Handbook of Derivatization Reactions for HPLC

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Wiley, Aug 25, 1998 - Science - 1818 pages
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Thousands of derivatization procedures for HPLC and CE-an essential tool for today's analytical chemist.

This valuable reference offers fast and convenient access to derivatization reactions for both HPLC and capillary electrophoresis (CE). Covering a wide variety of compounds from pharmaceutical drugs and biological products to industrial contaminants, it is organized first by functional group and then by individual reagents. Techniques for each functional group are described in sufficient detail that the researcher can replicate procedures without reference to the original publications-saving hours of tedious library research. And because detailed procedures for the same reagent are listed together, it is easy to combine features of different methods and tailor them to fit specific individual requirements.

Also available on CD-ROM, Handbook of Derivatization Reactions for HPLC contains fully abstracted and evaluated procedures from more than 1,900 papers, with descriptions of hundreds of reagents. A further 3,000 papers are referenced in bibliographies that are clearly annotated to help analysts identify those sources likely to be most useful.

This important new resource will be welcomed by chemists working in pharmaceutical, biomedical, and environmental analysis.

Also available on CD-ROM

System requirements . . .

IBM-compatible PC 486 or better and Windows(r) 3.0 or higher, or Macintosh 68030 processor and System 7 or higher
* CD-ROM drive and 8 MB RAM minimum
* 5 MB free hard disk space minimum, 30 MB recommended for full installation.

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About the author (1998)

GEORGE LUNN, PhD, a consultant and scientific writer, currently works for the Food and Drug Administration and is a former senior research scientist for Program Resources, Inc. at the NCI-Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center in Frederick, Maryland. He is the coauthor of Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory and HPLC Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis, both published by Wiley.

LOUISE C. HELLWIG, PhD, is a lecturer in the Chemistry Department of Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. She holds degrees in chemistry and computer science from Swarthmore College, the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Towson University.

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