Gradient HPLC of copolymers and chromatographic cross-fractionation
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Gradient HPLC of copolymers and chromatographic cross-fractionation by Gottfried GloМ€ckner

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • High performance liquid chromatography.,
  • Polymers -- Analysis.

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Edition Notes

StatementGottfried Glöckner.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQD79.C454
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 210p. :
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21842557M
ISBN 103540527397, 0387527397

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HPLC adsorption chromatography was first applied to copolymer analysis by Teramachi et al. in Since then, another branch of polymer HPLC has arisen which has the capacity of separating copolymers by composition and enables the chemical composition distribution to Author: Gottfried Glöckner. Gradient HPLC of Copolymers and Chromatographic Cross-Fractionation. Authors (view affiliations) Detection in Gradient High-Performance Liquid Chromatography. Gottfried Glöckner. Pages Quantitative Evaluation and Calibration. Gottfried Glöckner. Pages Separation of Copolymers by Composition through Gradient High-Performance. Get this from a library! Gradient HPLC of Copolymers and Chromatographic Cross-Fractionation. [Gottfried Glöckner] -- The combination of size exclusion chromatography and gradient elution HPLC allows the analytical cross-fractionation of polymers. The author has contributed substantially to the development and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: 1 Introduction.- About the Aims and Methods of Cross Fractionation.- Classical Cross-Fractionation.- Cross Fractionation Including Size Exclusion Chromatography.- SEC Analysis of Fractions Obtained by .

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Gradient HPLC of Copolymers and Chromatographic Cross-Fractionation by Gottfried Glöckner; 1 edition; First published in Literally, the term chromatographic cross-fractionation refers to any combination of chromatographic methods capable of evaluating the distribution in size and composition of copolymers. The present pages are intended to give an overview on CCF methods which are susceptible of by: Because this Gradient HPLC of Copolymers and Chromatographic Cross-Fractionation is an unordinary book that the inside of the publication waiting for you to snap that but latter it will surprise you with the secret the item inside. High performance liquid chromatography is widely used for isolation and purification of biopolymers and analysis of additives in complex polymer formulations. Gradient hplc of Copolymers and Author: Yefim Brun.

This paper deals with CF of synthetic copolymers by the combination of SEC and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The method is similar to * Present address: Duphar B.V., Research Laboratories, Weesp, The Netherlands. /87/$ c Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. G. GLOCKNER, J. H. M. VAN DEN BERG "coupled-column Cited by: Gradient HPLC of Copolymers and Chromatographic Cross-Fractionation. Thus it may be forgiven that a book on copolymer HPLC has been written not by a trained chromatographer but by someone from the polymer side. - References.- 9 Separation of Copolymers by Composition through Gradient High-Performance Liquid Chromatography.- Author: Gottfried Glöckner. Chromatographic cross-fractionation (CCF) applies high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) to the task in order to make it less time-consuming Z. Cross fractionation by solubility effects requires two solvent/non-solvent systems which separate in two different directions (at best, almost at right angles to each other).Cited by:   Gradient HPLC of Copolymers and Chromatographic Cross-Fractionation Gottfried Glöckner "The problems involved in separating complex macromolecules require under standing not only the chromatographic process but also the physicochemical behavior of the solutes.".