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Retention Mechanism for Ion-Pair Chromatography with Chaotropic Reagents: From Ion-Pair Chromatography toward a Unified Salt Chromatography, T. Cecchi Chronological Description of the Retention Modeling in IPC Renewed Interest in Inorganic Ionic Additives in the RP-HPLC of Ionogenic Analytes Stoichiometric Approaches to Chaotropic Chromatography Development of the First Thermodynamic Theoretical Model of Salt Chromatography Practical Impact of Chaotropic Chromatography Urgent Research Needs and Suggestions Mechanistic Aspects of Chiral Recognition on Protein-Based Stationary Phases, J. Haginaka Basic Principles of Chiral Recognition on a Protein Chiral Recognition Mechanism on Protein-Based Stationary Phases List of Abbreviations Mechanistic Aspects and Applications of Chiral Ligand-Exchange Chromatography, B. Natalini, R. Sardella, A. Macchiarulo, M. Marinozzi, E. Camaioni, and R. Pellicciari Thermodynamic Enantioselectivity in CLEC Systems Kinetic Enantioselectivity Reciprocity of Chiral Recognition in CLEC Systems Secondary Equilibria in CLEC Systems Relevant Factors Influencing the Chromatographic Behavior of Amino Acids in CLEC Covalently Bound Chiral Stationary Phases (B-CSPs) Coated Chiral Stationary Phases (C-CSPs) Chiral Mobile Phases (CMPs) Computational Approaches in Chiral Ligand-Exchange Chromatography List of Abbreviations Glycosylation Analysis of Proteins, Proteoglycans, and Glycolipids Using Capillary Electrophoresis and Mass Spectrometry, A.D. Zamfir, C. Flangea, F. Altmann, and A. M. Rizzi Pretreatment Strategies for Glycoconjugate Analysis General Technical Considerations Regarding CE-MS Hyphenation and MS/MS of Oligosaccharides Glycoproteins Glycosaminoglycans Glycolipids Oligonucleotide Adducts as Biomarkers for DNA Damages: Analysis by Mass Spectrometry Coupled to Separation Methods, Q.Liao and P. Vouros Analysis of DNA Adducts by Mass Spectrometry Quantitative In Silico Analysis of the Specificity of Graphitized (Graphitic) Carbons, T. Hanai Specificity of Graphitized Carbons Calculation of Molecular Interaction Energy Values Selectivity of Graphitized Carbon in Nonaqueous System Selectivity of Graphitized Carbon Columns in Aqueous Phase Stereo Selectivity of Graphitized Carbon Synthesis of Graphitized Carbon for Chromatography Applications Application of Column-Switching Methods in HPLC for Evaluating Pharmacokinetic Parameters, H. J. Lee and K.-B. Kim Applications of Column Switching Principles of Column-Switching Technique Column-Switching HPLC Configuration Application of Column-Switching HPLC Method for Analysis of Compounds in Biological Matrices Chromatographic Procedures in a Regulated Environment, T. P. Tougas Application of Chromatography in Pharmaceutical Product Development and Commercialization Validation of Analytical Procedures Method Transfer The Use of Novel Materials as Solid-Phase Extractors for Chromatographic Analysis, K. Pyrzynska Bonded-Phase Silica Sorbents Polymeric Materials Carbonaceous Materials Restricted Access Materials Immunosorbents Molecularly Imprinted Polymers Thin-Layer and High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatographic Analysis of Biological Samples, J. Sherma and B. Fried Materials and Techniques Applications of TLC and HPTLC for Analysis of Biological Samples Future Prospects Index
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