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K. Haken Page xiii Template Chromatography Herbert Schott and Ernst Bayer Recent Usage of Liquid Crystal Stationary Phases in Gas Chromatography George M. Janini Current State of the Art in the Analysis of Catecholamines Anté M. Krstulovic Volume 18 The Characterization of Long-Chain Fatty Acids and Their Derivatives by Chromatography Marcel S. F. Lie Ken Jie Ion-Pair Chromatography on Normal- and Reversed-Phase Systems Milton T. W. Hearn Current State of the Art in HPLC Analyses of Free Nucleotides, Nucleosides, and Bases in Biological Fluids Phyllis R.

The very sharp boundaries in isoelectric focusing. However, its compatibility with the more popular forms of CE has not been demonstrated. One final point about RI detectors is that they can all function as absorption detectors if one can irradiate the optical region with a high-intensity light source. This creates a temperature change (and thus an RI change) that is proportional to the source intensity. More details of such a modification are found in the earlier section on photothermal effects.

However, a reasonable model can be derived through boxcar integration of the analyte zone. 0 in an ideal detector. Figure 1b shows a digital simulation of the same separation when monitored through a 3-mm z-shaped cell. Broadening due to the detector is clearly depicted. 0 for infinitely narrow detector region; (b) same as (a) but with 3-mm path. extent of broadening owing to the 3-mm path will become negligible (simulation not shown). Obviously, the less demanding the separation is, the less noticeable are the distortions caused by the cell.

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