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Using extraction techniques how would you separate a mixture of aniline and toluene using dichloromethane as the extraction solvent? Give a step by step procedure that you would use.

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This solution includes a very detailed explanation of the extraction techniques involved in this organic chemistry based process. Diagrams are included in the response to help illustrate further the steps in this extraction. This solution includes an attachment which needs to be opened in order to read the response and view the diagrams.

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