ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY | RESEARCH ARTICLE Identification of co-existing cationic surfactants with preliminary separation on silica HPTLC plates using mixed aqueous sodium chloride-ethanol as eluent

@inproceedings{Mohammad2015ANALYTICALC,
  title={ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY | RESEARCH ARTICLE Identification of co-existing cationic surfactants with preliminary separation on silica HPTLC plates using mixed aqueous sodium chloride-ethanol as eluent},
  author={Ali Ahmadi Mohammad and Rizwana Mobin},
  year={2015}
}
A new high-performance thin-layer chromatographic system comprising of silica gel 60 HPTLC plates as stationary phase and ethanol-5% aqueous sodium chloride (8:2) as mobile phase has been identified as most suitable for separation of quaternary mixture of cationic surfactants. Separation efficacy of developed method has been established by obtaining well-resolved densitogram of separated spots. To check the versatility, effects of presence of metal cations, inorganic anions, amino acids… CONTINUE READING

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