Displacement chromatography

A chromatographic process in which the sample is placed onto the head of the column and is then displaced by a compound that is more strongly sorbed than the compounds of the original mixture. Sample molecules are displaced by each other and by the more strongly sorbed compound. The result is that the eluting sample solute zones may be sharpened. Displacement techniques have been used mainly in preparative EPLC applications.

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