Chromatography - The Science of Separation
Analytical chemists that wish to perform qualitative and quantitative analysis on samples are often faced with situations that require separation of the compound(s) of interest from the bulk sample. While some types of analysis do not require this separation, many do. There are several methods that can be employed to separate individual compounds from the bulk sample, including extraction, precipitation, and perhaps most often, chromatographic separation.
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