Cooperative Identification of an Organic Solid

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Cooperative Identification of an Organic Solid Lab Partners: Chris Pulliam, Joe Mista Due Date: 9/1/2009 Date Submitted: 9/1/2009 __________________ __________________ Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the identity of an unknown organic compound by accessing its melting temperature range, then comparing our results with known data and accurately identify of the organic compound. Reaction Equation(s): Acetanilide: ( ) C6H5NH COCH3 Acetyl Salicylic Acid (aspirin): C9H8O4 Biphenyl: C12H10 o-Toluic Acid: C8H8O2
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(Acetanilide) (Acetyl Salicylic Acid) (Biphenyl) (o-Toluic Acid) Compound Identification Sheet: Unknown Number: 348 Unknown Visual Inspection: Brown flakey solid Color of solid: Light brown Powder or Crystalline: Crystalline, then we crushed it to a power Shape of Crystal: flakey Melting Point: 113˚C – 116˚C Mixed Melting Point: 114˚C – 116.5˚C Other Group Unknown Number: 429 Calculations:
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Melting point of unknown solid: Trial 1: 113.0˚C – 116.5˚C Trial 2: 113.0˚C – 116.0˚C
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