DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

Introduction:

The goal of this experiment is to learn how to properly separate multiple components that are in a solution via the process of liquid chromatography. (that is, running the components through a non-polar matrix, while using a slightly polar solution, called the eluent, through, so that the polar molecules will be carried through the matrix faster than the non-polar molecules, which will bond to the matrix and thus be slowed.)

I hypothesize that by measuring the amount of eluent between the start and end of the first compound, and the start and end of the second compound, that we should be able to calculate the difference in separation between the mobile and stationary stages, and the resolution of the column used.

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.