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Laboratory distillation set-up using, without a fractionating column

1: Heat source

2: Still pot

3: Still head

4: Thermometer/Boiling point temperature

5: Condenser

6: Cooling water in

7: Cooling water out

8: Distillate/receiving flask

9: Vacuum/gas inlet

10: Still receiver

11: Heat control

12: Stirrer speed control

13: Stirrer/heat plate

14: Heating (Oil/sand) bath

15: Stirrer bar/anti-bumping granules

16: Cooling bath.


Description Simple distillation
Date 27 October 2006
Author Quantockgoblin
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