By studying the extraction of samples, we can create arbitrary colors to make dishes such as jelly, sticky rice or jam …
Life is always full of the colors of plants and the natural world around them. How boring and gloomy things would be without them. Therefore, people always spend a lot of time and effort to learn about colors as well as creative ways and uses.
The work of learning about colors is applied in practice a lot. As in the manufacture of color, it is entirely possible to create colors from nature without the use of inoculants or chemicals. Thus, we can use the materials available at home such as wine, vegetables to prepare any color for making jelly, sticky rice …
Let’s find out through the extraction experiment below!
Nature is more magical than you think and this is a way to help you prepare any color from surrounding plants
As can be seen in the experiment, the extraction of colored products consisted of simple devices such as specimens (green vegetables, hollyhocks, carrots, purple cabbage), distilled water, alcohol or alcohol to observe the different when using different types of water.
After about 20-30 minutes, the small bottles of alcohol will have a darker color than the tubes containing distilled water, indicating a stronger pigment solubility in the alcohol. The reason why the test tubes melted is different colors because chlorophyll makes leaves green and carotenoids in flowers, leaves, tubers, and fruits make the other tubes yellow, purple and orange.
Besides, it can be seen that the solubility in alcohol is stronger than in water because chlorophyll and carotenoids are organic so they only dissolve in organic solvents (non-polar solvents), and it is insoluble in water because of water. polarized.
Thanks to the practicality of the sample extraction, you can use existing materials at home such as wine, vegetables to prepare any color for making jelly, sticky rice, jam …
To observe the extraction experiment, we need to use objects such as natural chemicals (water, alcohol or alcohol) and colorful samples.
Specimens are chopped into a test tube
The color of the test tube has a different density because chlorophyll and carotenoids in the sample are organic solvents, so they dissolve more in alcohol than in distilled water.
By studying the extraction of specimens, we can create arbitrary colors to make jelly, sticky rice or jam …