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REVIEW ON: FLASH COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY

Ramesh Dattatraya Bhusal*, Deepali Mahir Nahar, Prashant Bhimrao Dalvi

In previous days, Column chromatography was used for qualitative as well as quantitative analysis but Column chromatography is an extremely time consuming process. This leads to the development of novel preparative liquid chromatography in which mobile phase flows down by positive air pressure called as Flash chromatography. Flash Chromatography is a rapid form of preparative column chromatography. Flash chromatography, also known as medium pressure chromatography, was popularized several years ago by Clark Still of Columbia University, as an alternative to slow and often inefficient gravity-fed chromatography. It is a simple, fast and economical approach to preparative Liquid chromatography.

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