From: Jacob Zabicky (zabicky$##$bgumail.bgu.ac.il)
Date: Sat Nov 27 2004 - 00:47:21 EST
1. Are you sure of the chemical quality of the solvent (refractive
index, boiling point, acidity or basicity). Does it contain some
stabilizer (the supplier may tell)?
2. Perhaps the mentioned reagents were inactive, or only modified the
impurities without removing them, or even produced new ones at the
expense of the solvent.
3. Passing through a column of chromatographic quality active silica,
alumina or carbon may do the trick.
4. Sometimes DIY procedures are more costly than buying the solvent of
the required quality.
All the best,
On Nov 26, 2004, at 7:49, paul joshua wrote:
> Could anyone help me In purifying Acetonitrile .The UV cut off needs
> to be 190. I’ve tried refluxing and distilling over AlCl3, alk. KMnO4,
> KHSO4, followed by refluxing and distilling over P2O5 . The product
> however is not suitable for UV. Could anyone help me better the
> Thanks in advance -Paul
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