The Chromatographic Science Series offers an in-depth treatment of the latest developments and applications in the field of separation sciences. The series enjoys a broad international readership in part due the accomplished list of authors and editors that have contributed their expertise to series books covering both classic and cutting-edge topics.
Preparative Scale Chromatography
Flow Perturbation Gas Chromatography
Quantitative TLC and its Industrial Applications
Reaction Detection in Liquid Chromatography
October 28, 1988
Discusses a model for the propagation of a finite concentration zone in a chromatographic column for the case of a single component sample, and explores operating conditions of ion-exchange chromatography for the production of albumin from bovine serum and plasma. Focus is on theoretical, instrument...
F. J. Yang
September 29, 1988
This book describes the various aspects of microbore column chromatography. It provides readers with an in-depth understanding of the supercritical fluid chromatography and microbore high-performance liquid chromatography....
February 19, 1988
This book discusses flow perturbation method, namely, the stopped-flow technique and the reversed-flow technique. It is directed to those who need an accurate method for the determination of a certain physicochemical quantity and to researchers working on the development of gas chromatography....
September 28, 1987
December 09, 1986
Ira S. Krull
August 26, 1986
The first book to focus entirely on reactions for analyte detection and characterization,Reaction Detection in Liquid Chromatography depicts off- and on-line, pre- and postcolumnapproaches that have been successfully used for many classes of compounds, bothorganic and inorganic, in high performance...
November 22, 1985
Steven H.Y. Wong
February 01, 1985
This important, new reference provides the first , up-to-date, and comprehensive treatmentof the various liquid chromatography (LC) instrumentation for Therapeutic DrugMonitoring (TDM) and toxicology drug assays and reviews the clinical pharmacologyof major classes of drugs and their LC...
Phyllis R. Brown
November 30, 1984
This book gives the pertinent information on the high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) analyses of all the compounds of interest in nucleic acid metabolism. It aids chromatographers, biochemists, biomedical researchers, and chemists by giving information on applications of HPLC technique....
November 14, 1984
This book informs the reader about the practical methods, possibilities, and limits of template chromatography. It shows the various techniques for immobilization of nucleic acids fragments, polynucleotides, and nucleic acids by which the desired separation of materials can be achieved....
T. M. Vickrey
July 21, 1983
This book documents the principles of operation, the advantages and drawbacks, and the potential future of currently available liquid chromatographic detectors. In offering a snapshot of the current technology, it provides clear explanations and possible new horizons for both beginners and experts....
August 01, 1981
This book describes new gel permeation chromatography/liquid chromatography applications and techniques that will provide polymer scientists and practitioners with insight into the development of new polymers and plastics and improvement of existing materials....