A Numerical Investigation of the Hydrodynamic Dispersion in Novel Chromatographic Stationary Phases (2022)
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CitationDolamore F, Houlton B, Fee C, Watson M, Holland D (2022). A Numerical Investigation of the Hydrodynamic Dispersion in Novel Chromatographic Stationary Phases. Journal of Chromatography A.
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KeywordsTriply periodic minimal surfaces; hydrodynamic dispersion; chromatographic performance; macro-porosity
ANZSRC Fields of Research34 - Chemical sciences::3401 - Analytical chemistry::340109 - Separation science
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