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In frontal analysis, the mobile phase introduces the sample continuously onto the column (or the sample is the mobile phase) until eventually the column is saturated with the sample and the component with the lowest afRnity for the stationary phase is displaced from the column by sample components of greater afRnity. When the zone of pure component has completely exited the column it is followed by a mixture containing the next component, and so on. Frontal analysis can be used to obtain thermodynamic data from chromatographic measurements and to isolate a less strongly retained trace component from a major component.
Newer designs discharge to an internal chamber where the discharge is pumped out as a product stream. 1 m. Applica- Figure 12 Schematic of a cylindrical-bowl centrifuge. ) 36 I / CENTRIFUGATION / Derivatization Figure 13 Schematic of a horizontal continuous-conveyer centrifuge. ) biotechnology and food sectors for clarifying, classifying, dewatering and thickening applications. Tubular centrifuges These centrifuges utilize a vertically mounted, imperforate cylindrical-bowl design to process feed streams with a low solids content.
Z0, measured from the sample application position, (15RF50), as illustrated in Figure 4. RF)/RF. Peak Shape Models Figure 4 Calculation of the RF value in planar chromatography. ZX distance moved by the sample from the sample origin; Z0, distance between the solvent entry position and the sample origin; Zf, distance between the solvent entry position and the solvent front. characteristic physical properties of either the solute or the mobile and stationary phases. The position of a peak in the chromatogram is made up of two contributions: (1) the time (or volume of mobile phase) required by a compound that does not interact with the stationary phase to reach the detector from the sample inlet, called the column hold-up time or dead time; and (2) the time that individual compounds spend in the stationary phase (all compounds spend the same time in the mobile phase).
Chromatography Encyclopedia of Separation Science Elsevier by Wilson I., Poole C., Cooke M.