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PLC Plates for Separations from Milligrams to Grams
Our Preparative layer (PLC) plates allow separation and purification of samples varying in quantity – from milligrams to grams.
Qualitative Thin Layer Chromatography Analysis Ginkgo
Qualitative Thin Layer Chromatography Analysis of Flavonoids and Quantification of Terpene Lactones in Ginkgo Biloba Extracts and Tablets
Thin Layer Chromatography Identification Test for Dextromethorphan following European Pharmacopeia Monograph on Silica Gel G 254 Plates
Silica gel G 254 plates are suitable for analysis of Dextromethorphan following the European pharmacopeia monograph.
Detection and Determination of Caffeine, Taurine and Arginine in Shampoos by HPTLC
The modern thin-layer chromatography (TLC) offers advantages also in the field of cosmetics to quickly and simultaneously analyze samples with densitometric detection.
Catalyst Screening followed by TLC-MS for Reaction Progress Analysis using KitAlysis™
Catalyst screening, KitAlysis™ High-Throughput Screening Kits, Thin layer chromatography (TLC), parallel analysis, parallel synthesisigh-Throughput Buchwald-Hartwig Amination Reaction Screening Kit, TLC-MS analysis
Determination of Lactose in Dairy Products Using TLC-MS
Straightforward HPTLC-MS analysis of lactose in dairy products (milk or yoghurt) using only protein crash, centrifugation and dilution as sample preparation.
Determination of Quinine in Tonic Water and Caffeine in Coffee and Cola Drinks Using TLC-MS
HPTLC–MS analysis of quinine in tonic water and caffeine in coffee and cola drinks. Tonic and cola drinks decarbonized through ultrasonication, and coffee extracted through PTFE filter.
Determination of Caffeine in Energy Drinks with HPTLC-MS
Thin layer chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry does not require substantial sample preparation. Energy drinks can be applied without dilution directly onto the TLC plate.
Thin-Layer Chromatography Process
What causes a dissolved mixture to separate when applied to a TLC plate? The thin-layer chromatography process relies on capillary forces. During development of the chromatogram, the mixture of substances is first transported by the mobile phase, then resides on
TLC Analysis of Caffeine in Coffee Samples, Quantification of Analyte Concentration
Boiled coffee samples were extracted and filtered with a 0.45 μm Millex syringe filter.
Determination of Caffeine in Coffee using High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography
HPTLC was used to analyze caffeine in coffee. Filtration of coffee through a PTFE syringe filter was the only sample preparation. Quantitation was conducted with a TLC scanner.
Sildenafil Citrate USP Method Using HPTLC Plates for the Limit of Imidazole Test
In the present study we demonstrate compliance of silica gel 60 F254 HPTLC plates with USP requirements, and how HPTLC plates are suitable for the Sildenafil citrate-Limit of Imidazole test.
Chromatographic Testing of Black Pepper According to the United States Pharmacopeia
Powdered black pepper was chosen as example for dietary supplements, being a source for pierine. It is tested according to the current United States Pharmacopeia (USP) guidelines using HPTLC and HPLC.
HPTLC Application for Passiflora incarnata
Effective analysis of passion flower by HPTLC fingerprinting, in conjunction with a comprehensive range of related reference materials, enables fast and efficient identification of this plant material.