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Reprinted with permission from Ref. ) height for a given retention factor (k ϭ 1) according to Eq. (8) neglecting the resistance to mass transfer in the stationary phase . With capillaries packed with octadecyl silica gel, acetonitrile– aqueous buffer mobile phases, and retarded noncharged analytes, extremely high efficiencies have been obtained in the isocratic elution mode at moderate holdup times. Seifar et al.  investigated the impact of the particle size on the performance. 5 to 50 µm.
Also, automatization via the use of an (HPLC) autosampler is reported [37,125,145]. In Fig. 14 the separa- Fig. 14 CEC separation of phenylthiohydantoin amino acids with gradient elution. 55) gradient; voltage 10 kV; photometric detection at 210 nm; solutes in order of elution: formamide, PTH-asparagine, PTH-glutamine, PTH-threonine, PTH-glycine, PTH-alanine, PTH-tyrosine, PTH-valine, PTH-proline, PTH-tryptophan, PTH-phenylalanine, PTH-isoleucine, PTH-leucine. (Reprinted with permission from Ref.
13 Comparison of chromatograms obtained with (a) in-column and (b) on-column photometric detection (λ ϭ 230 nm). Separation of alkyl benzoates (identical samples). 3) 1 ϭ thiourea, 2 ϭ methyl benzoate, 3 ϭ ethyl benzoate, 4 ϭ phenyl benzoate, 5 ϭ benzyl benzoate, 6 ϭ p-tolyl benzoate, 7 ϭ butyl benzoate, 8 ϭ iso-pentyl benzoate. (Reprinted with permission from Ref. ) 36 / Pyell ent change in peak-height ratios is due to the dependence of the described enhancement effect on the retention factor.