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Assume that the partion compound is 3. Given 400mL of aqueous solution containg 12 g of compound. How many grams of A could be removed from the solution by a single extraction with 200mL of diethyl ether? Also how many total grams can be removed from the aqueous solution with 3 extractions of 67 mL each....
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