Use of polymer fiber stationary phases for liquid chromatography separations: part II--Applications.

@article{Marcus2009UseOP,
  title={Use of polymer fiber stationary phases for liquid chromatography separations: part II--Applications.},
  author={R Kenneth Marcus},
  journal={Journal of separation science},
  year={2009},
  volume={32 5-6},
  pages={695-705}
}
The idea of using polymer fibers as stationary phases for LC is not a new one. There are in fact a number of good reasons for which they should be considered. Presented here are a number of applications of polymer fiber stationary phases for chemical separations. Fibers placed in columns are employed in three basic formats: staple, whole fabrics, and aligned fibers. Natural and synthetic fibers have found use in a variety of chromatographic modes including RP, size exclusion chromatography (SEC… CONTINUE READING
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