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Study of solid surface polarity by inverse gas chromatography at infinite dilution

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In the study of mesophase pitch-based carbon fibres and graphite powders, the application of previously recommended methods to study solid surface polarity by inverse gas chromatography at infinite dilution has failed. A new method based on the possibility of distinguishing the specific interaction component from the measurable total interactions by theoretical analysis of the dispersive interactions expressed as a function of molar deformation polarisation of molecules has therefore been developed.

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Dong, S., Brendlé, M. & Donnet, J.B. Study of solid surface polarity by inverse gas chromatography at infinite dilution. Chromatographia 28, 469–472 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02261062

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Key Words

  • Inverse gas chromatography
  • Carbon fibres and graphite
  • Specific interactions
  • Polarisability
  • Molar deformation polarisation