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by Kiyokatsu Jinno

  • Author: Kiyokatsu Jinno
  • ISBN: 0854045201
  • ISBN13: 978-0854045204
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry; 1 edition (January 4, 2001)
  • Pages: 198
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The contribution of Liquid Chromatography to the separation of fullerenes and s . A plausible reaction mechanism, which includes fullerene oxide intermediates detected by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS), has been proposed.

A plausible reaction mechanism, which includes fullerene oxide intermediates detected by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS), has been proposed. KeywordsFullerene–fullerenol–hydroxyl group–nanoparticle–water solubility.

Separation of Fullerenes by Liquid Chromatography

Separation of Fullerenes by Liquid Chromatography. Jinno K, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan Terence Wan, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong John Fetzer, Fetzpahs Consulting, USA Hardback 198 pages ISBN 9780854045204 1999 6. 5. uk USA and Canada Please contact: Ingram Publisher Services Customer Service, Box 631 14 Ingram Blvd La Vergne, TN 37086, USA Tel: +1 (866) 400.

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Start by marking Separation of Fullerenes by Liquid Chromatography as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Uniquely devoted to separation techniques, this book describes the different stationary phases currently used which can isolate fullerenes by liquid chromatography, and the challenges of finding or developing new stationary phases. Also discussed is the extension of the separation technique to large scale preparations, enabling scientists to obtain considerable quantities of fullerenes from one chromatographic run.

Jinno, Kiyokatsu, 1945-.

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The separation of fullerenes with a monomeric octadecylsilica bonded phase using n-hexane or toluene/methanol mobile phase systems is described. Column liquid chromatography Fullerenes On-line and off-line identification.

Combining computational and theoretical techniques with advanced chromatographic methods offers a.Quantitative In Silico Chromatography: Computational Modelling of Molecular Interactions Author: Toshihiko Hanai.

Combining computational and theoretical techniques with advanced chromatographic methods offers a powerful tool for quantitatively determining molecular interactions. This book presents the possibilities for characterising biological applications by combining analytical and computational chemistries. Written by the author of HPLC: A Practical Guide (RSC, 1999), the book examines not only the behaviour of biological reactions per se, but also describes the behaviour of biological molecules in chromatography systems.

Since 1970, when their existence was first predicted, fullerenes have attracted the attention of scientists in a wide variety of scientific fields. Numerous different compounds are needed to evaluate and estimate their chemical and physical properties, thus the isolation and purification of fullerenes and their derivatives from carbon soot mixtures is a key process. Separation of Fullerenes contains the most up-to-date innovations from the world's leaders in their rapidly developing field. Uniquely devoted to separation techniques, this book describes the different stationary phases currently used which can isolate fullerenes by liquid chromatography, and the challenges of finding or developing new stationary phases. Also discussed is the extension of the separation technique to large scale preparations, enabling scientists to obtain considerable quantities of fullerenes from one chromatographic run. The use of fullerenes as the stationary phase is also described. Covering C60, C70 and higher than C70 fullerenes, this book will be welcomed by graduates and researchers in many areas of chemistry.
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