Calculations: Percent Recovery of Biphenyl: Percent Recovery of Benzoic Acid: %= initial mass/ final mass x 100 %= initial mass/ final mass x 100 %= 1.21 g/ 1.48g x 100 %= .97 g/ 1.48g x 100 % Recovered≈ 82% % Recovered≈ 66% Total Percent Recovery %= initial mass/ final mass x 100 %= 2.18 g/ 2.96 x 100 % Recovered≈ 74% Questions: 1) Why is petroleum ether, ligroin or toluene preferred as. Percent Recovery: 40.6% Table 4: Benzoic Acid Recrystallization using Water as the Solvent: Melting Points, Percent Recovery, and Weights Weight of Benzoic Acid prior to recrystallization: 1.10 g Weight of Benzoic Acid after recrystallization: .87 g Weight of watch glass: 44.24 g Weight of watch glass and recrystallized Benzoic Acid: 45.11 g. For example, if 0.34 g of benzoic acid dissolves in 100 mL of cold water, then if you started with 1.0 g of benzoic acid, the maximum you could recover by crystallization would be abour 0.66 g if you used 100 mL of water Calculate the percent recovery of benzoic acid, naphthalene and 3-nitroaniline if you were able to collect 10.75 g of benzoic acid, 5.41 g of naphthalene, and 7.81 g of 3-nitroaniline from a set of extractions. The starting mass of the mixture was 25.04 g. (0.6 pt) 2
. The value above 100% is the inaccurate value due to erroneous calculation/weighing. The value below 100% is usually the desired value. However, it may slightly vary from the exact value Percent Recovery = (pure/impure) x 100 Let's say you had 10.0g of impure material and after recrystallization you collected 7.0 g of dry pure material. Then your percent recovery is 70% (7/10 x 100). You need to make sure you material is dry or else the mass will be more than it actually is
Calculation of percentage recovery (show calculation) _____% d. Melting point of recrystallized benzoic acid _____ o C e. Structural formula of the benzoic acid 7. CHEM 2423 Recrystallization of Benzoic Acid Dr. Pahlavan 7 Pre-Laboratory Questions-EXP 4 Name: Due before lab begins. Answer in space provided. 1 Recrystallization: Purification of Crude Benzoic Acid and Phenanthrene Study Questions 1) What effect would each of the following operations have on the success of the recrystallization of maximum percent recovery if 5.0 g of acetanilide is recrystallized from 100 mL of water? Solubility ( in 100 mL of water) Temperature 5.5 g 100°C 0.53 g. CHEM 2423 Recrystallization of Benzoic Acid Dr. Pahlavan 3 Example (1)- The solubility of solid X in hot water (5.50 g/100 ml at 100 oC) is not very great, and its solubility in cold water (0.53 g/100ml at 0 oC) is significant.What would be the maximum theoretical percent Figure 3.25: a) Streak of solid (benzoic acid) from an evaporated drip on the outside of a flask, b) Also, the typical recovery for the two systems was different, with the most logical explanation being that there was a larger percentage of compound lost to the mother liquor with acetanilide than with benzil Krystel Iris M. de Castro 20B Experiment 1: Purification of Benzoic Acid January 30, 2017 Objectives: To remove impurities from crude benzoic acid by recrystallization To determine the percent recovery of benzoic acid from recrystallization To determine the melting point of recrystallized benzoic acid and test for its purity Introduction: A method commonly used in purifying solids is.
Percent recovery: 62.69%. C. Calculations (Weight of distilled methyl benzoate) / (Weight of benzoic acid) * 100 = Percent recovery. D. Conclusions. The percent recovery of methyl benzoate for the experiment was 62.69%. The theoretically yield for the experiment is 85%, so the percent recovery was low. Different factors could have contributed. Naphthalene (49.0%) had a low percent recovery and even though benzoic acid (71.4%) had a higher percent recovery, they both had the potential to be greater The percent yield for Benzoic Acid also displayed a decent value of 87%, and 0.870 grams of Benzoic Acid were collected throughout the extraction. Naphtaline yielded the lowest percent recovery of 72.9%, with 0.729% collected during extraction Calculate the percent recovery of benzoic acid from the mixture. Melting range for benzoic acid _____ Calculate the percent recovery of (recrystallized) naphthalene from the mixture. Melting range for naphthalene _____ Comment on your percent recoveries, citing possible reasons for either high or lo
Benzoic Acid was recrystallized with a 105% recovery using 95% water as the solvent. The Acid is recovered using a solvent such as water. The recovered product was a flaky white shiny, crystalline solid (MP 100 and 12C respectively) after recrystallization The percent recovery of benzoic acid is 92.84% while the relative accuracy of melting point of benzoic acid is 100.81%. Similarly, the product was lost during the experiment was conducted. Most probably some of the products were dissolved in the cold distilled water during filtration The benzoic acid after being extracted with the sodium bicarbonate became part of the aqueous phase to form benzoate. The benzoate was then neutralized with an acid to form benzoic acid. These steps should have allowed for the extraction and recovery of the unknown sample. The overall percent recovery was 72% Wikipedia shows that the solubility of benzoic acid is 1.7 g/L (0 °C) and 56.31 g/L (100 °C) in water. So I'd added benzoic acid to a test tube and put in a boiling water bath. I'd added just enough water to get the benzoic acid to dissolve and then let the liquid cool in air. When down to room temp, I'd put it into an ice bath 2. Assume you weighed out 0.25 g of salt, 0.24 g of benzoic acid and 0.22 g of sand. You recovered 0.20 g of salt, 0.23 g of benzoic acid and 0.24 g of sand. Calculate the percent recovery for each substance. What factor(s) could be responsible for obtaining a percent recovery for sand that is greater than 100%
Percentage Recovery of the Benzil and Benzoic Acid by Macro Extraction Technique. Vanmala Sharma. 11/17/16. Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to separate two organic compounds, Benzil and Benzoic acid, based on their difference in solubility in different solvents, by extraction technique; to determine the melting points of these compounds to check their purity, and to calculate the. The weight of benzoic acid recovered and its melting point are 0.9284g and 123. The percent recovery of benzoic acid is 92.92% while the relative accuracy of melting point of benzoic acid is 100.82. Similarly, the product was lost during conducting the experiment .2 After cooling, the remaining solution is ﬁ ltered off Thermometer Benzoic acid crystals Aluminium block Bunsen burner Fig.1 Finding the melting point of benzoic acid Percentage yield = x 100 You can ﬁ nd out more about the work o
The percent recovery of benzoic acid during recrystallization is 23. 02%. The difference between the pure and impure samples was observed by comparison of melting points. It was found that impure sample had a lower and wider melting point range of 120. 1-122. 2 (C). The pure sample melting point range was 121. 3-122. 5 (C) In the microscale recrystallization of benzoic acid, if you start with 105 mg of black, impure benzoic acid. After the recrystallization, you obtain 91 mg. What is the percent recovery of benzoic acid a) calculate the minimum volumne of water needed to dissolve 1.00 g of benzoic acid at 100 deg C. b) calculate the maximum theoretical percent recovery from teh recrustallization of 1.00 g of benzoic acid from 15mL of water, assuming the solution is filtered at 25 deg C Separate a mixture containing benzoic acid, 3-nitroaniline, and naphthalene. Calculate the percent recovery of each component in the mixture. Measure the melting temperature of each isolated compound Therefore, the percent recoveries for benzoic acid and Ethyl-4-aminobenzoate indicate the presence of water. The percent recovery for 9-Fluorenone was the least because it did not involve filtration using a Hirsch funnel, but rather it was heated to remove the ether solution from the substance. Despite this, the percent recovery was still above.
Percent recovery = amount of substance you actually collected / amount of substance you were supposed to collect, as a percent. Let's say you had 10.0g of impure material and after recrystallization you collected 7.0 g of dry pure material. Then your percent recovery is 70% (7/10 x 100) Recrystallization was done to remove impurities from the sample. The percent recovery of benzoic acid during recrystallization is 23. 02%. The difference between the pure and impure samples was observed crystallize out and 0.5 g would remain in solution. The recovery then would be 90%. The 10% remaining in solution would be lost. Recrystallization summary. For most of the recrystallizations done here you may assume that only soluble impurities are present. The six steps used here to recrystallize a compound are, (1) carr
the crystals of benzoic acid by vacuum filtration using a small Hirsch funnel. Let the crystals dry in air. When your sample is dry, measure the mass and calculate your percent recovery. Take a melting point and assess its purity by comparing the measured melting point with the literature value. Reserve a small sample of your benzoic acid Never weigh filter paper along with the crystals; the filter paper will be wet. Determine the amount of benzoic acid recovered and, based upon the initial amount you started with, determine the percent recovery. Melting Point: Determine the melting point ranges of the impure benzoic acid and the crystallized benzoic acid (after it is dry) benzoic acid and 2-naphthol in water at 25˚C is .34g/100mL and .074g/100mL, respectively. They can be removed using vacuum filtration. After extraction and purification, the percent recovery and percentage composition of the unknown sample will be able to be calculated
Substance Melting Point (°C) Percent Recovery Impure Phthalic Acid 204-Recrystallized Phthalic Acid 208-209 67.3% Phthalic Acid Standard 210-Impure Benzoic Acid 109-Pure Benzoic Acid 121-Part 3 Unknown 1 64-66 78.9% Part 1 Part 2 Table 1- Melting Points and Percent Recoveries of Tested Substance What would be my percentage of recovery for the impure aspirin? The mass of my impure Benzoic Acid was 3.002g. The volume of solvent used for my impure benzoic acid was 20ml. I got this because of the 20ml of water used. The mass of purified sample of impure benzoic acid was .630g. How would I find the percentage recovery of my impure benzoic acid To demonstrate, benzoic acid was refluxed in ethanol along with concentrated sulfuric acid in order to form ethyl benzoate (Figure 4.56a+b). A TLC plate of the reaction mixture at 1 hour of reflux showed residual unreacted carboxylic acid (Figure 4.56c), which is not uncommon due to the energetics of the reaction In order to separate the benzoic acid from the m-nitroaniline, you will need to force one of these chemicals into the aqueous phase, which is the more dense lower layer in the separatory funnel.To accomplish this, you will add about 10 mL of the 10% NaOH solution, to make the lower aqueous phase basic (excess OH! ion; turns red litmus blue), and neutralize the benzoic acid (which had been.
melina rosado chemistry 2612 organic chemistry lab lab report melting point of benzoic acid and salicylic acid; recrystallization of dirty benzoic acid an Percent Recovery = 0.682g/2.000g *100 = 34.1 % . Discussion: The first objective was to determine an appropriate solvent for the impure mixture. This was done using the method described by 3 Zubrick. The solvent that worked best for the N-Phenylsuccinimide was ethanol The 50 percent means that the students recovered half of the weight of impure benzoic acid, leading the group to conclude that half was the pure benzoic acid obtained from the impure benzoic acid. In Table 1-2, one can see the temperatures at which the pure benzoic acid and sublimate starts melting . The purpose of this experiment is to learn the technique of recrystallization by purifying benzoic acid. Measuring Melting Points - The melting point of a compound is the temperature at which the solid is in equilibrium with its liquid The extraction efficiency of dye did not decrease up to 10 cycles. After 10 cycles, it was found that 87% MB dye was extracted into the solvent. This might be due to loss of benzoic acid during the stripping of dye. When 0.35 × 10 −2 M of benzoic acid was added to the recycled organic solvent the extraction increased to 99%
The issue is, when I do Percent recovery right away. I get crazy answers. (0.9[benzoic acid] + 27.11[biphenyl])/2.08 x 100 = 1346 % Mass of RBF + boiling stones= 61.61g Mass of RBF + bioling stones + biphenyl = 88.72g Mass of biphenyl = 27.11g The biphenyl itself was very little in substance and were hard crystals basically Acid: Benzoic acid. Base: Ethyl 4-Aminobenzoate. Neutral: 9-Fluorenone. The second main step in the solvent extraction is separating the acid, base and neutral compounds from the original solution. The basic concept behind this process is to remove the base then the acid then the neutral compound to come up with the mass of each compound in the. As shown in the percent recovery calculations above the percent recovery of benzoic acid was 60.6 %, the percent recovery of benzocaine was 62.2% and the percent recovery of fluorenone was 59.7%. These percent recoveries are reasonable for the mixture show more content To begin benzoic acid has a melting point of 121-125C Figure 2. Basic Extraction of an Organic Acid At this point, you can separate the organic ether layer and the aqueous layer. The aqueous layer can then be acidified and subsequently extracted with ether to obtain benzoic acid, separated from the naphthalene and aniline (figure 3). The ether layer containing benzoic acid
Percent recovery of benzoic acid was found to be 35.45% that is lower than the actual one which should be 79%.The percentage difference may due to several factors that caused the loss of product. INTRODUCTION Recrystallization is a common method used to purify a solid c. After isolation of the benzoic acid crystals on a Büchner funnel, they are washed with diethyl ether. 2) A student crystallizes 5 g of a solid and isolates 3.5 g as the first crop. She then isolates a second crop of 1.2 g solid from the filtrate. a. What is the percent recovery in the first crop? b. What is the total percent recovery . Cool the solution in ice and add the HCI dropwise since the reaction is exothermic and foaming occurs. Collect the precipitate of benzcnc acid by vacuum filtration
3. Percent recovery of benzoic acid. 4. Melting point of recrystallized benzoic acid and literature melting point. 5. A description of the purified benzoic acid. 6. Interpretation of data and short conclusion (discuss purity, recovery, and overall effectiveness of recrystallization) 7 Based on the solubility of benzoic acid in water, you can estimate your recovery. For example, if 0.34 g of benzoic acid dissolves in 100 mL of cold water, then if you started with 1.0 g of benzoic acid, the maximum you could recover by crystallization would be about 0.66 g if you used 100 mL of water The percent recovery of benzoic acid is 92.84 % while the comparative truth of runing point of benzoic acid is 100.81 %. Similarly, the merchandise was lost during the experiment was conducted. Most likely some of the merchandises were dissolved in the cold distilled H2O during filtration Ideally, the total percent recovery will be close to 100%. The efficiency of separation and recovery steps will vary, and losses of the individual components can occur and result in less than 100% recovery. Sample calculations are provided in the following example. Problem 5. A KBr-AgCl-NiCO. 3 mixture weighs 3.27 g. After separating the individua 2) Weigh the impure benzoic acid crystals obtained last week using the analytical balance and place them in a 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask. Weight of impure benzoic acid ____________g. 3) Bring approximately 200 mL of water to a boil using the 250 mL round bottom flask fitted with a clamp as a handle using the heating mantle ( pages 150-152 , OCLSM.
The student recovers 2.75 grams of benzoic acid and 6.35 grams acetanilide. Assuming that more than 95% of the material was recovered; what is the % composition of the original mixture? 2 The melting point readings indicated that benzoic acid, which re-crystallized was indeed pure and the melting point matched the known melting range of benzoic acid. The Percent recovery of unknown sample is 63.3998%. QUESTIONS. 1) List four water-immiscible liquids other than ether could be used to extract organic compounds from aqueous. 3) Compare the melting point ranges of the following samples of benzoic acid. Sample A 120-123 o C Sample B 118-124 o C Recrystallization and Melting Point by Temperature Percent recovery Comment on the purity of the sample before and after the recrystallization Collect the filtrate in a 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask. After the extraction the goal was to recrystallize the benzoic acid and determine the percent recovery. In the former case, the impurity could be filtered off In the A heating mantel was introduced during recrystallization Percent recovery In order to determine the percent recovery of the benzoic acid analyse by HPLC, a standard soft drink was analyzed (unfortified sample). No analytical signal was generated in this case, so the preservative content is considered to be 0 mg/L. Taking into account the maximum limit acceptable by law, a set of 1
2. Weight of recrystallized benzoic acid. 3. Percent recovery of benzoic acid. 4. Melting point of recrystallized benzoic acid. 5. Interpretation of data and short conclusion (discuss purity, recovery, and overall effectiveness of recrystallization Percent recovery question, unsure where the 80.0% benzoic acid comes in to play, if at all. Close. 60. Posted by 10 months ago. If 80percent is benzoic acid then the initial soln has .8 x 5.4g of the acid. level 2. Original Poster 11 points · 10 months ago. Got it, thank you! level 1
Percent recovery: 62.69%. Calculations (Weight of distilled methyl benzoate) / (Weight of benzoic acid) * 100 = Percent recovery. Conclusions. The percent recovery of methyl benzoate for the experiment was 62.69%. The theoretically yield for the experiment is 85%, so the percent recovery was low. Different factors could have contributed to this Benzoic acid | C6H5COOH or C7H6O2 | CID 243 - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities. The solubility of benzoic acid in water is 6.80grams per 100ml at 100 degrees and 0.040 grams per 100ml at 10 degrees. Calculate the minimum volume of water needed to dissolve 1.00g of benzoic acid at 100 degrees? Calculate the maximum percent recovery in this experiment assuming a 15ml recrystallizing solution is filtered at 10 degrees I have to get the percent recovery for an extraction lab. My two compounds are 1) benzoic acid in methylene chloride and 2) p-dimethoxybenzene in ether. These were my results. Benzoic acid recovered: 1.78 g. p-dime recovered: 0.56 g. The lab started off with 1 gram of a benzoic and p-dime mixture and when I used this to calculate the total. Phthalic acid is more soluble than benzoic acid, so it makes sense that your recovery of the former was lower - more of it would remain dissolved in the water. Salicylic acid is less soluble than either of the others, so this also explains how your recovery of this one was the highest
Finally the benzoic acid will be precipitated by adding strong acid to the carboxylate salt solution. The following extraction schemes show the methodology you will use. PROCEDURE: 1) Weigh 4 g of the crude benzoic acid mixture using the analytical balance and place it in a 125 mL Erlenmeyer flask 10. Collect the crystals of benzoic acid through vacuum filtration. 11. Allow the crystals to air dry. 12. Use the OHAUS EX224 Precision Balance to weigh the collected crystals and calculate your percent recovery. (Percent recovery = (amount of substance recovered on purification ÷ amount of substance originally taken) × 100) OHAUS Guardian 500 2g Benzoic Acid 1g Ethyl p-aminobenzoate 1g Fluorene (Acid) (Base) (Neutral) m.p. 122oC m.p. 90oC product, and percent recovery (based upon individual compounds). Title: Microsoft Word - Acid-Base Extraction Procedure.do benzoic acid and sodium chloride should be in solution (there should be no white solids Too much water will lower your final percent recovery. 5. In addition, place about 100 mL of tap water in a clean 250 mL beaker on the hot plate. You will use the boiling water in step 7; share this water with your bench-mates.. The percent recovery of benzoic acid and benzil from the 50:50 mixtures will be used to determine the success of the extraction. Melting point will be used to determine the purity of the recovered material. The experiment was done in 3 phases which could be labeled A,B,C respectively. Phase A involved the acid base reaction and extraction.
The percent recovery yields 66.8%, which means that according to expected value of 70% this data confirms that the Benzoic is pure. Finally, the melting range was between 120 to 122 degrees which again confirms that the recrystallized Benzoic acid has been purified completely Liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) of methylene blue (MB) from industrial wastewater using benzoic acid (extractant) in xylene has been studied at 27 °C. The extraction of the dye increased with increasing extractant concentration. The extraction abilities have been studied on benzoic acid concentration in the range of 0.36-5.8 × 10 −2 M
1. To recover benzoic acid and p-dichlorobenzene from its mixture using acid-alkaline extraction. 2. To determine the percentage recovery and melting point of benzoic acid and p-diclorobenzene. Apparatus:Separatory funnel(250mL),Buchner funnel,beaker. Materials:Benzoic acid,p-dichlorobenzene,ether,10% NaOH,conc.HCl,distilled water, anhydrous CaCl2 The reaction. Chemicals: benzoic acid, salicylic acid, unknown compound. Calculate the maximum theoretical percent recovery from the recrystallization of 1.00 g of benzoic acid from 15 mL of water assuming the solution is filtered at 25 oC. INTRODUCTION Benzoic Acid was recrystallized with a 105% recovery using 95% water as the solvent An excellent substance for showing this process is benzoic acid (C 6 H 5 COOH). A molecular crystal rather than an ionic crystal, shown by its low melting point of 122 °C, benzoic acid is used as an anti-microbial agent and is found in toothpastes, mouthwashes, cosmetics and deodorants How to find the crude percent, percent recovery, and percent composition of benzoic acid and acetanilide if 2 grams of a mixture of benzoic acid and acetanilide was separated through separatory funnel and recrystallize and . Chemistry. Enough water is added to 0.35 g of benzoic acid to make 1000 mL of solution. What is the pH
of benzoic acid) and pH 6.0 (well above the pK a of benzoic acid), as percent methanol increases, the retention times of phenol and benzoic acid decrease. This is consistent with the retention behavior at pH 3.0. Summary Baseline separation of benzoic acid and phenol is observed in five of the nine mobile phases studied. At low levels o Solution for is 77.18%. The melting point range of crude benzoic acid = 112-119°C and the melting point range of pure benzoic acid (crystals) = 122-125. Commen The white precipitated of benzoic acid is washed with cold water during filtration to minimize the solubility of benzoic acid in water. Then the benzoic acid formed is dry up by pressing with filter paper. The weight of benzoic acid is 0.79g with melting point of 121-124°C. The percent recovery benzoic acid is 79.00%. Conclusio Calculate the maximum theoretical percent recovery from the recrystallization of 1.00 g of benzoic acid from 15 mL of water, assuming the solution is filtered at 25 ̊C. 2. The solubility of acetanilide in your recrystallizing solvent is 5.0 mg per mL at 10 ̊C. a) Calculate the maximum percent recovery in this experiment, assuming a 15.0-m
an improvement in the process for the production of benzoic acid by the reaction of toluene and air in contact with a heavy metal oxidation catalyst which comprises performing the oxidation in a liquid system at a temperature of at least about 200*f. until the reaction mixture contains from about 40 to about 65 weight percent benzoic acid; reducing the pressure on the reaction mixture to. Acid/base Extraction: A variation of this extraction procedure lets you separate molecules that have different solubilities in acid or base which is the case in this experiment. A diagram of this approach is shown in Figure 1. Suppose you have a mixture of two molecules, an acid and a hydrocarbon Procedure 2. Microscale Recrystallization of Benzoic Acid Recrystallize ~0.5 g (know exact mass to 3 decimal places!) of benzoic acid from water using the same procedures that you used for the phthalic acid above. After the crystals are very dry (next lab period) measure the mass of the isolated crystals, calculate the % recovery, and measure.
For example, water is an excellent solvent for the recrystallization of benzoic acid. At 10°C only 2.1 g of benzoic acid dissolves in 1 liter of water, while at 95 °C the solubility is 68 g/L. The unwanted impurities should be either very soluble in the solvent at room temperature or insoluble in the hot solvent This video channel is developed by Amrita University's CREATEhttp://www.amrita.edu/create For more Information @http://amrita.olabs.co.in/?sub=73&brch=7&sim..
Too much water will lower your final percent recovery. 5. In addition, place about 100 mL of tap water in a clean 250 mL beaker on the hot plate. Mass of recovered benzoic acid g Solubility, g/100 g water 0 10 20 30 40 50 0 20 40 60 80 100 Temperature, ¡C g solute/100 g water Benzoic Acid NaCl. 5 Calculations 1. Calculate the percent of. Carboxylic acid unknown options (Part 1): benzoic acid (mp 123) or 2-chlorobenzoic acid (mp 141) Amine unknown options (Part 2): 4-chloroaniline (mp 68-71) or ethyl 4-aminobenzoate (mp 90) Neutral options (same choices for both Part 1 and Part 2): 1,4-dimethoxybenzene (mp 57), naphthalene (m was found 0.64 mg kg-1 for both benzoic acid and sorbic acid. Recovery values of both preservatives were determined in between 72-105 %. Benzoic acid Sorbic acid Benzoic acid Sorbic acid 4904 Koyuncu et al. Asian J. Chem. Fig. 3. Spectrum of sorbic acid mAbs a y = 50786x + 3106,6 R2 = 0,9998 0 500000 1000000 1500000 2000000 250000 PROCEDURE Introduce powdered samples of acetanilide, benzoic acid and salicylic acid into 3 separate prepared capillary by putting a small amount of sample (about 3-4 mm diameter) on a piece of clean dry paper and pushing the open end of the capillary tube into the sample to scoop it up. The column of solid should not be more than 1cm, in the. 1.The solubility of benzoic acid in water is 6.80 g per 100 mL at 100 ÌŠC and 0.34 g per 100mL at 25 ÌŠC.a)Calculate the minimum volume of water needed to dissolve 1.00 g of benzoic acid at100 ÌŠC.b)Calculate the maximum theoretical percent recovery from the recrystallization of 1.00 gof benzoic acid from 15 mL Continue reading The solubility of benzoic acid in wate