Chemistry 2210 Lab 1 Report

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Chemistry 2210 Lab Report Experiment 1: Distillation, Boiling Point and Melting Point Date Due: September 14, 2010 Purpose:
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The purpose of this experiment is to separate different substances by using the technique of distillation, which in essence is the heating of the solution to boiling and condensing the vapors above the boiling liquid. Knowing the different characteristics of these liquids helped us to determine the unknown substance. The purpose of the latter part of this experiment was to determine what the unknown substance was using a melting point range. Materials: Distillation kit, Benzoic Acid, Benzocaine, Acetanilide, thermometer, Mel- Temp melting point apparatus Table of Reagents Reagent Melting Point  (Celsius) Boiling Point  (Celsius) Density  (g/cm 3 )         Benzocaine 89-92 172 1.17 Benzoic Acid 122 249 1.32 Acetanilide 114-116 304 1.219 Methanol -97.8 64.7 .7918 Methalene Chloride -96.7 39.75 1.3 2- Propanal -898 82 .786
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Di agram : Chemical Equations N/A Procedure :
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Set up distillation kit using 50 mL and 25mL flasks. The three solvents used were Methanol,
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course CHM 101 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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