Difference between revisions of "Absorption chromatography"

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[[Absorption chromatography]] :a [[Method]] of [[Separating]] and identifying the [[Components]] of a [[Complex]] [[Mixture]] by [[Differential]] [[Movement]] [[Through]] a two-[[Phase]] [[System]], in which the [[Movement]] is effected by a [[Flow]] of a [[Liquid]] or a [[Gas]] ([[Mobile]] [[Phase]]) which percolates [[Through]] an [[Adsorbent]] ([[Stationary]] [[Phase]]) or a [[Second]] [[Liquid]] [[Phase]].

Revision as of 15:34, 22 April 2007

Absorption chromatography :a Method of Separating and identifying the Components of a Complex Mixture by Differential Movement Through a two-Phase System, in which the Movement is effected by a Flow of a Liquid or a Gas (Mobile Phase) which percolates Through an Adsorbent (Stationary Phase) or a Second Liquid Phase.