With the advent of automated gradient flash chromatography, this technique is now mainstream in synthesis labs. No longer are chemists relegated to isocratic elution on glass columns with manual fraction collection. All you need to do is run a TLC plate or two, enter data into the flash system’s software, and a gradient is tailored to your sample. But there are still a number of factors to take into consideration when creating your elution gradient.
Learn how in this blog-post on The Flash Purification Blog »
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