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Equations for calculation of chromatographic figures of merit for ideal and skewed peaks
In recent years there has been considerable interest in the characterization of experimental chromatographic peaks. Presented in Table I are the names, symbols, and general expressions that haveExpand
n-Octanol-Water Partition Coefficient Estimation by Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography
Micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography (MECC) was evaluated as an a priori predictor of n-octanol-water partition coefficients (log K ow ). Retention measurements for over 100 solutes withExpand
Micellar liquid chromatography.
  • J. Dorsey
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Advances in chromatography
  • 1987
It is shown that micelle concentration gradients speed the elution of strongly retained compounds without altering stationary phase ocmposition, which allows a step-gradient back to initial conditions and obviates column re-equilibration. Expand
Hydrophobicity estimations by reversed-phase liquid chromatography. Implications for biological partitioning processes.
The chromatographic methods used for these estimations of octanol-water partition coefficient estimation, their successes and failures, and pertinent solution thermodynamics of the partitioning of small molecules between bulk phases and an interphase are reviewed. Expand
Informational orthogonality of two-dimensional chromatographic separations.
These results should prove useful for predicting complementary 2-D techniques as well as for choosing a second separation technique for confirmation of separation or peak purity. Expand
Accurate determination of log k'w in reversed-phase liquid chromatography. Implications for quantitative structure-retention relationships.
Log k'w values extrapolated from ET(30) plots are recommended as the most meaningful representation of retention for quantitative structure-retention relationships as a function of both the mobile phase and stationary phase. Expand
Micelles in Analytical Chemistry
Abstract Molecules which possess both hydrophilic and hydrophobic structures may associate in aqueous media to form dynamic aggregates commonly called micelles. Interest in these aggregates commonlyExpand
Retention mechanisms of bonded-phase liquid chromatography.