1973 Volume 46 Issue 1 Pages 113-115
The salting-out adsorption of isomeric butyl alcohols on Amberlite (200) type designated as the macroreticular ion-exchange resin (MR type) was studied. On the basis of the difference in the salting-out effect of isomers, the separation of the isomer mixture in a dilute aqueous solution was attempted by using an aqueous ammonium sulfate solution as an eluent and the MR resin as a stationary phase. It seems that MR resin as the stationary phase is inadequate for the salting-out chromatography of isomeric butyl alcohols.
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