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Electrophoresis gets its name from the process whereby the movement of ions is produced under the influence of an applied voltage across a field that the ions exist. It is well known that opposites attract and in electrophoresis, ions of opposite charge to electrodes on either end of the voltage, will migrate toward that electrode. Simply stated, ions that are negatively charged will move or migrate toward the positively charged electrode and vice versa for the positively charged ions. This is the basis for which CE and CEC operate. Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) uses these basics inside a 360um ID capillary to achieve stunning results.
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