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 In the procedure of the separation of Phensuprin using Acid-Base extraction, the bicarbonate solution was acidified with HCL to precipitate out acetylsalicylic acid. Why was not the water removed by a rotovap instead?

 

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on the solubi lity is extacted by Acid- Base extvaction is based cOm poweuts Dhe nepain the acid Base extvaetion: Tre tee ompaueuts of Phensuprin acetahilld the co Ate sucrose acctyls aticy tic acid And

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