Ion Exchange Chromatography

In water analysis, quality control, and protein purification, ion exchange chromatography is usually used. Ion exchange chromatography is defined as the process of separating polar molecules and ions based on charge. This process may be used for any charged molecule like amino acids, large proteins, and small nucleotides.

There are different methods used in chromatography, and the term ‘ion exchange chromatography’ is applicable to the separation of analytes’ components for analytical applications.

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