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CH 4150 - Separation Methods


A development of methods for laboratory-scale separations driven by distribution equilibria or by external fields is introduced. The fundamental principles that govern separation at the molecular level are discussed. Also covered are the theory of chromatographic retention; instrumentation required for gas, liquid, and supercritical fluid chromatography; as well as electrophoretic techniques. The application of theory and instrumentation to the development of methods is stressed.

Prerequisite(s): Biomedical Instrumentation or Instrumental Analysis.

1 hour lecture and 2 hours Laboratory
2 credits



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