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As previously described, the retention and separation selectivity of metal ions observed when using HPCIC is mainly governed by the stability of metal complexes formed with chelating functional groups in the stationary phase. However, the composition of the eluent and applied eluent conditions also play a significant role in the resultant chromatography. This Chapter discusses these eluent systems and approaches used to achieve optimal HPCIC separations of metal ions.

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