Theory and principles of interaction chromatography


This chapter discuss theories that can help in understanding the separation of macromolecules in interaction chromatography. Beginning with an overview of the general framework of theories that can explain the separation mechanism in liquid chromatography, the author then focuses on computational studies that examine several applications of interaction chromatography to analyze block copolymers and ring polymers. The results are presented to illustrate the principles behind interaction chromatography, especially the liquid chromatography at the critical condition (LCCC).

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