argentation chromatography
Modified form of standard thin layer chromatography in which the solid phase includes silver salts. Used for lipid analysis.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • argentation chromatography — noun A form of thin layer chromatography in which a stationary phase consisting of silica coated with silver nitrate is used to separate cis and trans fatty acid derivatives …   Wiktionary

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