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Homework Help: Organic Chemistry

Posted by Joanna on Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 1:42pm.

What are proper techniques to induce crystallization from a saturated solution?
(Select all correct answers.)

Allowing the solution to cool down.
Scratching the outside of the container with a glass rod.
Seeding the solution.
Adding a solvent that lowers the solubility of the target compound.
By adding a boiling chip to the saturated solution.

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