I am planning a reaction in which I iodate phthalic anhydride. My reaction is I2, phthalic anhydride, and copper(II) chloride as a catalyst. The solvent is 99.9% isopropanol. How do I separate the product (4-Iodophthalic anhydride) from the copper(II) chloride and remaining iodine?
Edit: I planned to boil away the solvent, and sublimate away the iodine from the remaining solid. How do I separate my product from the resulting mix? At the moment, I only have isopropanol.