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In such a case the front flank of the sample zones migrates faster than the top. A fronting peak with a steep backside is observed. Electrodispersion can be avoided by increasing the bulk electrolyte concentration (limited by Joule heating) or by diluting the sample (limited by the sensitivity of the detection system). 10 electrodispersion due to concentration differences can be neglected when the sample concentration is smaller than the bulk electrolyte concentration by a factor of 100. Besides differences in concentrations, the electrophoretic mobility and the ionic charge are also important.
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After injection of the sample and application of the potential, the sample constituents migrate to a pH in the capillary where their net-charge is equal to zero. At this point, the isoelectric point, the mobility of a compound is also equal to zero and therefore the migration of the compound is stopped. Band broadening is avoided due to the focusing effect of the pH gradient. 1,7,19 Applications of IEF are provided in Chapters 12 and 16. C. Zone Capillary Electrophoresis In this group of methods the sample constituents can migrate differentially in zones through the capillary in a medium that can be either a gel (CGE) or an electrolyte (free solution CE).