paper chromatography


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paper chromatography

[′pā·pər ‚krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
Procedure for analysis of complex chemical mixtures by the progressive absorption of the components of the unknown sample (in a solvent) on a special grade of paper.
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For this purpose, paper chromatography (PC) was again used as a standard technique.
Radhakrishnan, "Distinctive test with copper(II)-ninhydrin reagent for small oc-peptides separated by paper chromatography," Journal of Chromatography, vol.
Compound III showed deep purple colour on paper chromatography at [R.sub.f] (a) 0.47 and [R.sub.f] (b) 0.27 under UV, changed to yellow on N[H.sub.3] exposure.
Many small artisan wineries find that paper chromatography is the answer to their MLF-monitoring needs.
Separation of Leaf Pigments by Paper Chromatography
Individual sugars analysed after descending paper chromatography and expressed as [micro]g [ml.sup.-1] [+ or -] standard deviation (n=4).
They will be using paper chromatography to discover the colors used to make black (water-based) marker ink by comparing 3 different brands.
The radiochemical purity of the radiolabeled complex was determined by Paper Chromatography (PC) and Instant Thin Layer Chromatography (ITLC).
Then this sample was analyzed for determination of sugar pattern by paper chromatography by using solvent system as a butanol: acetic acid: water (4:1:5).