Characteristics of commonly used columns for biomolecules
Rheodyne's automated HPLC column selector
Chromatography has been a trusted friend to researchers for many years. The term "chromatography" originated with the method first described in 1906 by Mikhail Tswett, a Russian botanist/physical chemist, who separated colored chloroplast pigments in a calcium carbonate tube.1 Following a 25-year period of relative latency, the methodology achieved wide acceptance in the 1930s when R. Kuhn, E. Lederer, and A. Winterstein resolved xanthophyll...
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