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Micellar selectivity triangle for classification of chemical selectivity in electrokinetic chromatography

Micellar selectivity triangle for classification of chemical selectivity in electrokinetic chromatography

MST Triangles for use with amphiphilic block copolymers. Acidity, basicity, polarizability parameters.

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May 01, 2012
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  1. Micellar selectivity triangle for classification of chemical selectivity in electrokinetic

    chromatography Cexiong Fu, Morteza G. Khaledi Kevin Kawchak Chemistry 591 4/7/2011
  2. Key Equations: Micellar selectivity triangle for classification of chemical selectivity

    in electrokinetic chromatography Cexiong Fu, Morteza G. Khaledi Solvent Selectivity Triangle: L.R. Snyder Data Collection: vV = hydrophobic/dispersion term bB=type A hydrogen bonding aA=type B hydrogen bonding sS=dipolarity eE=polarizability c=regression constant
  3. Normalized System Parameters a/v, b/v, s/v, e/v Micellar Systems Micellar

    selectivity triangle for classification of chemical selectivity in electrokinetic chromatography Cexiong Fu, Morteza G. Khaledi Introduction to Micellar Selectivity Triangle (MST) 1)HB acidity, HB basicity, Dipolarity 2) HB acidity, HB basicity, Polarizability 3) HB acidity, Dipolarity, Polarizability
  4. Applications - Polymers Micellar selectivity triangle for classification of chemical

    selectivity in electrokinetic chromatography Cexiong Fu, Morteza G. Khaledi Hydrophilic Solvent Hydrophobic Solvent Copolymer Chain Length Hydrophilic Solvent Hydrophobic Solvent PAA Chain Length Hydrophilic Solvent Hydrophobic Solvent
  5. Based off the need for chromatographers to organize molecular interaction

    constants into diagrams; what types of illustrations could be used to simplify your interests and/or area of research?
  6. Trial and Error Kevin Kawchak Chemistry 591 4/7/2011 www.kevinkawchak.com Large

    number of variables Possible methods of diagrams Solvent Reactant A % Conversion Reactant Product 1 Product 2 Product 3 Product 4 ….
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