The Field–Flow Fractionation Family: Underlying Principles (J. Giddings).
Retention–Normal Mode (M. Schure, et al.).
Band Broadening and Plate Height (J. Davis).
Resolution and Fractionating Power (M. Schimpf).
Steric Field–Flow Fractionation and the Steric Transition (K. Caldwell).
Optimization (M. Schimpf).
Physicochemical Measurements and Distributions from Field–Flow Fractionation (F. Dondi & M. Martin).
Electrical Field–Flow Fractionation (K. Caldwell).
Other Field–Flow Fractionation Techniques (J. Bigelow).
Sample Recovery (S. Ratanathanawongs–Williams & J. Giddings).
APPLICATIONS: INDUSTRIAL AND BIOMEDICAL.
Latexes and Emulsions (B. Barman).
Metal Particles (L. Oppenheimer, et al.).
Miscellaneous Submicrometer–Sized Particles (B. Barman).
Miscellaneous Particles1 m in Diameter (M. Moon).
Lipophilic Polymers (S. Lee).
Synthetic PolymersWater Soluble (M. Benincasa).
Protein Complexes and Lipoproteins (P. Li & M. Hansen).
Cell Separations (A. Lucas, et al.).
Overview of Environmental Applications (R. Beckett).
Characterization of Humic Substances (R. Beckett & M. Schimpf).
Aquatic Colloids (J. Ranville & R. Beckett).
Investigation of Pollutant–Particle Association (D. Murphy & R. Beckett).
Biological Particles of Environmental Interest (R. Sharma & R. Beckett).
"The goal of these 34 contributions is to provide a guide for first–time users of FFF by describing the four primary subtechniques, with specific examples and applications for each." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 24, No. 4, December 2000)