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By Phyllis R. Brown, Eli Grushka, Susan Lunte

ISBN-10: 0824753410

ISBN-13: 9780824753412

That includes trustworthy, up to the moment reports of significant advancements in chromatography, quantity forty three reports the most recent advances within the box with contributions and present examine from world-renowned leaders in undefined. It presents precise discussions of present themes, concerns, and advancements in separation technology and analyzing subject matters similar to gradient elution in liquid column chromatography and strong section microextraction.

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2). The gradient function described by Eq. (7) is especially useful for prediction and optimization of retention in normal-phase and ion- exchange chromatography. Many gradient Gradient Elution in LC Chromatography / 15 instruments do not allow direct setting of a continuous nonlinear gradient, and curved gradients should be substituted by linear segmented gradients consisting in a series of subsequent linear gradient steps with gradually increasing or decreasing slopes, B. After introducing the appropriate retention equation and gradient function, Eq.

Correct function of the gradient instrument is essential for successful theoretical description of the experimental data. Differ- Gradient Elution in LC Chromatography / 17 ences of the actual gradient profile from the preset gradient program are an inevitable consequence of any error in flow rate caused by pump failure or of possible errors in the mixing of the gradient components caused either by device malfunction or by improper construction design (for example, poor flow rate matching in the pumps delivering the components of the gradient).

4a,b) and (5a,b) is limited to the linear range of the sample distribution isotherms, common in analytical HPLC. On the other hand, preparative chromatography on overloaded separation columns usually employs nonlinear range of adsorption isotherms and requires different approach to the description of the retention behavior and of the band profiles. 4. The solution of Eq. (5) assumes a constant value of the column hold-up volume during the gradient elution. This is not always straightforward as the hold-up volume can change to a certain extent with changing mobile phase [59–61].

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