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Amino Acids: Chromatographic Separation and Enantioresolution
Ravi Bhushan and Juergen Martens

Antioxidant Vitamins and Health: Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Cataracts, and Aging
Claude Fernand Bourgeois

Capillary Electrochromatography and Pressurized Flow Capillary Electrochromatography: An Introduction
Ira S. Krull, Robert L. Stevenson, and Kavita Mistry, with Michael E. Swartz

Contemporary Microscale Separation Technology
Chao Yan

Drug Development Perspectives: Strategies, Challenges, and Considerations
Nuggehally Srinivas

Electroanalytical Methods in Pharmaceutical Analysis and Their Validation
Sibel A. Ozkan

HPLC of Acyl Lipids
edited by Jiann-Tsyh Lin and Thomas A. McKeon

Microthermal Field-Flow Fractionation
Josef Janča

Okra Handbook: Global Production, Processing, and Crop Improvement
edited by B. S. Dhankhar and Ram Singh

Time-Resolved Inverse Gas Chromatography and Its Practical Applications
Nicholas A. Katsanos and George Karaiskakis

Wear Analysis for Engineers
Raymond G. Bayer

Amino Acids:
Chromatographic Separation
and Enantioresolution

Ravi Bhushan and Juergen Martens

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March 2010
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Amino acids are important biological compounds that are associated with peptides and proteins, and occupy an important position in the food and pharmaceutical industries. With their simple structures and the ready availability of both enantiomers, amino acids not only serve as a chiral pool for synthesis but also provide an inexpensive pool for resolution studies as either the racemate for resolution or the chiral selector for resolution of racemic mixtures of several other compounds. The development of analytical methods that can be applied for separation and identification and resolution of enantiomers of chiral compounds, including the control of optical purity, remains an area of interest and importance.

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Antioxidant Vitamins and Health:
Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Cataracts, and Aging

Claude Fernand Bourgeois

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September 2003
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 "excellent source of the very extensive literature that has been reported on the antioxidant field over the last 30 years....A valuable resource for any health professional who wants to work in this area."
--British Journal of Nutrition

"interest to scientists and graduate students conducting or planning to conduct research on the effects of antioxidants and oxidative stress on chronic disease risk.
--The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

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Antioxidant Vitamins and Health is about the role played by antioxidant nutrients in the prevention of chronic degenerative diseases and conditions. The book begins with some background on free radicals, the reactive oxygen species generated in vivo, then describes the mechanism of antioxidation and the antioxidant defenses of humans. Each of the succeeding chapters covers a main topic: cardiovascular disease, cancer, cataracts, and aging. The most important epidemiological studies carried out over the past two decades are thoroughly discussed and compared. The results are summarized in a concluding chapter, and an extensive list of references is provided.

The book will appeal to researchers in the fields of antioxidants, cardiovascular disease, cancer, cataracts, and aging; nutritional scientists; and students in these disciplines.

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Capillary Electrochromatography and Pressurized Flow
Capillary Electrochromatography: An Introduction

Ira S. Krull, Robert L. Stevenson, and Kavita Mistry, with Michael E. Swartz

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 "A valuable guide for chemists, molecular biologists, and pharmaceutical scientists."
--Analytical Chemistry

"Recommended to anyone actively involved in CEC....Very sound treatment of the subject."
--Analytical Biochemistry

"Provides an excellent introduction to the emerging technologies of CEC and PEC."
--Clinical Chemistry

"Recommended as a good introductory text on CEC and PEC techniques to be added to the repertoire of the analytical chemist."
--The Analyst

"Chromatographers in general, and anyone in the early stages of seriously considering CEC, would find the book valuable."
--Trends in Analytical Chemistry

"A good and comprehensive introduction in this newly emerging technique."
--Chromatographia

"A very useful introductory text for scientists practicing chromatography, graduate students working in the field of analytical chemistry, R&D people in industries heavily dependent on chromatographic analytical methods, as well as those who are generally interested in new separation techniques."
--Frantisek Svec, California Separation Science Society Newsletter

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This book covers the theory, instrumentation, and specific uses and applications, including advantages and limitations, of capillary electrochromatography (CEC) and pressurized flow CEC (PEC). In so doing, it compares CEC/PEC with more conventional modes of separation and discusses method transfer from other chromatographic techniques to CEC.

Aimed at those first approaching applications in CEC/PEC, the book is an invaluable introduction for analytical chemists involved in methods development, optimization, and validation for any analytes already undergoing analysis by chromatographic or electrophoretic techniques, including analytical chemists, analytical biochemists, molecular biologists, immunologists, pharmaceutical scientists, medicinal chemists, pharmacists, environmental chemists, and industrial chemists.

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Contemporary Microscale Separation Technology

Chao Yan

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June 2013
342 pp.

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Microscale separations offer fast separation and analysis with high efficiency, resolution, and selectivity; in addition, solvent and sample consumption are 10,000 times lower than with HPLC. This book reviews the most popular microscale chromatographic and electrokinetic separation techniques, including capillary electrophoresis (CE), capillary electrochromatography (CEC), pressurized CEC (pCEC), micellar electrokinetic chromatography (MEKC), capillary isoelectric focusing (CIEF), capillary gel electrophoresis (CGE), capillary isotachophoresis (CITP), and capillary liquid chroma-tography (CLC), as well as microchip-based LC and multidimensional capillary separations. Theory, instrumentation, and applications of these techniques are covered. This book will help professional chemists and graduate students develop new methods and improve existing methods for analyzing complex samples in the pharmaceutical, biological, environmental, and chemical fields.

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Drug Development Perspectives:
Considerations, Challenges, and Strategies

Nuggehally R. Srinivas

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July 2010
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In present-day drug development, alignment of functional expertise is important for understanding, strategizing, and operationalizing drug development initiatives. The lessons learned from a drug development cycle can contribute immensely to the overall understanding of drug development. In-depth case histories and outside-the-box thinking can help formulate pragmatic approaches in approaching some commonly occurring developmental issues.

To better appreciate the complexities and intricacies of drug development, different functions involved in the drug development process are presented as unique chapters. Topics include bioanalysis, allometry, CYP metabolism, PK simulations, combinations of diverse clinical pharmacology, and PK considerations, with an emphasis on genetic polymorphism.

The book is intended for a wide range of scientists in late drug discovery, preclinical, and clinical stages of drug development in pharmaceutical and biotech industries, and for university and academic researchers.

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Electroanalytical Methods in Pharmaceutical Analysis and Their Validation

Sibel A. Ozkan

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October 2011
350 pp.

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With their high sensitivity and appropriateness for measuring redox reactions, electroanalytical methods are ideal for pharmaceutical analysis. This book focuses on the selection, use, and validation of electroanalytical methods for pharmaceutically active compounds, covering the most widely used electroanalytical methods and instrumentation. Specific applications are provided and organized in extensively referenced tales. A long concluding chapter on validation discusses method development, the necessary parameters, and their calculation. This book will be of considerable interest to pharmaceutical and analytical research chemists in not only the pharmaceutical industry, but also in R&D, food, environmental, and regulatory laboratories, as well as to post-graduate students in these disciplines.

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HPLC of Acyl Lipids

Edited by Jiann-Tsyh Lin and Thomas A. McKeon

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April 2005
572 pp.
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Lipids are of obvious importance in medicine, health, industry, agriculture, and biotechnology. Fatty acids can be separated by GC; however, fatty acid-derived complicated lipids cannot be separated well by GC. HPLC is the separation technique of choice. This book covers every class of lipids and HPLC techniques, with a concentration on fatty acid-derived lipids.

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Microthermal Field Flow Fractionation:
Analysis of Synthetic, Natural, and Biological Macromolecules and Particles

Josef Janča

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April 2008
247 pp.

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The book is well written, illustrated, and referenced, easy to follow and informative...cannot but recommend the book for all separation scientists.
--Journal of Liquid Chromatography

The advantage of micro-TFFF is thus significant in terms of lower power consumption and less solvent with respect to conventional TFFF
--Journal of Separation Science

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Microthermal field-flow fractionation (micro-TFFF) is a new method of polymer and particle separation and analysis based on the effect of thermal diffusion (Ludwig-Soret effect); the relationships between molecular characteristics of the separated macromolecular and particulate species such as molar mass, particle size, chemical nature, and composition; and their distribution and separation characteristics such as retention. The book begins with a description of the theoretical principles of FFF, which apply equally to micro-TFFF, although the latter technique offers a number of important operational advantages, including superior cold-wall temperature regulation. Practical analytical aspects of experimental data analysis are discussed in detail. Typical methodological applications of micro-TFFF are given for polymers and particles of synthetic, natural, or biological origin. The book will be of interest to university and R&D scientists involved in the analysis and characterization of polymers, biopolymers, particles, and biological cells in polymer chemistry, colloid and interface science, microbiology, and the environmental sciences.

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Okra Handbook:
Global Production, Processing, and Crop Improvement

Edited by B. S. Dhankhar and Ram Singh

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August 2009
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Okra's potential as an oilseed crop and its drought tolerance in a world facing global warming underscore its growing importance. Yet, there has been no book exclusively on okra. This book synthesizes the scientific information on various aspects of okra by global experts in their fields of specialization to provide a single source of in-depth and detailed information..

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Time-Resolved Inverse Gas Chromatography and Its Applications

Nicholas A. Katsanos and George Karaiskakis

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June 2004
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 "An excellent reference for time-resolved inverse gas chromatography. It is definitely worth its modest price."
--Biomedical Chromatography

"An excellent discussion of the theory and practice of inverse gas chromatography. It is wholeheartedly recommended to everybody involved in the non-analytical use of GC."
--Chromatographia

"Each chapter is clear, concise, and supported with numerous references."
--Colloid and Interface Science

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This book provides an easy way to use time-resolved chemistry, allowing inverse gas chromatography to become time resolved and therefore to record local with respect to time adsorption energies, local monolayer capacities local isotherms, energy distribution functions, adsorption rates with lateral molecular interactions, surface diffusion coefficients, effectiveness factors in heterogeneous catalysis, and surface energy on heterogeneous surfaces of solids. Important practical applications of time-resolved inverse gas chromatography in various scientific and industrial fields are included. The book will appeal to chromatographers, materials scientists, and investigators of heterogeneous catalysis and interfacial science, as well as researchers and postgraduate students in analytical and environmental chemistry.

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Wear Analysis for Engineers

Raymond G. Bayer

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2002
360 pp.

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 "Compressed product-development cycles and tight budgets often prohibit extensive life testing. Herein lies the value of Raymond Bayer's concise Wear Analysis for Engineers, which provides a methodology for effective use of equations and models to evaluate wear behavior. . . Bayer's years of experience are revealed in the way he guides the reader through the process of identifying the key factors for different wear scenarios. . . . Plenty of figures, tables, and optical micrographs are provided, which makes for an interesting and easy-to-follow text. . . . Wear Analysis for Engineers is a useful tool for anyone attempting to resolve wear problems."
--Tribology Letters

"While the author's approach shares many key attributes with others, it represents a unique perspective gained after 40 years of experience in the field of tribology. The approach he provides is sufficiently general to cover a wide range of wear problems. . . . A useful book. . . . The author has considerable wisdom to share, and if one devotes sufficient time to studying the examples in this book, he or she will gain valuable, practical tools for solving real wear problems."
--Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 30(5), September 2002

"This is a highly recommended work, as a very useful volume not only for tribologists who are actually preoccupied with responses to wear problems, but also for engineers working on machine design, and students who study mechanical or materials engineering."
--Journal of Japanese Society of Tribologists

"[T]he experienced tribologist will probably find that it is a good resource and the methodology described in the book is certainly valid in most cases."
--Industrial Lubrication and Tribology

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This book guides engineers on the proper analysis of wear situations and the utilization of qualitative and quantitative methods to identify solutions to wear problems. The emphasis is on how to do a successful wear analysis. With its clear descriptions, helpful photographs, and insightful case histories, this book thoroughly covers the recommended techniques for performing analyses.

This is a book that all practicing hardware or materials engineers concerned with the wear of mechanical components will want to own.

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