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Utilization of micro-HPLC is described for the direct measurement of the partition coefficients needed in studying the quantitative structure — activity relationships (QSAR). The method involves analyzing the solutes in acetonitrile — water as the mobile phase on commercially available...
A high-pressure liquid chromatographic assay capable of quantitating subnanogram per milliliter concentrations of propranolol in microliter volume of serum was developed. Propranolol was extracted from serum with hexane at pH 9.7. Further sample clean up was achieved by back extraction....
A method has been developed using gas chromatography — electron impact mass spectrometry for the determination of the di-0-isopropylidene-sorbofuranose and mono-0-isopropylidene-sorbofuranose. The compounds are separated as their trimethylsilyl derivatives on a capillary column coated with the...
It was found that cobalt is strongly retained on silica treated with a mixture of Aliquat 336 and nitroso-R-salt and can be separated by column extraction chromatography from cadmium, lead, zinc, mangan, nickel, copper and iron (III) which were eluted with 0.05M solution of perchloric acid....
The gas chromatography of acetyl derivatives of guaiacol and all chlorinated guaiacols has been studied on SE-30, OV-351 and Carbowax 20M capillary columns. The retention order and relative retention times under isotermal and temperature-programmed conditions are discussed. Different retention...
A simple rapid procedure is described for estimating optimum compositions of ternary mobile phase mixtures for the separation of samples by reversed-phase liquid chromatography (RPLC). Retention data in two iso-eluotropic binary mobile phase mixtures (mixtures with equal retention times) are...
The use of traps containing graphitized carbon black for the collection and pre-analysis of atmospheric pollutants in industrial areas is presented. The working conditions, in terms of trapping capability and effectiveness of release by thermal desorption are discussed. Some practical...
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