Paper Chromatography
1)Name the scientist who introduced chromatographic technique?

2)What is the basic principle of paper chromatography?

3)Which one of the following is not an example for eluent in chromatography?

4)The process of removing analytes from the adsorbent by running a solvent is called

5)Mixtures of volatile liquids are commonly separated by a method called

6)Which one of the following is the most commonly used carrier gas in gas chromatography?

7)In the paper chromatographic separation of a mixture of red and blue inks, the distance travelled by red ink is 13.2cm and the distance travelled by the solvent is 15cm. What is the Rf value of red ink?

8)The orange coloured pigment present in the extract of spinach leaves is

9)In paper chromatography, which one of the following acts as the stationary phase?

10)The process of addition of a mixture to the chromatographic column is called