Further Reading

Allen T (1981) Particle Size Measurement, 3rd edn. London: Chapman and Hall.

Contado C, Dondi F, Beckett R and Giddings JC (1997) Separation of particulate environmental samples by SPLITT fractionation using different operating modes. Analytica Chimica Acta 345: 99-110.

Contado C, Riello F, Blo G and Dondi F (1999) Continuous split-flow thin cell fractionation of starch particles. Journal of Chromatography A 845: 303-316.

Dondi F, Contado C, Blo G and Martin SG (1988) SPLITT cell separation of polydisperse suspended particles of environmental interest. Chromatographia 48: 643-654.

Fuh CB and Giddings JC (1995) Isolation of human blood cells, platelets, and plasma proteins by centrifugal SPLITT fractionation. Biotechnology Progress 11: 14-20.

Fuh CB and Giddings JC (1997) Separation of submicron pharmaceutic emulsion with centrifugal split-Sow thin (SPLITT) fractionation. Journal of Microseparation 9: 205-211.

Fuh CB and Chen SY (1998) Magnetic split-flow thin frac-tionation: new technique for separation of magnetically susceptible particles. Journal of Chromatography A 813: 313-324.

Fuh CB, Levin S and Giddings JC (1993) Rapid diffusion coefficient measurements using analytical SPLITT fractionation: application to proteins. Analytical Biochemistry 208: 80-87.

Levin S, Myers MN and Giddings JC (1989) Continuous separation of proteins in electrical split-Sow thin (SPLITT) cell with equilibrium operation. Separation Science and Technology 24(14): 1245-1259.

Provder T (ed.) (1991) Particle Size Distribution. II. Assessment and Characterization. ACS Symposium Series 472. Washington DC: American Chemical Society.

Yong J, Kummerow A and Hansen M (1997) Preparative particle separation by continuous SPLITT fractionation. Journal of Microseparation 9: 261-273.

Zhang J, Williams PS, Myers MN and Giddings JC (1994) Separation of cells and cell-sized particles by continuous SPLITT fractionation using hydrodynamic lift forces. Separation Science and Technology 29(18): 2493-2522.

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