Volume 32, Issue 6 (November 1987)

    Comparison of Drug Retention Indices Determined on Packed, Wide Bore Capillary and Narrow Bore Capillary Columns

    (Received 16 January 1987; accepted 6 April 1987)

    Published Online: November

    CODEN: JFSOAD

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    Abstract

    The retention indices of 75 drugs and other compounds of toxicological significance have been measured on SE-30 equivalent, chemically bonded, fused silica capillary columns under isothermal conditions. The data have been assessed to determine the validity of using retention indices measured on packed columns for the identification of compounds eluting from narrow bore thin film or wide bore thick film capillary columns. The results indicate that the extensive retention index data bases published for SE-30 packed columns may be used for the preliminary identification of peaks eluting from capillary columns in toxicological screening. The study also indicates that retention index data bases generated on narrow bore capillary columns are applicable to wide bore thick film capillary columns.


    Author Information:

    David Osselton, M
    Higher scientific officer, senior scientific officer, and principal scientific officer, Central Research Establishment, Home Office Forensic Science Service, Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire,

    Japp, M
    Higher scientific officer, senior scientific officer, and principal scientific officer, Central Research Establishment, Home Office Forensic Science Service, Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire,

    Gill, R
    Higher scientific officer, senior scientific officer, and principal scientific officer, Central Research Establishment, Home Office Forensic Science Service, Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire,


    Stock #: JFS11217J

    ISSN: 0022-1198

    DOI: 10.1520/JFS11217J

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    Title Comparison of Drug Retention Indices Determined on Packed, Wide Bore Capillary and Narrow Bore Capillary Columns
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