Progress in planar electrochromatography

Dzido, Tadeusz H.; Płocharz, Paweł W.; Ślązak, Piotr; Hałka, Aneta
July 2008
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jul2008, Vol. 391 Issue 6, p2111
Academic Journal
Developments in planar electrochromatography in open (PEC) and closed (PPEC) systems are reviewed. The discussion focuses on progress in chamber construction for planar electrochromatography, separating system performance, equilibration of the PPEC process, separation time and selectivity, and the general advantages, disadvantages and prospects of this separation mode.


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