Separation by chromatography

In this lesson, we will describe the method of chromatography and why it's useful, and then interpret chromatograms.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Name the process by which a liquid turns into a gas.

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Q2.Name the process by which a gas turns into a liquid.

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Q3.True or false: The liquid with the higher boiling point will evaporate first during distillation

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Q4.Name the piece of the distillation apparatus in which the gas turns into a liquid.

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Q5.When a liquid is EVAPORATES, what happens to the MOVEMENT of the particles?

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Q6.When a liquid is CONDENSES, what happens to the ARRANGEMENT of the particles?

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Q7.Melting, freezing, evaporating and condensing are examples of chemical changes. True or false?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Name the process by which a liquid turns into a gas.

1/7

Q2.Name the process by which a gas turns into a liquid.

2/7

Q3.True or false: The liquid with the higher boiling point will evaporate first during distillation

3/7

Q4.Name the piece of the distillation apparatus in which the gas turns into a liquid.

4/7

Q5.When a liquid is EVAPORATES, what happens to the MOVEMENT of the particles?

5/7

Q6.When a liquid is CONDENSES, what happens to the ARRANGEMENT of the particles?

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Q7.Melting, freezing, evaporating and condensing are examples of chemical changes. True or false?

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Quiz:

Separation by chromatography

Welcome to your exit quiz. This quiz will test your understanding of the separation by chromatography, as well as previous knowledge from this topic.

Q1.Name the process by which a gas will turn into a liquid.

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Q2.Chromatography is used to:

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Q3.What must you always use when drawing the baseline during chromatography?

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Q4.True or false: When placing the filter paper in solvent during chromatography, the baseline needs to be below initial solvent level.

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Q5.A student separates a mixture of dyes using chromatography. How many dyes are in the mixture shown in the diagram?

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Q6.A student separates a mixture of dyes using chromatography. Which dyes are in the mixture shown in the diagram?

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Quiz:

Separation by chromatography

Welcome to your exit quiz. This quiz will test your understanding of the separation by chromatography, as well as previous knowledge from this topic.

Q1.Name the process by which a gas will turn into a liquid.

1/6

Q2.Chromatography is used to:

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Q3.What must you always use when drawing the baseline during chromatography?

3/6

Q4.True or false: When placing the filter paper in solvent during chromatography, the baseline needs to be below initial solvent level.

4/6

Q5.A student separates a mixture of dyes using chromatography. How many dyes are in the mixture shown in the diagram?

5/6

Q6.A student separates a mixture of dyes using chromatography. Which dyes are in the mixture shown in the diagram?

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Lesson summary: Separation by chromatography

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