This review article details the development, characterization and application of polymeric materials as pseudostationary phases for electrokinetic chromatography over the past two years. Recent developments in cationic polymers and anionic siloxane, acrylamide and polymerized surfactants (micelle polymers) are reviewed. Also reviewed is recent progress in the development and characterization of chiral polymeric phases for chiral separations by electrokinetic chromatography, and application of a polymeric pseudophase with electrospray ionization mass spectrometric detection.
- Electrokinetic chromatography
- Pseudostationary phase