Capital HPLC

Training Aids

Training Aids

The following series of short primers published by Beckman Instruments represent an
inexpensive guide to the basic principles of CE and related techniques.

   Introduction to Capillary Electrophoresis

Intended for the new user or the analyst contemplating
becoming CE user, this book provides a clear
introduction to the theory and instrumentation for the
various modes of CE. Sections include: Electrophoresis
Terminology, Flow Dynamics and Resolution, Effects of
Voltage and Temperature, and Approaches to Method

Part Number: EKP215

Introduction to the Theory and Applications of Chiral
Capillary Electrophoresis

This short volume provides a clearly written introduction
to the various techniques employed in order to achieve
chiral separations by CE. Separations by free solution
CE, capillary gel electrophoresis and MECC are covered.
A section on method development is included. Example
applications involving quantitation are also shown.

Part Number: EKP216

Introduction to Quantitative Applications of CE in
Pharmaceutical Analysis

Written practising CE specialists from Glaxo Wellcome
Research and Development, this book discusses the
benefits of using CE for drug impurity determination and
main component assay. A section discussing validation
considerations such as precision, reproducibility and
robustness is also included.

Part Number: EKP217

Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography

Written by the leading pioneer of MECC, Professor
Shigeru Terabe, this concise volume describes the principles
of micellar electrokinetic chromatography. Sections
include, selectivity manipulation, enantiomeric
separations and method optimization.
There are many illustrations and example separations.

Part Number: EKP218


Capillary Electrophoresis Guide Book

Edited by Dr. K. D. Altria
Written by many of the leading researchers and
innovators in the field of CE instrumentation and
application, this book provides extensive hands on advice
and guidance to enable both CE newcomers and
experience researchers alike to develop and optimize
their own CE separations with every assurance of

Cat. No. EKP116


Capillary Electrophoresis VHS Video
An Introduction to Principles and Practice
by Prof. David Goodall and Dr Anne Hodgson
(University of York)

This video explains how CE works and why it works,
takes you inside the capillary using computer-generated
graphics and video microscopy of electromigration.
Designed as a training aid for individual or group
instruction, it will complement hands-on experience with
any CE apparatus.
Available in English, French, German, Spanish and
Italian. Formats: PAL, SECAM and NTSC.

Cat. No. EKP118