Concluding Remarks

This article demonstrates the current possibilities for the separation of selected organic bases. Most attention has been devoted to the advantages of TLC, retention mechanisms, structure, sample preparation, mobile and stationary phases, usual modes of development and detection procedures, and also two-dimensional techniques.

Quantification of organic bases mainly by in situ densitometry has been described. The development of HPTLC and the potential for other innovations such as overpressured thin-layer chromatography (OPTLC) with this group of compounds is of considerable interest.

See also: II/Chromatography: Thin-Layer (Planar):

Densitometry and Image Analysis; Layers; Modes of Development: Conventional; Modes of Development: Force Flow, Overpressured Layer, Chromatography and Centrifugal; Spray Reagents. III/Amines: Gas Chromatography. Impregnation Techniques: Thin-Layer (Planar) Chromatography. Pharmaceuticals: Basic Drugs: Liquid Chromatography.

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