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Gas chromatography

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Definition

noun

A type of chromatography in which the stationary phase is solid or a liquid whereas the mobile phase is a gas (such as Helium).


Supplement

Gas chromatography is an example of column chromatography. The gaseous components are separated from one another according to their adsorption ability to the solid phase.


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