Chromatography separates molecules using molecular structure and behavior in a mobile phase. Chromatography separates materials (including DNA, chlorophyll and pen inks) because of differences in molecule polarity, size, bonds and shapes. Molecules in solvents travel and deposit at different rates.
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This announcement from the German government provoked a number of new questions about Navalny's poisoning — "Meduza" answers some of Traces of the poison were found through tests conducted at a toxicology lab run by Germany's armed forces (the Bundeswehr), at the request of...
Principle of Quality control instruments in Pharma lab. In pharmaceutical industry multiple number of instruments are used. In this article, we are going to explain the Principles of Quality Control instruments in the pharma lab. In the pharma industry number of instruments are used to produce, analyze, and pack the drug product.
Required practical 7: Use of chromatography to investigate the pigments isolated from leaves of different plants, eg, leaves from shade-tolerant and shade-intolerant plants or leaves of different colours.
Wear PPE (i.e. closed in shoes, lab coat, safety glasses, nitrile gloves) Place the container (bucket) in a spill tray in a fume cupboard. To the solution containing manganese and glycerol waste, add dilute (e.g. 1-2M) sulfuric acid so that the pH is below 3.
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