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What physical property is used to separate chemicals by distillation?
Why is steam distillation used with limonene instead of a simple distillation?
What physical property is used to separate chemicals by distillation? Why is steam distillation used with...
what is the purpose of steam distillation and why is it used instead of simple distillation in limonene extraction from orange peel
Why is a large excess of water used in the distilling flask in the steam distillation of limonene? What would be the molecular formula of the product when excess Br2 reacts with limonene? Explain. Hide comments (1)
Question 19 Steam distillation process is used to separate substances which are Steam volatile Steam volatile and immiscible with water Steam volatile and miscible with water All of the mentioned None of the mentioned Question 20 Which of the following property is not possessed by the organic solvent required to separate an organic compound with water It is immiscible with water It is less volatile than water It is easily vaporizable Organic compound is more soluble in it None of...
What are the advantages and disadvantages of steam distillation compared to regular distillation? What evidence do you have that you actually isolated limonene? If Ig of limonene dissolved has been dissolved into 10mL of isopropanol solution. The optical rotation is 12.5. what is specific rotation, presuming path length to be Idm. At 60°C vapor pressure of limonene is 125 pa, and remaining is water vapor (latm = 101kpa). Find the mole % of each component.
why is dichloromethane used to extract eugenol in steam distillation?
What is the role of steam distillation in the isolation of relatively high boiling Limonene ?
Why is ethylene oxide used instead of water(steam) for steralization of medical equipment. What physical properties makes the molecule better? what makes it worse? (if needed use pictures)
Post Lab Questions Fermentation: 1. What physical property enables one to use distillation for the separation of ethyl alcohol enriched from the water mixture? 2 What is an Azeotrope? Explain how can azeotropes be used to purify mixtures? 3. Azeotropes are also defined as liquid mixtures having a vapor pressure at constant temperature, as a function of composition. Explain with your own words why vapor pressure depends on the composition of the mixture. 4 If the distillation temperature is different...
Distillation 11 4. The organic liaud in Sicam distillatior vaporites at: a) Lower temperature than its boiling point b) Higher temperature than its boiling point c) At its boiling point d) None of the mentioned 2. In steam distillation, the liquid boils when th allation, the liquid boils when the sum of the organic liquid vapor pressure and the water vapor pressure is: a) Greater than atmospheric pressure b) Lesser than atmospheric pressure Equals to atmospheric pressure d) None of...
Organic Chemistry Laboratory Techniques What is a Steam Distillation and Simple Distillation? Explain the process for both techniques