iFOCUS Science Colloquium Lecture Series
Who Done It? How Chemical Separations Can Solve Perplexing Problems
54 minutes 28 seconds
Analytical Chemistry | Chemistry | Medicinal-Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Liquid chromatography is a technique used to separate chemicals from each other. It is the most common analytical technique in use today, with applications in forensics, environmental, pharmaceutical, and general chemical laboratories. This lecture describes the technique and presents some practical examples of how it can be used to solve real-world problems.
Dolan, John, "Who Done It? How Chemical Separations Can Solve Perplexing Problems" (2016). iFOCUS Science Colloquium Lecture Series. Video File. Submission 12.
Sponsored by the Hearst Foundations and the Linfield College Physics Department.