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Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis

Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis
Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis
Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis
Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis
Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis
Animation - Chromatography & Gel Electrophoresis
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This is a simple Flash animation of how molecules can be separated by the processes of chromatography and electrophoresis. The animation allows the user to progress through a non-linear explanation of the processes.

Note - Flash animations do NOT work on Apple mobile hardware (iPhone, iPad, or iPod). This WILL run in any browser on any laptop or desktop computer that I have ever tried it on. If you aren't sure if it will work for you, download my FREE animation of Simple Protein Synthesis and try it out.

Use a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer) to open the file. You can then use CTRL+ or CTRL- to change the size.

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I use my animations with my freshman Living Environment (Biology) classes, projected onto a SmartBoard. Many teachers have also used my animations in computer labs, often writing worksheets to guide the students through the animation. I do not have any worksheets that I have written, but many can be found online with a Google search.
If you like the concept of an easy animation to show to your classes, check out more of my animations, available for a small price.

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