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Image from page 344 of "Practical methods of organic chemistry" (1901) (14791523113)

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Identifier: practicalmethods00gatt
Title: Practical methods of organic chemistry
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Gattemann, Ludwig. [from old catalog]
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Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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Fig. 78. AROMATIC SERIES 325 of alcohol (about 95 %), add, with frequent shaking, 33 grammesof bromine, drop by drop, from a separating funnel. This shouldrequire about a quarter-hour. In place of a separating funnel, itis advisable, as in all cases of bromination, to use a burette, by whichthe troublesome weighing of bromine is obviated. Since the spe-cific gravity of bromine at moderate temperatures is very nearly 3,it is only necessary to divide the required weight by 3, in order tofind the number of cubic centimetres corresponding to the weight.Of the numerous kinds of burettes, the one best adapted to this
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