Liquid-liquid chromatography

Definition

noun

A type of chromatography in which both the stationary phase and the mobile phase are in liquid state


Supplement

Based on the physical state of the mobile phase, chromatography may be:

An example of liquid chromatography is the high performance liquid chromatography or HPLC.


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