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Polymeric Pseudostationary Phases and Dendrimers


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Palmer, CP 2006 , 'Polymeric Pseudostationary Phases and Dendrimers', in Ute Pyell (ed.), Electrokinetic Chromatography: Theory, Instrumentation and Applications , John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England, pp. 137-151.

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The theory and applications presented in this text establish electrokinetic chromatography
(EKe) as a powerful and nseful separation techniqne. Ultimately, the strength and
utility of EKC are determined by the performance of the pseudostationary phase (PSP).
The limitations and restrictions imposed by the limited migration range of EKC place
relatively stringent &quirements on PSP performance. Optimization of EKC separations
within the limited migration range requires that PSPs provide high selectivity and permit
the retention factorto be optimized within a relativelynarrow optimumrange. The use of
PSPs with high electrophoretic mobility can extend the migration range, thus placing less
stringent requirements on selectivity and retention. Finally, PSPs must provide highly
efficient separations.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Palmer, CP
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
DOI / ID Number: 10.1002/9780470871041.fmatter
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