Thin-Layer Chromatographic R Values of Toxicologically Relevant Substances on Standardized Systems  Report XVII of the DFG Commission for Clinical-Toxicological Analysis, Second Edition Cover

Thin-Layer Chromatographic R Values of Toxicologically Relevant Substances on Standardized Systems: Report XVII of the DFG Commission for Clinical-Toxicological Analysis, Second Edition

ISBN/ASIN: 9783527273973,9783527609253 | 1992 | English | pdf | 311/311 pages | 2.79 Mb
Publisher: VCH Verlagsgesellschaft mbH

This second edition provides indispensable, reliable and comparable Rf values on toxicologically relevant substances. In comparison to the first edition, the number of substances covered has been increased from 1100 to some 1800 for the 10 systems that can be used for general screening purposes.
These systems are known to work well for a large variety of drugs. However, additional, special TLC systems may be useful to provide adequate separations within specific chemical or pharmacological groups. Therefore, two special systems for pesticides and one special system to analyze benzodiazepine hydrolysis products (benzophenones) in urine have been added.
Content:
Chapter 1 Preface (pages 7–8):
Chapter 2 Acknowledgements (pages 8–9):
Chapter 3 Introduction (page 9):
Chapter 4 Choice of Systems (pages 10–14):
Chapter 5 Running the Systems (pages 14–18):
Chapter 6 Measurement and Correction of hRf Values (pages 19–20):
Chapter 7 Rf Data (pages 21–24):
Chapter 8.1 Substance Names in Alphabetical Order vs. hRf Data and CAS Registry Numbers (pages 25–68):
Chapter 8.2 hRf Data in TLC System 1 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 69–76):
Chapter 8.3 hRf Data in TLC System 2 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 77–85):
Chapter 8.4 hRf Data in TLC System 3 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 86–93):
Chapter 8.5 hRf Data in TLC System 4 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 94–119):
Chapter 8.6 hRf Data in TLC System 5 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 120–144):
Chapter 8.7 hRf Data in TLC System 6 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 145–156):
Chapter 8.8 hRf Data in TLC System 7 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 157–176):
Chapter 8.9 hRf Data in TLC System 8 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 177–197):
Chapter 8.10 hRf Data in TLC System 9 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 198–215):
Chapter 8.11 hRf Data in TLC System 10 in Ascending Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 216–233):
Chapter 8.12 hRf Data in TLC System T (Toxi?Lab A) vs. Substance Names (pages 234–249):
Chapter 8.13 hRf Data in TLC System P1 (Pesticides) vs. Substance Names (pages 250–253):
Chapter 8.14 hRf Data in TLC System P2 (Pesticides) vs. Substance Names (pages 254–257):
Chapter 8.15 hRf Data in TLC System B (Benzodiazepine Hydrolysis Products) vs. Substance Names (page 258):
Chapter 8.16 CAS Registry Numbers in Numerical Order vs. Substance Names (pages 259–290):
Chapter 9 References (pages 291–292):
Chapter 10 Addresses of the Authors (page 293):
Chapter 11 Members of the TIAFT Committee for Systematic Toxicological Analysis (page 294):
Chapter 12 Members of the DFG Commission for Clinical?Toxicological Analysis (pages 295–297):
Chapter 13 Publications of the DFG Commission for Clinical?Toxicological Analysis (pages 298–299):

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