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Unified Chromatography : ACS Symposium Series - Jon F. Parcher

Unified Chromatography

ACS Symposium Series

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Published: 6th January 2000
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Here, authors specializing in different branches of chromatography--including gas chromatography, supercritical fluid chromatography, and high-pressure liquid chromatography--describe their fields while drawing out connections with other branches.

"Venturing into chromatography beyond conventional parameters, this volume collects a dozen papers presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting held in August 1998 in Boston. An introductory chapter views unified chromatography (introduced in 1988) as the Holy Grail of separation science, the antithesis of compartmentalized thinking about different techniques. Among the six titles focusing on theoretical and general considerations are: Unified chromatography from a mobile phase perspective, Pressure as a unifying parameter in chromatographic retention, and Computer simulations of interphases and solute transfer in liquid and size exclusion chromatography. The remaining papers detail techniques and applications utilizing, e.g., packed capillary columns. The index spans the advantages of Monte Carlo simulations to the intricacies of separating household wax."--SciTech Book News "Venturing into chromatography beyond conventional parameters, this volume collects a dozen papers presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting held in August 1998 in Boston. An introductory chapter views unified chromatography (introduced in 1988) as the Holy Grail of separation science, the antithesis of compartmentalized thinking about different techniques. Among the six titles focusing on theoretical and general considerations are: Unified chromatography from a mobile phase perspective, Pressure as a unifying parameter in chromatographic retention, and Computer simulations of interphases and solute transfer in liquid and size exclusion chromatography. The remaining papers detail techniques and applications utilizing, e.g., packed capillary columns. The index spans the advantages of Monte Carlo simulations to the intricacies of separating household wax."--SciTech Book News "Venturing into chromatography beyond conventional parameters, this volume collects a dozen papers presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting held in August 1998 in Boston. An introductory chapter views unified chromatography (introduced in 1988) as the Holy Grail of separation science, the antithesis of compartmentalized thinking about different techniques. Among the six titles focusing on theoretical and general considerations are: Unified chromatography from a mobile phase perspective, Pressure as a unifying parameter in chromatographic retention, and Computer simulations of interphases and solute transfer in liquid and size exclusion chromatography. The remaining papers detail techniques and applications utilizing, e.g., packed capillary columns. The index spans the advantages of Monte Carlo simulations to the intricacies of separating household wax."--SciTech Book News "Venturing into chromatography beyond conventional parameters, this volume collects a dozen papers presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting held in August 1998 in Boston. An introductory chapter views unified chromatography (introduced in 1988) as the Holy Grail of separation science, the antithesis of compartmentalized thinking about different techniques. Among the six titles focusing on theoretical and general considerations are: Unified chromatography from a mobile phase perspective, Pressure as a unifying parameter in chromatographic retention, and Computer simulations of interphases and solute transfer in liquid and size exclusion chromatography. The remaining papers detail techniques and applications utilizing, e.g., packed capillary columns. The index spans the advantages of Monte Carlo simulations to the intricacies of separating household wax."--SciTech Book News "Venturing into chromatography beyond conventional parameters, this volume collects a dozen papers presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting held in August 1998 in Boston. An introductory chapter views unified chromatography (introduced in 1988) as the Holy Grail of separationscience, the antithesis of compartmentalized thinking about different techniques. Among the six titles focusing on theoretical and general considerations are: Unified chromatography from a mobile phase perspective, Pressure as a unifying parameter in chromatographic retention, and Computersimulations of interphases and solute transfer in liquid and size exclusion chromatography. The remaining papers detail techniques and applications utilizing, e.g., packed capillary columns. The index spans the advantages of Monte Carlo simulations to the intricacies of separating householdwax."--SciTech Book News

Preface
Unified Chromatography: What Is It?
Theoretical and General Considerations
Unified Chromatography from the Mobile Phase Perspective
Pressure as a Unifying Parameter in Chromatographic Retention
Three-Dimensional Stochastic Simulation for the Unified Treatment of Chromatographic and Electrophoretic Separations
Computer Simulations of Interphases and Solute Transfer in Liquid and Size Exclusion Chromatography
Exploring Multicomponent Phase Equilibria by Monte Carlo Simulations: Toward a Description of Gas-Liquid Chromatography
Stationary- and Mobile-Phase Interactions in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography
Techniques and Specific Applications
Packed Capillary Columns in Hot Liquid and in Supercritical Mobile Phases
Packed Capillary Column Chromatography with Gas, Supercritical, and Liquid Mobile Phases
Application of Enhanced-Fluidity Liquid Mixtures in Separation Science: An Update
Universal Chromatography for Fast Separations
Practical Advantages of Packed Column Supercritical Fluid Chromatography in Supporting Combinatorial Chemistry
Indexes
Author Index
Subject Index
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ISBN: 9780841236387
ISBN-10: 0841236380
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 6th January 2000
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 15.6  x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.47