Further Reading

Bushey MM and Jorgenson JW (1990) Automated instrumentation for comprehensive two-dimensional highperformance liquid chromatography of proteins. Analytical Chemistry 62: 161.

Cortes H (ed.) (1990) Multidimensional Chromatography: Techniques and Applications. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Cortes H (1992) Developments in multidimensional separation systems. Journal of Chromatography 626: 3.

Davis JM (1994) Statistical theories of peak overlap in chromatography. Advances in Chromatography, 34: 109.

de Gaus H-J, de Boer J and Brinkman UATh (1996) Multi-dimensionality in gas chromatography. Trends in Analytical Chemistry 15: 168.

Giddings JC (1984) Two-dimensional separations: concept and promise. Analytical Chemistry 56: 1258A.

Giddings JC (1987) Concepts and comparisons in multidimensional separations. Journal ofHigh Resolution Chromatog-raphy and Chromatography Communications 10: 319.

Giddings JC (1995) Sample dimensionality: a predictor of order-disorder in component peak distribution in multidimensional separation. Journal of Chromatography A 703: 3.

Hinshaw JV and Ettre LS (1986) Selectivity tuning of serially connected open-tubular (capillary) columns in gas chromatography. Part I. Fundamental relationships. Chromatographia 21: 561.

Mahler H, Maurer T and Mueller F (1995) Multicolumn systems in gas chromatography. In: Adlard ER (ed.) Chromatography in the Petroleum Industry. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Mondello L, Dugo G and Bartle KD (1996) On-line microbore high performance liquid chromatography-capillary gas chromatography for food and water analyses. A review. Journal of Microcolumn Separations 8: 275.

Phillips JB and Xu JZ (1995) Comprehensive multidimensional gas chromatography. Journal of Chromatography A 703: 327.

Schomburg G (1985) Multidimensional gas chromatography as a sampling technique. In: Sandra P (ed.) Sample Introduction in Capillary Gas Chromatography, vol. 1. Heidelberg: Dr Alfred Heuthig Verlag.

Schomburg G (1995) Two-dimensional gas chromatogra-phy: principles, instrumentation, methods. Journal of Chromatography A 703: 309.

at the upper limiting operating temperature of the chosen solvent so that the partition of those solutes between the mobile and stationary phases affords viable separation.

Such a limitation prohibits the analysis of any intractable samples (i.e. potential solutes) unless the means to modify them are invoked.

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