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By Jay Bailey, James Bailey, David F. Ollis

Biochemical Engineering basics, 2/e, combines modern engineering technological know-how with appropriate organic strategies in a entire creation to biochemical engineering. The organic heritage supplied permits scholars to realize the key difficulties in biochemical engineering and formulate potent options.

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The above two optimization approaches have different effects on the cost of preparative chromatography. Efficiency is increased by decreasing the particle diameter of the stationary phase. However, then the costs of the phase rapidly increase, along with the costs of the equipment, which needs to be more pressure-stable for operation with smaller particle diameters. It is, therefore, worth looking for systems with optimized selectivities. 46): ! 0 versus the selectivity. 2 the necessary plate numbers are very high.

Instead of the retention time, it is often useful to consider the retention volume, which is obtained by multiplying tR,i with the volumetric flow rate. In the case of symmetrical peak shapes, the retention time can be determined from the peak maximum. For well-packed columns symmetrical peaks should be achieved as long as the amounts injected into the column are small, restricting the concentrations to the linear range of the adsorption isotherms. If increased amounts of substances are injected, that is, in the nonlinear range of the adsorption isotherms, the peaks are often distorted and asymmetrical.

Chromatographic behavior is determined by the specific interactions of all single components present in the system with the mobile and stationary phases. 1). In laboratory practice a chromatographic system suitable to solve a given separation problem is selected by a process typically called method development. According to the state of aggregation of the fluid phase, chromatographic systems can be divided into several categories. If the fluid phase is gaseous, the process is called gas chromatography (GC).

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