Use of phenol in determining chromatographic purity

Koeppen B.H. (1961)


WATER-SATURATED phenol is a well-known solvent for the paper chromatographic separation of polyphenols and was, for example, one of the solvents used by Roberts and Wood1 for the two-dimensional paper chromatographic separation of tea-leaf polyphenols. This solvent was, however, later discarded in favour of water2, or preferably 2 per cent acetic acid3. © 1961 Nature Publishing Group.

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