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zaisav

  • 9 months ago

If the solubility of adipic acid at 0°C is 0.80 g per 100 g water, and the total yield of adipic acid obtained from the oxidation of a sample of cyclohexene amounted to only 0.87 g. What is the maximum volume of water that should be used to recrystallize the sample and recover 0.80 g of pure product?

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  1. aaronq
    • 9 months ago
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    it seems pretty logical that you need ~100 mL (look up the exact density). |dw:1393702133339:dw|