A new method is discussed for a simple production of electrophoretic equipment, making use of a wire or capillary as template for the final separation capillary. After curing of the resin and removing the template a final capillary for separation and detection is obtained. The construction of both conductivity (potential gradient) and photometric detector is given. Moreover, attention is given to the use of complexes other than for simply influencing the effective mobility and to signal evaluation in isotachophoretic experiments.
|Title of host publication||Electrophoresis ’86 : proceedings of the fifth meeting of the International Electrophoresis Society, London, 1986|
|Place of Publication||Weinheim|
|Publication status||Published - 1986|