Abstract

This section is intended to outline methods of analysis using the separation of substances resulting from their movement in an electric field. This includes the phenomena of electrophoresis (of colloids) and ionophoresis (of crystalloids). However, the more general title is used because additional phenomena may play a part in analytically useful separations. Analytical methods depending primarily on electrode reactions (electrolytic methods, potentiometry, polarography etc.) are not considered here. Indeed an important consideration in the design of apparatus for electrical-transport analysis is to prevent the substances being analysed from coming into contact with the electrodes.

Keywords

Cellulose Migration Starch Convection Electrophoresis 

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