Experimental Conceptualization

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Course No: 31.525; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

When performing an experiment in the laboratory, one often follows procedures that have been published in the literature. Why do we do the things we do in the lab? How do you choose what glassware to use? How do you go about selecting a solvent? What conditions should you use? What options do you have in designing an experiment that has minimal impact on the environment? This class will discuss the process by which these decisions are made by examining real world case studies from industrial practices of manufacturing.

Prerequisites & Notes

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  • Credits: 3;

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