Pure and Applied Biology, Volume 3: Physical Properties of the Steroid Hormones illustrates the efficiency of methodology for the solution of problems of isolation, identification and quantitative determination of the physical properties of steroids. This volume is composed of five chapters, and begins with a survey of the factors that influence the partition coefficient of steroid hormone, along with the consideration of the types and preparation of solvent systems for determination. The next chapter describes the chromatographic mobilities of steroids using several chromatographic methods, such as paper chromatography. A chapter presents the ultraviolet absorption data on structural correlations of steroids. Another chapter highlights the conversion of a steroid into a fluorescent compound through the steroid-acid interaction mechanism. The final chapter deals with the selective absorption spectra of steroids in concentrated sulfuric acid without heating. This book is directed primarily toward steroid chemists and researchers.
Foreword Editorial Note Partition Coefficients I. The Measurement of Partition Coefficients II. Factors which Influence the Partition Coefficient III. Preparation of Solvent Systems IV. Solvent Systems V. Types of Solvent Systems VI. Comments on the Tables VII. Index of Systems VIII. References Chromatographic Mobilities I. Introduction II. General Methods III. Notes on the Use of the Tables and Figures IV. Chromatoplate Technique V. Specificity of Color Reactions VI. References Ultraviolet Absorption I. Introduction and Scope II. Technique III. Structural Correlations1. Scope 2. Ultraviolet Absorption of Steroids Containing Isolated Double Bonds 3. Ultraviolet Absorption of Conjugated Dienes and Polyene Steroids 4. Ultraviolet Absorption of Steroids Containing Isolated Carbonyl Groups 5. Ultraviolet Absorption of Steroids Containing Double Bond Conjugated Carbonyl Groups 6. Ultraviolet Absorption of Steroids Containing Aromatic Rings IV. Tables of Ultraviolet Absorption Data 1. Introduction to the Tables 2. Index to the Tables 3. Tables V. References
Fluorescence Spectra I. Introduction II. Steroid Fluorescence1. General 2. Estrogens 3. C19 Compounds 4. C21 Steroids 5. ∆4-3-ketosteroids 6. Fluorescence on Solid Surfaces III. References
Absorption Spectra in Concentrated Sulfuric Acid I. Introduction II. Technique III. Properties of Spectra IV. Uses of Spectra1. Identification and Characterization 2. Homogeneity and Purity 3. Quantitative Analysis and Reaction Kinetics 4. Structural Correlations V. Figures VI. Tables VII. References
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