By James S. Fritz, Douglas T. Gjerde
This thoroughly revised and up-to-date fourth version of the best-selling vintage is a radical remedy of the topic whereas final concise and readable. New additions contain capillary electrophoresis, monolithic columns, zwitterion colums, DNA/RNA research, basics of the technological know-how of IC, and micro equipment. the full is rounded off by way of convenient tables with information on detection or elution stipulations, between others.
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Guard columns generally contain the same material as the separation column. Therefore, material that would be trapped and would contaminate the separation column will instead get trapped by the guard column. Guard columns are changed when the separation of a standard is no longer acceptable and the column cannot be regenerated by the recommended procedures. 7 Suppressor tion over the lifetime of the separation column. Guard columns are generally smaller than the separation columns, but can add to the retention time of the separation.