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As a rule, crystals of the dissolved material separate already from the solution in the flask during the process of extraction. This solution soon becomes supersaturated even while hot. L if? FIG. 25 FIG. 26 FIG. 27 When solvents of high boiling point are used the extraction thimble is directly suspended by a thin wire in the round-bottomed flask, but should not dip into the liquid. WORKING WITH COMPRESSED GASES Nowadays every university laboratory is doubtless supplied with steel cylinders in which the most important gases in common use are stored in the compressed state.

Sulphur) or decomposes with separation of black charcoal when heated on platinum foil, it is to be regarded as organic. The tests for carbon and hydrogen can be carried out simultaneously as follows : Mix a dry sample of the substance with several times its volume of fine ignited copper oxide in a small test tube and cover the mixture with a little more oxide. Stopper the test tube with a cork carrying a tube bent at right angles and heat strongly. If the gases evolved produce turbidity in clear baryta water (CO2), the substance contains carbon, while the appearance of small drops of water in the upper part of the tube indicates the presence of hydrogen.

If a naked flame is used for distillation the boiling point rises a few degrees as a rule towards the end of the process on account of superheating, although pure substance is still passing over. If the boiling point rises even earlier, beyond the limit given, the receiver must be changed again and the distillation continued so that a third fraction, the " last runnings ", is collected. It should be borne in mind that both in the first and last runnings there is some of the main product. The vapour pressure of a distillable substance is so considerable even below the boiling point that its vapours already pass over along with the more volatile constituents (usually residues of solvent) of the original material.

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