TLC today:

Invented in the 50s, Thin Layer Chromatography is a simple, rapid and economic technique for separating the components of a mixture. Since the year 2000, Thin Layer Chromatography instrumentation has undergone significant development, allowing the method to be standardised and quantitative or semi-quantitative applications to be developed (limit tests). TLC is an important step in research laboratories and quality control activities. Used as an identification method and quantification technique, TLC offers a flexible solution that has become ever more reliable thanks to technological progress. Modern TLC is entirely consistent with regulatory requirements and particularly so in the case of MA dossiers.

  • Highly flexible
  • Efficient and rapid separation
  • Clear visual identification of the components on the plate
  • Multi-detection
  • Semi-quantitative and quantitative studies
  • Highly reproducible technique

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