This work introduces scientists of all disciplines to the chromatographic process and how it functions. The basic principles of chromatographic separation and specific chromatographic procedures, including gas, liquid and thin-layer chromatography, are covered. For each separation method the book details its characteristics, the instrumentation required, the procedures necessary for effective use, areas of application and examples of its use.;This work is intended for analytical chemists, laboratory technicians, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in analytical chemistry or separation science courses.
Table of Contents
The chromatographic separation; the mechanism of retention; peak dispersion; qualitative analysis; quantitative analysis. Part 1 Gas chromatography: the gas chromatograph; gas chromatography detectors; gas chromatography columns; gas chromatography applications; the liquid chromatograph; liquid chromatography detectors; liquid chromatography columns; liquid chromatography applications. Part 2 Thin layer chromatography: TLC apparatus; thin-layer chromatography techniques.
Scott\, Raymond P.W.
"Excellent discussions and practical advice are provided for the selection of stationary and mobile phases, as well as the exact type of chromatography needed to accomplish a separation. "
---Analytical Chemistry News & Features
". . .a very readable and. . .informative book which is highly recommended for any scientist who needs to use separation techniques as part of their work but is not a separations expert. "
". . .a[n]. . .instructive presentation of basic intermolecular forces and processes playing a substantial role in understanding the selectivity and resolution of separations, and a nice broad set of practical examples of applications. "
---Journal of Chromatography A