The possibilities of extraction-chromatographic separation of137mBa from137Cs in genetic succession were studied, using columns filled with support beads loaded with the extractant H+[)–(3)–1,2–B9C2H11]2Co–, further referred to as dicarbolide-H+, in nitrobenzene. The dependence of the amount of separable activities on experimental conditions was established. Optimal conditions were selected for the separation process. The effects of isotopic and nonisotopic carriers of137mBa on the separation and the degree on saturation of extraction-chromatographic column with Ba2+ ions were evaluated. The effects of acidity of the elution solutions, of flow-through velocity, the amount of elution solution and the quality of carrier beads on the separation process were assessed. The extraction-chromatographic yield was calculated and the number of possible repeated elution cycles for137mBa with saline and some other eluents was determined.