CHEM 396: "Synthesis and Purification of Novel Iodonium Salts for F18 labelling " Prof. R. Schirrmacher

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Name: Ralf Schirrmacher
Email: Ralf.Schirrmacher [at]
Phone: 514-398-1624
Supervisor's department: Chemistry
Supervisor's department (if none of the above)
Course number: CHEM396 (Chemistry)
Term: Fall 2009-2010
Project start date: Fall September 11, 2009
Project end date: Mid December 2009
Project title: Synthesis and Purification of Novel Iodonium Salts for F18 labelling
Project description: The student will synthesize various iodonium salts and radiolabel them with Fluorine-18, but first he will have to synthesize precursors such as Tin compounds.
Prerequisite: Other: please specify below
Other prerequisite, if applicable: Experience in Organic Chemistry Lab
Grading scheme (The final report must be worth at least 50% of final grade): 50% evaluated by the supervisor and 50% on final research report
Other project information: Will be working with radioisotopes
Project status - This project is: Taken. The professor has no more '396' projects this term.
How students can apply: N/A; this project is filled.
If other, please specify:  
Ethics, safety, and training
Which of the following, if any, is involved? One or more of the following
Animal subjects [ ]
Human subjects [ ]
Biohazardous substances [ ]
Radioactive materials [x]
Handling chemicals [ ]
Using lasers [ ]
Supervisors are responsible for the ethics and safety compliance of undergraduate students.
Do not complete this section unless/until the student is identified.
McGill ID:
Email (first.last [at]
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Student signature - I have not applied for another '396' course in this term:  
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Supervisor: I give my permission for the student identified in section C to register for this project under my supervision.
Supervisor's signature:  
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