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what is a condensation polymer?
any kind of polymers formed through a condensation reaction- where molecules join together losing small molecules such as water.
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what are some properties of polyesters?
strong fibres resistant to stretching, produce static electricity and burns easily.
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what methods are currently being used for being developed to produce single chiral isomers?
using enzymes as biological catalysts, chiral pool synthesis and use of transition element complexes
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what is the mobile phase in chromatography?
the phase that moves, it can be a liquid or a gas
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what is the stationary phase in chromatography?
this is fixed in place, it can be a solid or aliquid/solid suspended on a solid support.
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what is the stationary phase in thin layer chromatography?
silica gel supported on a plastic film
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what is the mobile phase in thin layer chromatography?
organic or aqueous solvent
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what is the stationary phase in gas chromatography?
high boiling point liquid on inert solid support
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what is the mobile phase in gas chromatography?
inert gas such a nitrogen
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what are some limitations of thin layer chromatography?
similar compounds often have similar RF values
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