1st Edition

Advances in Chromatography
Volume 40

Edited By

Phyllis R. Brown

ISBN 9780824700188
Published February 9, 2000 by CRC Press
672 Pages

USD $290.00

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Book Description

"Volume 40 presents an authoritative selection of the best and most up-to-date research findings in separation science. Surveys recent developments in high performance-liquid (HPLC), reversed-phase liquid (RPLC), countercurrent (CCC), and micellar electrokinetic chromatography (MEKC)."

Table of Contents

Fundamental interpretation of the peak profiles in linear reversed-phase liquid chromatography; dispersion in micellar chromatography; in search of chromatographic model for biopartitioning; advances in physicochemical measurements using inverse gas chromatography; fundamental aspects of aerosol-based light scattering detectors for separations; new developments in liquid chromatographic stationary phases; non silica-based supports in liquid chromatography of bioactive compounds; overview of the surface modification techniques for the capillary electrophoresis of proteins; continuous bed for conventional column and capillary column chromatography; countercurrent chromatography - fundmentally a preparative tool; analysis of oligonucleotides by ESI-MS; determination of herbicides in water using HPLC-MS techniques; the effect of adsorption phenomena on retention values in capillary gas-liquid chromatography.

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"Reviewer praise for previous volumes in the series. . . . . .the articles are of high scientific standard, up to date, very well written, and interesting to read. "
---Journal of Chromatography
". . .a valuable contribution to the chromatography literature. . .belongs in every library used by chromatographers."
---Liquid Chromatography
"The contributors are well known for their expertise in their chosen areas. . ..thoroughly recommend[ed]. . .as very worthwhile additions to anyone's personal library of books on separation science."
". . .maintains the high quality that chromatographers have come to expect from this valuable series."
---Journal of Pharmaceutical Science