Phials for chromatography. Organic chemist prepares liquids for chromatography. He is placing a thin glass pipette into a phial containing a liquid solution. Many such phials can be seen on the table. Behind the chemist is a drawing of the structure of an organic molecule. The liquid in these phials will undergo chromatography in order to separate out the component parts of the solution, and to analyse the structure of various molecules.
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