We love to see Chromatography written about all over the place. So whenever something good is brought to our attention, we want to pass it along to you.
This is from Biochemistry Practicals:
In this practical the lipids present in egg yolk were separated through absorption chromatography using a TLC plate. The concept is similar to paper chromatography, a plate containing a thin hydrophilic layer called a matrix is used, and a non polar solvent is allowed to move up the plate through capillary action. Thus more polar lipids will move more slowly than non polar lipids.
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