ion-exclusion chromatography

ion-exclusion chromatography

[′ī‚än iks‚klü·zhən ‚krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
Chromatography in which the adsorbent material is saturated with the same mobile ions (cationic or anionic) as are present in the sample-carrying eluent (solvent), thus repelling the similar sample ions.
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The topics include a new perspective on retention processes in ion-exclusion chromatography, the ion chromatography analysis of aminoglycoside antibiotics, analyzing pharmaceuticals for authenticity and adulteration, two-dimensional ion chromatography for simultaneously determining amino acids and carbohydrates, and analyzing biological products.
Ion-exclusion chromatography combined with ICP-MS and hydride generation ICP-MS for the determination of arsenic species in biological matrices.