From: Kimberley Cousins (kcousins$##$csusb.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 10 2001 - 13:49:35 EDT
Assuming that the products you want to view are soluble in an organic
solvent such as ether or dichloromethane, and relatively insoluble in
water and aqueous HCl, I would suggest dissolving the crude mixture in an
organic solvent, and extracting with 0.5 M HCl for remove the hydrazine
(followed by neutral aqueous wash, brine wash, drying with sodium sulfate
or similar agent, then evaporating the organic solvent).
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On Mon, 10 Sep 2001, antonio regla wrote:
> Dear List members:
> Does anyone know how to remove hydrazine (hydrate) from a reaction mixture in order to spot the mixture on a plate for tlc? I have been having problems with this, the hydrazine streaks a lot and doesn't allow me to visualize other spots of reaction products. I would appreciate your help in this.
> Thank you,
> Antonio Regla
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