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제115회 대한화학회 학술발표회, 총회 및 기기전시회 안내 Sequential injection - capillary electrophoresis: Fundamental design and applications

2015년 2월 16일 10시 03분 15초
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분석화학 - Recent Trends in Separation Analysis I: Fundamentals
저자 및
Michael Charles Breadmore, Daniel Gstoettenmayer, Adam J Gaudry, Ala Alhusban, Joan Marc Cabot, Leile Ranjbar, Hong Heng See, Petr Smjekal*
School of Chemistry, University of Tasmania, Australia, Austria
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Traditional capillary electrophoresis instrumentals operate in the batch mode: the capillary is transferred from one vial to another for flushing, injection and separation. This is advantageous because of the flexibility and level of automated throughput that can be achieved, particularly for method development and optimisation. However, it is also limited in the ability to couple with other processes streams. Flow-based systems offer an alternative instrument design that makes it easier to achieve regular and routine monitoring of a particular sample as a function of time. Here, the construction and capabilities of a number of flow-based capillary electrophoresis systems based on sequential injection will be discussed. Unique to this design is the ability to efficiently inject all ions from a specific sample volume under stacking conditions to provide superior detection limits. Applications of these systems for water monitoring, cell cultures and for homemade explosives will be discussed.