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By Brian S. Middleditch

ISBN-10: 0444871586

ISBN-13: 9780444871589

This encyclopaedic catalogue of the pitfalls and difficulties that each one analysts come upon of their paintings is destined to spend extra time at the analyst's workbench than on a library shelf. the writer has committed the publication to ``the innumerable scientists who made blunders, used impure chemical compounds and solvents, suffered the implications of unanticipated side-reactions, and have been in a different way uncovered to mayhem but have been too embarrassed to submit their findings''. usually, the mass spectroscopist or gasoline chromatographer learnt his exchange by way of partaking in a 4-6 12 months apprenticeship as graduate pupil and post-doctoral researcher. usually, no formal education used to be supplied at the issues that get it wrong, yet this data used to be accrued through sharing within the stories of work-mates. these days, many beginner scientists easily buy a automated device, plug it in, and use it. a lot time might be wasted in learning and resolving difficulties as a result of artifacts and there's additionally a robust probability that artifacts should not famous as such

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R. B61anger (1), J. R. 1 I N T R O D U C T I O N High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) was developed in the early 1960's. Today it has grown into an essential tool for the modern analytical laboratory and it has replaced gas chromatography (GC) for a variety of analyses. HPLC is a technique that is usually covered in undergraduate courses devoted to instrumental analytical methods. In its applications to food analysis, the technique has gained increased acceptance mainly because it met two basic factors, namely: i) the need for a wide range of rapid analyses for nutrients; and ii) the need for methods that can be easily automated.

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In this case, water is used as the mobile phase. However, many non-polar bonded phases are too hydrophobic to be used with water alone, therefore, supports prepared by bonding C~s, Cs, C~ or phenyl ligates to Sepharose or polyamide coated silica have been developed. This type of chromatography is called hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC). The hydrophobic interaction between bioanalytes and the stationary phase is increased at high ionic strengths, thus, by decreasing ionic strength gradient, gradient elutions can be achieved.

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