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Ion-Exchange Chromatography

  • N. K. Boardman
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Part of the Modern Methods of Plant Analysis / Moderne Methoden der Pflanzenanalyse book series (PFLANZENANAL., volume 5)

Abstract

Chromatographic methods using either the synthetic ion-exchange resins or other ion-exchange materials are widely used for the separation of many classes of ionized or ionizable substances. Substances of both high and low molecular weight have been successfully chromatographed on ion-exchange materials. Ion-exchange chromatography is useful both for preparative and analytical work, but it is particularly suitable for analytical work with complex mixtures of ionizable substances, where separation of the individual components is frequently a prerequisite to their quantitative determination by standard procedures. Ion-exchange resins may also be used to separate the non-ionized or neutral substances in an extract from the ionized components.

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Polymethacrylic Acid Displacement Chromatography Basic Resin Displacement Development Ambient Phase 
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