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When the elution mode is used this consists of a plot of the concentration or mass proRle of the sample components as a function of the Sow of the mobile phase or as a function of time. Typically the y-axis will be detector response and the x-axis time or volume of mobile phase in column chromatography or migration distance in planar chromatography. The position of each peak in the chromatogram is characteristic of the identity of the compound and the area under the peak is a function of the concentration or amount of each compound.
Continuous zonal rotors Zonal rotors are often used for smaller scale, semi-batch separations. Operation is similar to that previously described for batch separation only a larger diameter core with a different Sow pattern is inserted as illustrated in Figure 15. Continuous-feed separations in zonal centrifuges are best suited for low concentration, high volume samples. g. viruses that may lose their activity) or if simultaneous isolation of two or more materials is desired. Applications include puriRcation of viruses from tissue-culture media, harvesting bacteria, or separating Rne clay particles in water pollution studies.
At the end of the separation the displacer must be stripped from the column if the column is to be reused. Displacement chromatography is used mainly in preparative and process chromatography, where high throughputs of pure compounds can be obtained (note that the contact boundary between zones may not be discrete and the collection of pure compounds may be restricted to the central region of the displaced zones). In elution chromatography the sample is applied to the column as a discrete band and sample components are successively eluted from the column diluted by mobile phase.