Separation of leaf pigments by paper chromatography
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Cutup leaves, attach the paper to the pencil using sellotape so that when placed in the beaker. The pigment will just dissolve away. Beaker 100 cm3 small capillary tube Note. The extent to which any particular component moves up the paper is dependent not only on its solubility in propanone but also on its attraction for the cellulose in the chromatography paper. Nuffield Foundation and the Royal Society of Chemistry Page last updated October 2015.
The vapour of propanone is highly flammable. Tape the top of the coffee filter strip to a pencil and balance the pencil across the top of the beaker. Avoid moving the beaker in any way once the chromatography has started. And one of these should be yellow due to carotenes 2016 This Practical Chemistry resource was developed by the Nuffield Foundation and the Royal Society of Chemistry. At least three spots should be obtained. Add a pinch of sand and about six drops of propanone from the teat pipette. Wear eye protection throughout, h Apparatus, b Repeat this process until the line is fairly dark. Yellow Green to Olive Green, teaching notes This experiment works very well providing care is taken over preparing separation of leaf pigments by paper chromatography the spot on the chromatography paper. I Health Safety checked, chemicals, the idea is to build up a very concentrated small spot on the paper.