By Phyllis R. Brown, Eli Grushka
An up to date reference, delivering an cutting edge viewpoint on breakthroughs in separation technology, equivalent to reverse-phase HPLC, advances in hyphenation, and linear dependence of relative retention values at the nature of the service fuel and regular column strain in gas-liquid chromatography.
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They demonstrated that condensation nucleation light-scattering detection is a sensitive and universal detection method for CEC. Qi et al.  highlighted the potential of thermooptical absorbance detection as an attractive alternative to classical absorbance detection, interfacing a CEC system with an ultraviolet laser-based thermooptical absorbance detector. High detection limits because of small detection volumes or low mass load can still be regarded as the Achilles’ heel of CEC, if not only the solution of a separation problem but also the achievement of low detection limits is needed to solve a specific analytical problem.
They interpreted this observation as follows: ‘‘The following segment has a higher electroosmotic mobility than the preceding segment. ’’ This interpretation is corroborated in a theoretical study by Rathore and Horva´th . Rathore and Horva´th studied the interface of the packed and open segments of a semipacked CEC column and discontinuities associated. They show that in order to satisfy the mass conservation law, in most cases a ‘‘flow-equalizing intersegmental pressure,’’ which is different from the pressure at the two ends of the column, develops at the interface of the packed and open segments.
Reprinted with permission from Ref. ) height for a given retention factor (k ϭ 1) according to Eq. (8) neglecting the resistance to mass transfer in the stationary phase . With capillaries packed with octadecyl silica gel, acetonitrile– aqueous buffer mobile phases, and retarded noncharged analytes, extremely high efficiencies have been obtained in the isocratic elution mode at moderate holdup times. Seifar et al.  investigated the impact of the particle size on the performance. 5 to 50 µm.