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Thin-Layer Chromatography: Reagents and Detection Methods by Hellmut Jork, Werner Funk, Walter R. Fischer, Hans Wimmer

By Hellmut Jork, Werner Funk, Walter R. Fischer, Hans Wimmer

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It is just as simply possible to separate aldehydes and ketones produced by oxidation at the start from unreactive tertiary alcohols and to detect them group-specifically. g. oxidation~sensitive substances) can be improved. g. towards the stationary phase) can be reduced. be i·noprc•ved. 1 In Situ Precbromatograpbic Derivatization There has for some years been a considerable backlog in the development of practicable prechromatographic methods [5]. It is becoming more and more rethat the future direction to be taken is to make This, on the one hand, reduces the detection limit so that less sample has to be applied and, thus, the amounts of interfering substances are reduced.

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