User:Jordan L. Metsky/Notebook/Phosphorylation/2012/03/30

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To purify compound made here.

[Ru(bpy)2(phen-IA)](PF6)2 was washed with methyl and filtered in a vacuum flask. The filtrate which was orange and black in color was dissolved in a small aliquot of methanol and rotovapped. Rotovapping produced a red, granular solid that stuck to the walls of the flask. Using as little water as possible, the walls of the flask were washed down, and the product was refiltered under vaccuum. A bright orange, chalky solid resulted. The solid was massed at 1.1 g. Because of the high mass, it was determined that the solid should be re-purified.
[Ru(bpy)2(phen-IA)](PF6)2 was washed with methyl and filtered in a vacuum flask. The filtrate which was orange and black in color was dissolved in a small aliquot of methanol and rotovapped. Rotovapping produced a red, granular solid that stuck to the walls of the flask. Using as little water as possible, the walls of the flask were washed down, and the product was refiltered under vaccuum. A bright orange, chalky solid resulted. The solid was massed at 1.1 g. Because of the high mass, it was determined that the solid should be re-purified.

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[Ru(bpy)2(phen-IA)](PF6)2 was washed with methyl and filtered in a vacuum flask. The filtrate which was orange and black in color was dissolved in a small aliquot of methanol and rotovapped. Rotovapping produced a red, granular solid that stuck to the walls of the flask. Using as little water as possible, the walls of the flask were washed down, and the product was refiltered under vaccuum. A bright orange, chalky solid resulted. The solid was massed at 1.1 g. Because of the high mass, it was determined that the solid should be re-purified.