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A-level Chemistry: aspirin synthesis

Discussion in 'Science' started by RLC-lab, May 24, 2011.

  1. We are currently recruiting chemistry teachers to take part in a<u> FREE</u> pilot study.for a new HPLC analysis service.
    If you intend to perform the <u>aspirin synthesis</u> experiment - then this service is for you
    3 steps:
    1. We send barcoded sample vials to the teacher
    2. The students place a small amount of their reaction product in the vial & records the vial number. The teacher returns the vials in the packaging provided.
    3. We email the data back to the teacher within 48hrs
    The response we have had back from teachers & students has been very positive. The students really enjoy getting back <u>purity</u> data for <u>their</u> sample & it really adds excitement to the experiment/report rather than just reporting a melting point.
    We want to recruit as many schools as possible before the <u>end June 2011</u> as part of a free pilot study to demonstrate that this is an exciting & viable new teaching resource.
    For more details & to sign up go to www.rlc-lab.com If you would like to see an example of the analysis report then email info@rlc-lab.com
     
  2. We are currently recruiting chemistry teachers to take part in a<u> FREE</u> pilot study.for a new HPLC analysis service.
    If you intend to perform the <u>aspirin synthesis</u> experiment - then this service is for you
    3 steps:
    1. We send barcoded sample vials to the teacher
    2. The students place a small amount of their reaction product in the vial & records the vial number. The teacher returns the vials in the packaging provided.
    3. We email the data back to the teacher within 48hrs
    The response we have had back from teachers & students has been very positive. The students really enjoy getting back <u>purity</u> data for <u>their</u> sample & it really adds excitement to the experiment/report rather than just reporting a melting point.
    We want to recruit as many schools as possible before the <u>end June 2011</u> as part of a free pilot study to demonstrate that this is an exciting & viable new teaching resource.
    For more details & to sign up go to www.rlc-lab.com If you would like to see an example of the analysis report then email info@rlc-lab.com
     
  3. Me too.
     
  4. Is this scheme or similar still running?
    what a fantastic idea?!
     

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