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Separation of Acid and Neutral Substances Sherin.Mathukutty CHM 250 LAB LAB # 5 9/23/2016
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Abstract Aim:- The ultimate aim of this experiment was to separation of acidic and neutral chemical substance. Approach:- By using the method of extraction , filtration , and steam bath we separated the contents into flasks. We have given a strong acid (benzoic acid), weak acid (2-napthanol, and neutral (1,4 Dimethoxy benezene) substances. Each substances we obtain the crystals by vacuum filtration and cold water bath . Result:- Based on solubility levels of substances we can extract the compounds into 3 flasks. Flask Compounds 1 Sodium benzoate 2 Sodium 2- Napthanol 3 4- Dimethyoxybenzenether Introduction An acid-base extraction is a type of liquid-liquid extraction . It typically involves different solubility levels in water and an organic solvent. The acid/base extraction involves carrying out simple acid-base reactions in order to separate strong organic acids, weak organic acids, neutral organic compounds and basic organic compounds . Extraction is the most efficient method for
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