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After the solution becomes cloudy or a few crystals appear, chill the solution in an ice bath. Wait until there is a transparent layer of liquid above the layer of crystals before isolating the crystals. Isolate the crystals by fIltering the solution through a Hirsch funnel or a Buchner funnel. Check the crystals for purity. Removal of Highly Colored Impurities If the sample is highly colored, there is a pOSSibility that it contains highly colored im purities. Check with your instructor to see if the color is due to impurities.
10. bottom of the original flask. Allow the solution to cool to room temperature. In the "ideal" case, uniform crystals slowly appear. When the solution becomes cloudy or a few crystals appear, chill the solution in an ice bath. Wait until there is a transparent layer of liquid above the layer of crystals before isolating the crystals. Depending on the amount of crystals, isolate the crystals by filtering the solution through a Hirsch funnel or a Buchner funnel. Check the crystals for purity (mp, GC, NMR, or TLC, etc).
A. Ford. The Chemists' Companion (Wiley, New York, 1972). pp. 442--443. Caution: Remember that many of these solvents, of which benzene Is an important example, are toxic. "In revising earlier forms of this table. toluene has been substituted for benzene and methylene chloride (dichloromethane) for carbon tetrachloride. Methylene chloride is also a possible alternative for chloroform. 10. bottom of the original flask. Allow the solution to cool to room temperature. In the "ideal" case, uniform crystals slowly appear.