Encyclopedia of Chromatography
Thoroughly revised and expanded, the third edition of the Encyclopedia of Chromatography is an authoritative source of information for researchers in chemistry, biology, physics, engineering, and materials science. This quick reference and guide to specific chromatographic techniques and theory provides a basic introduction to the science and technology of the method, offering key references dealing with the methodology for analysis of specific chemicals and applications in industry. With a focus on emerging technologies and uses, the text contains tables and figures that cogently illustrate and clarify technical points in the articles. The Third Edition provides a valuable, reader-friendly reference for all those who employ chromatographic methods for analysis of complex mixtures of substances, as well as practitioners across the entire spectrum of science.
What’s New in the Third Edition:
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Amino Acids / Peptides / Proteins
Basic Theory / Definitions
CCC (Countercurrent Chromatography)
CE / CEC, and Related Techniques
Detection / Detectors
FFF (Field-Flow Fractionation)
GC (Gas Chromatography)
Gradient / Programmed Techniques
Polymers and Additives
SEC / GPC (Size Exclusion / Gel Permeation)
SFC / SFE (Supercritical Fluid Techniques)
Solvents / Mobile Phases
Stationary Phases, Columns
TLC (Thin Layer Chromatography)
Praise for Previous Editions
"…a wealth of information."
—Journal of Planar Chromatography
"…a welcome addition to the literature covering chromatographic techniques and methodologies."
—James T. Stewart, Ph.D.
"…This encyclopedia should become a first and frequently used source of information on just about every conceivable chromatographic technique."
—The Chemical Educator