Separating the components of the Panacetin using Extraction and Evaporation
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
Extraction and Evaporation: Separating the Components of "Panacetin"
Submitted- July 17, 2012
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...
Title: Separating the components of “Panacetin”
Name: Ip, Wing Chung (Vincent)
Lab Partner: Ma, Siyin
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...
Separating The Components of “Panacetin”
This experiment heavily relied on the crystallization and extraction techniques that were previously learned. Extraction was important during week one to ensure that the organic layer was separated from the aqueous layer. This step was crucial because the organic...
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...
Extraction & Evaporation. Separating the Components of "Panacetin, and the
Recrystallization & Melting Point Measurement. Identifying a Component of "Panacetin."
This laboratory experiment was a combination of two separate experiments as stated in the above title. The introduction...
Subject:Experiment # 2: Extraction and Evaporation. Separating the Components of “Panacetin”
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...
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...
Separating the Components of “Panacetin”
Extraction and Evaporation
Identifying a Constituent
Recrystallization& Melting-Point Measurement
Organic Chemistry Lab
Panacetin purportedly includes sucrose, aspirin...
the composition of a simulated pharmaceutical preparation Panacetin, a proposed 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...
The goal of this experiment is to identify the identity of the unknown component of “panacetin” subsequent to the extraction and the evaporation of this substance. Thus, we will need to purify this component before giving any conclusion because the substance contains traces of impurities following...
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...
If one component of the mixture has magnetic properties, you can use a magnet to separate the mixture. Cobalt, iron and nickel all have magnetic properties. Note that not all metals are magnetic and magnetism is not a method to separate metals from non-metals. Gold, silver and...
different methods and techniques of separatingcomponents of mixtures
* To appreciate the importance of such separation techniques
* To apply different methods and techniques in separatingcomponents of mixtures
III. Results and Observations
Separation of components with different solubilities
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...
These methods vary based on whether the components are solid, liquid or gas. The most common known methods are as follows:
2. Separating funnel
4. Solvent extraction
5. Paper chromatography
Methods of separation
2. Distillation (simple and fractional)
3. Paper chromatography
4. Solvent extraction
5. Separating funnel
Draw and explain each.
What is a mixture???
A mixture is a combination of two...
• Decantation – the process of separating solid-liquid components of mixtures by gently pouring out the liquid so as not to disturb the solids that readily settle at the bottom of the container.
• Filtration – the process of separating the solid from the liquid by using a porous filter...
physically combined. This is another characteristic of a mixture. So in order to recover the components of the mixture, proper physical processes must be employed depending upon the nature of the components of the mixture. Certain properties are needed so as to carry out one physical process. This is...
their pure states. This experiment will give you
experience in separating the components in a three-compound mixture; ammonium chloride, sodium
chloride (table salt), and silicon dioxide (sand).
Background: Because there are 3 components in our mixture, we will need several techniques to