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Lab 4: The Separation of an Organic Acid, Organic Base and a Neutral Compound Using Liquid-Liquid Extraction
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Objectives The objective of this lab is to obtain a fundamental understanding of __________ chemistry. Another objective is the _________ of three compounds using _____________ extraction and finally __________.
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Identification Three compounds will be identified by melting point and color. Which one is an acid? Which one is a base? Which one is a neutral compound?
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Acid-Base Chemistry (ACIDS) A Brønsted acid is a proton _____. Common Brønsted acids include _____, ______, ___, and various ________ _____, which has the general structure, _______.
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Acid-Base Chemistry (BASES) A Brønsted base is a proton ________. Common Brønsted bases include _____, _______, and various primary ______ which has the general _____.
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ACIDS The species resulting from the ____ of a proton is referred to as the _________ ____. The species resulting from the _______ of a
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ? ? taught by Professor ? during the Fall '05 term at Indian Hills CC.

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