Further Reading

Ariga N (1972) Thin-layer chromatography of keto acid 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazones. Analytical Biochemistry 1972, 49: 436. Barthomeuf C, Regerat F and Combe-Chevaleyrer S (1993) Densitometric analysis of gallic acid in fermentation liquors. Journal of Planar Chromatography 6: 245-247. Copius-Peereboom JW (1969) Thin layer chromatography. In: Stahl E (ed.) Foodstuffs and their Additives, p. 653. London: G Allen and Unwin. Eisenbeiss A, Reuke S and Tiirck M (1992) Determination of diacetoneketogulonic acid in water samples by HPTLC. Journal of Chromatography 589: 390-393.

Gänshirt H (1969) Synthetic pharmaceutical products. In: Stahl E (ed.) Thin-layer Chromatography, p. 541. London: G. Allen and Unwin.

Guinchard C, Truong TT, Masson JD and Panouse JD (1976) Migration d'acides aromatiques en chromatographie sur couche mince de gel de silice en fonction de la teneur en eau ou en acide formique de solutions creant l'atmosphere de la cuve a chromatographie. Chromatography 9: 627-629.

Hanai T (1982) Phenols and organic acids. In: Zweig G and Sherma J (eds), Handbook of Chromatography, vol. 1, pp. 159-174. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Hauck HE, Mack M and Jost W (1996) Sorbents and precoated layers in thin-layer chromatography. In: Sherma J and Fried BJ (eds) Handbook of Thin Layer Chromatog-y, 2nd edn, p. 101. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Jost W, Hauck HE and Herbert H (1984) Reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography of 2-substituted benzoic acids with ammonium compounds as ion-pair reagents. Chromatographia 18: 512-516.

Kastelan-Macan M, Cerjan-Stefanovics and Jaisovec D (1992) Determination of aquatic humic acids in natural river waters. Water Science and Technology 26: 2567-2570.

Khan SH, Murawski MP and Sherma J (1994) Quantitative HPTLC determination of organic acid preservatives. Journal of Liquid Chromatography 17: 855-865.

Klaus R, Fischer W and Hauck HE (1991) Qualitative and quantitative analysis of uric acid, creatine and creatine together with carbohydrates in biological materials by HPTLC. Chromatographia 32: 307-316.

Madelaine-Dupich C, Azema J, Escoula B, Rico L and Lattes A (1993) Analysis of N-acylaminonaphthalene sulphonic acid derivatives with potential anti-human immunodeficiency activity by TLC and FID. Journal of Chromatography 653: 178-180.

Petersen HW, Petersen LM, Piet H and Ravn H (1991) A new HPTLC fluorescence densitometric method for the quantitative analysis of rosmarinic acid. Journal of Planar Chromatography 4: 235-236.

Petrowitz H-J (1969) Synthetic organic products. In: Stahl E (ed.) Thin-layer Chromatography, p. 678. London: G Allen and Unwin.

Sarbach Ch, Postaire E and Sauzieres J (1994) Simultaneous determination of £-caprolactam and £-aminocaproic acid contaminants in polyamide-6. Journal of Liquid Chromatography 17: 2737-2749.

Smith MC and Sherma J (1995) Determination of benzoic acid and sorbic acid preservatives. Journal of Planar Chromatography 8: 103-106.

Tyman JHP (1996) Phenols, aromatic carboxylic acids and indoles. In: Sherma J and Fried BJ (eds) Handbook of Thin-layer Chromatography, 2nd edn, pp. 906-907, 912-913. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Wardas W, Pyka A and Jedrzejczak M (1995) Visualising agents for aromatic carboxylic acids in TLC. Journal of Planar Chromatography 8: 148-151.

Williams RJ and Evans WC (1975) The metabolism of benzoate by Moraxella species through anaerobic nitrate respiration. Biochemistry Journal 148: 1.

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