Test Review. 3.1 Classification / Separation of Matter 3.2 States and Properties of Matter. ANSWER KEY. 1. A mixture of sand and salt are most easily separated due to differences in their ___. . A) densities B) boiling points C) solubility D) magnetic properties E) mass.By chyna
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Chromatography. Chapter 4. Best Broken into four categories. Theoretical Background. Gas Chromatography. HPLC. Quantitation, Calibration, Standardisation and Validation. Theory. Review of Partitioning
Chromatography. Intro – basic terminology – types Partition and Adsorption C Ion-Exchange C Gel Filtration (aka Exclusion or Molecular Sieve) C Affinity C Extremely varied and widely used methodology for separation and analysis Based on early expts of Tsvet (1903-6) on plant pigments
Chromatography. Pn. Suryati Bt. Syafri 2008. LEARNING OUTCOME. After studying this topic student should be able to : Define chromatography Explain classification of chromatography technique Explain type of phase in chromatography
Gas. Liquid. GSC. GLC. LSC. LLC. IEC. GPC. AC. Chromatography. Gas Chromatography. Mobile phase ： gas (usually He, N 2 , H 2 ) Stationary phase ： non-volatile liquid or solid particles Analytes for GC Have a significant vapor pressure Thermal stable
Chem 347 Fall 2010Prof. Rob Ronald. Chromatography is a technique that employs the partitioning of a solute between a stationary phase (solid, or sometimes liquid), and a mobile phase (liquid, or gas). Chromatography was discovered by Michael Tswett in the first part of the 20th century; his f
Chromatography. Chem 2411L Dr. Clower. Chromatography. Separation of components of a mixture Stationary phase Solid Liquid coated on solid Mobile phase (flow over stationary phase) Liquid Vapor Components distribute over phases based on affinity for either phase.
CHROMATOGRAPHY. CHROMATOGRAPHY This method is used for separation of mixtures of compounds between two phases: Stationary ( solid or liquid located on neutral medium) Mobile ( liquid or gas)