Further Reading

de Galan L and Billiet HAH (1986) Mobile phase optimization in RPLC by an iterative regression design. Advances in Chromatography 25: 63-104. Giddings JC (1965) Dynamics of Chromatography. New

York: Marcel Dekker. Hamilton RJ and Sewell PA (1982) Introduction to High Performance LiqUid Chromatography, 2nd edn. London: Chapman & Hall. HawkesSJ (1983) Modernization of the van Deemter equation for chromatographic zone dispersion. JoUrnal of Chemical EdUcation 60: 393-398. Kato Y (1987) High performance hydrophobic interaction chromatography. Advances in Chromatography 26: 97-111.

Meyer VR (1998) Practical High Performance Liquid

Chromatography, 3rd edn. Chichester: Wiley. Petryka ZJ (1983) High performance liquid chromatogra-phy of porphyrins. Advances in Chromatography 22: 215-246.

Robards K, Hadad PR and Jackson PE (eds) (1994) Principles and Practice of Modern Chromatographic Methods. London: Academic Press. Sewell PA and Clarke B (1987) Chromatographic Separations. London: ACOL. Snyder LR, Kirkland JJ and Glajch JL (1997) Practical HPLC Method Development, 2nd edn. New York: Wiley.

van Deemter JJ, Zuiderweg FJ and Klinkeberg A (1995) Longitudinal diffusion and resistance to mass transfer as causes of nonideality in chromatography. Chemical Engineering Science 50: 3868-3882.

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