Liquid chromatography is a technique used to separate mixtures of chemical compounds or biomolecules in solution based on differences in the compounds’ relative affinities for a liquid mobile phase and a solid (liquid-solid chromatography) or liquid (liquid-liquid chromatography) stationary phase held within a column.
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