Thin Layer Chromatography

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Wiley, Jun 22, 1987 - Science - 150 pages
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A practical introduction to one of the more popular separation techniques. Readers will learn to perform separations and will develop the ability to make an educated guess as to what the conditions will be to separate a new mixture of compounds. The authors provide classes of compound and background theory that quickly develop the skills of the student learning thin layer chromatography. Chapter coverage includes stationary phase, mobile phase, practical techniques, applications, recent developments, and advantages and disadvantages of thin layer chromatography. Includes a bibliography of texts providing additional separations for further study.

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Sheila Hamilton is a five-time Emmy Award winning journalist. Her storytelling resume runs through film, commercial television, radio, and print. She began her career as an associate producer for public broadcasting and then anchored and reported commercial television news for KTVX in Salt Lake City and KATU in Portland, Oregon. Sheila currently hosts the KINK morning show in Portland, where she was recently voted Oregon s Best Radio Personality. She also writes cover stories for "About Face" magazine and authors her own blog. Hamilton is a frequent speaker and emcee for her favorite causes mindful mental health and empowerment for girls. She serves on the board of Girls Inc., an organization empowering girls to be strong, smart, and bold, and the Flawless Foundation, a mental health advocacy organization.

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