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Preparation of Nylon: Why Does it Form only When Removed?

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In the preparation of nylon, there are 2 phases, an aqueous phase (containing 1,6-diaminohexane) and an organic phase (with adipoyl chloride). Why is the only a small amount pf nylon at the interface of the two phases at any given time, yet it seems you can continue removing it and more appears? What is going on at the interface of the two solutions?

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Reasons for more nylon forming only after it is removed from the beaker are outlined.

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