Qs5. Solubility of compound X in water is 3 g/100 mL; in ether 6 g/100 mL. & Suppose, you are to perform a regular extraction. (Mohring, pp142-147 & 161-162) 1) of the compound X can be extracted to the organic layer? How much will remain in the aqueous layer? If you add 6 g of the compound to in 50 mL of water and add 25 ml of ether, how much 2) the compound can be extracted? How much will you be able to extract totally (in these two extractions)? If you add a fresh 25-mL portion of ether to the same aqueous solution, how much of 3) same amount of X as in the previous double extraction? Why or why not? If you just do one extraction with 50-mL portion of ether, will you be able to extract the

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Qs5. Solubility of compound X in water is 3 g/100 mL; in ether 6 g/100 mL. & Suppose, you are
to perform a regular extraction. (Mohring, pp142-147 & 161-162)
1)
of the compound X can be extracted to the organic layer? How much will remain in the aqueous
layer?
If you add 6 g of the compound to in 50 mL of water and add 25 ml of ether, how much
2)
the compound can be extracted? How much will you be able to extract totally (in these two
extractions)?
If you add a fresh 25-mL portion of ether to the same aqueous solution, how much of
3)
same amount of X as in the previous double extraction? Why or why not?
If you just do one extraction with 50-mL portion of ether, will you be able to extract the

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Qs5. Solubility of compound X in water is 3 g/100 mL; in ether 6 g/100 mL. & Suppose, you are to perform a regular extraction. (Mohring, pp142-147 & 161-162) 1) of the compound X can be extracted to the organic layer? How much will remain in the aqueous layer? If you add 6 g of the compound to in 50 mL of water and add 25 ml of ether, how much 2) the compound can be extracted? How much will you be able to extract totally (in these two extractions)? If you add a fresh 25-mL portion of ether to the same aqueous solution, how much of 3) same amount of X as in the previous double extraction? Why or why not? If you just do one extraction with 50-mL portion of ether, will you be able to extract the

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