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Silica Gel Columns: Chromatography is a technique in which components to be separated are determined between a mobile phase and a stationary phase. In such a system, various distributions based on selective adsorption give rise to separation. There are different types of chromatography, such as paperthin layer, or column chromatography, each with its own strengths and weaknesses.

Silica gel is an adsorbent commonly used by the chemists for column chromatography. These adsorbents are sold in different mesh sizes, indicated by a number on the bottle label: “silica gel 60” or “silica gel 230-400” is a couple of examples. This number refers to the mesh of the sieve used to size the silica, specifically, the number of holes in the mesh or sieve through which the crude silica particle mixture is passed in the manufacturing process. If there are more holes per unit area, those holes are smaller, thus only smaller silica particles are allowed to pass the sieve.

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Scope & Importance:

Column chromatography is separated into two categories, depending on how the solvent flows down the column. If the solvent is allowed to flow down the column by gravity, or percolation, it is called gravity column chromatography. If the solvent is forced down the column by positive air pressure, it is called flash chromatography, a "state of the art" method currently used in organic chemistry research laboratories the term "Flash chromatography" was coined by Professor W. Clark Still because it can be done in a flash.

 

Silica Gel Columns: Chromatography is a technique in which components to be separated are determined between a mobile phase and a stationary phase. In such a system, various distributions based on selective adsorption give rise to separation. There are different types of chromatography, such as paper, thin layer, or column chromatography, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. 
Silica gel is an adsorbent commonly used by the chemists for column chromatography. These adsorbents are sold in different mesh sizes, indicated by a number on the bottle label: “silica gel 60” or “silica gel 230-400” is a couple of examples. This number refers to the mesh of the sieve used to size the silica, specifically, the number of holes in the mesh or sieve through which the crude silica particle mixture is passed in the manufacturing process. If there are more holes per unit area, those holes are smaller, thus only smaller silica particles are allowed to pass the sieve. The larger the mesh size, the smaller the adsorbent particles are.
Adsorbent particle size affects the way the solvent flows through the column. Smaller particles (higher mesh values) are used for flash chromatography; larger particles (lower mesh values) are used for gravity chromatography. 

Market Analysis:

The global market for chromatography reagents will grow from $8.3 billion in 2014 to nearly $11 billion by 2019 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2% between 2014 and 2019.

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Societies and Associations:

  • Association of Size-Exclusion HPLC
  • The Chromatographic Society
  • The International Association for the Advancement of High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography
  • Chromatographic Society of India List of Symposium and workshop
  • 30th International Symposium on Chromatography - Communicating Separation Science for the Future, September 14-18, 2014
  • Chromatography In Process Development & Production In Stuttgart, February/March 2014
  • Chemistry workshop-Chromatography techniques and its application
  • The 4th Multidimensional Chromatography Workshop
  • Triangle Chromatography workshop
  • Workshop on Chromatographic techniques Activity by Damodar Prabhu | added on Jan 22, 2011 | India

Companies:

  • Amersham
  • GE’s DeCyder
  • Thermo Electron (San Jose, CA)
  • Hypersil GOLD columns
  • Waters’ (Bedford, MA)
  • Agilent Technologies
  • Angelo DePalma
  • Shimadzu

 

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