1. Theory of Chromatography (V.L. McGuffin).
Resolution. Principles of solute-zone dispersion.
Principles of solute-zone separation.
Optimization of chromatographic separations.
2. Column Liquid Chromatography (R.M. Smith).
Equipment for liquid-phase separations. Stationary-phase materials. Detection. Separation methods.
Liquid chromatography in sample preparation.
3. Affinity Chromatography (F.B. Anspach).
Affinity interactions at solid interfaces.
4. Ion chromatography (C.A. Lucy, P. Hatsis).
Selectivity in ion chromatography.
5. Size-exclusion Chromatography (J. Silberring et al.).
6. Planar Chromatography (Sz. Nyiredy).
Classification of planar chromatographic techniques.
Principles of planar chromatographic methods.
Principal factors in planar chromatography
Qualitative and quantitative analysis.
Preparative planar chromatography.
Special planar chromatographic techniques.
Comparison of various planar chromatographic techniques.
Trends in planar chromatography.
7. Electrokinetic chromatography (E. Kenndler, A. Rizzi).
Electro-osmotic flow in open and packed capillaries.
Electrochromatography with stationary phases.
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