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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of chlorobutanol

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  1. Chlorobutanol has some strong antimicrobial properties, and it can kill both bacteria as well as fungus.
  2. If chlorobutanol is ingested,
  3. Anyway, even though chlorobutanol isn't used that much anymore,
  4. and it dissolves the chlorobutanol as it forms. The solid white stuff that we see floating around is just finely powdered
  5. Now we need to isolate the chlorobutanol, and to do this
  6. I'm going to heat it right up to the melting point of chlorobutanol which is around 95 C.
  7. Very quickly we see something crystallize out and this is the chlorobutanol.
  8. I then use a vacuum filtration to separate the chlorobutanol from the water.
  9. it was still a little bit damp. When the vacuum was turned off, the strong minty and camphor like odor of chlorobutanol
  10. At this point, I think the chlorobutanol is relatively pure, but I decided to recrystallize it anyway.
  11. So the first thing that I need to do is dissolve all of the chlorobutanol in a minimal amount of boiling or near boiling
  12. The basic idea is to find a balance where the chlorobutanol is just barely
  13. solubility of the chlorobutanol will decrease, and it should crystallize out.
  14. Unfortunately, it didn't really crystallize. A major problem with chlorobutanol
  15. crystallized in the beaker. Here the chlorobutanol was on the bottom,
  16. this was exactly like we did before in the synthesis when the chlorobutanol was dumped directly into ice-cold water.
  17. It's kind of hard to see here, but the chlorobutanol is actually crystallizing instead of oiling out.
  18. It should be pointed out though that the vapor pressure of chlorobutanol is quite high.
  19. and it's just because chlorobutanol tends to be oily even in its crystal form.
  20. I was concerned about the vapor pressure of the chlorobutanol,