1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In point form briefly explain how you would go about recrystallizing a compound very soluble in solvent A at room temperature and sparingly soluble in solven B at the bp of B. 3. The attempt at a solution -Add 1g of compound to a conical flask -Add 4ml of solvent B to the conical flask and heat to just below bp -To this, add solvent A until compound is barely dissolved. -Allow the solution to cool slowly in order for the crystals to grow and filter using Buchner funnel and aspirator. -Rinse crystals using cold solvent B. I used solvent B first because generally the compund should be sparingly soluble in the solvent at room temp and the compound is very soluble in A. I rinsed the crystals in cold solvent B so as to not dissolve the crystals again as the compound is very soluble in A Is this correct?