Lampunaya leaf extract as an acid base indicator 3832 words | 16 pages through the use of indicators an indicator is a substance that changes color, depending on whether it is placed in an acidic solution or basic solution one indicator that almost everyone associates with acids and bases is the litmus.
In our study, the researchers used a lampunaya leaf that also contains anthocyanins with the knowledge of this, we decided to come up with a study about lampunaya leaf extract as an acid-base indicator there are three reasons why we conducted this study: first, we want to discover new things we would. Testing the extract for the acidity and basicity of some common household substances collect common household substances that are said to be basic and acidic to examine whether the papaya leaf extract can be used as an acid-base indicator place each of the collected household substances to a spotplate and label.
Abstract this research was conducted to test the feasibility of cassava (manihot esculenta) leaf extracts as acid-base indicator there is a growing need to utilize indigenous resources as materials in the laboratory the results of this study can be a basis for use of cassava, a locally available plant in the.
Pigments also have acid-base properties, and will change colors when exposed to different ph solutions anthocyanin pigments generally show this behavior in several attempts, the red cabbage, sugar beets and other vegetables had been used as ph indicator in class activities and showed positive results the blood leaf.
Methanolic extracts were used as an indicator in different strong acid-strong base (hcl and naoh), strong acid- the leaves are alternate, simple, ovate, acuminate and 4-13 cm long the actual flower of the plant is small and commonly white, but each cluster of three flowers is surrounded by three or six.