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You will likely add more solvent than the amount you calculated, as some solvent will evaporate. The amount of solvent is calculated only to indicate the approximate amount of solvent required. You should follow the procedure to determine the correct amount of solvent needed. PROCEDURE Preparations. 1 Note the color of the impure sulfanilamide. To a second Erlenmeyer ﬂask, add about 15 mL of 95% ethyl alcohol and a boiling stone. 2 Because 95% ethyl alcohol boils at a relatively low temperature (78°C), it evaporates quite rapidly.
Should they be the same? Explain. c. Comment on any differences between the values in items iii and v. Should they be the same? Explain. d. Report the melting point of the solid recovered from the mother liquor. Compare this to the melting points of the crystallized sulfanilamide. Should they be the same? Explain. Part B 1. For each of the three solvents (methyl alcohol, water, and toluene), describe the results from the tests for selecting a good crystallizing solvent for ﬂuorene. 2A). 2. Report the melting points for both the impure ﬂuorene and the crystallized ﬂuorene and comment on the differences.
For each compound, one of the solvents has the desired solubility characteristics to be a good solvent for crystallization. In a second solvent, the compound will be highly soluble, even at room temperature. The compound will be relatively insoluble in the third solvent, even at the boiling point of the solvent. After making your predictions, you will check them by looking up the appropriate information in The Merck Index. For example, consider naphthalene, which has the following structure: Naphthalene Consider the three solvents ether, water, and toluene.