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how to remove water from the organic layer

hlebsladky2

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How to separate the organic layer from the water if it's considered that the reaction had been done in a big glass 1 litre can? Thanks.
 

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What reaction did you have, and what was used for the synthesis?
 
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What do you mean? If the layers have separated it shouldn't be too difficult, should it? Just decant the top layer and suck up the last bit with a pipette. Truly basic stuff. Or better yet, get a separating funnel.
 

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yes, it was a little experiment. I poured the liquid mixture into a bottle of coke, put a hole in the bottom, got the ready oil layer and got rid of the water. :)
What do you mean? If the layers have separated it shouldn't be too difficult, should it? Just decant the top layer and suck up the last bit with a pipette. Truly basic stuff. Or better yet, get a separating funnel.
 
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