caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
Summarize how each of the techniques below will allow you to identify an unknown compound by mentioning the information obtained from each technique. 1 solubility determination 2 MP determination 3 TLC 4 Recrystalization
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  • chestercat
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caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
I am not sure about the recrystallization technique since it was not studied in my lecture.
thadyoung
  • thadyoung
Its basically used to purify a compound on the basis of solubility. for instance you have some compound you extracted from some place or whatver, you first dissolve it in a solvent, the solution is filtered to remove the insoluble impurities, and the solvent is then evaporated to produce the solid compound and get a more "pure" organic compound. I think this is works for only organic compounds, but I'm actually not sure if it works for inorganics like organometallics species of the like.
thadyoung
  • thadyoung
After you obtain the more pure species, you can subject it to a series of tests to identify what you have, for instance, boiling point, melting point, NMR, IR, proton NMR, etc.,

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