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A further distinction is also possible in which discrimination can be obtained by a specific structural difference in interaction, either utilising or mimicking a biological difference. 1. Affinity methods Affinity chromatography is a long employed technique that uses the very specific interactions that occur between analytes and biological systems to specifically retain or trap compounds because the Fig. 12. 5 m OV1701 with an oven temperature programme of 2 8C / min from 30 to 200 8C . M.
11. GC–flame ionisation detection (FID) chromatograms from a packaging material with an unacceptable odour obtained by (a) headspace analysis (b) headspace SPME analysis. Reproduced from Ref. . a vent after a pre-column, large amounts of solvent can be vaporised prior to the main analytical columns but leaving a film on the pre-column wall which solvates the analyte [158–160]. As the evaporation ends, the vent is closed and the residual sample is chromatographed. The technique has been used to inject 100–200 ml or up to 500 ml of aqueous environmental samples.
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A Century of Chromatography and volume 1000 of the Journal of Chromatography