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There should be no flow initially, because the receiving container is sealed. Vent it by inserting a short needle through the septum. The vent needle can be connected to a bubbler or an inert gas system which incorporates a bubbier. If the liquid does not start to flow, increase the press ure by restricting the vent of the inlet bubbier using a finger, a septum or by connecting a needle valve (Fig. 3). When argon is used it is normally safe to dispense with the bubbler connected to the vent of the collecting flask.
Diethyl ether (ether) (Flammable) Ether itself, along with the other commonly used ethereal solvents, THF, DME, and dioxan, can contain substantial amounts of peroxides formed by exposure to the air. These peroxides can cause serious explosions. Test for the presence of peroxides by adding Iml of the solvent to Iml of a 10% solution of sodium iodide in acetic acid. A yellow colour indicates the presence of low concentrations of peroxides whereas a brown colour indicates high concentrations. Low concentrations of peroxides must be removed before further purification and a number of methods have been suggested4 • One frequently recommended procedure is to shake the solvent with concentrated aqueous ferrous sulphate.
In many cases the liquid is either dried over a drying agent before distillation or distilled from a drying agent (see also Chapter 4). 1. D. F. Armarego, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1988. Synthesis~ Vols. 1-13, Fieser and Fieser, Wiley, New York. 2. Reagentsfor Organic 3. Organic Synthesis, Col. Vols. 1-6, Wiley, New York. 46 Reagents: Purification and Handling Distillation under inert atmosphere at normal pressure This technique is used to purify andlor dry most liquid reagents which boil at less than about 150·C, at atmospheric pressure.