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Based on this experimental procedures what is the required amount of HCl to acidify the aqueous layer. HOR RA ROH wote the reaction of Grignard reagents with water and similar proton es). We do not usually consider this a useful reaction, but it tells us tha when we do Grignard chemistry, all our reagents must be dry, including the solvent, and all the glassware must be dry. "Dry in this context means more than looking dry, but thoroughly dry. This is done by heating in an oven at >100 C for at least one hour, to remove water on the glass surfaces Prepare an oven dried two neck round bottom flask, a condenser and an addition funnel. They should be dried in the oven for one hour at about 120 C. Assemble the equipment while it is hot and attach to the vacuum line immediately. Keep it under vacuum while it cools down. When it is cool. flush the apparatus with nitrogen. seal with a septum connect to manifold by a take off adapter reflux condenser pressure equalising addition funnel bromobenzene
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