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By K.D. Bartle, P. Meyers

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Pressures of up to 100 psi can be applied to both ends of the capillary to suppress bubble formation. Electrokinetic injections can be performed by applying up to 10 kV for a specified time. Hydrodynamic injections can also be made by applying a pressure of 100 psi to the inlet vial. The MDQ uses a recirculating liquid coolant system, which has a working range of 15 to 60 "C. Detection is either by diode - 30 Chapter 2 array (190-600 nm) or ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) using standard filters of 200,214,254, and 280 nm, or 190-600 nm with custom filter options.

Grushka, Anal. , 1970, 42, 1142. 50. P. -T. M. Lubman, Anal. , 1998,70, 3003. 51. L. J. D. Bartle, ‘Open Tubular Column Gas Chromatography’, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1984. 52. M. P. M. W. D. A. Clifford, P. R. M. Johnson, Chronzutogruphiu, 1996, 43, 313. CHAPTER 2 The Capillary Electrochromatograph NORMAN W. SMITH 1 Introduction Electrochromatography can be performed using standard commercial capillary zone electrophoresis (CZE) equipment or equipment that has been selfassembled. e. the analyses were being carried out at < 20 kV often at below ambient temperature (1 5-20 T ) .

An HPLC column packing pump (which is a pressure intensifier pump) or a HPLC pump. This is achieved by removing the capillary plus cell from the instrument and connecting them to the pumping system using a 1/16” union and a 1/16’’ Vespel ferrule. When the column packing pump is used, the operating pressure is usually set to about 6000 psi, and water is pumped through the system. With the HPLC pump the flow of water is usually set such that the back pressure remained below the upper pressure limit of the pump.

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