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Handbook of Analytical Derivatization Reactions

D. Knapp, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1979, 741 pp., hard cover

  •  ISBN-10 0-471-03469-X

  •  ISBN-13 978-0-471-03469-8

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publication info   D. Knapp, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1979, 741 pp., hard cover
mfr. no.   Wiley

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Much of the analytical work involving GC, MS, GC-MS and more recently HPLC involve analytical derivatization prior to analysis. This book presents a collection of these derivatization methods. Those described here involve covalent derivatives of organic compounds.

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Introduction: Uses of Analytical Derivatization.  Derivative Types and Reagents.  General Considerations in Analytical Derivatization.  Apparatus for Analytical Derivatization.  Derivatization of Particular Compound Types: Hydroxyl, Sulfhydryl, and Epoxy Compounds.  Amino Compounds.  Carboxylic Acids.  Unsaturated, Cyclopropane, and Methyl Branched Fatty Acids: Derivatives for Determination of Substituent Location.  Amino Acids and Peptides.  Aldehydes and Ketones.  Nitrogen Functional Groups Other than the Amino Group.  Phospho and Sulfo Compounds.  Derivatives for Chromatographic Separation of Optical Isomers.  Fatty Lipids.  Steroids, Prostaglandins and Related Compounds.  Carbohydrates.  Nucleotides, Their Constituents, and Related Compounds.  Drugs.  Appendices.  Indexes.

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