Interfacial Phenomena in Chromatography presents a combination of chromatographic theory, numerical simulation and experimental data. The text covers the interaction and size exclusion methods of separation, identification and characterization of substances in solution. It provides practical information and analysis on the most effective mechanisms of interfacial chromatography, along with its expanding possibilities for biomedical, industrial and environmental applications.
Table of Contents
Part I: Stationary Phase Characteristics 1. Henry’s Law Behavior in Gas-Solid Chromatography: A Virial Approach 2. Inverse Gas Chromatography as a Tool to Characterize Dispersive and Acid-Base Properties of the Surface of Fibers and Powders 3. Interactions in Cellulose-Polyethylene Papers as Obtained Through Inverse Gas Chromatography 4. Inverse Gas Chromatography: A Method for the Evaluation of the Interaction Potential of Solid Surfaces Part II: Characterization and Separation Methods 5. Chromatography of Colloidal Inorganic Nanoparticles 6. Chromatographic Behavior and Retention Models of Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons in HPLC 7. Polymer-Modified Silica Resins for Aqueous Size Exclusion Chromatography 8. Polycation-Modified Siliceous Surfaces for Protein Separations 9. Adsorption Processes in Surface Area Exclusion Chromatography 10. Separation of Polymer Blends by Interaction Chromatography