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A student has received a mixture of three organic compounds 1, 2 and 3. The student has to separate these three compounds by

A student has received a mixture of three organic compounds 1, 2 and 3. The student has to separate these three compounds by an extraction experiment. Select from the list the appropriate procedure for separation of compound 1 from compound 2 and from compound 3 through extraction. OH coumpound 1 coumpound 2 coumpound 3 A mixture of three compounds should be dissolved in an organic solvent. Select organic solvent, not miscible with water, for extraction. Once the mixture of three compounds was completely dissolved with the organic solvent one of the three compounds will be extracted into the aqueous layer. Suggest the aqueous solution for the first extraction. Due to the density of the chosen organic solvent, the aqueous extract will be at the top or at the bottom of the separatory funnel? ✓ Choose... compound 2 At the bottom water compound 1 Aqueous sodium bicarbonate Aqueous sodium hydroxide Aqueous hydrochloric acid compound 3 At the top ethanol ethyl acetate Which among three compounds, see the picture at the top of the question, will be extracted to the aqueous layer during the first extraction? HUJU... Suggest an aqueous solution for the second extraction. Choose... Choose... Which among two compounds, remaining in the organic phase after the first extraction, will be extracted to the aqueous layer during the second extraction? The second aqueous extract will be at the top or at the bottom of the separatory funnel? Which compound will stay in the organic layer after two sequential extractions? Choose... Choose...


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