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The inlet tube is made by drawing out a 6 mm glass tube into a capillary that is 1-2 mm across and 10-20 cm long. A wad of cotton is placed in the wide part of the tube. The capillary end is then heated in a References pp. 69, 70 52 M E T H O D O L O G Y O F SPOT T E S T A N A L Y S I S ^Rubber stopper Ύ*- Clamp -Purified cotton wool Fig. 21. Fig. 22. Fig. 21. Apparatus for treating filter paper with gases or vapors Fig. 22. 5 mm and about 10 cm in length. Figure 22 shows the entire arrangement.
There is no need, here, to go into the discussion of such separation methods because the only manipulation necessary is the addition of the corresponding reagent to bring about the requisite reaction conditions. (e) Chromatographie separation One of the most useful methods of analytical separation is chromatography. It is employed if a solution contains various substances which are adsorbable on a given adsorbent. For separation purposes, the solution is allowed to trickle through an adsorption column where it forms a succession of bands.