This book is written in four chapters focusing on quantitative estimation, isolation, biochemical estimations and identification of unknown organic compounds respectively. This along with the topics handled in the first volume will equip the students with all the necessary acumen required to handle challenges in the undergraduate, postgraduate as well as the research labs.
1. Quantitative Estimation
2. Extraction from Natural/Commercial samples
3. Biochemical Estimation
4. Qualitative Analysis
Appendix I: Classified Table of Organic Compounds
Appendix II: Reagent preparations
Appendix III: Common Buffers Used in the Laboratory
Sharda Pasricha :- is Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India. She has more than 20 years of teaching experience at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has published several research articles in both national and international journals and has presented her work in numerous international/national conferences. She has also contributed several e-lesson plans and e-modules for undergraduate teachers and students. She has received several awards including the distinguished teacher award by University of Delhi. Her research interests include use of green chemistry and catalysis for synthesis of biologically important heterocyclic compounds.Ankita Chaudhary :- is Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India. She has over 10 years of experience in teaching postgraduate and undergraduate students. She has to her credit 27 research articles in journals of international and national repute, 3 book chapters, several e-modules and has presented her work in numerous international/national conferences. She has been a recipient of Junior/Senior Research Fellowship sponsored by CSIR, Science Meritorious Award, Jean and Ashit Ganguly Education Scholarship as well as UGC-Start Up Research Grant. Her research interests include design of novel green methodologies for the synthesis of biologically relevant heterocyclic compounds.