I need help creating a thesis and an outline on Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Separate equilibrations of the sample between the stationary and mobile phases occur in these layers. The analyte moves down the column by transfer of equilibrated mobile phase from one ‘plate’ to the next.There is a more convincing theory, ‘the rate theory.’ This theory depends on the speed of elution and thus speeds of diffusion of the dissolved particles. The analysis and application of this theory lead to the Van Deemter equation. This equation relates the variance per unit length of a separation column to the linear mobile phase velocity by considering several factors. They are physical, kinetic, and thermodynamic properties of a separation. The physical factors are such as.It (chromatography) is thus seen to exploit the differences in partitioning behavior between a mobile phase and a stationary phase to separate the components in a mixture. These components contained within a mixture may interact with the stationary phase based on charge, differing solubility or adsorption capability. Several terminologies are associated with the process of chromatography.The purpose of purifying proteins with FPLC is to deliver quantities of the target protein at sufficient purity. This is done in a way that ensures the protein is in a biologically active state to suit its further use. Furthermore, this can mean pure enough that the biological activity of the target is retained. This high level of purity requires preliminary preparation of the sample. This is mostly by IEC. In most FPLC systems, there are two solvents/ buffers (A, B). There is also a resin that is chosen so that the protein of interest will bind to it by a charge interaction. When the sample and mix of buffer (100% A) and protein are introduced, the protein will bind to the resin first leaving the aqueous state insolvent A. It will then dissociate and redissolve in solvent B.