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Column Chromatography - an important tool in standardization of herbal medical product: A review

Jitendra Bajaj , Bhaskar Kumar Gupta ,

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Chromatography is a method of separation of a sample into its components. The mixture is dissolved in a fluid solvent gas or liquid called the mobile phase, which carries it through a system a column, a capillary tube, a plate, or a sheet on which a material called the stationary phase is fixed. Chromatography techniques like Column Chromatography, hplc, gas chromatography, paper chromatography, tlc, etc. The study signifies the appliance of chromatography at various stages of drug discovery and development.


Chormatrography, Column chromatography, Separation, Standardization, Elutropic Series, Elution



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