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Ochemlabextraction - Using Extraction to Separate a Mixture...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/10/11 Using Extraction to Separate a Mixture By: Akash Agarwal, Brittnee Sandoval, and Evan Nahigan
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2/10/11 Purpose One purpose of this lab was to use the technique of extraction to separate an acid from a mixture of a neutral organic compound. Another purpose of this lab is to use the techniques of extraction, melting point, TLC, and recrystallization to identify and purify an unknown compound
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2/10/11 Theory- Extraction First Technique: Extraction- Separate a mixture containing an acid and a neutral compound. This is done by using a separatory funnel and sodium hydroxide. The organic phase formed the top layer and the aqueous phase formed the bottom layer. Our organic layer is evaporated to
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2/10/11 Theory- Recrystallization To recrystallize our two layers, we took each of them (organic and aqueous) and added appropriate solvents. Then we boiled each of the mixtures on a hot plate.
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