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    provided for. Good luck!!! CHROMATOGRAPHY (By: Mayflor Markusic) KALIKASAN: Everyday Science in Action Volume 4 No. 1; pages 22-24 a) What is chromatography? 1 2 3 4 ____________________________________________________________ ________________ b) Give examples of mixtures which can be separated through chromatography. 4 5 6 7 ________________________________________ ______________________________________ c) How is chromatography done? 4 5 6 7 ________

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    Community Outreach & Education Program CHROMATOGRAPHY (Adapted from: Forensic Science Activities. University of Colorado Boulder Hughes Initiative. .) DESCRIPTION: Students will use paper chromatography to separate ink molecules and identify the pen used on an unknown sample of handwriting. Students will graph and analyze data they collect using paper chromatography. PURPOSE/GOAL: Students will be able to: • Gain understanding of the purpose of chromatography. • Measure and graph pigment separation

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    Chromatography is a process used to separate mixtures. The word chromatography is derived from the Greek words ‘khroma’ and ‘graphein’ meaning ‘color’ and ‘to write’ or to represent. Although there are a couple different types of chromatography‚ in each case a substance is placed onto or into a medium and a solvent is passed through the test substance. In chromatography science‚ the solvent is called the mobile phase or the carrier fluid and the medium is called the stationary phase. There are four

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    COLUMN AND THIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY Maria Janine B. Abarientos‚ Kuia B. Allarde‚ Aliana Keshia P. Andino Mary Viadelle E. Andrada and Nina Marian Robelea G. Ang Group 1 2C Pharmacy Organic Chemistry Laboratory ABSTRACT In this experiment‚ the techniques column and thin layer chromatography was used to separate and determine the purity of the colored components of siling labuyo and malunggay leaves. The results obtained relied on differential solubilities and adsorptivities of the components to

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    Paper chromatography is one of the easiest methods of chromatography. It is a method of planar chromatography (stationary phase is in form of a plane). Paper chromatography follows the basic principle of chromatography‚ which states that substances or components are distributed in between the stationary phase and the mobile phase. It is an analytical technique‚ where only a small amount of a sample is used for separating and identifying its components. Like any other method of chromatography‚ paper

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    Column and Thin layer Chromatography of Red Siling Labuyo Marian Angelu Ramos‚ Rose Ann Refuela‚ Leomarie Duanne Sanchez‚ Paula Lynne Santos‚ Geraline Sarmiento‚ Jon Carlo Semana Group number Seven‚ 2E- Pharmacy‚ Faculty of Pharmacy‚ University of Santo Tomas ABSTRACT Chromatography is the separation of mixtures into their constituents. It relies on the differential solubilities or absorptivities of the components to be separated with respect to two phases‚ one of which is stationary and the

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    Chromatography: How can we separate a mixture? Purpose The chromatography lab is to understand how molecules with similar molecular properties can be separated with paper chromatography. These differences will be interpreted to see the distinction of separate chemical substances. Pre Lab Questions 1. Explain capillary action as it pertains to water and paper. Capillary action makes water draw up the paper. As paper absorbs water mixes with the solutions in the paper. 2. What is the

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    Chromatography – Analyzing Analgesics by TLC and Isolation of β-Carotene by Column Chromatography Introduction/Background: Flavonoids are an important group of additives that can be defined as pure substances either natural‚ extracted from raw materials or synthetic. Chromatography is the separation of two or more compounds or ions caused by their molecular interactions with two phases – one moving and one stationary (Weldegirma 2012). Three types of chromatography are used

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    Chromatography (Greek for ‘colour writing’) is used to describe various methods applied to separate mixtures (referred to as the sample of the experiment) with great accuracy to analyze them. By using chromatography we can manipulate these to move at different speeds through the system‚ thus separating them. Chromatography is necessary in chemical industries‚ as well as bio processing companies. Chromatography can be: 1. analytical: used to measure ratios of analytes(substance in simpler forms)

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    com Liquid Chromatography AP Chemistry Laboratory # 18 Publication No. 10535A Catalog No. AP9093 Introduction In this experiment‚ liquid chromatography is used to separate the substances that are present in grape-flavored Kool-Aid®. First‚ the dyes responsible for the purple color‚ FD&C Blue #1 and Red #40 are separated. Then‚ in a second experiment‚ the other components of Kool-Aid®‚ the flavorings and citric acid‚ are separated as well. Concepts • Resolution • Liquid chromatography • Selectivity

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