9780854045303

Capillary Electrochromatography

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  • ISBN13:

    9780854045303

  • ISBN10:

    0854045309

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-03-01
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

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Summary

Capillary electrochromatography (CEC) is a new and exciting hybrid separation technique that seeks to exploit the combined advantages of both capillary electrophoresis (high efficiencies) and HPLC (mobile and stationary phase selectivity). It is a technique with tremendous potential, especially in the pharmaceutical and biomedical fields. This is the first book to be devoted to the topic and presents reviews by the world leaders in the field on the theory and development of the technique and current and potential future applications. "Capillary Electrochromatography" provides an excellent introduction to the field for graduates and professionals in industry and academia with an interest in separation science.[part of the RSC Chromatography Monographs series]

Table of Contents

An Introduction to Capillary Electrochromatography
1(22)
Keith D. Bartle
Maria G. Cikalo
Mark M. Robson
What Is Capillary Electrochromatography?
1(1)
History of CEC
2(3)
Electroosmosis
5(2)
Classification of CEC
7(2)
Band-broadening in CEC
9(3)
Effect of Operating Variables in CEC
12(5)
Application Areas of CEC
17(6)
References
20(3)
The Capillary Electrochromatograph
23(10)
Norman W. Smith
Introduction
23(1)
Modification of Standard CZE Equipment
23(4)
Sample Injection Using Modified CZE Equipment
27(1)
Modification of CZE Equipment with Autosampler Capability
28(1)
Commercial CEC Instruments
29(1)
Future Instrument Designs and Requirements
30(3)
References
31(2)
Supports and Stationary Phases for Capillary Electrochromatography
33(9)
Peter Myers
Introduction
33(1)
Particle Size Distributions
34(1)
The Silica Surface
35(1)
Bonding Technology
36(1)
Effect of pH on the Silanols
37(1)
Analyte Focusing
38(2)
Anion Exchange Materials
40(1)
Continuous Bed Columns
40(1)
Conclusions
41(1)
References
41(1)
Electroosmosis in Complex Media: Bulk Transport in CEC
42(22)
Vincent T. Remcho
Patrick T. Vallano
Introduction
42(1)
Electroosmotic Flow
43(4)
Electroosmosis in Packed Beds
47(13)
Electroosmosis in Porous Monoliths
60(2)
Conclusion
62(2)
References
62(2)
Capillary Electrochromatography with Open Tubular Columns (OTCEC)
64(23)
Monika M. Dittmann
Gerard P. Rozing
Introduction
64(1)
Chromatographic Effects in CZE
65(3)
Theory of Dispersion and Achievable Efficiency in OTLC and OTCEC
68(5)
Improving the Phase Ratio for OTCEC
73(10)
Conclusions
83(4)
References
84(3)
Capillary Electrochromatography/Mass Spectrometry
87(20)
G. A. Lord
D. B. Gordon
Introduction
87(1)
Mass Spectrometry
87(6)
Capillary Electrochromatography/Mass Spectrometry Coupling
93(7)
Practical Aspects
100(4)
Future Prospects
104(3)
References
105(2)
Pharmaceutical Applications of Capillary Electrochromatography
107(18)
Melvin R. Euerby
Nicola C. Gillott
Introduction
107(1)
Scope and Applicability of CEC
108(3)
Pharmaceutical Applications of CEC
111(7)
Issues Associated with CEC in Pharmaceutical Analysis
118(3)
The Future of CEC in the Pharmaceutical Industry
121(4)
References
122(3)
Capillary Electrochromatography in Natural Product Research
125(21)
An Dermaux
Pat Sandra
Introduction
125(1)
Experimental
125(1)
Triglycerides
126(9)
Fatty Acids and Their Derivatives
135(7)
CEC Analysis of Other `Hydrophobic' Samples
142(2)
Conclusion
144(2)
References
144(2)
Subject Index 146

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