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Liquid Chromatography. Ulrich Tallarek and Ernst Bayer Institute of Organic Chemistry University of Tübingen Tübingen, Germany Dagmar van Dusschoten and Henk Van As WnmrC. Fluid Flow. moving fluid. “stationary fluid”. overall flow direction of fluid. internal pore. 0.15. 0.10. 0.05.

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liquid chromatography
Liquid Chromatography

Ulrich Tallarek and Ernst Bayer

Institute of Organic Chemistry

University of Tübingen

Tübingen, Germany

Dagmar van Dusschoten and Henk Van As

WnmrC

fluid flow
Fluid Flow

moving fluid

“stationary fluid”

overall flow direction of fluid

internal pore

mass transfer

0.15

0.10

0.05

0.00

0.0000

0.0005

0.0010

0.0015

Mass Transfer

“stationary” fluid (21%)

diffusion within particles

Conditions

- water flow rate: 8.8 mL/min

- observation time: 30 ms

moving fluid (79%)

dispersion between particles

Averaged Propagator [a.u.]

Dynamic Displacements [m]

transport parameters
Transport Parameters
  • Intra-particle diffusion and tortuosity
  • Inter-particle dispersion and porosity
  • Stagnant mobile phase mass transfer
  • Spatial distribution in packed beds
relevance
Relevance
  • (Bio)chromatography, ion exchange, and adsorption
  • Separation science, and technology
  • Groundwater flow and contaminant dispersion
  • Chemical engineering and bioreactor mass transfer
  • Column operation and compression technology
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