"Extraction And Evaporation Separating The Components Of Panacetin" Essays and Research Papers

  • Extraction And Evaporation Separating The Components Of Panacetin

    Extraction and Evaporation: Separating the Components of "Panacetin" Submitted- July 17, 2012 Introduction The purpose of this lab is to investigate the composition of a compound suspected to be Panacetin, a type of pain-killer. Panacetin is typically made up of sucrose, aspirin, and acetaminophen, but the third component in this experiment is unknown. The unknown component is suspected to be a chemical relative of acetaminophen, either acetanilide or phenacetin. Using techniques such as...

    Carbon dioxide, Carbonate, Chemistry 1212  Words | 4  Pages

  • Extraction and Evaporation. Separating the Components of “Panacetin”

    Subject:Experiment # 2: Extraction and Evaporation. Separating the Components ofPanacetin” Introduction: The problem proposed in the experiment is an unknown ingredient found in generic Panacetin tablets that must be discovered. Panacetin tablets are known to contain aspirin, acetaminophen, and sucrose; therefore, the tablets tested, containing aspirin and sucrose, are thought to contain an unknown of something similar to that of acetaminophen such as acetanilide or phenacetin. Another problem...

    Chemistry, Chlorine, Filter 956  Words | 4  Pages

  • Separating the Components of “Panacetin”

    Title: Separating the components of “Panacetin” Name: Ip, Wing Chung (Vincent) Lab Partner: Ma, Siyin Date: 2/3/2013 Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to investigate the composition of compounds in Panacetin. Generally, it is made up of sucrose, aspirin and an unknown component, either acetanilide or phenacetin. SinceBy using different techniques, such as filtration, extraction, and evaporation, those three components have been isolated out, which is based on varies solubility...

    Evaporation, Glass, Liquid 674  Words | 3  Pages

  • Seperating the Components of Panacetin

    Separating the components of the Panacetin using Extraction and Evaporation Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to perform the separation of aspirin, sucrose and an unknown analgesic, which are constituents of Panacetin using the methods of filtration, extraction, and purification Structures: Sucrose Unknown Aspirin Table of Reagents and Solvents: Substance MW Wt. or Vol. Moles MP or BP, ºC Density g/mL Hazards Panacetin na 2.014 g na na na Harmful if swallowed...

    Acetic acid, Chemistry, Filter paper 1744  Words | 7  Pages

  • Panacetin

    Will Jeffries 11/12/11 Period Two Organic Chemistry Extraction and Evaporation. Separating the Components of Panacetin. Pre-Lab: Analgesic drugs are known for reducing pain, while antiseptic drugs reduce symptoms such as fevers and swelling. However, some of these drugs can reduce both illnesses. To obtain a pure compound in these drugs, the scientist needs to separate the desired compound by taking advantage of the different physical and chemical properties. Such as; different boiling points...

    Chemical substance, Chemistry, Concentration 2001  Words | 6  Pages

  • Seperating and Extracting Components of Panacetin

    Seperating and Extracting the Components of Panacetin Aim: To measure, analyze, through extraction and seperation of the components of chemical, Panacetin, which will conclude whether the label attached measures adequate amounts and contains US grade safe contents to which the drug, Panacetin, is originally produced by. Extraction of the chemicals Sucrose, Aspirin, and an Unknown substance is tested to determine the legitimacy of the label and drug. Theory: The percent composition is calculated...

    Chemistry, Concentration, Filter paper 975  Words | 3  Pages

  • Seperating the Components of Panacetin

    Alex Wilson 9/11/12 Experiment #2 Separating the Components of Panacetin: Introduction: Of the three components likely to be present in your sample of Panacetin (aspirin, acetanilide, and starch), only starch is insoluble in the organic solvent dichloromethane (or methylene chloride), CH2 Cl2. If a sample of Panacetin is dissolved as completely as possible in dichloromethane, the insoluble starch can be filtered out, leaving acetanilide and aspirin in solution. The purpose of this experiment...

    Acid, Chemistry, Chlorine 675  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separating The Components Of Panacetin

    Separating the components of Panacetin Umar Hussaini Sneha Ray 9/30/14 Abstract In this lab we separated components of a simulated preparation, panacetin and making use of its acid base properties. To obtain such a pure compound, the compound we want must be separated from its other natural components, which can be done by manipulating physical and chemical properties. Panacetin contains sucrose, aspirin and an unknown which can be acetanilide or phenacetin in which phenacetin...

    Chemical reaction, Chemical substance, Chemistry 484  Words | 4  Pages

  • Separating the Components of Panacetin

    Separating The Components of “Panacetin” Observations Most natural products and many commercial preparations are mixtures containing a number of different substances. To obtain a pure compound from such a mixture, you must separate the desired compound from the other components of the mixture by taking advantage of differences in their physical and chemical properties. Acidic or basic substances are often converted to water-soluble salts, which can then be separated from the...

    Chemical substance, Chemistry, Chlorine 510  Words | 2  Pages

  • Separating Acids and Neutral Compounds by Solvent Extraction

    Separating Acids and Neutral Compounds by Solvent Extraction Introduction The purpose of this experiment was to use solvent extraction techniques in order to separate a mixture consisting of a carboxylic acid (p-toulic acid), a phenol (p-tert-butylphenol), and a neutral compound (acetanilide). Extraction is the process of selectively dissolving one or more of the compounds of a mixture into an appropriate solvent, the solution that contains these dissolved compounds is called an extract (Manion...

    Chemistry, Concentration, Diethyl ether 1456  Words | 5  Pages

  • Separation of the Components of a Mixture

    Separation of the Components of a Mixture Purpose: To become familiar with the methods of separating substances from one another using decantation, extraction, and sublimation techniques. Apparatis and Chemicals: balance, Bunsen burner, rubber hose, tongs, 2 evaporating dishes, 2 watch glasses, 100-mL graduated cylinder, clay triangles, 2 ring stands, 2 iron rings, 2 glass stirring rods, unknown mixture of NaCl, NH4Cl, SiO2. Discussion: Mixtures are composed of two or more substances...

    Chemical substance, Evaporation, Salt 998  Words | 3  Pages

  • Isolating the Components of a Three Component Mixture

     CHE 151-50 Fall 2013 Lab report Isolating the Components of a Three Component Mixture The purpose of this experiment was to separate the component of three mixtures sand, sodium chloride and calcium carbonate then calculate the percentage by mass of each component recovered from the mixture. The other purpose of this experiment was to show us the students the concepts associated with physical and chemical properties of substances. Me and my lab partner, obtained a mixture of a un...

    Chemical compound, Chemical substance, Chemistry 854  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab 02 Separating The Components Of A

    CHM 266 Section 4 Experiment#: PROP0375 Separating the Components of a Ternary Mixture Hassan Alhammad 2554122 T.A Katherine Turner 9/11/2014 Introduction The purpose of the experiment is to separate components of mixture of sand (SiO2), salt (NaCl), and chalk (CaCO3). 1. CaCO3+2HCl-----CaCl2+CO2+H2O 2. CaCl2+K2CO3====CaCO3+2KCl The first reaction shows the separation of calcium carbonate from the mixture. In the second reaction we use the product of the first reaction (CaCl2)...

    Calcium, Calcium carbonate, Chlorine 449  Words | 4  Pages

  • Panacetin Lab Write Up

    Lab Report Format for Separating the Components of “Panacetin” (2) and Recrystallization and Melting Point Measurement: Identifying the Components of “Panacetin” (3). Lab Notebook Title and Date Objective: Explain the purpose of the experiment and how you plan to accomplish it. Technique: Show the use of separatory funnel and evaporation of solvent setup Reaction(s): Include the main reaction for the experiment and isolation scheme Physical Data: List the molecular weight, melting point, boiling...

    Chemistry, Separatory funnel, Solvent 432  Words | 2  Pages

  • Extraction of Caffaine

    SINGLE EXTRACTION OF CAFFEINE FROM TEA LEAVES Anne Jillian M. Castillo ABSTRACT In this experiment, the technique used to separate an organic compound from a mixture of compounds is called Extraction. Extraction process selectively dissolves one or more of the mixture compounds into an appropriate solvent []. Tea leaves were boiled in distilled water with anhydrous sodium carbonate in order to precipitate the tannins. The tea extract was then placed into a separatory funnel with dichloromethane...

    Caffeine, Chemistry, Coffee 1212  Words | 6  Pages

  • Extraction of Benzoic Acid

    called extraction. Extraction is a systematic process of separating mixtures of compounds, taking advantage of the affinity differences of compounds to separate them (Padias 128-37). This technique recognizes the principle that “like dissolves in like,” that is, polar solutes dissolve in polar solvents and non-polar solutes dissolve in non-polar solvents. Through extension of this principle, one can use extraction to separate compounds of a mixture. There are three different methods of extraction; solid-liquid...

    Acetic acid, Benzene, Diethyl ether 1211  Words | 3  Pages

  • Panacetin Lab

     Separating the Components of “PanacetinExtraction and Evaporation & Identifying a Constituent of “Panacetin” Recrystallization& Melting-Point Measurement Organic Chemistry Lab Introduction: Panacetin purportedly includes sucrose, aspirin, and acetaminophen. However, the accuracy of Panacetin’s contents has been called into question by the Association for Safe Pharmaceuticals. Therefore, the lab must discover the accuracy of the ingredients...

    Chemical substance, Chemistry, Concentration 1862  Words | 8  Pages

  • Liquid Liquid Extraction

    Of a Sample Mixture By Liquid-Liquid Extraction Reading assignment: Techniques in Organic Chemistry 2nd ed pages 75-99. 3rd ed pages 113-140. Topics and Techniques i) identification of solvent layers of two immiscible solvents ii) partioning of a compound between two immiscible solvents and determination of KD iii) liquid-liquid extraction with aqueous acids and bases with organic solvents. iv) use of drying agents Introduction Liquid-liquid extraction is a method used for the separation of...

    Acetic acid, Carboxylic acid, Chemistry 2104  Words | 6  Pages

  • Chemistry Lab Liquid-Liquid Extraction

    Laboratory #16: Analysis of Grease in Water by Solvent Extraction Experiment Date: 2/19/10 Due Date: 2/26/10 II. Objective The goal of this lab was to determine the amount of impurity, in the form of oil, in water using the method of solvent extraction, also known as liquid-liquid extraction, a method of separating two materials with different physical and/or chemical properties. Two methods of evaporation will be used to finally determine the concentration of impurity- one using an explosion-proof...

    Boiling point, Distillation, Evaporation 1458  Words | 5  Pages

  • Separating a Mixture

    Separating a Mixture Aim: To separate the components of a mixture of sand and salt. To carry out a gravimetric analysis to calculate the percentage of both components. Equipment: * Electronic Scale | * Evaporating Basin | * Beaker | * Bunsen Burner | * Glass Stirring Rod | * Filter Funnel | * Wire Gauze Mat | * Filter Paper | * Heat Resistant Mat | * Conical Flask | * Safety Glasses | * Tripod | * Matches | Tongs | Risk Assessment: ...

    Evaporation, Filter paper, Funnel 602  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extraction of Caffeine from Tea Leaves

    Extraction of caffeine from Lipton tea leaves Maria Gianna Beatrice L. Cancio*, Joe Mari Isabella B. Caringal, Rowena A. Chiang, Patricia Deanne del Valle Department of Biological Sciences, College of Science, University of Santo Tomas, España, Manila, Philippines Abstract Caffeine was extracted from Lipton tea leaves by multiple extraction techniques namely solid to liquid extraction and liquid to liquid extraction; the purification by sublimation and melting point determination. Three...

    Caffeine, Liquid, Liquid-liquid extraction 2197  Words | 7  Pages

  • evaporation

    Evaporation of Liquids Sometimes a liquid can be sitting in one place (maybe a puddle) and its molecules will become a gas. That's the process called evaporation. It can happen when liquids are cold or when they are warm. It happens more often with warmer liquids. You probably remember that when matter has a higher temperature, the molecules have a higher energy. When the energy in specific molecules reaches a certain level, they can have a phase change. Evaporation is all about the energy in individual...

    Atom, Boiling point, Evaporation 1864  Words | 6  Pages

  • Separating mixtures

    Separating Mixtures Hypothesis: if iron, sulfur and salt were able to mix then I should be able to separate them using different methods by physical means. Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to use different methods to physically separate a mixture. In this process we used iron, sulfur in powder form, and salt. The iron will be separated by a magnet, salt by evaporation of salt dissolved in water and sulfur by filtration. The components will be separated to form individual...

    Distillation, Evaporation, Filter paper 467  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separating Mixtures - Crude Oil

    Separating Mixtures: Experiment Outcomes: 8.2.1B Identify data sources, plan, choose equipment and perform a firsthand investigation to separate the components of a naturally occurring mixture such as sand, salt and water. 8.2.1C Gather firsthand information by carrying out a gravimetric analysis of a mixture to estimate its percentage composition. Aim: To conduct a gravimetric analysis in order to determine the composition percentage of the initial mixture of carbon and sodium chloride...

    Chemistry, Concentration, Filter paper 780  Words | 4  Pages

  • Organic Chemistry Lab

    Extraction & Evaporation. Separating the Components of "Panacetin, and the Recrystallization & Melting Point Measurement. Identifying a Component of "Panacetin." Introduction This laboratory experiment was a combination of two separate experiments as stated in the above title. The introduction has been split into 2 separate components to briefly give some background on each procedure. 1 This particular lab is set up with quite a different scenario then that of the last one. A roving...

    Aspirin, Chemical compound, Chemical substance 1118  Words | 4  Pages

  • Extraction

    EXTRACTION Organic Chemistry Laboratory This experiment was conducted in order to compare single and multiple extraction of caffeine from dried tea leaves and to calculate the percentage yield of caffeine for both extraction procedures. The group was assigned to do the multiple extraction. Before the extraction proper, the water bath containing the anhydrous sodium carbonate and distilled water was heated. As the sodium carbonate dissolves, tea leaves were added in the mixture and allowed to...

    Caffeine, Chemistry, Concentration 646  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extraction Extraction with acid and alkali

     EXPERIMENT 13: Extraction: Extraction with acid and alkali Objective 1. To recover the benzoic acid and p-dichlorobenzene from its mixture from its mixture by using acid-alkali extraction. 2. To determine the percentage recovery and melting point of the recovered benzoic acid and p-dichlorobenzene. Introduction Acid-base extraction is a process which purifying the acids and bases from mixtures based on their chemical properties. Acid-base extraction is performed to isolate the compounds and natural...

    Acetic acid, Acid, Benzene 1686  Words | 7  Pages

  • Extraction and Evaporation Recrystallization and Melting Point Measurement

    Chem 231: Organic Chemistry Lab EXPERIMENT #2 and #3 Extraction and Evaporation Recrystallization and Melting Point Measurement PURPOSE: 1. To the components of a simulated pharmaceutical preparation, Panacetin, and identifying the unknown component of the mixture through extraction and separation methods. 2. To learn how to purify by recrystallization, how to dry them and how to obtain a melting point. PRECAUTION: ACETANILIDE AND PHENACETIN ARE EYE AND SKIN IRRITANTS. Minimize...

    Acetic acid, Acid, Chemistry 2895  Words | 11  Pages

  • Separation and Identification of the Major Components of Common over-the-Counter Painkilling Drugs

    Title: Separation and Identification of the major components of common over-the-counter painkilling drugs Purpose: 1.To separate acetaminophen, aspirin and caffeine from painkilling drugs. 2.To determine the melting points of acetaminophen, aspirin and caffeine 3.To identify the separated components(acetaminophen, aspirin and caffeine) by thin-layer chromatography Apparatus and Reagents Used : 1. 4:1 (v/v) 1-Butyl ethanoate/ethanoic acid 2. 3M Sodium hydroxide solution 3. 3M Hydrochloric...

    Acetic acid, Acetic anhydride, Aspirin 1371  Words | 6  Pages

  • Separation of the Components of a Mixture

      Introduction: The objective of this experiment is to become familiar with the methods of separating substances from one another using decantation, extraction, and sublimation techniques. Most materials in our surroundings are mixtures of two or more substances in which each substance retains its own chemical identity and therefore its own properties. Mixtures are either homogeneous or heterogeneous. Mixtures that don't...

    Chemical compound, Chemical substance, Gas 1230  Words | 4  Pages

  • Extraction of Eugenol

     Extraction of Eugenol from Cloves 02/01/2014 CHM2210L University of North Florida Abstract Eugenol is found in the essential oil of cloves and has distinct properties that make it an important product to both food and drug industries. (Bhimrao, et. al, 2004). To utilize many of eugenol’s characteristic properties, it is necessary to isolate this organic chemical from the other components of cloves. In this experiment, eugenol was isolated from a sample of cloves using a series of...

    Distillation, Essential oil, Eugenol 1148  Words | 4  Pages

  • Extraction

    Extraction Separation of a Carboxylic Acid, a Phenol, and a Neutral Substance Purpose The objective of the experiment is to identify the three substances in the mixture and to determine the percent recovery of each from the mixture. The unknown will consist of either benzoic acid or 2-chlorobenzoic acid, 4-t-butyl phenol. Determine the weight of crystals and also the percent yield Introduction There are various techniques of extractions, solid/liquid extraction, which...

    Acetic acid, Benzene, Carboxylic acid 550  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separating a Mixture of Compounds Exp. No. 2

    Separating a Mixture of Compounds Exp. No. 2 name Chemistry 145 February 2, 2014 I. Purpose The purpose of this experiment was to separate this mixture into components, determine the mass and percentage of each component. In addition to test the accuracy of an alternative method of subtraction to find the mass of the sodium chloride directly. Start with a mixture of sand (SiO2), sodium chloride (NaCl), and ammonium chloride (NH4Cl), and use these separation processes: sublimation filtration ...

    Ammonia, Ion, Salt 887  Words | 4  Pages

  • Extraction

    the Extraction lab is to separate and purify benzoic acid, 2-naphthol, and naphthalene. These organic solids are purified by partitioning the solid in 2 immiscible solvents, diethyl ether and sodium bicarbonate or sodium hydroxide. II. Significance a. The significance of the Extraction lab is to purify Acetanilide benzoic acid, 2-naphthol, and naphthalene by determining the partition coefficient. This value is determined by dividing the solubility of the given solute in the extraction solvent...

    Carbon dioxide, Chemistry, Diethyl ether 350  Words | 2  Pages

  • Multiple Extraction of Caffeine from Dried Tea Leaves

    MULTIPLE EXTRACTION OF CAFFEINE FROM DRIED TEA LEAVES USING DICHLOROMETHANE Delos Reyes, K., Dizon, G.J., Enriquez, J.R., Estrada, G. and Garcia C. Group 4 2G Med Tech Organic Chemistry Laboratory ABSTRACT Caffeine was extracted from dried tea leaves by multiple extraction technique. 10g of tea leaves was boiled in a solution of 4.4 g anhydrous sodium carbonate and 100ml distilled water and was extracted three times using 20 ml of dichloromethane. Theresidue was collected by decanting...

    Chemistry, Evaporation, Liquid-liquid extraction 780  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extraction and Isolation of Proteins

    Date Submitted: Sept. 2, 2014 EXPERIMENT NO. 1 EXTRACTION AND ISOLATION OF PROTEINS Background of the experiment Pure proteins are not readily available for study or use. There are certain methods that should be done in order to obtain proteins from its sources. The objective of this experiment is to isolate casein from milk and albumin from egg and to identify and explain the principles behind the methods employed for protein extraction. Results and Discussion There are many possible sources...

    Amino acid, Cell, Egg white 1067  Words | 3  Pages

  • Solvent Extraction

    SOLVENT EXTRACTION Solvent extraction, also known as liquid extraction and partitioning, is a method to separate compounds based on their relative solubility in two different immiscible liquid, usually water and organic solvent. It is an extraction from one liquid phase to another liquid phrase. Liquid extraction is a basic technique in chemical laboratories, where it is performed using a separator funnel. This type of process is commonly performed after a chemical reaction as part of the work-up...

    Acetic acid, Chemistry, Ethanol 1745  Words | 6  Pages

  • Identifying a Constituent of “Panacetin”

    aspirin, sucrose, and drug preparation. The purpose of this experiment was to determine the unknown component of panacetin. Panacetin contains aspirin, sucrose, and an unknown component. Dichloromate reacts with Panacetin to produce the sucrose as an insoluble solid. Aspirin is removed from the solution by reacting with sodium bicarbonate. The aqueous layer reacts with hydrochloric acid, the unknown component can then be isolated by evaporating the solvent from the dichloromethane solution. ...

    Acetic acid, Chemistry, Chlorine 360  Words | 3  Pages

  • Identifying a Constituent of Panacetin

    Constituent of “Panacetin” 9/15/2011 Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the unknown component of Panacetin. Theory: Panacetin is an analgesic (pain reducing) and antipyretic (fever reducing) drug that is sold in drug stores. However, there is a suspicion that this bottle may be counterfeit, not containing the chemicals that it should. Panacetin should be made up of about 50 percent of the unknown component that we previously separated out of Panacetin for testing. ...

    Boiling, Chemical substance, Chemistry 1075  Words | 4  Pages

  • Extraction of Caffeine from Tea Leaves

    Extraction of Caffeine from Tealeaves Perez, Albert Solomon K.*; Quiambao, Marie Angela C;.Pascua, Hanna Harriette R.; Patricio, Maria Roxanne DC.; 2-Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, College of Science University of Santo Tomas España St., 1015, Manila Abstract Caffeine is soluble in both water and organic solvents, solid-liquid extraction and liquid-liquid extraction were used in the experimentation process. Caffeine was extracted using hot water, however, due to its...

    Caffeine, Camellia sinensis, Green tea 1798  Words | 7  Pages

  • Isolation of the Major Component of Clove Oil

    Experiment 7- Isolation of the Major Component of Clove Oil Pre-Lab Questions: 1.) Briefly explain the concept of steam distillation. What is the difference between a simple distillation and a steam distillation? When a mixture of two immiscible liquids are distilled it is referred to as codistillation. This process is referred to as steam distillation when one of the liquids is water. This distillation is used to separate organic liquids from natural products and reaction mixtures in...

    Clove, Distillation, Essential oil 1591  Words | 5  Pages

  • Extraction of Caffeine

    Extraction of Caffeine from Tea Leaves Jaybee Balilea, Sharmaine Baysic, and Maria Anjelette Patricia Belen 3BIO7, Department of Biology, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines Abstract Extraction is a technique for isolating and purifying organic substances. In this technique, a solution is combined thoroughly with a second solvent that is immiscible with the first solvent. The solute is extracted from one solvent into the other because it is more soluble in the second solvent...

    Caffeine, Distillation, Green tea 1572  Words | 6  Pages

  • Extraction of Caffeine from Tea Leaves

    Abstract This work describes the extraction of caffeine from tea leaves to determine its % caffeine. The extraction process selectively dissolves one or more compounds in a mixture into an appropriate solvent. In this experiment, it was visible in the process wherein the components of the tea leaves were dissolved in two solvents, water and dichloromethane (DCM), with DCM used for multiple extractions. The organic layer was evaporated and the determined % caffeine was 0.12%. Furthermore, the purified...

    Black tea, Caffeine, Camellia sinensis 2313  Words | 7  Pages

  • Evaporation and Transpiration Notes

    Evaporation and Transpiration Evaporation and transpiration (evapotranspiration) are components of hydrologic cycle, which at principle, can be calculated from meteorological observations such as temperature, humidity, radiation, wind speed, etc. The process, however, is quite complex and a substantial literature has been produced on it. In this chapter our focus is mainly on the concept and simple estimations of evaporation and transpiration. Mechanism of evaporation from water surfaces Here...

    Boiling point, Evaporation, Pressure 2190  Words | 7  Pages

  • Extraction and analysis of two compound

     Extraction and analysis of two compounds from unknown solution C ABSTRACT Liquid C and solid C were both extracted from unknown solution by first using chemically active liquid-liquid extract, followed by vacuum filtration.  Liquid C and solid C were then purified with the use of simple distillation and recrystallization respectively.  Through the process of recrystallization, the percentage purity of solid C was found to be 6.01%.  The melting point range of purified solid C was 117.0 –...

    Acetic acid, Benzene, Carboxylic acid 1960  Words | 13  Pages

  • Separation of Acidic, Basic and Neutral Substances by Extraction

    Separation of Acidic, Basic and Neutral Substances by Extraction KEYWORDS Solubility, density, organic layer, aqueous layer, drying agent, protonation, recrystallization, neutralization, extraction ABSTRACT: The purpose of this experiment is to separate the substances in the acidic mixture and identify each constituent in the mixture that were individually separated using extraction. Three reaction tubes were used in the experiment. An acidic mixture containing benzoic acid, naphthalene...

    Acid, Benzene, Carboxylic acid 1819  Words | 7  Pages

  • Chemistry Project on Mixtures

    types of Mixtures? Define:-solutions -suspensions -colloids (Draw and compare.) Methods of separation 1. Filtration 2. Distillation (simple and fractional) 3. Paper chromatography 4. Solvent extraction 5. Separating funnel 6. Evaporation 7. Crystallization 8. Sublimation Draw and explain each. What is a mixture??? A mixture is a combination of two or more substances that are not chemically united and do not exist in fixed proportions to each other...

    Colloid, Distillation, Liquid 648  Words | 4  Pages

  • Recrystallization and Melting-Point Measurement Identifying a Constituent of “Panacetin”

    Summary Purpose To purify the component (unknown) of Pancetin from last experiment and then compare its melt point to the two other possible substances. Theory Panacetin should be made up of about 50 percent of the unknown component that we previously separated out of Panacetin for testing. We suspect that this unknown compound is either acetanilide or phenacetin. From the solubility of acetaminophen and phenacetin, we could know both of them are relatively soluble in boiling water but insoluble...

    Chemical compound, Chemical substance, Melting 607  Words | 3  Pages

  • Isolation of Components of Bc Powder

    ! Isolation of the Components of BC Powder Introduction Aspirin, Caffeine and Salicylamide were extracted from an over-the-counter pain reliever (BC Powder). These components were separated by manipulating their solubilities by adjusting the acidity and basicity of the solution. By doing this, the three components were forced into conjugate acid (or base) forms, causing selective solubility in either an aqueous or organic solvent. These layers were then separated by use of a separation funnel...

    Acetic acid, Aspirin, Benzene 1653  Words | 6  Pages

  • extraction of unknown

    Procedure: First of all it was carried out an acid-base extraction to separate out the components of the mixture of three unknowns, one neutral, one carboxylic acid and one phenolic. In order to make this extraction it was weight 360 mg of each sample of unknown mixture. Also we labeled a tube called “mixture” where we dissolve the unknown in about 4 mL of ether. Separation of the organic acid: We added and mixed, and repeated, 2 mL of 1M Sodium Bicarbonate into the ether mixture. Then a...

    Acetic acid, Acid, Carboxylic acid 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extraction of Spinach Lab

     Title of Experiment Extraction of Spinach Date that the Experiment was Performed This experiment was performed on Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 at 2:45 pm in the St Ignatius Science Center Laboratory 323. Partners Names Taylor Jackson and Matt D’Angelo. Taylor, Matt, and I shared the same data. Purpose/Goals/Objectives The purpose of this experiment was for each student to use column chromatography to separate plant pigments from spinach leaves. Some goals and objectives were...

    Analytical chemistry, Chemistry, Chromatography 1399  Words | 6  Pages

  • Extraction of Caffeine

    drink samples were used as supplied by the manufacturer. Caffeine Extraction Procedure:A 50ml aliquot was taken from each working standard or sample solution. This aliquot was placed into a separating funnel and 25ml of dichloromethane was added. The caffeine was extracted by inverting the funnel at least three times, venting the funnel after each inversion. The dichloromethane layer was removed to a clean flask and the extraction procedure was repeated twice more and the solvent layers combined...

    Caffeine, Coca-Cola, Coffee 1381  Words | 5  Pages

  • Extraction of Benzoic Acid

    Introduction: The theory behind the extraction of a solution containing benzoic acid, cellulose, and methyl orange involves many components pertaining to the fundamental ideas of solubility and polarity. Using the concepts of like dissolving like and acid base reactions, a solution of organic acid (benzoic acid), a water soluble compound cellulose, and an organic soluble compound methyl orange, can be separated and benzoic acid can be isolated by a method of extraction. At the fundamental level...

    Acid, Chemistry, Liquid-liquid extraction 915  Words | 3  Pages

  • Strawberry Extraction Lab

    Berry DNA Extraction Lab I. Problem Statement: Successfully extracting the DNA from strawberries. II. Background info: DNA is the genetic information in organisms that codes for proteins, and controls the cells function. The DNA is a double helix molecule that is formed by various nucleotides which include Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, and Cytosine with sugar phosphate. Different organisms can have larger or smaller genes. DNA is also what makes up chromosomes during cell replication. Strawberries...

    DNA, DNA nanotechnology, Eye 745  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extraction of an Unknown Compound

    Kate Kirby June 6, 2013 Title: Extraction of an Unknown Compound Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to separate a mixture of two or more unknown compounds and identify them based on their melting point and reactivity with an acid or a base. Compound studied/Reactions: The organic solvent used in this experiment was methyl t-butyl ether (MTBE, 2-methoxy-2-methylpropane). The unknown that dissolved in the MTBE, but was insoluble in water. MBTE is very volatile and flammable. It was...

    Acid, Chemistry, Erlenmeyer flask 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chem 201 - Extraction

    Extraction (Ch # 07) Faraz Gohar Mr. Wayne Xie Chem 201 10/02/2012 Objectives : 1)To purify samples of organic compounds that are solids at room temperature. 2)To dissociate the impure sample in the minimum amount of an appropriate hot solvent Chemical Index : Naphthalene; mp 82 *C 1,4-Dichlorobenzene; mp 56 *C 4-Chloroaniline; mp 68 - 71 *C; pKb 4.15 Ethyl 4-Aminobenzoate; mp 90 *C; pKb 4.92 Procedure : ...

    Acetic acid, Carboxylic acid, Distillation 1057  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dna Extraction of Banana

    How to get DNA from Banana Extraction I. Introduction DNA is found in all living cells. A polymer looks like a ladder that has been twisted in a helical form. . The sides of the ladder are acknowledged as the backbone of the DNA helix, and are involve of replicating sugar and phosphate units. DNA has a very important responsibility in the cell, as it encodes for all cellular proteins. s. The proteins expressed in a cell classify the distinctiveness of the cell, and organisms are compilation...

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  • Computer components

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