By Wilfried M.A. Niessen
This quantity comprehensively relates advancements, ideas, and purposes of mixed liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry and different strategies corresponding to capillary electrophoresis and supercritical fluid chromatography mixed with mass spectrometry. It covers historic advancements, at present very important interfaces and applied sciences, and LC-MS functions in environmental research, prescription drugs and bioanalysis, and extra fields. It bargains in-depth assurance of interfaces and applied sciences presently vital within the laboratory, specially electrospray and APCI, comprises an accelerated purposes part, and gives over 2200 references, tables, equations, and drawings.
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A. Niessen Page ae ADDITIONAL VOLUMES IN PREPARATION Capillary Electrophoresis of Proteins, Tim Wehr, Roberto Rodriguez-Diaz, and Mingde Zhu Thin-Layer Chromatography: Fourth Edition, Revised and Expanded, Bernard Fried and Joseph Sherma Page i Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Second Edition, Revised and Expanded W. M. A. Niessen Hyphen MassSpec Consultancy Leiden, The Netherlands MARCEL DEKKER, INC. NEW YORK BASEL Page ii ISBN: 0-8247-1936-0 This book is printed on acid-free paper. Headquarters Marcel Dekker, Inc.
From the chromatogram several important parameters can be deduced to characterize the separation and the efficiency. The retention time (residence time) tr,i of the component i can directly be measured from the chromatogram. 3: The chromatogram. Important parameters are indicated. [Eq. , the solvent front. The capacity ratio is the product of the distribution coefficient and the phase ratio. For an LC system with a liquid stationary phase the capacity ratio can be written as: [Eq. 2] where Cs and Cm are the analyte concentrations in the stationary and the mobile phase, respectively, and Vs and Vm the volumes of the stationary and mobile liquid phase, respectively.
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