Capillary Electrophoresis (Part 2): Instrumentation & Electroosmotic Flow | ข่าวสารล่าสุดเกี่ยวกับ capillary electrophoresis

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Capillary Electrophoresis (Part 2): Instrumentation & Electroosmotic Flow

Capillary Electrophoresis (Part 2): Instrumentation & Electroosmotic Flow


capillary electrophoresis และข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้อง

วิดีโอนี้เป็นส่วนที่ 2 จาก 6 สำหรับชุด e-Lectures ของการทดลอง NUS Chemistry CM3292 ในหัวข้อ “Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) of Inorganic Anions” สารบัญ: …

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32 comments

lee wana 31/08/2021 - 23:11

I finally understand it. Thank you for amazing explanation and I love how all diagrams are colour coded.

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Mimi Tsalavouti 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Amazing video and great explanation!!! Thank you so much!!

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Saad Ud Din 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Ecstatic love for your Comprehensive lecture on CE.☺️

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Amar Thaker 31/08/2021 - 23:11

I consider this videos the gold standard for Youtube technique explanation videos.

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J R 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Great! Thanks

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Matej 31/08/2021 - 23:11

I was searching for hours before I found someone who could explain this so comprehensively! Thanks a lot and keep up the great work!!:)

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mirna 31/08/2021 - 23:11

thanks that was so clear❤❤

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Dr. Nanda Gunawardena 31/08/2021 - 23:11

I will recommend my students to watch your videos. Nice explanation.

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Andrew Doub 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Haha I loved your Pikachu icon!

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Ravi Nimavat 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Great video but I don't understand the pronounsation of those silicon groups.

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rawan mohammed 31/08/2021 - 23:11

You are amazing thank u ^^

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BUSHRA ʚῖɞ࿚ 31/08/2021 - 23:11

thank you ! can you explain what is the band braodening please?

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amira mnd 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Thank u soo much I can never be grateful enough <3

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Weijie Yao 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Finally a good explanation

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Bethany Todd 31/08/2021 - 23:11

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Rana Zainuddin 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Very well explained with animation. Thanks a lot!

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Valentina Scatizzi 31/08/2021 - 23:11

thank you so much,! clear , easy understandable and detailed. I am preparing my biochemistry exam … greeting from Italy!

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jema 31/08/2021 - 23:11

great video

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Heksogen 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Haha better than my professor xD

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Jesper 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Thank you so much!!!

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Giorgianna Grant 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Thank you Francis so much for this explanation! You have a lovely teaching method. You made this involved topic into an elementary one 🙂
You refer to another lecture in the video (2:45). Would you ever consider uploading that lecture as well? 🙂

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Jeffrey Kim 31/08/2021 - 23:11

I have two questions that are keeping me from fully understanding why the liquid move due to the electroosmotic force. 1. When I add up  the number of ions in fixed layer, diffuse layer, and bulk solution, cations are greater in number than anions. But if pH is >7 shouldn't there be more anions? 2. Electrophoretic force only affects the mobility of ions, not the liquid. If the EOF moves the liquid and ions then why doesn't the EP affect the liquid but only the ions?

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Khurshed Akabirov 31/08/2021 - 23:11

This video is amazing!

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Usama Khan 31/08/2021 - 23:11

You don't know how thankful I am for this well-explained video. I am going to present on this topic but I wasn't sure why bulk moves towards cathode even reading from different books I couldn't understand the basics phenomenon. You explained very well. Thank you once again. You have a wonderful teaching method. Could you please make a video on how Glass Electrode work? It is another topic on which I'm still confused and not sure how exactly the Glass Electrode works.

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1MoreStep 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Nice editing, it was a pleasure to watch! Keep up the good work : – )

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Khush Bakht Hassan 31/08/2021 - 23:11

2:57 because of what groups??? I don't get it…. can someone tell? like, aren't those hydroxide groups??

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Kumar Subham 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Many many thanks to you

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Avik Sarkar 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Sir plz upload other tool and techniques video

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Ameya Kale 31/08/2021 - 23:11

This video was amazing! Everything was explained so elegantly. Thanks!

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sindu priya 31/08/2021 - 23:11

Doesn't anions move to the anode?

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Mirinal Ray 31/08/2021 - 23:11

This video is excellent. I literally studied only from this video and got higher marks. Thanks

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Socheata Heng 31/08/2021 - 23:11

This video help me a lot, thanks

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