1st Edition

Gas-Liquid-Solid Chromatography

By Victor G. Berezkin Copyright 1991

    Berezkin (petrochemical synthesis, USSR Academy of Sciences) explains to chromatographers that gas-liquid chromatography, an exciting development of gas chromatography, is itself just a limited case of gas-liquid-solid chromatography, and shows how this perspective can help solve problems more quick

    Preface -- Chapter 1 Introduction to Gas-Liquid-Solid Chromatography -- References -- Chapter 2 Absolute Retention of Analyzed Compounds -- 2.1 A model of the sorbent in gas-liquid-solid chromatography -- 2.2 Variation of the sorbent surface in gas-liquid-solid chromatography as a function of the content of the stationary liquid phase on the solid support -- 2.3 Principles of equilibrium theory of retention in gas-liquid-solid chromatography -- 2.4 Experimental verification of additive equilibrium theory -- References -- Chapter 3 Influence of Adsorption of Analyzed Compounds on Relative Retention Values and Invariant Relative Retention Values -- 3.1 Relative retention values in gas chromatography and chromatographic identification procedures -- 3.2 Effect of the solid support on relative retention values -- 3.3 Relative retention values in gas-liquid-solid chromatography and invariant relative retention values (theory and experimental determination) -- References -- Chapter 4 Effect of a Solid Support on the Efficiency of Chromatographic Separation -- 4.1 Effect of sorbent particle diameter -- 4.2 Role of a solid support porous structure -- 4.3 Effect of the adsorptional properties of a solid support -- References -- Chapter S Specific Features of Separation -- 5.1 Effect of the phase ratio (stationary liquid phase to solid adsorbent) on the characteristics of chromatographic resolution -- 5.2 Packed columns -- 5.2.1 Sorbent: stationary liquid phase on a solid support -- 5.2.2 Sorbent: stationary liquid phase on an active adsorbent -- 5.3 Capillary columns -- References -- Chapter 6 Effect of Adsorption and Catalytic Activity of a Solid Support on the Quantitative Analysis of Data -- 6.1 Irreversible or quasi-irreversible adsorption of chromatographed compounds on the solid support and its effect on the results of quantitative analysis -- 6.2 Chemical transformation at the solid support surface -- References -- Chapter 7 Determination of Equilibrium Parameters of Absorption Interaction Between Chromatographed Substances and Stationary Liquid Phase -- References -- Chapter 8 Determination of Physicochemical Parameters for Adsorption of Chromatographed Compounds at the Gas-Stationary Liquid Phase and Stationary Liquid Phase-Solid Support Interfaces -- References -- Chapter 9 Effect of Solid Support on the Conditioning and Aging of Chromatographic Columns -- References -- Conclusion -- Index.


    A. V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis Academy of Sciences of the USSR Moscow, USSR.