Recrystallization: Filter your crystals and measure the melting point

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About Recrystallization: Filter your crystals and measure the melting point Virtual Lab Simulation

This mini-simulation is part of the larger “Recrystallization: Purify your solid.” See the full version for more information.

How can we separate a solid from a liquid and determine its purity?

In this simulation, you will learn all the steps necessary to separate a solid from a liquid and then determine the purity of that solid.

Filtrate and determine the melting point

Filtrate a solid to separate it from a liquid. Once done, you will be able to determine the solid’s melting point range, which will allow you to determine its purity.

Fast, painless, and repeatable melting points!

The melting point technique uses the reagent in the process, meaning you could run out in a normal laboratory experiment. Luckily, in this virtual simulation you’ll be able to repeat the process as many times as you need—no need to worry about the amount of reagent left!

Understand the big picture and master the individual steps

In this lab, you will be able to understand what we’re trying to achieve from the very beginning. You’ll also have a very detailed protocol to follow, including support images, to help make your experience smooth.

RELATED SIMULATIONS:

  • Recrystallization: Purify your solid
  • Recrystallization: Dissolve your solid and precipitate your crystals

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How can we separate liquids from solids? How can we determine the purity of that solid? In this simulation you will learn how to use the suction filtration and melting point techniques that will allow you to answer both questions.

Techniques in Lab

  • Suction Filtration
  • Melting Point Range

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the fundamentals of recrystallization theory and be able to describe the process on molecular and operational levels
  • Carry out the recrystallization technique by following best practices
  • Be able to troubleshoot and rectify common problems encountered in recrystallization

Simulation Features

Length – 30 minutes
Languages – English

Examples of Related Standards

University

Chemistry related 1st and 2nd year

NGSS

No direct alignment

IB

No direct alignment

AP

No direct alignment

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