Chromatography

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Separation of mixtures of compounds based on physicochemical properties. Liquid chromatography and gas chromatography are used to separate petroleum compounds by retention time based on their tendency to partition between a mobile and stationary phase during movement through a chromatographic column.[1]


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  1. Peters, Kenneth E., David J. Curry, and Marek Kacewicz, 2012, An overview of basin and petroleum system modeling: Definitions and concepts, in Peters, Kenneth E., David J. Curry, and Marek Kacewicz, eds., Basin modeling: New horizons in research and applications: AAPG Hedberg Series no. 4, p. 1-16.