SCHEME FOR THEIDENTIFICATIONOF ANORGANIC COMPOUND.General Remarks.In the following pages an account is given ofthe results which may be observed when an unknown organic compoundis subjected to the following tests:A. Physical characteristics.B. Heating on a crucible lid.C. Identification of the elements present.D. Heating with soda-lime.E. Treatment with io% aqueous NaOH solution.F. „ dil. Na2CO3solution.G. „ cone. H2SO4.H. „ dil. HCl.I (i) ,, Fehling's solution.(ii) ,, Ammoniacal silver nitrate solution.J. Reactions and colorations with ferric chloride.K. Treatment with 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine.L. Treatment with hydroxylamine and ferric chloride.Proceed through Tests A, B and C. Carry out Test C (identificationof the elements present)with great care,as a mistake at this stage willinvalidate much of the subsequent analysis. Then proceed, in general,through Tests D—L, keeping in mind the results obtained in Test C.
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