Handout15A-Chem - CEM 834 CHEMICAL SEPARATIONS TABLE 1:...

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CEM 834 CHEMICAL SEPARATIONS FALL 2005 TABLE 1: Classification of separation techniques according to J.C. Giddings with respect to the chemical potential gradient (c, d, cd) and flow (S, F(=), F(+)) properties. c d cd S ELECTROPHORESIS ISOELECTRIC FOCUSSING ISOTACHOPHORESIS EVAPORATION DISTILLATION CRYSTALLIZATION EXTRACTION DIALYSIS ADSORPTION ION EXCHANGE ELECTRODEPOSITION ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATION ELECTRODIALYSIS F(=) COUNTERCURRENT ELECTROPHORESIS ELUTRIATION FILTRATION ULTRAFILTRATION ZONE MELTING REVERSE OSMOSIS ELECTRO–FILTRATION F(+) HYPERLAYER FIELD–FLOW FRACTIONATION CHROMATOGRAPHY COUNTERCURRENT DISTRIBUTION FRACTIONAL DISTILLATION FIELD–FLOW FRACTIONATION
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FIGURE 1: Schematic diagram of a capillary electrophoresis system. FIGURE 2: Separation of 35 Cl and 37 Cl isomers by capillary zone electrophoresis. From L.D. Rothman, Dow Chemical Company, unpublished research. 2
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3: Separation of poly(uridine 5′-phosphate) by capillary electrophoresis with 6% polyacrylamide gel. From H.F. Yin, J.A. Lux, and G. Schomburg, J. High Resolut. Chromatogr. 13 , 624 (1990). 3
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