In our factory, we have been using a distiller with a vaccum in order to extract solvents from different liquids. This extracted solvent has a mixture of 54% Ethyl Acetate, 42% N-propyl Acetate and 4% other liquids.
We found that Ethyl Acetate has a boiling point of 77.1°C while N-propyl Acetate's boiling point is 101.5°C. We figured that we might be able to separate the two liquids using the distiller at temperatures between 80-90°C but unable to do so. We would like to ask if there is a better way of separating the two in order to get 100% ETAC and 100% NPAC, or at least close to 100%.
I would like to apologize as none of the people here including me are chemists, and I am unsure if this is the correct forum to ask this.