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According to their calculations, 5–10 times higher plate numbers per column are achievable using CEC compared with those obtained using capillary HPLC. It has to be emphasized that increasing the electroosmotic mobility is an important parameter to increase the maximum plate number for a real column in CEC. D. Extracolumn Band Broadening In CEC the following extracolumn band-broadening contributions have to be taken into consideration: sample injection, detection, and data processing. With instrumentation designed for capillary electrophoresis, no significant band broadening due to detection and data processing is expected for CEC.
5 Flow profiles generated by (a) hydrodynamic flow, (b) electroosmosis in two capillaries (1) and (2) of different inner diameter (velocities of liquid segments are represented by arrows). III. THEORY A. ’’ No studies are available concerning the accuracy of those measurements. ’’ Generally, the so-determined linear velocity is treated as an equivalent of the electroosmotic velocity veo. However, in the case of on-column detection (open section of the capillary behind the chromatographic bed, see Fig.
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.