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Ehern. R Burfield and RH. Smithers, J. Org. , 1983,48,2420. 2. D. F. , Pergamon, Oxford, 1988. 3. A. B. K. Sakano, Organic Solvents. , Wiley-Interscienee, New York, 1986. Purification and Drying of Solvents 31 Calcium chloride, CaCl2 Both the powder and pellet forms are effective for pre-drying hydrocarbons and ethers. It reacts with acids, alcohols, amines, and some carbonyl compounds. Calcium hydride, CaH2 The reagent of choice for rigorous drying amines, pyridines, and HMP A, and effective also for hydrocarbons, alcohols, ethers, and DMF.

1t is important to make sure that the drying agent does not react with the liquid. If you require a dry reagent, it is useless to carry out the distillation in the atmosphere, and the process must be carried out under argon (or nitrogen). 2. When the distillation is complete remove the collector, seal it quickly with a septum and purge the bottle with inert gas. For compounds which react with rubber, such as Lewis acids, a Teflon stopper should be used. Some of the less sensitive reagents can simply be poured into areagent bottle before it is sealed, provided this is done quickly.

5 Cross section through a double oblique tap Equipping the Laboratory and the Bench 23 A bubbier should be incorporated in the line from the cylinder which feeds the inert gas barrel and it should have a built in anti suck-back valve to avoid oil contaminating the manifold (Fig. 6). to manifold +-- r C:=:::;-;:=:=:::J +-- 2cm! 6 A rotary pump is normally connected to the vacuum barrel of the manifold and a schematic diagram showing the complete set-up is shown in Fig. 7. 7 Although it is preferable for workers to have their own individual manifold, in some labs this may not be possible, because of insufficient fume cupboard space or lack of pumps.

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