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what is chromatography? Its history,purpose in chemistry.

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    Google this, but I will give you some information to get started: Chromatography is an analytical technique used to separate compounds in a mixture from each other for identification purposes. It separates substances from each other based upon the analytes affinity for the stationary phase will in the mobile phase.

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