Synthesis and Chromatographic Application of Bonded, Monomolecular Polymer Films on Silicic Supports
Through heat-treatment and exhaustive extraction with various solvents, a new type of chromatographic phase can be obtained from common GLC packings. It may be nominally considered a bonded, monomolecular polymer layer on either silica gel or diatomaceous earth supports. The characteristics of these highly deactivated phases are short retention times and the capability to separate polar, closely related substances in GC, and an improvement of resolution in LC.
W. A. Aue et al., "Synthesis and Chromatographic Application of Bonded, Monomolecular Polymer Films on Silicic Supports," Analytical Chemistry, American Chemical Society (ACS), Jan 1973.
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