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#1 koraltptp


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 06:56 AM



I will perform column chromatography for separation of monomer from its stabiliser. I will collect liquid coming from column into 5-6 glass tubes. Some tubes will have pure monomer+solvent, some of them monomer+stabiliser+solvent. Since all the samples will be colourless, how can i know which samples are pure monomer+solvent and which samples still contain stabiliser ? 


I prefer easy, quick and cheap solution.

Since this is a home experiment, i don't want to spend money for equipments and expensive lab tools. E.g. TLC plates are expensive. 

Can ultraviolet light can help visualisation ?



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