Gas-Phase Synthesis, Column Chromatography and Visible Spectroscopy of 5,10,15,20-Tetraphenylporphyrin

Laboratory Procedures (PDF)

Additional resources provide information and materials to help facilitate incorporation of GEMs items into the curriculum.  As educators work with each GEMs item, they will develop classroom activities, demonstrations and assessment tools.  We hope to collect these items and make them available to users under the following headings.

  • Ideas for Implementation
  • Assessment Materials
  • Demonstrations and Classroom Activities
  • Links to Related Resources

Successful incorporation of green chemistry into the curriculum depends on the availability of support materials for instructors.  By providing an additional dissemination tool, we hope to improve the mechanism for documenting and increasing the visibility of educational materials development. Contact Julie Haack (541) 346-4604 or use our contact form to submit additional resources for this item.

Assessment Materials

Laboratory EvaluationSource
July 2006 Submitted by Jeremy Mitchell-Koch at Emporia State University based on evaluations completed by participants of the Green Chemistry in Education Workshop in Eugene, Oregon, July 15 - 20, 2006.

Related Resources

Background ReadingSource
Anastas, P. T.; Warner, J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice 1998; pp 1-135.

Amer. Chem. Soc. Green Chemistry Institute. Introductory Readings in Green Chemistry https://portal.acs.org/ portal/ acs/ corg/ memberapp?_nfpb=true &_pageLabel=PP_SUPERARTICLE &node_id=1444 &use_sec=false &sec_url_var=region1 (accessed January 2010)
Web ApplicationSource
Hanson, R. M.; Campbell, P. R. Green Chemistry Assistant. http://fusion.stolaf.edu/ gca(accessed January 2010).