Pre-Lab Experiment 5

Pre-Lab Experiment 5 - 1.2 gcm 3 178 227-228 194.19...

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Experiment 5: Thin Layer Chromatography Introduction In this lab, we will be identifying active ingredients in analgesics (Ibuprofen, acetylsalicylic acid, caffeine, and acetaminophen.) Table of Reagents Density Boiling Point (ºC) Melting Point (ºC) Molecular Weight Structure Methylene Chloride 1.3266 g/cm³ 40 -96.7 84.93 g/mol ethanol 1.000 g/ mL 78.4 −114.3 46.07 ibuprofen *** *** 75-77 206.28 Acetylsalicylic Acid 1.40 g/cm³ 140 136 180.16 Caffeine
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Unformatted text preview: 1.2 gcm 3 178 227-228 194.19 Acetaminophen 1.29 g/cm ** 169 151.169 Ethyl Acetate 0.897 g/ cm 77.1 83.6 88.105 Acetic Acid 1.049 g cm 3 118.1 16.5 60.05 Safety Handle the spotting capillaries with care, they are very fragile. Dispose of the capillaries in the proper container. Also be sure not to look directly into the UV light or point the UV light at anyone near....
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