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Thin Layer Chromatography Investigations Leighton Dann and Paul Beaumont Science & Plants for Schools
TLC One of a number of types of chromatography: gas/liquid affinity paper
TLC Separation of complex mixtures between two phases: -a stationary phase -and a mobile phase
TLC Phases the stationary phase is a thin layer of absorbent particles, in this case silica gel the mobile phase is the solvent
Fisher Scientific UK. Tel: Cat No: TLC X
Thin Layer Chromatography Separation of: photosynthetic pigments in leaves anthocyanins in leaves, flowers, fruit and vegetables
Method Place ca. 3 cm 2 leaf in mortar [If tissue is coarse, silver sand may be added] Grind until all tissue broken up Add ca. 750 l propanone Pour off supernatant into a container and seal
Method Supernatant and residue from grinding leaf in propanone
Method Mark (with a pencil) a plate 1.5 cm up from the base on the edge of both sides Use a ruler across these marks to mark two spots 2 cm apart in the middle of the plate
Method Use Pasteur pipette to place small drops of supernatant Dry off before adding another lot of drops Continue until there is a concentrated line of colour
Method Repeat process until a second line is produced (or one line across the whole plate)
Method Plate into a 600 cm 3 beaker, replace foil Remove plate when solvent nearly at top Immediately mark solvent front
Solvent system Cyclohexane : propanone : petroleum ether (low boiling point) 5 : 3 : 2
PigmentColourR F value caroteneyellow-orange0.91 pheophytin agrey0.75 pheophytin blight grey chlorophyll ablue green0.63 chlorophyll bgreen0.58 xanthophyllsyellow0.53 xanthophyllsyellow0.47 xanthophyllsyellow0.32
S EPARATION BY CHROMATOGRAPHY Describe chromatography as an analytical technique that separates components in a mixture. State that the mobile phase may.
Describe the processes involved in the extraction and separation of photosynthetic pigments from a leaf extraction grind leaves in fine sand - to rupture.
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T HIN - LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY State that the mobile phase in TLC is a liquid and that the stationary phase is a solid on a solid support. State that the.
Extracting Chlorophyll Using paper chromatography The chemical formula for water = H2OH2O Hydrogen = H H2OH2O H 2 = 2 atoms of Hydrogen Oxygen = O.
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Chromatography is a technique for separating mixtures into their components in order to analyze, identify, purify, and/or quantify the mixture or components.
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