The continuous chromatographic separation technique achieves separation based on that different materials have different partition coefficients in the system consisting of the stationary phase and moving phase and exhibiting different periods of retention time when using the moving phase for elution. The conventional chromatographic separation technique uses a fixed chromatography tower. First a certain amount of materials are input, and then the eluent are used continuously for elution. Different product components can be received from the same outlet at different times, which is time-consuming. After making analysis and improvements, we make stationary-phase resin into a continuous flowing system, and employ the different velocity of relative movement between the material and the stationary phase to realize separation.
glycine, methionine, etc.
fructose, Maya sugar, trehalose, oligosaccharides, etc.
Glycine, methionine, etc.