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TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry The Use of Fluorosurfactant FC-129 in Micellar Electrokinetic.

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1 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry The Use of Fluorosurfactant FC-129 in Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography Ronny de Ridder 1,2, Francesco Damin 1, Jetse Reijenga 2 and Marcella Chiari 1 1.Institute of Biocatalysis and Molecular Recognition, C.N.R., Milano, Italy 2.Laboratory of Instrumental Analysis, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

2 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry FC-129 N-ethyl-N-[(heptadecafluorooctyl)sulfonyl]glycine, K salt [CAS ], Aldrich (Steinheim, Germany)

3 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry CMC FC-129 = 0.5 mM CMC SDS = 8 mM CMC determination

4 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry Experimental Spectra-Phoresis 1000 TM (Thermo Separation Products, Freemont, CA, USA) Fused silica, 50  m ID, 375  m OD L t =400 mm, L d =320 mm, V=20 kV UV 200 nm Injection N/m 2 pressure, 4 s BGE: 12.5 mM Sodium tetraborate pH 9.9

5 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry Results EOF and Micelle Mobility

6 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry Results Homologue phenol series

7 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry Results 2-, 3- and 4-ethylphenol

8 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry Results retention factors

9 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry Conclusions EOF- & Micelle mobility comparable systematic decrease in retention factor interesting selectivity differences

10 TU/e eindhoven university of technology / department of chemical engineering and chemistry


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