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Occasionally you will have solid impurities “trash” in your heated recrystallization solvent. How do you remove these impurities?

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The process used for the purification of organic compounds which are solids at room temperature is said to be recrystallization.  It is based on the principle that the solubility of substances increases with the increase...

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