The first book to focus entirely on reactions for analyte detection and characterization, Reaction Detection in Liquid Chromatography depicts off- and on-line, pre- and post-column approaches that have been successfully used for many classes of compounds, both organic and inorganic, in high performance liquid chromatography. The book gives special attention to methods and instrumentation associated with post-column reaction detection, discussing theory, background, principles, and equations ... and also highlights major areas of reaction chemistry, such as immobilized (or solution) enzymatic reactions, homogenous solution chemistry, photochemical derivation, pairedion reagents, solid phase and solid supported reagents, and reactions for inorganic species. In addition, Reaction Detection in Liquid Chromatography details the efficiencies of the various reactions surveyed ... forecasts how the utility of each reaction is likely to be enhanced by new research ... and gives data that will allow the reader to reproduce reaction-detection approaches for new analytes and samples. Reaction Detection in Liquid Chromatography is essential reading for analytical, bioanalytical, quality control, and research and development chemists. It also comprises a fine reference for analysts involved in development and applications of liquid chromatography for specific qualitative and quantitative analyte identification; and in-house, professional seminars. Book jacket.With this exchange reaction it was possible to detect this wide variety of metal ions without any interference from dissolved oxygen. In a later report  , Takata et al. studied the exchange reaction with Hg(II)-EDTA or DTPA as the basis of a PCR coulomet- ric detector for metal ions; the ... The PCR system used here is not suitable for HPLC due to its large dead volume (8 ml) ; however, it does illustrateanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reaction Detection in Liquid Chromatography|
|Author||:||Ira S. Krull|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1986-08-26|