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Temperature behaviour of organic compounds

Temperature behaviour of organic compounds

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Principle

Organic compounds always contain the element carbon and the carbon atoms are combined with other carbon atoms or atoms of other elements by covalent bonds. . This is the reason why the C-C or C-H bonds are stable at normal (room) temperature.

However low heat resistance is characteristic for many organic compounds. These compounds burn or carbonize when heated over a few hundred degrees Celsius. The thermal stability of organic compounds, which is low in comparison to many salts and metals, is a result of the low polar character of C-C and C-H bonds. In this experiment the students investigate the temperature behavior of molecular (organic) substances.

 

What you can learn about

  • Properties of organic compounds
  • Thermal stability
  • Many organic compounds are sensitive to heating

 

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p1149800d.pdf Versuchsbeschreibung, German 236.87 KB

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