Structure and Solubility of butanoic acid, 2-propanol, 1-hexanol, bromobutane

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STRUCTURE & SOLUBILITYTam HoLab Partner: Urusha LamaSeptember 30, 2013I. AbstractSolubility can tell about the solutes structure and vice versa. Like solvents dissolve like solutes. This experiment objective is to determine the identities of these unknown substances A, B, C, D, E, F, G, I, J. My group were assigned L and M.For determining A, B, C, D, we base on the following table of solubility to identify the solutes:WaterNaOHButanoic AcidSolubleSoluble2-propanolSoluble1-hexanolInsolubleBromobutaneInsolubleSolubleFirst we prepare test tubes of water and add samples of A, B, C, D into the test tubes. Observe the solubility and carry on testing the solubles in NaOH and use litmus paper to determine if one of them is acidic. For the water-insoluble samples, we use Ceric Ammonium nitrate test to determine the presence of alcohol. Prepare one control with water f

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