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Flask. Add few porcelain pieces to the flask to prevent bumping if mixture is in liquid state. Attach a water condenser. Heat the flask on a boiling water bath. The volatile liquid is collected in the receiver. When a little liquid is left in the distillation flask, stop the heating and disconnect the apparatus. The hot residual liquid left in the distillation flask is immediately poured into a dry watch glass. After a few minutes a solid compound is obtained which is collected. It is dried, purified and then is used for identification.

Three cases are possible by chemical method. Case I: When one of the component is acidic Take 10 g (or 10 ml) of the mixture in 250 m1 of beaker and add 25 m1 of saturated sodium bicarbonate solution. Stir the content till the effervescence stops. The resulting solution (Solution-A) may contain: (i) Solid + aqueous layer: This means that the non-acidic component is solid and acidic component is liquid. (ii) Non-aqueous layer and aqueous layer: This indicates that acidic component is solid and non-acidic component is liquid.

Treat 10 g (or 10 ml) of mixture with 25 ml saturated solution of sodium-bicarbonate in 250 ml beaker. Stir the content till the effervescence stops. Transfer the resulting solution in 150 ml of separatory funnel and separate aqueous and non-aqueous layers. ltisanisole. Aqueous layer Take it in a beaker and acidify with 1 : 1 Hel. Cool the resulting solution in an ice bath. Carboxylic acid separates as precipitate. compound-2. Example 2. Mixture of m-nitrophenol (solid, insoluble in water, soluble in ether) and benzonitrile (non-volatile liquid, insoluble in water and soluble in ether).

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