Chromatography - 3rd Edition - ISBN: 9780433305033, 9781483281322


3rd Edition

Editors: Ivor Smith
eBook ISBN: 9781483281322
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1969
Page Count: 1100
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Chromatographic and Electrophoretic Techniques, Volume I — Chromatography focuses on techniques, processes, reactions, and methodologies involved in chromatography.
The selection first ponders on paper chromatographic apparatus and techniques; desalting and related techniques; and apparatus and techniques in thin layer chromatography. Discussions focus on chromatographic solvents, location reagents, chemical conversions occurring during electrolytic desalting, electrodialysis, and ion exchange desalting. The book also examines paper chromatography, applications of thin layer chromatography in clinical biochemistry, and dinitro-phenyl aminoacids.
The publication takes a look at iodoaminoacids and related compounds, indoles and related Ehrlich reactors, and imidazoles. The book also elaborates on guanidines, purines and pyrimidines and their derivatives, sugars, ketoacids, organic and phenolic acids, and chromatographic procedures.
The selection is a dependable reference for biochemists and readers interested in chromatography.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to Paper and Thin Layer Chromatography
  2. Paper Chromatographic Apparatus and Techniques
  3. Desalting and Related Techniques
  4. Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) Section 1 — Apparatus and Techniques Section 2 — Pre-Coated Plates Section 3 — Non-Adhering Layers
  5. Aminoacids, Amines and Related Compounds The Pathological Aminoacidurias
  6. Dinitro-Phenyl Aminoacids
  7. Aminoacid Phenylthiohydantoins, Dimethylaminonaphthalenesulphonyl Aminoacids and Sequence Analysis of Peptides and Proteins
  8. Iodoaminoacids and Related Compounds
  9. Indoles and Related Ehrlich Reactors
  10. Imidazoles
  11. Guanidines
  12. Purines, Pyrimidines and Their Derivatives
  13. Sugars and Related Compounds
  14. Ketoacids
  15. Organic Acids of the Citric Acid Cycle and Related Acids
  16. Phenolic Acids
  17. Plant Phenols and Tannins
  18. Lipids
  19. Separation and Estimation of Phospholipids
  20. Barbiturates
  21. Alkaloids
  22. Glutarimides and Other Neutral Drugs
  23. Steroids
  24. Rm and λRm: Making Full Use of Rf Values
  25. Chromatography of Radioactive Substances 26.Chromatography of Labeled Cell Extracts
  26. The Spark Chamber Technique for Radio-Chromatograms
  27. Catecholamlnes, Their Precursors and Metabolites
  28. Ion-Exchange Celluloses in Chromatography
  29. Amino Sugars
  30. Kynurenine Pathway Metabolites of Tryptophan
  31. Inorganic Ions
  32. Sephadex Thin-Layer Gel Filtration
  33. Preparative Layer Chromatography
  34. Automated Quantitative Analysis of Paper Chromatogram Strips
  35. Pigments The Forensic Examination of Inks pH Indicators, Anthocyanins and Pteridines
  36. Column Chromatographic Apparatus and Techniques
  37. The Investigation of New Compounds
  38. Fractionation and Sequence Analysis of [32p]. Labeled Ribonucleotides
  39. Modelsformacromolecules, Nucleic Acids and Proteins General Index


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