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Answers about Chromatography

Gas-liquid chromatography is also called vapor-phase chromatography because it involves the separation of components of a sample based on their volatility in th

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Chromatography

What is function of butanol in paper chromatography?

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Butanol is used as a solvent in paper chromatography because it can dissolve a wide range of compounds. It helps to carry the sample and allow it to migrate up

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How high-performace liquid chromatography works?

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High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) works by pumping a liquid sample through a column packed with tiny particles. These particles have different affin

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Eluotropic series mean in relation to chromatography?

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The eluotropic series in chromatography refers to a list of solvents ranked based on their ability to elute (separate) components of a mixture from the stationa

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How is chromatography a analytical tool?

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Chromatography is an analytical tool used to separate and analyze complex mixtures. It works based on the principle that different components in a mixture will

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Would you expect the Rf value of a pigment to be the same if a different solvent were used Explain?

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The Rf value would not be the same for every solvent as there are factors that allow each solvent to be unique. The attractive force, particle size and https://www.cucumber7.com/ solubili

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How does a kidney remove wastes and keep fluids and salts in balance?

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can you explain how the kidneys remove wastes and keep fluids and salts in balance?

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