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Analgesic Power Point - Organic Chemistry I - Lab Lab #4 -...

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Organic Chemistry I - Lab Organic Chemistry I - Lab Lab #4 - Extraction of Analgesic Components Extraction is a purification technique in which compounds with different solubilities are separated using solvents of different polarities. This basic chemical process is often performed in conjunction with reversible acid/base reactions .
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Liquid-Liquid Liquid-Liquid Extraction Extraction Requirements for a liquid-liquid extraction: two immiscible liquids with different Recognize which layer is which (organic vs. aqueous phases) Why separatory funnel
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Liquid-Liquid Extraction Liquid-Liquid Extraction Immiscible non-mixing (i.e. oil and water) Immiscible liquids have significantly different solubilities/polarities which keep them from dissolving each other (in reality they are not completely non-mixing, there is some carry over). Still they must physically separate (density) and be visibly distinguishable (n D ). Common Immiscible Mixes
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