Chemistry Practicals Class 12
Preparation of Organic Compounds
- Perform science experiments at your fingertips
- Learn anytime and from anywhere
- 3D gamified way of advanced learning
- Boost your academic score
- Accessible through Mobile, Laptop, Desktop, and Tablet
- Gain a competitive edge in IIT and NEET exams
- You will understand the concepts of organic compounds, the classification of organic compounds, functional groups, substitution, addition, elimination, and rearrangement reactions.
- In this class 12 chemistry practical, you will acquire the skills to prepare:
3. p-Nitro acetanilide
4. Azo dye
5. Aniline yellow
- This 3D simulation will help you to learn the role of glacial acetic acid in the preparation of acetanilide.
- You will learn nitration reaction, diazotization, Friedel craft acylation, diazonium coupling and Claisen-Schmidt Reaction, which are important for competitive exams like, IIT JEE, NEET, etc.
- Once you understand the different steps, you can perform the experiment in the real lab more accurately and quicker.
- Our virtual lab simulation will teach you important safety precautions before using hazardous chemicals.
Organic chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the structure, properties, and reactions of compounds that contain mainly carbon and hydrogen (hydrocarbons). Organic compounds are widely used daily, mainly from plants, animals, coal, natural gas, etc. These compounds have various applications in making medicines, soaps, dyes, fabrics, etc. Various fuels like natural gas and petroleum are also organic compounds that are now essential commodities in our lives.
By understanding the properties of organic compounds, their scale and applications can be enhanced in various sectors for different purposes. This can be accomplished by understanding organic chemistry and its reactions with other compounds.
The synthesis of organic compounds in a lab involves mixing two or more reagents (solid or liquid). Such compounds are synthesised under specific conditions of solution and by understanding the reactivity of given reagents with each other. Reaction conditions such as the pH of a solution, the temperature of the reaction mixture, and the purity of a given reagent play a key role here.
Watch this video to learn more about chemistry.
Requirements for this Science Experiment
⦁ Conical Flask ⦁ Round Bottom Flask ⦁ Funnel ⦁ Filter Paper ⦁ Water Condenser ⦁ Iron Stand With Clamp ⦁ Sand Bath ⦁ Beakers ⦁ Vacuum Filtration Assembly ⦁ Melting Point Assembly ⦁ Wire Gauze ⦁ Tripod Stand ⦁ Measuring Cylinders ⦁ Watch Glass ⦁ Weighing Balance ⦁ Glass Rod