This assemblage of studies from international researchers in planar, or thin layer, chromatography describes the many advances that have placed the technique so much in the vanguard of materials analysis research. Chapters describe currents in planar chromatography; use of bonded phases in planar chromatography; immunostaining in TLC; TLC in pharmaceutical research; determination of ascorbic acid by TLC–densitometry; isotope scanning in TLC; and more. This addition to the outstanding Wiley Series in Chemical Analysis is a reference staple for analytical chemists in academia and industry as well as scientists in related fields and students of chemistry and the life sciences. 1990 (0–471–50109–3) 199 pp.
Rapid Detection and Quantitation of Lipids on Thin–Layer Chromatography by Nile Red Fluorescene (S. Fowler).
Use of Bonded Phases in Planar Chromatography (M. Gould & T. Enzweiler).
Analysis of Butyric Acid in a Model System (E. Heilweil, et al.).
TLC–Immunostaining of Glycolipids (M. Saito & R. Yu).
TLC in Pharmaceutical Research (N. Grinberg, et al.).
Enantiomeric Separation by Thin–Layer Chromatography (S. Han & D. Armstrong).
Assay of Biphenyl Metabolities by HPTLC–Spectrodensitometry (S. Levin, et al.).
In Situ Determination of Malondi–Aldehyde on Thin–Layer Plates by Fluorescence Spectrodensitometry (J. Alvarez, et al.).
Analysis of Ascorbic Acid by Thin–Layer Chromatography (J. Touchstone, et al.).
One– and Two–Dimensional Scanning for ?32P and Other Uncommon Tags (E. Rapkin).
Bioanalytical Application of Thin–Layer Chromatography/Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (J. Herman & K. Shafer).
Detection of Radioactivity Distribution with Position–Sensitive Detectors, Linear Analyzes, and Digital Autoradiograph (H. Filthuth).
New Techniques in Two–Dimensional Data Processing (D. Sequera).