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Chemistry Lab Final
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d = m/V
Constant boiling mixtures are also possible and may appear to be pure compounds when in fact they are mixtures of compounds.
What is something that can affect the boiling point of a mixture?
External pressure. Boiling points may vary several degrees Celsius between a high barometric and low barometric pressure day.
Problems with distillation
Boiling points of pure compounds are fairly sharp, generally within a range of 1-2 degrees Celsius, they are not as sensitive to impurities as melting points.
What is the theoretical boiling range of Methanol?
64 to 65 degrees Celsius
What is the theoretical boiling range of n- Butanol
116 to 117 degrees Celsius
term used to describe 2 phases that dissolve each other in all proportions. (usually 2 liquids)
Term used to describe t2 phases that do not dissolve each other. (usually liquids)
an anhydrous substance that can be used to absorb water from organic liquids.
transferring a solute from one solvent to another.
Extraction is based on
the principle that a particular solute will form an equilibrium distribution between 2 immiscible phases, one of which is usually a liquid.
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