electrochromatography

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electrochromatography

(ɪˌlɛktrəʊkrəʊməˈtɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Chemistry) chromatography effected by the influence of an applied electric field
eˌlectrochromatoˈgraphic adj
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The effects of electrochromatographic conditions, such as voltage, the composition of the mobile phase on the separation of 5nitroimidazoles have been systemically investigated and also suggested that the separation mechanism of analytes on the MIP monolith was mainly based on the interplays of hydrophobic, hydrogen-bonding, and electrostatic interactions and imprinting cavities on the MIP monolith.
The employed analytical methods are based on the specific properties of HQ exploited by chromatographic (HPLC [11-14]), capillary electrochromatographic [15], voltammetric [16-19], and spectrometric techniques [20-31].