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Gas-liquid chromatography



A form of column chromatography where the mobile phase is a gas whereas the stationary phase is a liquid, e.g. a liquid silicone material as small beads packed in a long column


This technique is usually applied in industrial settings and research in chemistry. It is not a common technique in biochemical processes because high molecular weight biomolecules, such as amino acids are easily denatured from heat during the process.

Abbreviation: GLC


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