After completion of the extraction, you have potentially two crude materials which are both liquids. The first contain amines and the second hydrocarbons. You know the boiling point of isopropyl amine is 34 °C and that the potential amine products have potential boiling points of 221.7 and 235.3 °C. The hydrocarbons are also liquids with boiling points of 156, 167.5, and 175 °C.
Describe what techniques would allow you to determine the amount of each product in the crude mixtures given physical data above.
After learning about substitution and elimination reactions, you decide you would like to do an independent studyproject evaluating the effectiveness of excess cyclopentylamine for substitution reactions. Focused on understandingwhich is the kinetically and thermodynamically favorable reactions, you settle on the pure (5) enantiomer of 1-phenylpropan-2-ol as your starting materials because it gives you the best idea of the preferred mechanism based onthe products obtained. To accomplish the transformation, you know you must first make the alcohol a better leavinggroup by converting it into the tosylate by treating it with p-toluenesulfonyl chloride and 2,6-dimethylpyridine as a base.