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Old 01-07-2004, 06:50 AM
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Thanks to CJ for describing some of the pumps one uses and the
various stages in automating a chemical experiment. I would like
to read something, preferably a book, which explains those stages
in more detail. Particularly welcome would be examples of particular
experiments which are presented in the form of lab instructions at each
stage of their automation. Thus, one might start with one of the experiments
in Butcher, Pike and Mayo, Microscale Organic Laboratory, as it is given there.
Then show how to mark up the instructions and design to introduce a
little automation, and then present the lab instructions for the
revised experiment. Then show how to mark that one up to indicate
other improvements, and present a new, revised set of lab instructions.
Iterate this process as many times as feasible.

Is there such a book? (Maybe chemical engineering students already have to
read one along these lines?)

Once I have one, and have read it, I'm sure I'll have a lot more questions,
if people don't lose all patience with this idiosyncratic method of educating
myself.

Ignorantly,
Allan Adler
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Old 01-07-2004, 06:12 PM
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Default pumps in chemical experiments

Hi,

I think you now need to do some work in the library and computer
searches for such books/information. I'm out of work now so have no
access to the info you need to read.

CJ


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