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Describes the thermodynamics and kinetics underlying hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins.
Outlines use of a kinetic model in the predictive modeling of evaporation processes that eliminates the need to know the composition and identity of the chemical constituents in the sample.
Explores building and employing QSRR models in cyclodextrin modified high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
Reviews chemometric methods commonly paired with comprehensive 2D separations and key instrumental and preprocessing considerations.