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Techniques: Flash Column Chromatography

Wondering How To Run A Column Properly?

Here’s a demonstration by Dr Kirsop on how to run a column. No laughing at his safety specs steaming up! Or indeed when he gets tangled up in the elastic. Didn’t bat an eyelid – what a pro!

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About Dr Peter Kirsop

Greetings! This is the University of Edinburgh School of Chemistry's first website for undergraduate labs. It's intended to be a place where students can find help with technical problems in the lab, and there will be lots to help with revision. But not only that, we want you to gain experience in writing for the web which is why you, the undergraduate (and postgraduate) students are very welcome to join in. Lindsey Robinson, a PhD student explains why it's a great skill to have in her article "Why You Should Write For A Science Blog", so do take a look. We're gradually building up more articles and already have some by our undergraduates who took part in ILW 2013. If you want to get involved, just drop a line to either myself, or the Editor, Dr Allison Kirsop. Contact details are on the 'About KLabs and Staff Contacts' menu tab.

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