Extraction - Experiment 4 Separating Acids and Neutral...

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Unformatted text preview: Experiment 4 Separating Acids and Neutral Compounds by Solvent Extraction Section of the Report What to Include m Name, ID #, Section Do not forget to include this information. Title of the Experiment Do not forget to put In a title for what you are doing. Aim What you are aiming to achieve in this 1 experiment. Table of Physical Properties What compounds would you be handling, what and Hazards are their physical properties (liquid, solid, oil, melting or boiling points). What are the known hazards associated with each. Procedure How the experiment was performed, any diagrams or flow charts as may be necessary, any observations you made during the experiment, any problems that were encountered, how where these resolved. Nature of the materials obtained and color. Weights of each of the compounds. Conclusions What did you achieve? Based on the amount of the extraction mixture that was weighted, sum up the weight of the extracted compounds. Did you encounter any problems? Do not restate the title of the experiment References References to Physical Properties and Hazards. Do not use Wikipedia! If you mistakenly extract the solution first with NaOH(aq) and then with NaHCOam), what results you will observe and why? ...
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