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Chromatographic separation is widely used in many scientific disciplines today, having an ever increasing number of scientific and technological applications. The widespread use of this rapid and powerful technique requires that it be fully understood, so that the most suitable may be determined for each possible separation problem in each possible domain of scientific research and technology. Molecular Basis of Chromatographic Separation provides complete coverage of the practical and molecular aspects of this popular technique. It compiles and evaluates recent results, outlines available methods, and discusses how to select the best method for a particular application.
Table of Contents
Adsorption Phenomena and Molecular Interactions in Chromatography Adsorption Phenomena in Gas-Liquid Chromatography Adsorption Phenomena in Liquid Chromatography Competitive Adsorption of the Eluent Components Competitive Adsorption of Analytes Molecular Forces in Chromatography Gas Chromatography Fundamentals Models of GLC Retention and Separation Influence of Adsorption Side Effects on Retention Behavior Descriptors of GLC Retention and Their Correlation with Molecular Parameters Retention Time Capacity Factor The Kováts Index The Takács Retention Index Other Descriptors Application of Solute Parameters Retention Relationships Liquid Chromatography Thin-Layer Chromatography Principles of Adsorption and Reversed-Phase Thin-Layer Chromatography Molecular Basis of Separation in Adsorption Thin-Layer Chromatography Molecular Basis of Separation in Reversed-Phase Thin-Layer Chromatography High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Fundamentals Direct (Normal) Phase High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Reversed-Phase Chromatography Graphitized Carbon Packing Materials Other Metal-Oxide Support New Reversed-Phase Columns Appendix References Index
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