The determination of the solubility of a substance in various solvents is an important step in the identification of carbon compounds. It may be used in the classification of a substance, in the determination of the existence of, or distinction between polymorphs, in the selection of the proper solvent for the recrystallization of a compound, and for identification by the crystallization of a definite form.
KeywordsSolubility Parameter Ethyl Lactate Amyl Acetate Propyl Acetate Isobutyl Acetate
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