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Clove Oil Eugenol Lab

of Acetyleugenol (Clove Oil) from Cloves Purpose In this experiment, you will obtain the essential oil from cloves by steam distillation. You will then separate a component (acetyleugenol) from the oil by liquid-liquid extraction. Finally, you will isolate the acetyleugenol by using a rotovap for reduced pressure distillation, which will remove the organic solvent (dichloromethane). Background Whole cloves contain between 14% and 20% by weight of essential oils, but only half...

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Isolation of Eugenol from Cloves

Isolation of Eugenol from Cloves Abstract The experiment conducted, isolation of eugenol from cloves, is the extraction of the essential oil. To perform this experiment cloves and water were mixed together and heated by a heating mantle in a round-bottom flask. A direct stem distillation took place, and the oil product was out aside for a week. After one week, the isolation of the eugenol actually takes place. Next the thin-layer chromatographic analysis takes place, but the experiment...

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Isolation of Eugenol from Cloves

Edward Cross Organic Chemistry December 10, 2012 Title Steam Distillation of Cloves and Extraction of Eugenol Authors Edward J. Cross* Summary The isolation of Eugenol from Cloves begins with whole cloves and then using a steam distillation apparatus to obtain the cloves oil substance. Then with the mixtures of water and dichloromethane to form two immiscible layers. The layers were dichloromethane substance and aqueous The entire substances that are separated into two individual...

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Isolation of the Major Constituents of Clove Oil

Isolation of the Major Constituents of Clove Oil Organic Chemistry Laboratory II, 10 February 2011 Corey Cates Introduction and Objectives The purpose of this lab was to obtain a pure sample of clove oil from ground cloves using steam distillation, perform infrared spectroscopy on the sample, and analyze the IR to identify the major constituent in the clove oil. The first day the clove oil was removed from the ground cloves into an aqueous solution then removed from the water using DCM. The sample...

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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...

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Lab 10: Isolation of Identification of the Major Constituent of Clove Oil

Chem 253 - Organic Chemistry I Lab 10: Isolation of Identification of the major constituent of clove oil 3/15/2012 Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to isolate the cove oil from ground cloves and determine the identity of the major constituent that is known to have the molecular formula C10H12O2 through IR spectrometry. Theory: Many people search for alternative ways to treat illnesses other than the conventional use of drugs and surgery. These alternative ways include aromatherapy,...

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Isolation of Clove Oil

and isolate a natural product from cloves. Introduction By performing steam distillation we can isolate eugenol at lower temperature than its usual boiling point of 248 degree Celsius. Eugenol belongs to a category called essential oil. Many of these compounds are used as flavoring and perfumes and in the past were considered the essence of plant from which they were derived. Structure of eugenol (clove oil) and eugenol acetate: Reagents: Eugenol, CH2Cl2, Br2, FeCl3, Methanol ...

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Eugenol

Isolation and Identification of Eugenol: The Fragrant Component of Cloves *Adri, Kiersten Jayne R., Aguinaldo, Samuel Jr. Group 2 Department of Chemistry, College of Science University of Santo Tomas, España, Manila 1008 Abstract. In this experiment, the primary objective was to isolate eugenol from cloves. An amount of 30 grams of dried cloves and 300 mL of water was distilled over a flame for over 2 hours. The distillate underwent extraction with dichloromethane, water and sodium hydroxide...

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Isolation of Eugenol from Cloves by Steam Distillation and Its Identification by Infrared Spectroscopy

Isolation of Eugenol from Cloves by Steam Distillation and its Identification by Infrared Spectroscopy Eim A. Chemist CHEM 303 June 16, 2005 INTRODUCTION “Essential oils” are the volatile components associated with the aromas of many plants.1 In this experiment, the essential oil eugenol (the main component of oil of cloves) will be isolated from ground cloves using the technique of steam distillation, which is often used to isolate liquid natural products from plants.2 The principle...

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Steam Distillation of Eugenol from Cloves.

principle component of oil of cloves is an aromatic compound, which is identified by thin layer chromatography (TLC). Eugenol is widely used in dentistry, due to its analgesic, antiseptic balsamic qualities. It is ideal for curative for pulp hyperemia (the soft, sensitive substance underneath the enamel and dentine of a tooth) and pulp its. In dentistry eugenol is also used to cover cavities, fill canals, etc. It also keeps food fresh and kills off bacteria and viruses. Eugenol helps keep meat fresh...

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