Silver Ion Chromatography

Silver ion chromatography is a type of ion chromatography in which it involves the separation of lipids. There are mainly two types of techniques that this type of lipid chemistry follows: thin layer and column chromatography. It is a common thing used in the weight loss industry and even today, some scientists are trying to figure out how to incorporate this within other industries so they can fully conduct experiments and learn the basis of why and how things happen and what makes them cause health-related problems.

In today's time, this form of chemistry is used mainly to study about the fatty acids that one may have or even produce in their own bodies. Most weight loss companies actually base their weight loss products on this because the main worry in everyone these days are usually associated with breaking down fat in one or more parts of their bodies. It's also known to separate cholesterol and the separation itself tends to be common in most laboratories as they try to determine what may cause someone's body to start storing excess fat, and also why it may be hard for someone to lose weight.  Just recently it was figured out that a person who doesn't eat will have a chance in gaining fat than a person who eats all the time.

These sampling separations are actually classified and studied depending on their double bonds, triacylglycerols, and even by the shape that they may appear to be in. There happens to be some that are classified based on if they are considered to be healthy fat or unhealthy fat for the person. Silver ion chromatography has over the years helped with a lot of studies that are now even helpful facts such as high cholesterol being linked to a few health diseases that could occur.

 

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