|Statement||edited By Steven A. Cohen, Mark R. Schure.|
|Contributions||Cohen, Steven A., 1953-, Schure, Mark R.|
|LC Classifications||QD79.C454 M85 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007041576|
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This book presents the principle ideas of combining different analytical techniques in multi-dimensional analysis schemes. It reviews the basic principles and instrumentation of multi-dimensional chromatography and the hyphenation of liquid chromatography with selective spectroscopic detectors and presents experimental protocols for the analysis of complex polymers. Two-dimensional chromatography is a type of chromatographic technique in which the injected sample is separated by passing through two different separation stages. Two different chromatographic columns are connected in sequence, and the effluent from the first system is transferred onto the second column. Typically the second column has a different separation mechanism, so that bands that are. Get this from a library! Multidimensional liquid chromatography: theory and applications in industrial chemistry and the life sciences. [Steven A Cohen; Mark R Schure;] -- MDLC: A Real-Life, Real-Lab Resource. Multidimensional Liquid Chromatography (MDLC) is a very powerfulseparation technique for analyzing exceptionally complex samples in onestep. Multidimensional Liquid Chromatography Theory and Applications in Industrial Chemistry and the Life Sciences edited by Steven larep-immo.com Multidimensional Liquid Chromatography presents a number of recent contributions that help define the current art and science of MDLC.. Multidimensional Liquid Chromatography.
Multidimensional liquid chromatography (ie, 2D-LC) was developed to increase resolving power and peak capacity for high isoelectric focusing throughput peptide separation. Commonly, IEC is used as a first or middle step of multidimensional separation because of the presence of salts in the mobile phase. MULTIDIMENSIONAL LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY Theory and Applications in Industrial Chemistry and the Life Sciences Edited by STEVEN A. COHEN Life Sciences R&D, Waters Corporation How this Book is Organized 5 References 6 PART I THEORY 9 2 Elements of the Theory of Multidimensional Liquid Chromatography 11 Introduction The term “multidimensional liquid chromatography” (MDLC) simply means the linking together of more than one column step. It is common to associate linking of column steps with combining two or more steps in a purification procedure into one simple protocol, but this belies both the range of possibilities that this technique provides and also the technical difficulties associated with Author: Rod Watson, Tim Nadler. A new book (Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography: A Practitioner’s Guide) by Wiley on various aspects of the increasingly popular Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography (HILIC) contains a chapter (Chapter 9) focused on theoretical and practical aspects of 2D separations involving the HILIC mode in at least one of the dimensions. This.