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Simplified description of high-performance liquid chromatographic separation under overload conditions, based on the Craig distribution model: II. Effect of isotherm type, and experimental
Abstract The preparative high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) model described in the preceding paper has been tested for nine different solute-column combinations under reversed-phaseExpand
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Simplified description of high-performance liquid chromatographic separation under overload conditions, based on the Craig distribution model : IV. Comparison of the model with experimental data for
Abstract The preceding paper presented a quantitative description of high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) separation under mass-overload conditions for samples that contain two or moreExpand
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Simplified description of high-performance liquid chromatographic separation under overload conditions, based on the Craig distribution model : V. Gradient elution separation
Abstract The present model of mass-overloaded high-performance liquid chromatographic separation has been extended to the case of gradient elution. It is shown that the separation of two compounds byExpand
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Simplified description of high-performance liquid chromatographic separation under overload conditions, based on the craig distribution model
Abstract We have previously described a model for predicting how mass overload affects the elution of a single solute-band in high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). This model was developedExpand
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Development and Validation of a Multiplexed Protein Quantitation Assay for the Determination of Three Recombinant Proteins in Soybean Tissues by Liquid Chromatography with Tandem Mass Spectrometry.
Currently, traditional immunochemistry technologies such as enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) are the predominant analytical tool used to measure levels of recombinant proteins expressed inExpand
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Validation Parameters for Quantitating Specific Proteins Using ELISA or LC-MS/MS: Survey Results
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) express one or more exogenous genes inserted through genetic engineering resulting in the production of novel protein(s). Agencies responsible for deregulatingExpand
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Low-Temperature Autoignition of Diethyl Ether/O2 Mixtures: Mechanistic Considerations and Kinetic Modeling
Abstract Autoignition processes are of fundamental kinetic importance as well as of practical relevance for combustion devices. In recent years, diethyl ether (DEE) has attracted increasing attentionExpand
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Experimental determination of the static equivalent pressures of detonative explosions of cyclohexane/O2/N2-mixtures in long and short pipes
Abstract In the past 5 years the Safety Engineering Group of BASF has determined the static equivalent pressures (“pstat”) of the eight detonative pressure scenarios which explosive gas mixtures canExpand
Kinetics of the Reactions of Hydroxyl Radicals with Furan and its Alkylated Derivatives 2-Methyl Furan and 2,5-Dimethyl Furan.
Furans are promising second generation biofuels with comparable energy densities to conventional fossil fuels. Combustion of furans is initiated and controlled to a large part by reactions with OHExpand
Experimental Determination of the Static Equivalent Pressures of Detonative Explosions of Cyclohexane/O 2 /N 2 -Mixtures in Long and Short Pipes (part 2 of 3)
The abstract of the second part of this paper is included in the abstract of part 1.The following final results can be derived from the experiments with C6H12/O2/N2:I: Because the focus of the workExpand
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