Advances in the theory and application of MEEKC

Ryan, Richie and Donegan, Sheila and Power, Joe and Altria, Kevin (2010) Advances in the theory and application of MEEKC. Electrophoresis, 31 (5). pp. 755-767. ISSN 0173-0835

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MEEKC is an electrodriven separation technique, which utilises the unique properties of a microemulsion (ME) as a background electrolyte to achieve separation of a diverse range of solutes. MEs are composed of nanometre-sized oil droplets suspended in aqueous buffer, which is commonly referred to as an oil-in-water ME. The droplets are stabilised by the presence of a surfactant and co-surfactant. The use of water-in-oil MEs in MEEKC has also been investigated. This review details the advances in MEEKC-based separations from the period 2008 to 2009. Areas covered include online sample concentration, suppressed electroosmosis MEEKC, chiral separation, MEEKC-MS, and structure-migration relationships. The review also includes a fundamental introduction to MEEKC, along with the presentation of recent applications.

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