Structural Biochemistry/Chromatography

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Chromatography is a laboratory technique used for separation of mixtures. It is called chromatography because it was used for separation of plant pigments for the first time and resulted in separation of colors. It consists of a column with the stationary phase, that is immobile, and a mobile phase that passes through the stationary phase. This will result in separation of different chemicals present in the mixture. The moving phase may be

Several types of chromatography include: