What is elution, eluent & eluate?

Definitions of elution, eluent & eluate? The removal of adsorbed species from a porous bed or chromatographic column by means of a stream of liquid or gas is called elution. The liquid used to extract one material from another in chromatography is called eluent. The product which emerges from the column that is eluent and whatever component of the test sample ...

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What is Stationary phase and Mobile phase?

What is Stationary phase and Mobile phase? The phase which remains fixed by a support or does not move by the incoming mobile phase is called stationary phase. The mixture of solvent which moves through the paper or silica gel (The substance present as inert support such as silica gel or paper) to separate the sample into its components (The ...

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DEFINITION & HISTORY OF CHROMATOGRAPHY

 DEFINITION & HISTORY OF CHROMATOGRAPHY   Chromatography is a modem technique used for the examination and separation of mixture of chemical substances. It facilitates the purification, isolation and comparison of compounds. It may be employed with all kinds of volatile and soluble substances, organic and inorganic, polar and non polar, and it may he adopted to use with various quantities ...

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What is Chromatography

  DEFINITION OF CHROMATOGRAPHY Chromatography is a modem technique used for the examination and separation of mixture of chemical substances. It facilitates the purification, isolation and comparison of compounds. It may be employed with all kinds of volatile and soluble substances, organic and inorganic, polar and non polar, and it may he adopted to use with various quantities under many ...

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