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Separating Components of a Mixture by Extraction

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When we perform a chemical reaction, we are usually trying to get a particular molecule. But when we are done with the reaction, there will probably be a bunch of different stuff in the reaction flask. How do we get just the thing we want and not the other stuff? It’s actually pretty involved, with a couple different steps, but the first of these will always be extraction using a separatory funnel. Let’s learn how to do this!

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