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Interference theory: Moment solution for two component adsorption chromatography

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Moment analysis is used to study two component perturbation chromatography with linear non-equilibrium adsorption. The interference between components is included through the adsorption equilibrium. In this work, the expressions for the first and second moments of two component pertubations have been obtained for the first time. They are just the vectorization of those for the single component system, and they clearly show the interference between components. These results could be applied to establish an experimental procedure to measure adsorption equilibrium and kinetic data.

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Zhong, G.M., Meunier, F. & Guiochon, G. Interference theory: Moment solution for two component adsorption chromatography. Chromatographia 36, 289–292 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02263879

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Key Words

  • Multicomponent chromatography
  • Interference
  • Nonequilibrium adsorption
  • Moment analysis and solution
  • Matrix diagonalization
  • Suggested experimental procedure