Consider this scenario:
There are two phases A and B (e.g water on one side and oil on the other side).
Compared with the neat IL/water, the amount of water increased from 0.2 to about 0.24 ml in the IL phase. On the other side/hand, the amount of IL increased, from x to y in the water phase.
Can I use "on the other hand" here? I guess "No"
Can I use "on the other side"? Are there other alternatives for such cases? or maybe "from the other side"?