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O. Why do we see bands separating in column chromatography?
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we see bands separating in column chromatography Because , In column chromatography, the solutes get adsorbed on the stationary phase, they get separated from each other depending on the degree to which they are adsorbed, . The component which is readily adsorbed are retained on the column and others move down the column to various distances forming distinct bands.
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