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Chromatography - Column Chromatography Basics
now, we have discussed about plane chromatography technique. Now, coming to column chromatography. The five major types of column chromatography are as: 1. Adsorption
chromatography  in which the components of mixture are selectively adsorbed on
the su...

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Chromatography - Thin Layer Chromatography
discussed in earlier post , there are two types of plane chromatography. We
have discussed Paper Chromatography in details in the earlier post. In this post, we are going
to discuss about Thin Layer Chromatography .  Thin Layer Chromatography, abbreviate...

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Chromatography - Paper Chromatography
have seen in our previous post that any chromatographic technique consists of
a stationary phase and a mobile phase. In the case of paper chromatography,
which is one of the type of plane chromatography, paper acts as a stationary
phase while the mobile ...

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Chromatography - Principles
Introduction: What is chromatography? Chromatography is a technique of separating or analyzing
complex mixtures. Now, the question asked is, what is so special about
chromatography?  Well, chromatography can
separate the components from the mixture with acu...

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Crop Production and Management (Part II)
In the previous post, we have discussed about crop and its types. In this post, we will have a look at the different agricultural practices.  There are several practices that needs to be taken care of
while cultivating a crop. These activities are referred ...

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Crop Production and Management (Part I)
We will divide the topic in three different sections for a
better understanding as: ·          Crop and its types ·           Agricultural practices ·          Protection, Harvest and Storage In this post, we will discuss about crop and its types. Crop and ...

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Spectrophotometry - Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry
Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) is similar to flame photometry with the difference that it measures the absorption of a beam of monochromatic light by the atoms in the
flame. This technique was first introduced by Alan Walsh in Australia in 1954. We wi...

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Spectrophotometry - Flame Photometry
Flame spectrophotometry is a technique in which the
intensity of the radiations emitted by a chemical into the flame is
determined.  This basic concept of working of flame spectrometer is that, a flame,
through its heat, can raise the atoms from a lower ene...

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Spectrophotometry - Luminometry
Till now, we have seen various posts on UV-visible
spectrophotometry, IR-spectrophotometry and spectrofluorimetry. Now, we will
have a look at the next type of spectrophotometry which is luminometry.  As the name suggests, this type of spectrophotometry is
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