paper chromatography

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Noun1.paper chromatography - chromatography that uses selective adsorption on a strip of paper
chromatography - a process used for separating mixtures by virtue of differences in absorbency
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Fingerprints were collected on 2- x 2-cm squares of Whatman 1-Chr-grade chromatography paper, with a single fingerprint collected per sample.
All of the materials necessary for the four experiments that are planned were already on the station, with the exception of chromatography paper that Arnold will bring up when he travels to the station, she added.
Triangles of chromatography paper were treated with 1-[3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyl]urea to create an anion capture layer.
They used chromatography paper to take the sample as part of a technique known as paper spray mass spectrometry.
Solutions were then spotted in predetermined amounts via adjustable micropipette onto porous Teflon well slides (Prosolia Inc., Indianapolis, IN, USA) for DESI analysis or Whatman chromatography paper (Fisher Scientific, Inc., Hampton, NH, USA) for PSI analysis according to the relationship that 1 [micro]L of deposited standard solution contains a known mass of analyte in nanograms proportional to the concentration prepared.
As part of the experiment students were required to apply the various samples of dye to a strip of chromatography paper.