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eBook Capillary Liquid Chromatography (Macromolecular Compounds) ePub

by B.G. Belen'kii,E.S. Gankina,V.G. Mal'tsev

  • ISBN: 0306109948
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: B.G. Belen'kii,E.S. Gankina,V.G. Mal'tsev
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (March 31, 1987)
  • Pages: 252
  • ePub book: 1791 kb
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Authors: Belen'kii, .

Authors: Belen'kii, . Softcover 86,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). In­ terest has since taken off, and a period of intense development, to which no end is yet in sight, is now upon us.

Liquid Chromatography (Macromolecular Compounds) by .

Published March 31, 1987 by Springer.

How we measure 'reads'. By use of this multidimensional chromatographic approach, quantitative information on over 180 PAH was obtained for these two samples including positive identification of approximately 55 compounds based on mass spectral data, fluorescence excitation and emission spectra, and comparison of LC and GC retention data for authentic reference compounds.

Series: Macromolecular Compounds. Series: Macromolecular Compounds.

Solonenko et al. Use of a Scanning Laser Fluorometric Detector in HPLC.

Belenkii BG. Institute of Macromolecular Compounds, Academy of Sciences of .

Amphoteric poly(Lys-), (EAK) and anionic poly(Lys-Ac-Glu0. A1: . 5 N triethyl ammonium phosphate (TEAP) buffer (pH . 5); A2: 100 mM sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) in buffer A1; B1: Na-borate buffer (pH . ); B2: 100 mM SDS in buffer B1; C1: Na-borate buffer (pH 1. ); C2: 100 mM SDS in buffer. C1. Both EAK and AcEAK could be separated by a CE mechanism at pH . 5 and by an MEKC mechanism at pH 1.

B. G. Belen'kii, E. M. Koroleva, V. Mal'tsev. Some features of the exclusion chromatography of PMMA with M 2 106 on macroporous glasses have been investigated.

Influential Citations0. B. Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR. Abstract A method for the analysis of Dns-amino acids at the level of 10 -3 mole/h based on microcolumn hydrophobic chromatography with fluorimetric detection has been developed. The separation o. More). The use of THF, which is generally adopted in classical exclusio.

Belenkii B. Vilenchik L. Z. Download (pdf, 1. 6 Mb) Donate Read.

In the early 1980s capillary liquid chromatography was being established; it was a period in which only a few research groups published a relatively small number of papers on the subject. In­ terest has since taken off, and a period of intense development, to which no end is yet in sight, is now upon us. More investiga­ tors and instrument-making firms are now entering the field. This greater interest has resulted in the rapid appearance of two collec­ tions [1, 2] and a series of topical reviews [3-6]. However, it could hardly be said that all the problems in this area have been formulated, let alone solved. The preparation of very efficient - open tubular or packed - microbore columns, for example, remains more an art than a science, while the relation­ ship between radial and longitudinal mass transfer, and the effect of transcolumn velocity profiles on chromatographic efficiency, have been very poorly studied. Indeed, recent publications on these subjects have sometimes, far from clarifying matters, only muddied them further. Many instrument-making firms are trying to unify their equip­ ment so that it is suitable for microbore, conventional (analytical), and preparative liquid chromatography. This approach has not real­ ized the full potential of capillary chromatography, and there also remains room for improving the performance of capillary columns.