Fatty Acid and Test Specific Objective
Topics: Fatty acid, Solvent, Glycerol, Solubility, Water, Acetic acid / Pages: 11 (2636 words) / Published: Feb 23rd, 2012

EXPERIMENT NO. 6

LIPIDS

I NUR 4
GROUP 9

POLICARPIO, JOHN PAUL (A & B)
QUERUBIN, KIMBERLY (C & D)
QUILALA, REGENE (E & F1)
RAMOS, PRACCEDES (F2a & F2b)
SABALDICCA, VENZ (F2c & F2d)

INTRODUCTION Lipids are organic compounds found in living organisms that are insoluble or slightly soluble in water but soluble in non-polar organic solvents.

Lipids can be classified into four groups which are -fats, oils, and waxes, -compound lipids, -steroids, and -derived lipids.

Various experiments are done on lipids. Some tests are for saturation, presence of certain compounds, or for the different chemical reactions that lipids undergo.

Lipids may be composed of esters, amides, alcohols, cyclic, acyclic, or polycyclic structures, and may also be a combination of these.

OBJECTIVES

General Objective: At the end of the experiment, students must be able to familiarize themselves with the different classes of lipids and to be able to identify each kind of lipid of lipid based on the chemical properties of its hydrolyzed products.

A. SPOTTING EFFECT
Specific Objective: Test for the presence of lipids by means of locating translucent spots/area in the filter paper.

B. SOLUBILITY
Specific Objective: To test for the solubility of the suspected lipid-containing samples.

C. TEST FOR UNSATURATION (BROMINE WATER TEST)
Specific Objective: To test for unsaturation of lipids through a change in colour or discoloration of the bromine water.

To test for the presence of carbon-carbon double bonds.

D. ACROLEIN TEST
Specific Objective: To test for the presence of glycerol/glycerin or fats.

E. AMMONIUM MOLIBDATE TEST
Specific Objective:

F.1. EXTRACTION OF BRAIN LIPIDS
Specific Objective:

F.2. DETECTION OF BRAIN LIPIDS
A.) Molisch Test
Specific Objective: To determine the presence of carbohydrates in a lipid solution

B.) Ninhydrin Test
Specific Objective: To determine the reaction of the ninhydrin reagent to the residue B dissolved in water.

C.)



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