Journal of Separation Science

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August 2012

Volume 35, Issue 16

Pages 2003–2151

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    4. Contents
    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques
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      Separations using a porous-shell pillar array column on a capillary LC instrument (J. Sep. Science 35'16)

      Wim De Malsche, Selm De Bruyne, Jeff Op De Beeck, Sebastiaan Eeltink, Frederik Detobel, Han Gardeniers and Gert Desmet

      Article first published online: 16 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201270121

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      A 9 cm silicon long pillar array containing 5 μm diameter silicon pillars cladded with a meso-porous silica layer with a thickness of 300 nm was directly interfaced to a capillary LC instrument, yielding protein digest peak capacities of up to 150.

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    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques
    1. Separation of peptides with an aqueous mobile phase by temperature-responsive chromatographic column (J. Sep. Science 35'16)

      Rongji Dai, Zongjian Liu, Yanli Liang, Fangfang Geng, Chen Ge, Kaleem Ullah, Fang Lv, Yukui Zhang and Yulin Deng

      Article first published online: 16 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201270122

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      A thermoresponsive chromatographic material was prepared through a simple method and employed for the temperature-modulated separation of peptides in an aqueous mobile phase. At 10°C, the grafted polymer chains are hydrophilic and in the form of extended coil. In this case, the peptides were unable to be separated and showed a single peak in chromatograms. In contrast, the polymer is hydrophobic and in the form of collapsed globule at 50°C. In this case, the peptides were completely separated because of the enhanced hydrophobic interaction of peptides and stationary phase.

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    5. Liquid Chromatography
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      Contents: J. Sep. Science 35'16

      Article first published online: 16 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201270123

  4. Liquid Chromatography

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    4. Contents
    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques
    1. Separations using a porous-shell pillar array column on a capillary LC instrument (pages 2010–2017)

      Wim De Malsche, Selm De Bruyne, Jeff Op De Beeck, Sebastiaan Eeltink, Frederik Detobel, Han Gardeniers and Gert Desmet

      Article first published online: 2 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200279

    2. Improvement in determination of isothiocyanates using high-temperature reversed-phase HPLC (pages 2026–2031)

      Eli Adjélé Wilson, Saïd Ennahar, Eric Marchioni, Martine Bergaentzlé and Françoise Bindler

      Article first published online: 2 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200071

    3. Analysis of fluoroquinolones in animal feeds by liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection (pages 2048–2053)

      Sílvia Borràs, Juan-Gabriel Ríos-Kristjánsson, Ramon Companyó and Maria-Dolors Prat

      Article first published online: 10 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200302

    4. Quality evaluation of Semen Cassiae (Cassia obtusifolia L.) by using ultra-high performance liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (pages 2054–2062)

      Wei-dong Zhang, Ying Wang, Qing Wang, Wan-jun Yang, Yi Gu, Rong Wang, Xiao-mei Song and Xiao-juan Wang

      Article first published online: 2 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200009

    5. Separation of peptides with an aqueous mobile phase by temperature-responsive chromatographic column (pages 2069–2074)

      Zongjian Liu, Yanli Liang, Fangfang Geng, Chen Ge, Kaleem Ullah, Fang Lv, Rongji Dai, Yukui Zhang and Yulin Deng

      Article first published online: 2 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200247

  5. Gas Chromatography

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    4. Contents
    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques
  6. Electro Driven Separations

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    4. Contents
    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques
  7. Sample Preparation

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    3. Back Cover Picture
    4. Contents
    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques
  8. Other Techniques

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    2. Cover Picture
    3. Back Cover Picture
    4. Contents
    5. Liquid Chromatography
    6. Gas Chromatography
    7. Electro Driven Separations
    8. Sample Preparation
    9. Other Techniques

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