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White, R. E. (1965). S. Dept. Health, Education, and Welfare, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Whitten, J. L. (1965). Effects, Uses, Control, and Research of Agricultural Pesticides. A Report by the Surveys and Investigations Staff. S. Govt. C. ^ 2 ^ Thin-Layer Chromatography J. J. WISE I. INTRODUCTION The technique of thin-layer chromatography has made a strong impact on analytical chemistry. The popularity of this technique has grown rapidly in the past few years and at present it is perhaps the most widely used separations technique next to gas chromatography.
Assoc. Offic. Agr. Chemists 48, 374. Rollins, R. Z. (1960). "Drift of Pesticides," Tenth Annual Convention of Agr. , Palm Springs, California, Jan. 15, 1960. Shoemake, G. , Fenimore, D. C , and Zlatkis, A. (1965). J. Gas Chromatog. 3, 285. , and Collie, J. R. (1963). S. Dept. C. Stanley, R. L. (1965). , Seminar, June 18, 1965, Walnut Creek, California. Thornburg, W. W. (1965). , Emeryville, California. , and Parcher, J. , (1965). / . Gas Chromatog. 3, 35. White, R. E. (1965). S. Dept. Health, Education, and Welfare, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Preparation of the sample, including the cleanup procedure, continues to be a major problem, especially with materials high in fat or oil content. , are not always wholly satisfactory. A procedure that may be satisfactory for a milk sample or a blood sample may not be applicable to a brain-tissue or liver-tissue sample. Few, if any, data have been published on the metabolites of the organophosphorus pesticides. More research data are needed on the known, and perhaps some unknown, metabolities of the halogenated pesticides.
Additional Principles and Methods of Analysis by Gunter Zweig (Eds.)