Paper Chromatography Separation Of Cations And Dyes
In size-exchange chromatography, your stationary phase is composed of beads.
If you wait even longer, this is what you'll see next. That means that it was pretty attracted to that pink solvent that was traveling along.
Chromatography involves taking some kind of mixture and using either solid or liquid to separate it out into its different parts.
There are many different kinds of chromatography, but they all rely on having a mobile phase and a stationary phase.
The next kind of chromatography that's almost identical to paper chromatography is known as thin-layer chromatography, or TLC for short.
We'll see that all the spots on this table are pretty much the same.
So let's try to lay this information out in a table.