• Jake Elwood

    Jake Elwood

    Class of 2015
    Blooming Prairie, MN
    Biochemistry

    Jake's Bio:
    Hello everyone and welcome to my blog! My interests range from fishing and running to spending time in the chemistry labs with the professors. The Duluth area mixed with the professional and compassionate faculty and staff that make up St. Scholastica are, in my opinion, the perfect match up for an awesome college experience. I look forward to blogging about my future adventures!

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Research Prep

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As is usual for Tuesdays I spent a bit of time in the Organic lab. However, most of the time was spent preparing for next week. We are attempting to isolate a possible intermediate in the reaction we are studying. This means carrying out the reaction and then continuously testing it to see what has formed while the solution stirs. It may take up to ten hours or so. I’ve made sure that we have all the necessary solutions and even prepped some TLC(Thin Layer Chromatography) plates ahead of time. Next Tuesday I’ll (hopefully) be in the lab by at least 8am and will be getting started!!

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