Capillary Electrophoresis of Small Molecules and Ions

  • ID: 2172561
  • Book
  • 298 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Capillary electrophoresis is a relatively new technique for analytical chemists. Its importance is increasing. This book offers a first–of–its–kind, much needed, unbiased introduction to CE, focusing mainly on the applications of CE to small molecules, in such a way as to make CE thoroughly understandable and clear. The authors have considerable authority in the field. Over years, the authors have developed and evaluated many CE methods and assembled huge quantities of data, which are presented in this book in a clear, comprehensible and easy–to–use fashion. The authors provide a critical interpretation of selected industrial applications of CE rather than a mere listing of relevant information. This book is an essential tool for every analytical chemist with an interest in CE, at every level of professional involvement with the technique and at every level of study in the chemistry curriculum.
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From the Contents:

Organic Synthesis on Silicate Surfaces

Introduction/

Organic Reactions on Zeolite/

Organic Reactions on Clay Montmorillonite

Clay as Potential Catalyst Material

Introduction/

Clay Compounds as Inorganic Polymers/

Catalytic Efficiency–determining Factors of Clay/

New Catalytic Aspects of Synthetic Clays

Heteropoly Acid as Multifunctional Catalyst

Introduction/

Fundamental Chemistry of Heteropoly Acid/

Acid Catalysis/

Modifying Functions of

Heteropoly Anion on Transition Metal Catalysis
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P. Jandik
Günther Bonn
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