The Chromatography of Steroids
The basic theory of chromatography and some general principles; Chromatographic separation of steroids; Techniques and apparatus; Quantitative chromatography: colorimetric and radioisotopic techniques; Structural analysis and identification of steroids by chromatography; Some typical analytical problems of steroid biochemistry; Purification of reagents and materials; Microchemical reactions for steroids; Methods of detection on paper chromatograms; Calculations with Rf and Rm value.
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THE BASIC THEORY OF CHROMATOGRAPHY AND SOME GENERAL
Chemical structure and chromatographic behaviour
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