Melting Point for Known Compounds

Question # 00614930 Posted By: katetutor Updated on: 11/08/2017 09:31 AM Due on: 11/08/2017
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Melting Point for Known Compounds
* Unknown compound that shows an observed melting range of 90-94 Ë?

C. Which is to be, X (listed mp 97-98 Ë?

C) or candidate Y (listed mp 86-87 Ë?

C). Why might your sample not have the same melting range as either of the known compounds, given that it must be one of them?

* Test tubes labeled A, B, and C contain substances with the same melting points. How could you prove (using the melting point technique) the test tubes contained three different chemical compounds?

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