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Filtering Suspended Solids The filtration of a hot, saturated solution to remove solid impurities or charcoal can be done in a number of ways. Processes include gravity filtration, pressure filtration, decantation, or removal of the solvent using a Pasteur pipette. Vacuum filtration is not used because the hot solvent will cool during the process and the product will crystallize in the filter. Procedure Decant: to pour off. A fast, easy separation procedure. FIG. 2 Gravity filtration of hot solution through fluted filter paper.
The final container is for various hazardous wastes. , for phosphorus compounds, heavy metal hydroxides, mercury salts, etc. Some hazardous wastes are concentrated nitric acid, platinum catalyst, sodium hydrosulfite (a reducing agent), and Cr6+ (an oxidizing agent). , concentrated sulfuric acid, the material must be carefully packed in bottles and placed in a 55-gal drum called a lab pack, to which is added an inert packing material. The lab pack is carefully documented and then hauled off by a bonded, licensed, and heavily regulated waste disposal company to a site where such waste is disposed of.
Filter flask 36 Break the vacuum, add a very small quantity of icecold wash solvent, reapply vacuum Use a trap Organic Experiments disk it is good practice to place an 11- or 12-mm dia. piece of #1 filter paper on the disk. In this way the frit will not become clogged with insoluble impurities. A piece of filter paper is mandatory on porcelain Hirsch funnels. Clamp the clean, dry 25-mL filter flask in an ice bath to prevent it from falling over and place the Hirsch funnel with filter paper in the flask.