Chromatography Theory


Chromatography theory consists of empirical relationships to describe chromatographic columns and the separation of peaks in chromatograms. The underlying principle that controls chromatographic separations is a dynamic behavior that depends upon partitioning and mass transport.

Description of Chromatograms

Description of chromatographic columns

Further Information

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