Countercurrent chromatography: apparatus, theory, and applications
This book is the first to satisfy the rapidly growing demand for detailed information on the technique of countercurrent chromatography. It covers comprehensively this modern method, which is of interest to natural scientists in many fields. Both the development of instrumentation for CCC and its application to chemical, biological and other separations are treated in-depth. Handy feature: Since the chapters are self-contained, they may be read as independent units.
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What Is Countercurrent Chromatography?
Conceptual Summary of Countercurrent Chromatography 5
The Evolution of Countercurrent Chromatography
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