Further Reading

Brinkman UATh (1996) Multidimensionality: a hot topic.

Analusis 24: M12. Campins-Falco P, Hermez-Hernandez R and Sevillano-Cabeza A (1993) Column-switching techniques for highperformance liquid chromatography of drugs in biological samples. Journal of Chromatography 619: 177. Cortes HJ (ed.) (1990) Multidimensional Chromatography.

New York: Marcel Dekker. Deans DR (1968) Chromatographia 1: 18.

Freeman DH (1981) Review: Ultraselectivity through column switching and mode sequencing in liquid chromatography. Analytical Chemistry 53: 2.

Fried K and Wainer IW (1997) Column-switching techniques in the biomedical analysis of stereoisomeric drugs: why, how and when. Journal of Chromatography 689: 91.

Giddings JC (1967) Maximum number of components resolvable by gel filtration and other elution chromato-graphic methods. Analytical Chemistry 39: 1967.

Hermez Hernandez R, Campins Falco P and Sevillano Cabeza A (1996) On-line derivatization into precolumns for the determination of drugs by liquid chromatogra-phy and column switching: determination of amphetamines in urine. Analytical Chemistry 68: 734.

Holland IA and Jorgenson JW (1995) Separation of nanoliter samples of biological amines by a comprehensive two-dimensional microcolumn liquid chromato-graphy system. Analytical Chemistry 67: 3275.

Huber JFK, Van der Linden R, Ecker E and Oreans M (1973) Column switching in high pressure liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography 83: 267.

Krull IS, Deyl Z and Lingeman H (1994) General strategies and selection of derivatization reactions for liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis. Journal of Chromatography B 659: 1.

Murphy RE, Schure MR and Foley JP (1998) Effect of sampling rate on resolution in comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography. Analytical Chemistry 70: 1585.

Opiteck GJ, Lewis KC, Jorgenson JW and Anderegg RJ (1997) Comprehensive on-line LC/LC/MS of proteins. Analytical Chemistry 69: 1518.

Ramsteiner KA (1988) Systematic approach to column switching. Journal of Chromatography 456: 3.

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