Learn how to separate chemicals using column chromatography. By Angela Guerrero. . Created by Angela Guerrero.
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Useless video, clearly a video for grade 10 or 11 students. Column Chromatography had much more depth and complexity to it, and have every step explained + polarity would have been ideal. This is clearly not aimed for Med students. Lackluster !
The sand also acts as a bed support for the column bed, supporting whatever resin/gel is being used for purification. This is why she stresses making sure it winds up horizontal; a crooked bed support will cause a crooked column and give poor purification, which she demonstrated.
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