Chromatography is a versatile technique used to separate mixtures. It exploits the differences in the behavior of substances between mobile phase (solvent or eluent) and a stationary phase (substrate) in order to separatea mixture. The stationary phase may interact with the substances in the mixture based on charge, relative solubility, or adsorption. The mobile phase carries each substance along at a rate that depends on the attraction of the substance to the stationary phase. If the interactions of the substrate and solvent are significantly different, then the components of the mixture will separate, thus completing chromatography.
To seperate the components of Kool-Aid with chromatography.