A chemistry lab technique; a type of column chromatography, used to separate the components of a mixed substance. The substance is held stationary by an inert solid coated with an inert liquid which is not likely to evaporate (i.e. is nonvolatile), while a gas (called an eluant) flows past it bringing out the components one at a time.
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