From: Jim Sims (jsims$##$ucrac1.ucr.edu)
Date: Fri Jun 01 2001 - 11:51:16 EDT
I can think of two methods that might work depending on what you are doing.
1.Bubble the butadiene into an organic solvent weighing the solvent and
flask before and after
2.Cool a graduated cylinder (or any liquid measuring device) in a salt ice
bath and measure the volume of the butadiene . The density at different
temps should be available to give you the weight of a certain volume.
>Can anyone suggest a method that can be used to measure stoichiometric
>amounts (~10 mL) of condensed 1,3-butadiene? I would be grateful for
>any and all feedback.
>Much thanks in advance,
>Dr. Peter E. Hanson
>Assistant Professor of Chemistry
>P.O. Box 720
>Springfield, OH 45501-0720
Professor Jim Sims
Department of Plant Pathology
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521
Voice: 909 787 4127
FAX 909 787 4294
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