Intro:Chromatography - at different rates i Size exclusion...

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I. Chromatography: Used to separate mixtures of compounds, based on differing interactions between components of a mixture and some other compound. a. Stationary and Mobile phases: Mixture is placed at beginning (stationary) and the mobile phase moves the stationary phase forward, as it is absorbed
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Unformatted text preview: at different rates. i. Size exclusion: Travels through a column and fits/catches in porous particles. ii. Affinity: Some components attract, while others move onward. b. Examples i. Diatomic acid, rates, shellfish poisoning, memory loss ii. Pen and ink, Hitler diaries, forgery...
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