What is difference between silica used in
TLC and HPLC column
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Answer / sanjay
MAjor difference in Purity and Particle size of Silica in
TLC and HPLC
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Answer / durga malleswar
the difference in tlc the stationary phase is polar funtioned silica and in hplc we use stationary phase with non polar functioned silica only the difference is the functional groups of the silica changed
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Answer / vijaya kumar thota
Tlc is called thin layer chromatography. The simple technique works on the principle of adsorption, where as HPLC is a sophisticated technique works on partition principle.
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Answer / mabood alam
thin layer cromatigrophy and high coloum cromatigrophy used
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