In gel electrophoresis where do the small pieces go ? :/
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The gel is made up of really large and branched molecules called polymers.
Gel electrophoresis is a technique used to separate mixtures like DNA and proteins.
yes but then were do the small molecules of dna moves to do the stay in the bottom ?
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. In gel electrophoresis, molecules with big charges are going to move faster. If a molecule charge is very small, the attraction is going to be small. This means the molecule is going to move slowly in the gel. If the molecule does not have a charge, it will not move.
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for further more: http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gel_electrophoresis
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They go to the bottom. Smaller pieces travel faster. Attraction to negative charge.
Remember they go thru "holes" so are able to fit thru them.