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Title: Biased cyclical electrical field-flow fractionation for separation of submicron particles
Authors: Mathuros Ornthai
Atitaya Siripinyanond
Bruce K. Gale
Mahidol University
University of Utah
Huachiew Chalermprakiet University
Keywords: Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology;Chemistry
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2016
Citation: Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. Vol.408, No.3 (2016), 855-863
Abstract: © 2015 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. The potential of biased cyclical electrical field-flow fractionation (BCyElFFF), which applies the positive cycle voltage longer than the negative cycle voltage, for characterization of submicron particles, was investigated. Parameters affecting separation and retention such as voltage, frequency, and duty cycle were examined. The results suggest that the separation mechanism in BCyElFFF in many cases is more related to the size of particles, as is the case with normal ElFFF, in the studied conditions, than the electrophoretic mobility, which is what the theory predicts for CyElFFF. However, better resolution was obtained when separating using BCyElFFF mode than when using normal CyElFFF. BCyElFFF was able to demonstrate simultaneous baseline separations of a mixture of 0.04-, 0.1-, and 0.2-μm particles and near separation of 0.5-μm particles. This study has shown the applicability of BCyElFFF for separation and characterization of submicron particles greater than 0.1-μm in size, which had not been demonstrated previously. The separation and retention results suggest that for particles of this size, retention is based more on particle size than on electrophoretic mobility, which is contrary to existing theory for CyElFFF.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/43219
ISSN: 16182650
16182642
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