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Several modifications in this procedure have been studied. Amines, other than polyethylenimine have been studied; however, polyethylenimine was shown to have a sufficiently high exchange capacity. Pearson and Regnier (38) studied the effect of poly(amine) density on anion-exchange capacity. In varying the amount of polyethylenimine in methanol solution, a threefold range of Iigand density was determined by elemental analysis. 3% was observed. Multifunctional epoxides have been used predominantly as cross-linkers because of their electrophilic nature.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography: Advances and Perspectives by Csaba Horvath