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Chapter: Modern Analytical Chemistry: Obtaining and Preparing Samples for Analysis

Classifying Separation Techniques

1. Separations Based on Size 2. Separations Based on Mass or Density 3. Separations Based on Complexation Reactions (Masking) 4. Separations Based on a Change of State 5. Separations Based on a Partitioning Between Phases

Classifying Separation Techniques

An analyte and an interferent can be separated if there is a significant difference in at least one of their chemical or physical properties. Table 7.4 provides a partial list of several separation techniques, classified by the chemical or physical property that is exploited.


1. Separations Based on Size

2. Separations Based on Mass or Density

3. Separations Based on Complexation Reactions (Masking)

4. Separations Based on a Change of State

5. Separations Based on a Partitioning Between Phases

 

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