What Is Chromatography Used for Today?

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Chromatography is a process used separate mixtures pharmaceutically in order to be able to identify, analyze, quantify and purify the compounds. In the medical world it is used to isolate penicillin and other antibiotics. From 1872 to 1919, the first chromatograph was invented by Russian botanist who was working in Poland.
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chromatography is very important in chemistry,it is used to analyse unknown compounds to determine there structure and much other information,it is also possible to use chromatography
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