Briefly introduce what flash chromatography is and its purpose in scientific research. Explain the key principles of flash chromatography, including the differences between normal phase and reverse phase chromatography. Discuss the equipment required for flash chromatography and the different types of media that can be used. Provide examples of when flash chromatography is commonly used in scientific research, such as in drug discovery or natural product isolation. Discuss the advantages and limitations of flash chromatography compared to other chromatography techniques. Highlight any novel or innovative applications of flash chromatography that you may have explored in your research. Conclude with a summary of the key takeaways from your presentation, including any practical tips or advice for those looking to use flash chromatography in their own work.