Cellulose HPTLC Plates
Cellulose is an organic sorbent, which is particularly suitable for the separation of hydrophilic substances by partition chromatography. MilliporeSigma’s high-quality cellulose plates include classical TLC or HPTLC grades, and facilitate a wide range of separations. Both plates are available with or without a special fluorescent indicator, which is stimulated to intense blue fluorescent emission at long-wave UV light of 366 nm, and at short-wave UV light of 254 nm.
TLC cellulose layers: Based on microcrystalline cellulose for standard separations
HPTLC cellulose layers: Based on high-purity, rod-shaped microcrystalline cellulose, resulting in a highly reduced diffusion of analytes for critical high-performance separations
Typical applications of cellulose plates include the analysis of amino acids, carbohydrates, phosphates, nucleic acids and nucleic acid derivatives for:
4. Na2HPO4 all 0.2%
|Sample volume||250 nL|
|Mobile phase||16% trichloroacetic acid diocane sol. ammonia in 1 L water; 70/30|
|Migration distance||7 cm|
|Detection||586 nm, TLC/HPTLC scanner, Camag|
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