TLC is to identify the unknown or to confirm the identity of the analyte. It can serve as a screening step followed by HPLC confirmation and quantitation resulting in lower analytical time and cost. The revised text describes procedures for separation detection and identification of each component in 1.72 divergentmulti-component pharmaceutical formulations using both normal and R.P. layers. Most of the formulations contain several alternate mobile phases for analysts to choose from and to optimise. The revised edition contains a comprehensive chapter on detection! Visualization reagents commonly used for post-chromatographic derivatization. Each reagent contains a list of common drugs which can be detected with the reagent.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Sethi P. D|
|About the Author||NA|
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