Separation Methods in Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry aims to provide perspectives for the commonly used separations methods and to discuss indications for their use. The book discusses the determination of molecular properties useful in separation based on micro test methods, paper chromatography, thin-layer chromatography, and electrophoresis. The text then describes the theoretical principles of group-separation procedures, liquid-liquid partition, ion-exchange selectivity, gel permeation, and adsorption. Methods of influencing the selectivity coefficients, the basic theory of fractionation methods, and the principles of application are also encompassed. Biochemists and chemists will find the book useful.