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Forensic Science: Chromatography Vocab
Centrate
Precipitate
HCl
HNO3
in a reaction which produces a solid and a liquid, this is th…
in a reaction which produces a solid and a liquid, this is th…
Hydrochloric acid
Nitric acid
Centrate
in a reaction which produces a solid and a liquid, this is th…
Precipitate
in a reaction which produces a solid and a liquid, this is th…
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Science test chromatography
Transmission
Absorption
Reflection
Refraction
The action or process of transmitting something
The process or action of something being absorbed (absorb)
The bouncing back of a wave when it hits a surface through wh…
The bending of waves as they enter a different medium
Transmission
The action or process of transmitting something
Absorption
The process or action of something being absorbed (absorb)
Science- Chromatography Labwork
Pure colours move but do not change __…
Mixtured colours move and __________.
Colours that are ________ dense would…
Colours that are ________ dense would…
colour
change
less
more
Pure colours move but do not change __…
colour
Mixtured colours move and __________.
change
Science Chromatography Quiz
Chromatography
Solution
Solvent
Solute
physical methods used to separate and or to analyze complex m…
Two substances mixed EVENLY together
The substance doing the dissolving
The substance being dissolved
Chromatography
physical methods used to separate and or to analyze complex m…
Solution
Two substances mixed EVENLY together
Science Chromatography Quiz
Chromatography
Solution
Solvent
Solute
physical methods used to separate and or to analyze complex m…
Two substances mixed EVENLY together
The substance doing the dissolving
The substance being dissolved
Chromatography
physical methods used to separate and or to analyze complex m…
Solution
Two substances mixed EVENLY together
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Forensic science chromatography
Dispersion
Two models of light to comprehend
Trace elements
Three common glass types
Separation of light into its component wavelengths
Continuous wave and stream of discrete energy particles
Provide criminalists with invisible markers ... Establish sourc…
Float glass... Container glass... Borosilicates
Dispersion
Separation of light into its component wavelengths
Two models of light to comprehend
Continuous wave and stream of discrete energy particles
Science Chromatography Quiz(full)
Chromatography
Solution
Solvent
Solute
physical methods used to separate and or to analyze complex m…
Two substances mixed EVENLY together
The substance doing the dissolving
The substance being dissolved
Chromatography
physical methods used to separate and or to analyze complex m…
Solution
Two substances mixed EVENLY together
Science-Chemistry-Chromatography
Definition
Background Info
Rf Values
Uses Of Chromatography
a technique for the separation of a mixture by passing it in…
Chromatography can be used to separate mixtures of coloured c…
Different chromatograms and the separated components of the m…
1. can be used in crime scene investigations ... 2. in hospitals…
Definition
a technique for the separation of a mixture by passing it in…
Background Info
Chromatography can be used to separate mixtures of coloured c…
Forensic Science 5.14 Checkpoint-Paper Chromatography
In paper chromatography, which is the…
In paper chromatography, which separat…
Which describes Rf ? ... Answer Choices:…
Which solvent ran off the paper in the…
Answer- Solvent.
Answer- Interactions with the filter paper slow the movements…
Answer- The ratio of the distance of a spot to the distance o…
Answer-... Water.... Water-alcohol mixture.
In paper chromatography, which is the…
Answer- Solvent.
In paper chromatography, which separat…
Answer- Interactions with the filter paper slow the movements…
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Chromatography- Science Rubber Band book 4/14/16
Chromatography is one method used to s…
Chroma which means color and graph whi…
We used paper chromatography to separa…
The water moves up the strip by the pr…
Blank slide
Blank slide
If you remember we used a penny the other day and a medicine…
This is what is written for an example. This is what is writt…
Chromatography is one method used to s…
Blank slide
Chroma which means color and graph whi…
Blank slide
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chromatography
a straight line must be drawn away fro…
chromatography would work...
a way to use chromatography to solve a…
a solution is
keep the dyes away from the water
to separate inks and dyes
DNA
a mixture of a solute that has dissolved in a solvent
a straight line must be drawn away fro…
keep the dyes away from the water
chromatography would work...
to separate inks and dyes
Chromatography
Chromatography
Mobile phase
Stationary phase
Retention time
A physical method of separation in which the components to be…
In chromatography: (buffer) Liquid or gas phase that carries…
In chromatography: phase where resin is packed in column
The time it takes an analyte to travel through the column
Chromatography
A physical method of separation in which the components to be…
Mobile phase
In chromatography: (buffer) Liquid or gas phase that carries…
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Unit 2: Chromatography Vocabulary
Chromatography
Class evidence
Solvent
Chemicals
a technique used in labs to separate mixtures of chemicals.
evidence common to numerous individuals such as type of pen,…
a solution able to dissolve other substances
a compound or substance that has been purified or prepared, e…
Chromatography
a technique used in labs to separate mixtures of chemicals.
Class evidence
evidence common to numerous individuals such as type of pen,…
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Chromatography
Stationary phase
Mobile Phase (non-stationary)
Retention or Retardation Factor (Rf)
Higher Rf the higher _________
Polar (silica)
Non-Polar (alkane)
Distance Spot Traveled / Distance Solvent Front Moved
Mobility
Stationary phase
Polar (silica)
Mobile Phase (non-stationary)
Non-Polar (alkane)
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Chromatography
Greek word chromos-
Greek word graphe-
chromatography
gas chromatography
color
write
the physical separation of a mixture into its individual comp…
uses a GAS solvent to separates a substance (solute) into its…
Greek word chromos-
color
Greek word graphe-
write
chromatography
mixture
solute
solvent
solution
two or more substances jumbled up together
a solid that dissolves
a liquid that does the dissolving
formed when a solute completely dissolves in a solvent
mixture
two or more substances jumbled up together
solute
a solid that dissolves
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Chromatography
Chromatography
Chromatogram
Solvent
Solute
A technique that separates substances in mixtures. It works w…
The paper that shows the result of chromatography
A liquid where a solute is dissolved to make a solution
A component that dissolves in a solvent
Chromatography
A technique that separates substances in mixtures. It works w…
Chromatogram
The paper that shows the result of chromatography
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chromatography
כרומטוגרפיה
צבעים
להפריד
עורבבים
chromatography
colors
separate
mixed
כרומטוגרפיה
chromatography
צבעים
colors
55 terms
Chromatography
Chromatography
drug screening, drug quantitation
Adsorption
Fastest
Refers to the group of techniques that are used to separate c…
Chromatography is used for ___ and confirmation. Can also be…
Also known as liquid-solid chromatography, based on the compe…
In adsorption, molecules that are most soluble in the mobile…
Chromatography
Refers to the group of techniques that are used to separate c…
drug screening, drug quantitation
Chromatography is used for ___ and confirmation. Can also be…
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Chromatography
Chroma
Colour
Separation, components
Inks, dyes
Chromatography is from which Greek word?
What does chroma mean?
Chromatography is the physical _____________ of a mixture int…
Chromatography can be used to separate pigments in __________…
Chroma
Chromatography is from which Greek word?
Colour
What does chroma mean?
chromatography
paper chromatography is a method of
instrumental methods
advantages of using instrumental metho…
gas chromatography
chemical analysis
analysis using machines
1. sensitive ... 2. fast... 3. accurate
an example of an instrumental method, it helps separate a mix…
paper chromatography is a method of
chemical analysis
instrumental methods
analysis using machines
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Chromatography Test
Mixture
Filtration
Vaporization
Boiling
Two or more substances that are mixed together, but not chemi…
The process of separating a solid and a liquid by passing a m…
The change of states from a liquid to a gas.
The process that occurs when vaporization takes place inside…
Mixture
Two or more substances that are mixed together, but not chemi…
Filtration
The process of separating a solid and a liquid by passing a m…
Chromatography Vocabulary
Chromatography
Paper Chromatography
Chromatogram
Baseline
process by which a mixture carried by a liquid or gas is sepa…
in this technique a solution is separated as it moves up an a…
the patterns produced on the chromatography paper
where the solution starts
Chromatography
process by which a mixture carried by a liquid or gas is sepa…
Paper Chromatography
in this technique a solution is separated as it moves up an a…
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Outcome 4: Chromatography 6E
A dot must be drawn away from bottom o…
Chromatography would work...
a way to use chromatography to solve a…
Permanent Ink
keep the dyes away from the water
to separate inks and dyes
DNA
Does not separate
A dot must be drawn away from bottom o…
keep the dyes away from the water
Chromatography would work...
to separate inks and dyes
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Chromatography Vocab
Adsorption
Calibration Graph
Carrier Gas
Chromatogram
The process of binding or sticking to a surface
A plot of data involving two variables that is used to determ…
The gas used as the mobile phase in gas chromatography
The trace or plot that is obtained when the components of a m…
Adsorption
The process of binding or sticking to a surface
Calibration Graph
A plot of data involving two variables that is used to determ…
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Chromatography
Why must you draw a line a certain dis…
How does chromatography work?
Why do some components (dyes) have a h…
Name one way scientists at a crime sce…
So, that the dyes don't run into the water.
It separates inks or dyes.
Because the molecules are bigger.
They use paint from a car and identify what car has that spec…
Why must you draw a line a certain dis…
So, that the dyes don't run into the water.
How does chromatography work?
It separates inks or dyes.
Chromatography SCL
A ___________ is two or more substance…
Chromatography is the physical _______…
___________ are mixtures in which one…
The ___________ in a solution is the s…
mixture
seporation of a mixture into its components.
Solutions
solute
A ___________ is two or more substance…
mixture
Chromatography is the physical _______…
seporation of a mixture into its components.
Chromatography
Fact
Fact
Fact
Photo
Chromos means colour in greek
Chromatography is designed to find out if the colour or pigme…
Chromatography can be used in forensic science and drug testi…
Three ways to create chromatograms
Fact
Chromos means colour in greek
Fact
Chromatography is designed to find out if the colour or pigme…
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Chromatography
Stationary phase
Chromatography
Capillary action
Mobile phase
A stationary phase is a substance that shows different affini…
the separation of a mixture by passing it in solution or susp…
Capillary action (sometimes capillarity, capillary motion, or…
Chromatography is a physical method of separation that distri…
Stationary phase
A stationary phase is a substance that shows different affini…
Chromatography
the separation of a mixture by passing it in solution or susp…
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Lesson 4 Chromatography "Separating Solutes"
Chromatography
Soluble
Insoluble
Solute
The process of separating the solutes of a solution.
A substance that can be dissolved by water/solvent.
A substance that can not be dissolved by water/solvent.
A pure substance that is dissolved in a solution.
Chromatography
The process of separating the solutes of a solution.
Soluble
A substance that can be dissolved by water/solvent.
Chromatography
Why do dyes separate on chromatography…
Why do some components have a higher R…
What is a solute?
What is a solvent?
Because they are soluble.
Because they have different sized molecules.
Something that can dissolve with a solvent.
Something that a solute can dissolve in.
Why do dyes separate on chromatography…
Because they are soluble.
Why do some components have a higher R…
Because they have different sized molecules.
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Gas Chromatography
What are the limitations of gas chroma…
What are the mobile and stationary pha…
What is different between GC and TLC f…
How do mixtures separate in GC?
It is only useful for the analysis of small amounts of compou…
mobile- inert gas (hydrogen or helium or nitrogen)... stationary…
the mobile and stationary phases don't actively compete for t…
with their variable interactions between the liquid and gas s…
What are the limitations of gas chroma…
It is only useful for the analysis of small amounts of compou…
What are the mobile and stationary pha…
mobile- inert gas (hydrogen or helium or nitrogen)... stationary…
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Forensics: Chromatography/Blood (3rd Term)
Thin-layer Chromatography
Gas Chromatography
Infrared Spectrophotometry
Stationary
Uses thin plastic or glass trays to identify the composition…
Separates mixtures based on their distribution between a stat…
A device for measuring the interaction of infrared radiation…
In one place; not moving
Thin-layer Chromatography
Uses thin plastic or glass trays to identify the composition…
Gas Chromatography
Separates mixtures based on their distribution between a stat…
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Paper Chromatography
What is paper chromatography used for?
Why does the paper chromatography tech…
What are paper chromatography often us…
What are paper chromatography based on?
It is widely used for the separation and identification of co…
It works because of differences in the polarity and solubilit…
They are often used for the initial screening of urine sample…
The differential partitioning of the samples (solutes) betwee…
What is paper chromatography used for?
It is widely used for the separation and identification of co…
Why does the paper chromatography tech…
It works because of differences in the polarity and solubilit…
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Chromatography
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Draw a pencil line 1cm up on a piece of chromatogrephy paper
Place a drop of each of the dyes on this line 1cm apart
Lower the paper into a beaker containing half a cm of water
Allow e colours o separate 3/4 of the way up the paper
Step 1
Draw a pencil line 1cm up on a piece of chromatogrephy paper
Step 2
Place a drop of each of the dyes on this line 1cm apart
Paper Chromatography
Paper Chromotography
Capillary Action
Cohesion
Adhesion
The seperation of a complex mixture (ink) into seperate parts
The force of adhesion between a solid and liquid in capillary
Similar molecules sticking together
Molecules of different surfaces sticking together
Paper Chromotography
The seperation of a complex mixture (ink) into seperate parts
Capillary Action
The force of adhesion between a solid and liquid in capillary
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Chapter 23: Gas Chromatography
Gas Chromatography: Definition
What is the stationary phase in GC?
What is the typical length of a column…
What is the typical column diameter in…
gaseous analyte is transported through the column by a gaseou…
A nonvolatile liquid, sometimes a solid
15 to 100 meters
0.10 to 0.53 millimeters
Gas Chromatography: Definition
gaseous analyte is transported through the column by a gaseou…
What is the stationary phase in GC?
A nonvolatile liquid, sometimes a solid
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Chromatography
What five features are part of a HPLC…
What is the role of the solvents in HP…
In a HPLC system what is found after t…
How do you choose which type of HPLC t…
1. Injector, 2. Pump, 3. Solvents, 4. Column, 5. Detector
Mobile phase; and illutes analytes bound to solidphase
Pulse dampener
1. Mw of analyte, 2. Water solubility, 3. Polarity, 4. Ionic…
What five features are part of a HPLC…
1. Injector, 2. Pump, 3. Solvents, 4. Column, 5. Detector
What is the role of the solvents in HP…
Mobile phase; and illutes analytes bound to solidphase
chromatography and neutralization
To prevent the solvent evaporating
Carbon/graphite does not dissolve in t…
The have defined marks in the vertical…
Use a comparison of something you know.
Why is there a lid on the container for chromatography?
Why use pencil for the start line in Chromatography?
How can you tell the different substances in Chromatography?
How can you tell what is in the tested substance
To prevent the solvent evaporating
Why is there a lid on the container for chromatography?
Carbon/graphite does not dissolve in t…
Why use pencil for the start line in Chromatography?
Paper Chromatography
What is paper chromatography used for?
Why does the paper chromatography tech…
What are paper chromatography often us…
What are paper chromatography based on?
It is widely used for the separation and identification of co…
It works because of differences in the polarity and solubilit…
They are often used for the initial screening of urine sample…
The differential partitioning of the samples (solutes) betwee…
What is paper chromatography used for?
It is widely used for the separation and identification of co…
Why does the paper chromatography tech…
It works because of differences in the polarity and solubilit…
Paper Chromatography
What is paper chromatography used for?
Why does the paper chromatography tech…
What are paper chromatography often us…
How does the solution in paper chromat…
It is widely used for the separation and identification of co…
It works because of differences in the polarity and solubilit…
They are often used for the initial screening of urine sample…
By capillary action.
What is paper chromatography used for?
It is widely used for the separation and identification of co…
Why does the paper chromatography tech…
It works because of differences in the polarity and solubilit…
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Forensics: Chromatography
This type of spectrophotometry always…
This can only be used on volatile subs…
The chromophore is the unit of the mol…
What type of material would you use an…
Infrared (IR) Spectrophotometry
Gas Chromatography
Ultraviolet (UV) Spectrophotometry
Substances that absorb from 7x(10^-7) - 1x(10^-5)
This type of spectrophotometry always…
Infrared (IR) Spectrophotometry
This can only be used on volatile subs…
Gas Chromatography
Chromatography
Chromatography can be used to...
You can use paper chromatography to...
Paper chromatography uses the fact tha…
1. Put spots of each mixture being tes…
Identify substances
Identify different substances in a mixture
Wash through wet filter paper at different rates
Pencil baseline on filter paper
Chromatography can be used to...
Identify substances
You can use paper chromatography to...
Identify different substances in a mixture
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Paper chromatography to Xylem
Paper chromatography
Taproot systems
Fibrous root systems
Vegetative reproduction
What method by which scientists separate pigment mixtures
The root system in which the primary root grow straight down…
In which the primary root remain small and slender secondary…
Plant reproduction that does not involve flowers seeds or fru…
Paper chromatography
What method by which scientists separate pigment mixtures
Taproot systems
The root system in which the primary root grow straight down…
66 terms
Grade 6 Science
Cast
Chromatography
Classification
Constant Variable
A moulded mass of plaster used to create footprints or tire t…
Separation of a mixture (usually ink) into its separate colou…
The arrangement of things into groups on the basis of a relat…
A variable which is kept the same or unchanging.
Cast
A moulded mass of plaster used to create footprints or tire t…
Chromatography
Separation of a mixture (usually ink) into its separate colou…
30 terms
Photosynthesis (and chromatography)
chromatography
Calculating Rf value
Photosynthesis overview
autotrophs
separates mixture; polar solvent interacts with polar mixture…
distance mixture travels divided by distance solvent travels…
CO2 + H2O+ LIGHT ENERGY = C6H1206+ 02
make their own food for energy (plants)
chromatography
separates mixture; polar solvent interacts with polar mixture…
Calculating Rf value
distance mixture travels divided by distance solvent travels…
forensic science
Flame tests
Chromatography
Colourimetry
Fingerprinting
A flame test is an analytic procedure used in chemistry to de…
Chromatography can be used to separate mixtures of coloured c…
In physical and analytical chemistry, colorimetry or colourim…
In a wider use of the term, fingerprints are the traces of an…
Flame tests
A flame test is an analytic procedure used in chemistry to de…
Chromatography
Chromatography can be used to separate mixtures of coloured c…
Physical Science 5th Grade Mixtures and Solutions
Mixture
Solution
Evaporation
Magnetism
A combination of two or more items.
A mixture in which one substance is dissolved in another
Used to separate salt from water.
Used to separate iron particles in a mixture.
Mixture
A combination of two or more items.
Solution
A mixture in which one substance is dissolved in another
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Forensics chromatography
Amelogenin gene
Amino acid
Buccal cells
Chromatography
a genetic locus found useful for determining gender
Building blocks of protein
cells derived from the inner cheek lining
A technique that is used to separate the components of a mixt…
Amelogenin gene
a genetic locus found useful for determining gender
Amino acid
Building blocks of protein
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Physical Science Vocabulary Review for EOC
Absolute Zero
Acceleration
Acid
Amplitude
The temperature at which no more energy can be removed from m…
The change that occurs in an object's speed or direction in a…
A substance that donates hydrogen ions. Any compound that pro…
The distance from the midpoint (rest position) to the maximum…
Absolute Zero
The temperature at which no more energy can be removed from m…
Acceleration
The change that occurs in an object's speed or direction in a…
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