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Posted by nimfa on Monday, June 18, 2012 at 11:25am.

The distribution coefficient between ether & water for aspirin at room temperature is 3.5. What weight of aspirin would be extracted by a single extraction with 150 ml water from a solution of 10 gms of aspirin in 100 ml ether? Calculate the weight of aspirin which would be removed by three extractions with 50 ml portions of water.

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