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8 How might you speed up the evaporation process? 1 Kuderna–Danish Evaporative Concentration The Kuderna–Danish evaporative condenser [1] was developed in the laboratories of Julius Hyman and Company, Denver, Colorada, USA [2]. 19). The sample containing organic solvent (200–300 ml) is placed in the apparatus, together with one or two boiling chips, and heated with a water bath. The temperature of the water bath should be maintained at 15–20◦ C above the boiling point of the organic solvent. 19 Schematic diagram of the Kudema–Danish evaporative concentration condenser system.

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