Students perform paper chromatography on three dyes, a dye mixture, and determine the mixture's composition
Used in chromatography studies. United Scientific Supplies Chromatography Strips are 15 x 2cm in size.
In this experiment, students become medical researchers and investigate the chemical contents of three simulated e-liquids using thin layer chromatography.
In this activity, students will perform a paper chromatography experiment on three known amino acids, and then use their results to identify the components of an unknown amino acid mixture.
Investigate the oldest documented technique used to separate chemical substances.
Uses paper chromatography to separate various pigments from a sample of plant pigment extraction
Separates different components of a mixture with chromatography.
See that commercial food colors contain more than meet the eye.
Learn the principles of ion-exchange chromatography.
Isolate a carbohydrate-binding lectin protein from an extract of jack bean meal.
Purified fractions of DNA and RNA are analyzed by agarose gel electrophoresis.
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Introduces students to ink chromatography and its application in solving forensics cases.
Students learn the fundamentals of paper and thin-layer chromatography (TLC) as they answer the inquiry question, “What colors my food?”
Develop understanding of thin layer chromatography, use Rf values to establish standards and use Rf standards to identify 'unknowns'.
|Includes||12 developing chambers with caps, 72 TLC layers, 4 Bottles of TLC solvent, 2 Vials of capillary applicators, Drop-controlled bottles of one each: sudan iv, methyl violet, indigo carmine, methyl orange and methyl blue, 2 empty vials, 24 student worksheets.|
|Class Size||24 students|
|For Use With (Application)||Determine The Purity of a System with Thin Layer Chromatography|
Learn how TLC is used to separate out compounds.
A must for teaching thin-layer analysis of amino acids.
Illustrate chromatography efficiently with thin-layer sheets.
Separate plant pigments and dye samples to learn about chromatography in clinical, forensic and analytical laboratories.
|Class Size||40 students|
|For Use With (Application)||Separates Plant Pigments and Dye Samples, Employed to Identify Organic and Inorganic Compounds|