Acid Base Reactions: Separation of Pain Reliever Components

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Figure II: Aspirin + NaHCO3 asdasdfNAANANaNaHCO Agustin Garcia Ryan Johnson February 22 nd , 2011 Acid-Base Reactions: Separation of Pain Reliever Components Data Figure I: Caffeine + Hydrochloric Acid (1) Figure II: Aspirin + NaHCO3 (1) Figure III: Phenacitin (1) Table I: Data from Experiment Caffeine Phenacitin Aspirin
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Chemical Formula C8H10N4O2 CH3CONHC6H4OC2 H5 C9H8O4 Amount Used 0.161 g 0.142 g 0.671 g Melting Point (Theoretical) 328 degrees C (2) 135 degrees C (2) 135 Degrees C (3) Melting Point (Experimental) Over 200 F Over 200 F Over 200 F Table II: IR Spectrum Peak Results Peak I (cm-1) Functional Group Peak II (cm-1) Functional Group Peak III (cm-1) Functional Group Caffeine 1692.60 C=O (4) 1647.24 C=O Phenacitin 1184.19 C-O-C 1605.16 N-H Aspirin 1749.92 C=O 1678.88 C=O 1455.96 O-H Discussion: The purpose of this experiment was to separate pain reliever components, and find their melting points. The experiment involved further practice with IRs, and the identification of functional groups and compounds. The experiment consisted of separating an unknown into its
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