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    Column chromatogrpahy vs HPLC

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    What types of stationary phases used for column chromatography and HPLC? How these staionary phase work and what types of compounds can be separated using this? What are the difference in the stationary phases used for column chromatography and HPLC? Why are they difference and why do not use the materials in HPLC for making low pressure column?

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    The stationary phase for column chromatography is usually silica gel or alumina while that for HPLC is usually silica gel that is sometimes attached to long non-polar chains. ...

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    This solution compares stationary phase in column chromatography with HPLC.

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