Unified Separation Science
Unifies the complex welter of techniques used for chemical separations by clearly formulating the concepts that are common to them. The mass transport phenomena underlying all separation processes are developed in a simple physical-mathematical form. The limitations and optimum performance of alternative separation techniques and the factors enhancing and limiting separation power can thus be described and explored. Generously illustrated and contains numerous exercises. Long awaited in the scientific community, it breaks new ground in understanding separation processes.
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Driving Force for Separative
Flow Transport and Viscous Phenomena
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Anal applied assume average axis basic capillary centrifugation channel Chapter Chem chemical potential Chromatogr component peaks constant convection coordinate density described diffusion coefficient displacement distance distribution effective electroosmotic flow electrophoresis elution entropy equation equilibrium expression factor field field-flow fractionation flow velocity fluid forces friction coefficient gas chromatography Gaussian zone gradient increases isoelectric focusing isoelectric points J. C. Giddings layer length liquid chromatography M. N. Myers mechanism migration mobile phase mole molecules motion nonequilibrium overlap P. R. Brown packed bed parameters partitioning peak capacity plate height pore pressure proportional random walk ratio reduced regions relative resolution retention sample Section sedimentation separation methods separation systems shows simple solute solvent space species stationary phase steady-state steps Stokes law subtechniques supercritical fluid techniques temperature term theoretical plates thermodynamics tion transport tube viscosity volume wall York zonal zone broadening zone spreading