Methods of Biochemical Analysis by D. Glick (ed.)

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Phenols, various mono and dihydric, acids and amides . . . Nitroohenoh. 13 29 19 20 3 1,51,53 5,6,21,26,36,37,74 77 PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS 39 satisfactory for the separation and identification of a large niimber of phenolic compounds. Exceptions are the fast-moving phenols such as phenol, p-ethylphenol, the cresols, and chlorophenols which move with the solvent front in all solvents examined. These can, however, be studied if they are first coupled with diazotized p-nitraniline or sulfanilic acid and the azo dye formed is applied to the paper as an alkaline solution (see Hossfeld (51), and Johnson, Stein, and Weiss (53)).

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