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Hplc Mobile Phase: Requirement and precautions.

In High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method, the mobile phase is of prime importance. It is the component which takes the actual process of separation under the influence of pressure over the stationary phase. The HPLC mobile phase is a bit of concern in comparison to mobile phase of other chromatography techniques due to the following reasons. ♠ […]

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Conservation of Plants | Tips to Save Nature For future

conservation of plants

Conservation of plants refers to preservation, repair or restoration of plant population on the earth. Plants are easily destroyed by strong wind currents, due to improper nutrition from soil and also heavy pollution. They generally have tendency for long life but due to above factors, their life span is drastically reduced. Besides these natural interruption […]

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Difference between Adsorption and Partition Chromatography

Chromatography is a highly efficient analytical technique which primarily relies on the separation of components. This separation over a stationary phase happens under the influence of the mobile phase on the components. But this separation on the stationary phase occurs by two physical methods like adsorption or partition. Hence the term adsorption chromatography and partition […]

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Pharmacology Research | Its scope & requirements

The pharmacology research seems to be very promising as the area to explore for new drugs remains wide. Also there is ever rise in the need for better drugs and modes of treatment for various diseases and disorders. It is also an area where there is provision of sufficient funds and grants for research costs from the […]

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Negative blood group | Facts and Problems

Negative blood group is one where the red blood cells lack Rhesus antigen on their surfaces. As we know, there are of 4 types of blood groups broadly like A, B, AB & O group in humans. These are classified based on the presence of respective antigens on the RBC surface. Similarly, there is one […]

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