O-Chem Experiment 25

O-Chem Experiment 25 - Experiment 25:Trimyristin from...

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Experiment 25:Trimyristin from Nutmeg/ Urea Complexes of Fatty Acids/Solubility of Cholesterol/Bile Acids 1) Compound M.M g/mol Melting Point °C Boiling Point °C Density g/cm 3 Solubility Hazards Tert-Methyl Ether 88.15 -109 55.2 0.7404 - Flammable XXX Moderate Anhydrous Sodium Sulfate 142.04 884 1429 2.664 47.6 Moderate Acetone 58.08 -94.9 50.53 0.7925 Miscible Flammable XXX Moderate Trimyristic 723.16 56.51 311 0.885 Insoluble - Sodium Hydroxide 39.99 318 1388 2.13 1110 Severe Reactive Ethanol 46.07 -114 78 0.789 - Flammable Moderate Urea 60.06 133-135 - 132 51.8 - Methanol 32.04 -98 65 0.7918 - Flammable Severe Toluene 92.14 -93 110.6 0.8669 0.47 Flammable/Moderate Deoxycholate 392.57 174-176 - - - - P-Xylene 106.16 138.35 13.2 0.861 Insoluble Flammable Moderate Myristic Acid 228.37 250 54.4 0.86 - - Sodium Deoxycholate 414.6 - 174-176 - 330 Flammable/Harmful Glycylglycine 132.12 - 262-264 - - Irritant Cholesterol 386.65 148-150 - 1.053 0.09 Health 4) Chemical Reaction for the saponification of trimyristic
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6) Inclusion compounds are non-covalent adducts between a host (urea) and a guest (hydrocarbon fatty acid). The host molecules associate with each other by H-bonds, forming a lattice that leaves a cavity resembling a channel where the guest molecules fit tightly. Urea inclusion compounds, called clathrates, are useful to separate straight chain
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