Chromatographic thermodynamics

Chromatography diagram
Generic diagram of molecules separating, according to size and bonding affinities, as the mobile phase moves through the stationary phase.
In thermodynamics, chromatographic thermodynamics is the study of how to explain molecular separation behaviors in chromatographic methods thermodynamically.

Further reading
● Guiochon, Georges and Guillemin, Claude. (1988). Quantitative Gas Chromatography (ch. 3: Fundamentals of the Chromatographic Process: The Thermodynamics of Retention in Gas Chromatography, pgs. 55-). Elsevier.
● Teraoka, Iwao. (2001). “Thermodynamics of GPC-SEC Gas Chromatography”, in: Encyclopedia of Chromatography (pgs. 833-34). CRC Press.
● Scott, Raymond. (2001). “Thermodynamics of Retention in Gas Chromatography”, in: Encyclopedia of Chromatography (pg. 835). CRC Press.

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