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2% w/v) are added. The mixture is refluxed under an inert atmosphere until the deep blue colour of the ketyl radical anion persists. The ether may then be collected or distilled onto 4A sieves. This drying method also removes the peroxides wh ich are a serious hazard when handling ethereal solvents. If a continuous still is used it will be necessary to add more sodium and benzophenone occasionally. Eventually the still will become very murky as the benzophenone reduction products accumulate. If this happens, or if the blue colour no longer persists, it is time to distil most of the solvent - do not distil to dryness.
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.
Some of these techniques will be described below. Reagents whieh deeompose explosively or pyrophorieally on exposure to moisture or air These should be treated as above, but extra care should be taken, especially when dealing with residues once the reaction is over. 3 Techniques for obtaining pure and dry reagents Before using any organic reagent or starting material for areaction its purity should be checked. It should not be taken for granted that areagent is pure simply because it has been obtained from a commercial source.