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mobile phase

mobile phase

Isopropylammonium Formate as a Mobile Phase Modifier for Liquid Chromatography

Chromatographic Problems Related to Mobile Phase Degassing and Fluorescence Detection

Comparison of Different Retention Models in Normaland Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography with Binary Mobile Phases

Adsorption-Driven Retention in Normal-Phase Chromatography with Ternary Mobile Phases

Recovery of Proteins Affected by Mobile Phase Trifluoroacetic Acid Concentration in Reversed-Phase Chromatography

The Influence of Mobile Phase Demixion on Thin-Layer Chromatographic Enantioseparation of Ibuprofen and Naproxen

Mobile Phase Viscosity and Velocity Dependence on Protein Retention Using Nonequilibrium Chromatographic Techniques

Triflic Acid and Sodium Triflate as Chaotropic Mobile Phase Additives in RP-LC

Optimization of Mobile Phase Conditions for TLC Methods Used in Pharmaceutical Analyses

The pH and Mobile Phase Composition Effects Ochratoxin A Fluorescence at Liquid Chromatography

High-Performance Size Exclusion Chromatography Using Enhanced-Fluidity Liquid Mobile Phases

Investigation of Cyclam-Containing Mobile Phases for the Liquid Chromatographic Analysis of Tenidap

Relationship Between Retention Behavior of Substituted Benzene Derivatives and Properties of the Mobile Phase in RPLC

Calculated Log K ow as a Guide for Key-Set Mobile Phase Selection in Retention Prediction

Use of Micellar Mobile Phases for the Chromatographic Determination of Clorazepate, Diazepam, and Diltiazem in Pharmaceuticals

Influence of Mobile Phase Composition on Retention Factors in Different HPLC Systems with Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases

Effect of Ionic Liquid Additives to Mobile Phase on Separation and System Efficiency for HPLC of Selected Alkaloids on Different Stationary Phases

 

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The phase that moves in a chromatographic system; it can include the portion of the starting sample present in this phase at any given time.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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