Posted by **Luke** on Friday, February 3, 2012 at 10:28am.

How do I find out I would evaporate all solvent ( dichloromethane) from mixture with water? I have less than 1500 ppm of dichloromethane in water and want to be sure if I evaporate all that stuff at 160 degrees? I got the feeling that iw would evaporate but need to support it with math . Can anyone help please??

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