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5.6A: Overview of Rotary Evaporation - Chemistry LibreTexts

5.6A: Overview of Rotary Evaporation - Chemistry LibreTexts

Apr 07, 2022 The preferred method for solvent removal in the laboratory is by use of a rotary evaporator (Figure 5.65), also known as a rotovap. A rotary evaporator is essentially a reduced pressure distillation: a solution in a round bottomed flask is placed in the water bath of the apparatus (Figure 5.66a), and rotated while the system is partially ...

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Rotary Evaporation - Chemistry LibreTexts

Rotary Evaporation - Chemistry LibreTexts

Aug 15, 2021 Rotary Evaporation. Rotary evaporation is the process of reducing the volume of a solvent by distributing it as a thin film across the interior of a vessel at elevated temperature and reduced pressure. This promotes the rapid removal …

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USA Lab 2L Rotovap Bump Trap Adapter 24/40 - USA Lab

USA Lab 2L Rotovap Bump Trap Adapter 24/40 - USA Lab

Calculated at Checkout. Brand: USA Lab. Description. Other Details. Reviews and QA. Description. The USA Lab 2L bump trap is a convenient add on for your 2L rotovap. This product is designed to catch any splash back from your rotovap.

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What are Applications of a Rotary Evaporator? - Rotovap

What are Applications of a Rotary Evaporator? - Rotovap

Dec 20, 2019 A rotary evaporator is electronically controlled so that the rotation of the flask can be kept at a constant speed, and the mixture can form a film on the inner surface of the flask, creating a larger surface for heating. All of these factors contribute to the faster evaporation speed of solvent, which means higher efficiency and better accuracy.

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How to Prevent Rotary Evaporator Glassware Implosion

How to Prevent Rotary Evaporator Glassware Implosion

Feb 16, 2019 As you know, rotovap systems use vacuum to reduce the boiling temperature of the solvent. However, the use of vacuum increases the risk of implosion of glassware. In this post, we take a look at the reasons why rotovap implosions occur, the dangers involved, and what you can do to prevent rotary evaporator glassware implosions and resulting ...

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Choosing the right condenser - Chemistry Stack Exchange

Choosing the right condenser - Chemistry Stack Exchange

In a Graham-type condenser (the right condenser in the picture below), the water flows around a tube (whether straight or coiled) that contains the vapor/condensed liquid. ( picture source) The Graham-type condensers clog (or flood) more easily since they have a more restricted path for the liquid to return to the pot.

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Solvent Removal - Organic Chemistry at CU Boulder

Solvent Removal - Organic Chemistry at CU Boulder

In the Organic Chemistry Teaching Labs at CU Boulder, we have 5 rotovaps on carts so that we can move them to where they are needed. The motor in the rotovap turns the flask rapidly, providing a greater surface from which evaporation can occur and speeding up the process. Cooling coils in the rotovap condense the vapors and drop them into a ...

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Standard Operating Procedure: Rotovaps - Chemistry

Standard Operating Procedure: Rotovaps - Chemistry

Jun 06, 2016 solvent waste bottle located in the rotovap hood, remove your sample from the system and if you bumped into the bump trap remove it from the hood and subject it to the typical cleaning method employed by the lab. Step by step instructions located in rotovap hood area if further information is required. Personal Protective Equipment:

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The Largest Selection of Rotary Evaporators!

Let us help you find the perfect rotary evaporator for your lab! Call or email our team! We’re happy to answer any questions you might have. +1 603-652-1395 [email protected]

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5.6: Rotary Evaporation - Chemistry LibreTexts

5.6: Rotary Evaporation - Chemistry LibreTexts

Mar 05, 2021 5.6: Rotary Evaporation. The preferred method for solvent removal in the laboratory is by use of a rotary evaporator (also known as a rotovap). A rotary evaporator is essentially a reduced pressure distillation: a solution in a round bottomed flask is placed in the water bath of the apparatus, and rotated while the system is partially ...

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Chemistry in Pictures: Be still my giant rotovap

Chemistry in Pictures: Be still my giant rotovap

Mar 13, 2020 As I stood contemplating this giant rotary evaporator on display at the Pittcon 2020 expo, thinking of the hours I spent on a regular-sized rotovap in graduate school, an older chemist with a long ...

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Ethanol Removal in Cannabis Applications Blog

Ethanol Removal in Cannabis Applications Blog

Oct 31, 2019 Optimal Rotovap Operating Conditions for Ethanol Removal. The recommended vapor temperature for ethanol extraction is 25–30C. Boiling ethanol at 30C requires a pressure of 123 mbar, and boiling at 25C requires a pressure of 95 mbar. The 20/40/60 rule offers a general guideline for rotovap operating conditions.

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