Electrophoresis: mathematical modeling and computer simulation.

@article{Bier1983ElectrophoresisMM,
  title={Electrophoresis: mathematical modeling and computer simulation.},
  author={Martin Bier and O A Palusinski and Richard A Mosher and Dudley A. Saville},
  journal={Science},
  year={1983},
  volume={219 4590},
  pages={1281-7}
}
A mathematical model of electrophoretic separation processes has been developed and adapted for computer simulations. The model is used to predict the characteristic behavior of a variety of electrophoretic techniques from a knowledge of chemical equilibria and physical transport phenomena. The model provides a unifying basis for a rational classification of all electrophoretic processes. 

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