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Plane Chromatography

  • A. Braithwaite
  • F. J. Smith
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Abstract

The idea and fundamentals of using a chromatographic adsorbent in the form of a thin layer fixed on an inert rigid support seem to have been suggested by Izmailov and Shraiber in 1938 [1]. Meinhard and Hall [2] in 1949 developed this notion of an ‘open column’, and in 1951 Kirchner, Miller and Keller [3] reported the separation of terpenes on a ‘chromatostrip’, prepared by coating a small glass strip with an adsorbent mixed with starch or plaster of Paris, which acted as a binder.

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Cellulose Acetate Chromatographic Method Paper Chromatography Solvent Flow Solvent Front 
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  1. 1.Department of Physical SciencesTrent PolytechnicNottinghamUK

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