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    Chromatography: Benzoic Acid and Aniline

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    1. Benzoic acid is soluble in diethyl ether but not water; however, benzoic acid is extracted from diethyl ether with aqueous sodium hydroxide. Complete the acid-base reaction below by writing the products of the reaction and label the acid, the base, the conjugate acid and the conjugate base.

    The diagram attached below.

    2. Aniline, an amine, is soluble in diethyl ether but not water. However, aniline is extracted from diethyl ether with aqueous hydrochloric acid. Complete the acid-base reaction below by writing the products of the reaction, and label the acid, and the conjugate base.

    The diagram for this reaction is attached below.

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