Martin Poggel

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Different continuously working free-flow zone electrophoresis (FFZE) chambers have already been developed [1, 2]. All of them deal with the problem of distinctive Joule heating. The resulting temperature gradients cause an unstable density field which leads to thermal convection and thus to an intermixing of the different fractions within the chamber. The(More)
Recently, we proposed a novel preparative free flow zone electrophoresis cell with extremely short residence time, which does not require external cooling (Poggel, M., Melin, T., Electrophoresis 2001, 22, 1008-1015). Within the new cell the smallest chamber dimension is not orientated perpendicular but in direction of the electric field. This alteration(More)
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