One of the most exciting analytical events in the past decade is the rapid development of combinatorial chemistry. Analysis and Purification Methods in Combinatorial Chemistry delivers the latest in this fast-moving field. Part one of the book describes various approaches to monitor reactions on solid support and optimize reactions for library synthesis. Part two is dedicated to high-throughput analytical methods used to analyze the quality of the libraries. Part three discusses various high-throughput purification techniques. Part four applies analytical methods to post-synthesis and post-purification stages. The book contains contributions from the field's most-respected researchers and practitioners.