Match the terms in the first list with the characteristics in the second list. 1. adsorption chromatography 2. partition chromatography 3. ion-exchange chromatography Kextraction [MLn]org[H ] n aq [Mn ]aq[HL]n org Mn(aq) nHL(org) MLn(org) nH(aq) 562 CHAPTER 22 Introduction to Analytical Separations 4. molecular exclusion chromatography 5. affinity chromatography A. Ions in mobile phase are attracted to counterions covalently attached to stationary phase. B. Solute in mobile phase is attracted to specific groups covalently attached to stationary phase. C. Solute equilibrates between mobile phase and surface of stationary phase. D. Solute equilibrates between mobile phase and film of liquid attached to stationary phase. E. Different-sized solutes penetrate voids in stationary phase to different extents. Largest solutes are eluted first.
WEEK 1 NOTES 8/22/16 – 8/26/16 Chapter 1: Matter and Measurement A. Chemistry- study of matter and how it changes; deals with the composition, structure, and reactions of matter a. Mass- the measure of the quantity of matter b. Weight- a result of the gravitational attraction between matter; a force but is often used interchangeably with “mass” c. Atoms- “building blocks” of matter d. Molecules- two or more atoms that have joined together e. Composition i. The kinds of atoms that matter contains ii. Can be at the macroscopic (can be seen and handled) or submicroscopic (atoms and molecules) level iii. Qualitative (what substances it is made of)