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Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology

Course No: CHE 302
Course Name: Chemical Engineering Laboratory- II
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Experiment No: 01
Name of the Experiment: EXTRACTION OF OIL FROM OIL CAKE BY SOXHLET EXTRACTOR
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Date of Performance: 18/11/15
Date of Submission: 25/11/15
Partners’ Std. Id- 1202012 1202013 1202014 1202015 0902058
Submitted To- Md. Nazibul Islam Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering,
BUET

Partners’ Std. Id- 1202012 1202013 1202014 1202015 0902058
Submitted To- Md. Nazibul Islam Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering,
BUET

Submitted by,
Md. Touhidul Islam
Std. Id- 1202011
Level- 3, Term- 1
Dept. – Ch.E
Group- 03 (A1)

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1.0 SUMMARY
The objective of this experiment was to study Soxhlet Extractor and to determine the percent extraction of oil from oil cake and percent recovery of solvent used for extraction. In this experiment, a paper thimble was weighed and then measured amount of oil cake was taken in the thimble and placed in the Soxhlet holder. N-hexane, which was used as the solvent, was measured in a round bottom flask and then after setting up the apparatus, was heated by an electric heater up to its boiling point. The n-hexane vapor rose up to the condenser and absorbing heat from the cooling water it was condensed which fell in the thimble. Oil was extracted from the oil cake by n-hexane and after the level of the oil-hexane mixture rose to a certain…...

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