for short tables, try to have the entire table together on one page. g. Use abbreviations correctly. Some common ones are: L (liter), mL (milliliter) g (gram), mg (milligram) m (meter), mm (millimeter), nm (nanometer) M (molar) mol (mole) K (not °K) for Kelvin °C (even in the narrative, do not write “degrees Celsius”: use the abbreviation) s (second), min (minute), h (hour) h. Be careful about significant figures. A three-place weight of an acid will not yield a five-place calculation of percent yield. 31

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Thanks, good work

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