Further Reading

Geiss F (1987) Fundamentals of Thin Layer Chromatography. Heidelberg: Huethig.

Glajch JG, Kirkland JJ, Squire KM and Minor JM (1980) Journal of Chromatography 199: 57-79.

Kirchner JG (1978) Thin Layer Chromatography, 2nd edn. New York: Wiley.

Sabate C and Thomas X (1984) Journal of High Resolution Chromatography & Chromatography Communications 7: 104-106.

Sherma J and Fried B (eds) (1996) Handbook of Thin Layer Chromatography. New York: Dekker.

Stahl E (1967) Thin Layer Chromatography - A Laboratory Handbook, 2nd edn. Berlin: Springer.

Wang Q-S and Wang N-Y (1990) Journal of Planar Chromatography 3: 15-19.

Windhorst G, Kelder J and De Kleijn JP (1990) Journal of Planar Chromatography 3: 300-306.

Wintermayer U (1986) The Roots of Chromatography: Historical Outline of the Beginning to Thin-layer Chromatography. Darmstadt: GIT.

is essentially an automated online system, but at the same time retains the extreme flexibility of the traditional offline design of TLC. One of the many distinct advantages of TLC - the fact that each step can be separated in time and location from all other steps - is very likely to be lost in a fully automated design. Automation of each individual step, perhaps linked by suitable software, appears to be the better choice.

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