Chromatography&Separation

Chromatography & Separation Techniques

Paper Chromatography-Rf Value

Paper chromatography is a scientific system strategy for splitting and recognizing mixtures that are or could be colored, specifically colors. This can in addition be utilized as a part of auxiliary or essential shades in ink tests. Read more…

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Posted by Jacee - 01/02/2013 at 02:02

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Separation of Charcoal using Chromatography

Charcoal has been utilized modernly for the refinement of sugars for numerous years. In 1932, Hyashi2 reported that charcoal, blended in a watery cH3)2CO- acidic harsh corrosive explanation of glucose furthermore sucrose, altogether adsorbed the sucrose Read more…

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Posted by Jacee - 16/01/2013 at 02:41

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Botanicals and Nutraceuticals

The substances that are mainly extracts from plants, raw materials that are treated to obtain in the form of food supplements. Therefore, they are commonly known and simply named as “botanicals”
Nutraceuticals are food Read more…

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Posted by sandy - 28/11/2012 at 01:31

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Carbon Nanotubes

Separation of little and minute quantity of mixtures will give more attention due to its uses in analysis of biochemicals. Different methods and tools were used for separation which will give miniaturizing instruments and these methods and tools are incompatible. Read more…

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Posted by sandy - 16/11/2012 at 02:11

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Single Carbon Nanotube: Separation and Liquid Chromatography

Development in Science leads to development of new techniques which leads to new discoveries. Separation of minute quantities of liquid mixtures has attracted much attention due to its applications in analysis of hazardous, rare, and bio chemicals. Read more…

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Posted by sandy - 06/09/2012 at 03:17

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