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Publicly Available Published by De Gruyter April 30, 2018

Terminology of separation methods (IUPAC Recommendations 2017)

From the journal Chemistry International

Tatiana A. Maryutina, Elena Yu. Savonina, Petr S. Fedotov, Roger M. Smith, Heli Siren and D. Brynn Hibbert

Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2018Volume 90, Issue 1, pp. 181–231

This chapter contains terms and definitions of concepts relating to analytical aspects of separation. Most of the terms have been drawn from papers published in Pure and Applied Chemistry. A number of new sections and terms have been included, using terms proposed as definitions in the literature. To complete these areas, a number of new terms have been proposed for acceptance.

The capitalization of previously accepted terms has been corrected to bring them up to date with current practice. Terms have also been amended, in certain cases, to link the definitions specifically to chromatography “(in chromatography)”. In a few cases, minor changes have been made to include both LC and GC in a term, or to reflect significant changes in practice, such as the universal change from chart recorders to electronic integration.

This Recommendation is part of the update of the Orange Book [IUPAC project 2012-005-1-500] and will be the basis for a chapter in the forthcoming fourth edition.

Online erschienen: 2018-4-30
Erschienen im Druck: 2018-4-1

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