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The forty eight experiments during this well-conceived handbook illustrate very important strategies and ideas quite often, natural, and biochemistry. As in prior versions, 3 easy objectives guided the advance of all of the experiments: (1) the experiments illustrate the recommendations realized within the lecture room; (2) the experiments are truly and concisely written in order that scholars will simply comprehend the duty handy, will paintings with minimum supervision as the guide offers adequate details on experimental systems, and should be capable to practice the experiments in a 2 1/2-hour laboratory interval; and, (3) the experiments are usually not in simple terms basic demonstrations, but additionally include a feeling of discovery.
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Notes 23 9. Sorting was performed using IRORI’s AccuTag-100 system. The 36 MicroTubes were sorted into three bottles, each containing 12 MicroTubes. The AccuTag-100 system uses electronic identification devices (radio frequency (Rf) ID tag) for encoding. With an Rf tag in each MicroTube, the tubes are initially scanned on the AccuTag-100 system, and the ID tag data are recorded via the Synthesis Manager software. Each Rf tag is associated with a compound in a chemical synthesis, thus allowing one to track the product through the process.
Compound B5. 56). 52 Solid-Phase Mannich Reactions of a Resin-Immobilized Alkyne Compound B6. 66). Compound C1. 48). Compound C2. 49). Compound C3. 51). Compound C4. 41). Compound C5. 51). Compound C6. 61). Compound D1. 51). Appendix 53 Compound D2. 51). Compound D3. 53). Compound D4. 44). Compound D5. 54). Compound D6. 64). Compound E1. 60). Compound E2. 61). Compound E3. 63). Compound E4. 54). Compound E5. 64). Compound E6. 74).
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