Microscale – Column chromatography (CC)

Written by J.A Dobado | Last Updated on April 22, 2024

The purification of a substance by microscale column chromatography (CC) can be performed in two ways. Either by using a column adapted to the amount of substance to be purified, or by means of a Pasteur pipette prepared for this purpose with a silica gel or alumina packing.

Microscale: Column chromatography (CC)


Kontes-Williamson equipment has microscale column chromatography (CC), specially designed for the separation of small sample quantities. However, any column of the appropriate size for the amounts of substance to be separated can also be used.


Microscale: Column chromatography (CC)


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