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How to build a gas chromatograph and use it to separate the components of mixtures.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Jun 1966 (v.214#6) pg. 124

How to construct a gas chromatograph that measure one part in a million.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Sep 1967 (v.217#3) pg. 283

Various kinds of chromatography, especially the thin-layer method. Separation of pigments in a complex mixture with the varying migration rates and ultimate concentration zones of pigments revealed on paper strips, in a Tswett column or using Eastman Kodak Chromagram sheets.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Mar 1969 (v.220#3) pg. 124

Chromatograph simulator assists students in visualizing the mechanism of chromatographic analysis at the molecular level.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Feb 1972 (v.226#2) pg. 110

A look at a new form of ultrathin-layer chromatography developed by Roger Baker, Jr. Article includes tips on constructing a box for dusting silica-gel layer onto glass slides, the design and construction of the developing chamber and a jig for applying the sample to a slide.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Feb 1976 (v.234#2) pg. 128