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What Happens In Paper Chromatography?

What happens in Paper Chromatography? - Let us see the principle of paper chromatography, How does Paper Chromatography works. Principle of paper chromatography is given below.

  1. Paper chromatography is used to separate coloured chemicals.
  2. Paper chromatography is used to separate organic as well as inorganic compounds.
  3. Mobile phase and stationary phase are present in paper chromatography.
  4. Solid or liquid supported on solid is stationary phase.
  5. Mobile phase may be liquid or a gas.
  6. The mobile phase flows on the stationary phase and carries the component mixture with it.
  7. Different components travel at different rates.
  8. Rf value is calculated and the given unknown component is identified.
  9. Paper chromatography is useful in Biochemicals, Determination of hormones, Drugs etc.

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Examples of Acids are:

  1. Hydrochloric Acid
  2. Nitric Acid
  3. Sulfuric Acid
  4. Oxalic Acid
  5. Hydrophosphoric Acid
  6. Nitrous Acid
  7. Chloric Acid
  8. Bromic Acid
  9. Fluoric Acid
  10. Chromic Acid etc...........

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