Is the reaction of anhydrous aluminium(III) chloride and anhydrous ethanol reversible?

I'm planning an experiment that I'll do in silico in the near future, and one of the steps involves the extraction of the $$\ce{AlCl3 · C2H5OH}$$ adduct without any water in it.

Can the ethanol be simply boiled off to obtain anhydrous aluminum chloride, or does it end up as, say, a mixture of ethyl chloride and aluminum hydroxide or something?

• You can buy solutions of Aluminium Chloride in Ethanol so it is reasonably stable. this suggests that the EtOH can be evaporated off to give you back the AlCl3 Nov 8 '19 at 12:09
• I'm just doing it in silico, partly since I'm not an adult yet (an 18 year old is still a minor where I live) and therefore might not be able to buy official reagents, and partly since I don't have physical equipment. 😀 Nov 8 '19 at 12:14