Considers three fundamental aspects of molecular interactions important in chromatography, taking care not to duplicate information readily available in other references. Surveys the basic factors involved in complex formation, which governs the retention mechanism and selectivity in either donor or
Table of Contents
1. Complexation in Chromatography. 2. Survey of Packings in Donor-Acceptor Complex Chromatography. 3. Charge-Transfer Chromatography: Application to the Determination of Poly cyclic Aromatic Compounds, Aromatic Amines and Azaarenes and Biological Compounds. 4. Argentation Chromatography: Application to the Determination of Olefins, Lipids, and Heteroatomic Compounds. 5. Ligand-Exchange Chromatography of Chiral Compounds. 6. Special Topics: Applications of Complexation Chromatography to the Analysis of Coal and Petroleum Products. Abbreviations. Index
D. Cagniant is Emeritus Professor at the Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, University of Metz, Metz, France. The author or coauthor of over 160 published articles and book chapters, she has been recognized with such awards as the Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur and Officier dans l'Ordre National du Merite, among others. Dr. Cagniant received a doctorate degree (1950) in organic chemistry and the Doctor es Sciences Physiques degree (1963) from the University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France.