Laboratory contaminants in lipid chemistry: Detection by thin-layer chromatography and infrared spectrophotometry and some procedures minimizing their occurrence

@article{Rouser2006LaboratoryCI,
  title={Laboratory contaminants in lipid chemistry: Detection by thin-layer chromatography and infrared spectrophotometry and some procedures minimizing their occurrence},
  author={G. Rouser and G. Kritchevsky and M. Whatley and C. Baxter},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={107-112}
}
  • G. Rouser, G. Kritchevsky, +1 author C. Baxter
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Lipids
  • Many sources of contamination for lipid preparations exist in the laboratory. These contaminants can be detected using thin-layer chromatography (TLC) and infrared spectroscopy. Numerous components that are potential contaminants and can lead to false analyses were demonstrated by TLC in laboratory soaps, cleaners, hand creams and lotions, hair tonics, laboratory greases, floor waxes, oil vapors, tobacco smoke, hydrocarbon phases for gas-liquid chromatography, etc. Procedures preventing… CONTINUE READING
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