Analytical Abstracts Database Guide

Analytical Abstracts is the world's most comprehensive abstracts service dealing solely with analytical chemistry. It contains references to articles from more than 3000 journals, with coverage beginning in 1980.

Each reference to an article in Analytical Abstracts is called a record or a bibliographic citation. The full text of the articles is not given, but all items since 1984 contain abstracts of the principal analytical points in each article. Analytical Abstracts is international in scope.

Segments and Years of Coverage
Name   Years of Coverage
ANAB   1980 - present

The limit of databases that you can select for a multifile search session is based upon database segments rather than actual databases. The Ovid multifile segment limit is set at 120 to avoid impacting your search sessions. This database includes 1 segment.

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The following list is sorted alphabetically by field alias. Click a field name to see the description and search information.
All Fields in this Database
  Abstract (AB) Heading Words (HW) Source (SO)
  Accession Number (AN) E-Mail (MA) Pagination (PG)
  All Searchable Fields (AF) Index Headings - Analyte (IA) Publication Type (PT)
  Analytical Abstracts Number (AA) Index Headings - Concepts (IC) Publisher Information (PU)
  Author (AU) Index Headings - Matrix (IM) Registry Number Word (RW)
  Availability (AV) Institution (IN) Section Code (SE)
  CAS Registry Number (RN) ISBN (IB) Subject Headings (SH)
  Coden (CD) ISSN (IS) Subsection Code (SS)
  Conference Information (CF) Issue/Part (IP) Title (TI)
  Copyright (CO) Journal Abbreviation (JA) Update Code (UP)
  Country of Publication (CP) Journal Name (JN) Volume (VO)
  Cross Reference Sections (CR) Journal Word (JX) Year of Publication (YR)
  Date of Publication (DP) Language (LG)  
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Default Fields for Unqualified Searches (MP): Searching for a term without specifying a field in Advanced search, or specifying .mp., defaults to the following ‘multi-purpose’ (.mp.) fields for this database: ti,ab,sh,hw.
  Abstract (AB) Heading Words (HW) Title (TI)
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Default Fields for Display, Print, Email, and Save: The following fields are included by default for each record.

  Abstract (AB) E-Mail (MA) Language (LG)
  Accession Number (AN) Index Headings - Analyte (IA) Publication Type (PT)
  Author (AU) Index Headings - Concepts (IC) Registry Number Word (RN)
  Availability (AV) Index Headings - Matrix (IM) Section Code (SE)
  Coden (CD) Institution (IN) Source (SO)
  Conference Information (CF) ISBN (IB) Subsection Code (SS)
  Copyright (CO) ISSN (IS) Title (TI)
  Country of Publication (CP) Journal Abbreviation (JA) Year of Publication (YR)
  Cross Reference Sections (CR) Journal Name (JN)  
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All Fields for Display, Print, Email, and Save: Use the Select Fields button in the Results Manager at the bottom of the Main Search Page to choose the fields for a record.

  Abstract (AB)
E-Mail (MA) Publication Type (PT)
  Accession Number (AN) Index Headings - Analyte (IA) Registry Number Word (RN)
  Analytical Abstracts Number (AA) Index Headings - Concepts (IC) Section Code (SE)
  Author (AU) Index Headings - Matrix (IM) Source (SO)
  Availability (AV) Institution (IN) Subsection Code (SS)
  Coden (CD) ISBN (IB) Title (TI)
  Conference Information (CF) ISSN (IS) Update Code (UP)
  Copyright (CO) Journal Abbreviation (JA) Year of Publication (YR)
  Country of Publication (CP) Journal Name (JN)  
  Cross Reference Sections (CR) Language (LG)  
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Elements of Source (SO) Field: Ovid searches the following fields as part of the record source.
  Issue/Part (IP) Pagination (PG) Year of Publication (YR)
  Journal Abbreviation (JA) Publisher Information (PU)  
  Journal Name (JN) Volume (VO)  
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The following list is sorted alphabetically by the two-letter label, and includes the relevant alias, at least one example for all searchable fields, and a description of the field.
Label Name / Example
AA Analytical Abstracts Number [Phrase Indexed]

The Analytical Abstracts Number (AA) field indicates the volume and issue of the document in the printed ANALYTICAL ABSTRACTS.

The first two digits in the code indicate the volume and the last two digits the issue. Between 1980 and 1983 there were two volumes, each of six issues, published each year. From 1984 through 1999 there is a direct relationship between (a) the volume and year of publication and (b) the issue and month of publication. From 2000 onward, updates are weekly rather than monthly; there are 50 issues per year.

AB Abstract [Word Indexed]

The Abstract (AB) field contains a brief summary of the major analytical findings in the published article.  Note that this field is not present in pre-1984 records.

AF All Searchable Fields [Search Alias]

All Fields (AF) is an alias for all of the fields which occur in the source documents, including value-added fields such as Abstract (AB).

AN Accession Number [Phrase Indexed]
  The Accession Number (AN) field contains a unique number assigned to each record by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
AU Author [Phrase Indexed]

The Author (AU) field identifies the author(s) of the original published article.

AV Availability [Word Indexed]
  The Availability (AV) field indicates the source from which the document can be obtained.
CD Coden [Phrase Indexed]
  The Coden (CD) field contains the ASTM CODEN for the source document. This code consists of five characters and a check digit.
CF Conference Information [Word Indexed]
  The Conference Information (CF) field contains the name, date, location and in some cases, pricing information, of a conference, symposium, seminar, etc.

Copyright [Word Indexed]

  The Copyright (CO) field contains the copyright information associated with an article.
CP Country of Publication [Phrase Indexed]
  The Country of Publication (CP) field contains the country where the original work was done.
CR Cross Reference Sections [Phrase Indexed]

The Cross Reference Sections (CR) field points to other sections that might be of interest (in addition to the section in which the document appears). The cross reference consists of a section letter and the first digit of a subsection. The Cross Reference Sections are no longer be provided after June 20th, 2005.

See the Subsection Codes (SS) field for a list of codes.

DP Date of Publication[Display Only]
  The Date of Publication (DP) field contains the issue year of the journal. The DP field displays as part of the Source (SO) field.
ED Edition[Display Only]
  The Edition(ED) field contains information on the edition (or publication).
HW Heading Words [Word Indexed]
  The Heading Words (HW) field enables you to search for individual words contained in the Subject Headings (SH) field.

Index Headings - Analyte [Phrase Indexed]

  The Index Headings – Analyte (IA) field contains the analyte itself and some text which amplifies or modifies the information on the analyte. An analyte is that substance which is being separated, identified, detected, determined or assayed. To ensure searching for an ANALYTE itself, add a hyphenated A to the term.
IB ISBN [Word Indexed]
  The ISBN (IB) field contains the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) as assigned by the Standard Book Numbering Agencies. This number uniquely identifies the book or monograph.
IC Index Headings - Concepts [Phrase Indexed]
ion exchange-c.ic.
  The Index Headings – Concepts (IC) field gives controlled-language terms for novel techniques, apparatus, general areas of study etc. In addition to the terms themselves, the field also contains modifying or amplifying text. To ensure searching for the concept itself, add a hyphenated C to the term.
IM Index Headings - Matrix [Phrase Indexed]
  The Index Headings – Matrix (IM) field contains the matrix in which the analyte is present. The matrix is the sample or medium in which the analyte is present.  To ensure searching for the matrix itself, add a hyphenated M to the term.
IN Institution [Word Indexed]
inst applied
  The Institution (IN) field contains the address of the author(s).

To search for an institute, enter a specific identifier. For example, use "Wake Forest" instead of "Wake Forest University," because words such as "University" might be abbreviated in the citation. Search results using a common word, such as "College," will contain a variety of institutes that include "College."
IP Issue/Part [Word Indexed]
  The Issue/Part field (IP) contains the issue and/or part for a particular volume of a journal. The IP field displays as part of the Source (SO) field.
IS ISSN [Phrase Indexed]
  The ISSN (IS) field contains the International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) as assigned by the International Serials Data System. This number uniquely identifies the serial or journal.

Include the hyphen when searching for an ISSN.
JA Journal Abbreviation [Phrase Indexed]
appl spectrosc.ja.
ther drug monit.ja.
  The Journal Abbreviation (JA) field contains the abbreviated form of the full journal name. The JA field displays as part of the Source (SO) field.
JN Journal Name [Phrase Indexed]
applied spectroscopy.jn.
therapeutic drug monitoring.jn.
  The Journal Name (JN) field contains the full name of the journal in which the original document was published.
JX Journal Word [Word Indexed]
  The Journal Word (JW) field contains individual words from every journal name indexed in Analytical Abstracts.

Use this field to retrieve every occurence of a journal that includes a particular word, such as "biochemistry".
LG Language [Phrase Indexed]
  The Language (LG) field contains the language of the original document.
MA E-Mail [Word Indexed]
  The E-Mail Address (MA) field contains the e-mail address of the author(s). To search for an e-mail address, remove punctuation. For example, for [email protected], enter rdessychemserverchemvtedu.
PG Pagination [Word Indexed]
  The Pagination (PG) field contains the initial and final pages of a document. The PG field displays as part of the Source (SO) field.
PT Publication Type [Phrase Indexed]
  The Publication Type (PT) field identifies the source document as one of the following publication types: book, journal, or technical report.
PU Publisher Information [Word Indexed]
  The Publisher Information (PU) field contains the name, location, and website information of the publisher, if available. The PU field displays as part of the Source (SO) field.
RN CAS Registry Number [Phrase Indexed]
  The CAS Registry Number (RN) field contains the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry number for a compound mentioned in an article.

The CAS Registry Number uniquely identifies a substance and associates it with the appropriate chemical structure.
RW Registry Number Word [Word Indexed]
  The Registry Number Word (RW) index contains individual words from the CAS Registry Number (RN) field and is used to search portions of chemical names.
SE Section Code [Phrase Indexed]

The Section Code (SE) field contains a code, which identifies the subject section to which the document has been assigned.  You can use either the single letter code or the text equivalent to search. Note that Section Code A is common to both periods, and J occurs only in pre-1991 data.

The following is a list of Section Codes:

Pre-1991 data 1991 onward
General analytical chemistry General analytical chemistry
Inorganic chemistry Chromatography and electrophoresis
Organic chemistry Spectroscopy and radiochemical methods
Biochemistry Inorganic and organic analysis
Pharmaceutical chemistry Applied and industrial analysis
Food Clinical and biochemical analysis
Agriculture Pharmaceutical analysis
Environmental chemistry Environment, agriculture, and food
Apparatus techniques No code in data from 1991 onward
SH Subject Headings [Phrase Indexed]
  The Subject Headings (SH) index enables you to search the following fields simultaneously: Index Headings - Analyte (IA), Index Headings - Concepts (IC), and Index Headings - Matrix (IM). This field contains the analyte, matrix, or concept, and some text that amplifies or modifies the information.
SO Source [Display Only]
  The Source (SO) field indicates the original source of the document (journal, book, or technical report) together with year of publication, volume, issue, and pages, where appropriate.
SS Subsection Code [Phrase Indexed]
  The Subsection Code (SS) field contains a five-digit subsection number to which the document has been assigned within a particular section.

A General Analytical Chemistry
0* General 5* Titrimetry
1* Hazards 6* Sensors (including ion-selective electrodes)
2* Computers and chemometrics 7* Electrochemical analysis
3* Sampling and sample preparation 8* Thermal analysis
4* Automated analysis (including flow-injection) 9* Particle characterization
B Chromatography and Electrophoresis
0* General 3* Liquid column chromatography (including ion chromatography and ion-exchange)
1* Gas chromatography 4* Electrophoresis
2* Supercritical-fluid technology 5* Thin-layer chromatography (including paper chromatography)
C Spectroscopy and Radiochemical Methods
0* General 3* Molecular spectrometry
1* Microscopy and optical analysis 4* Mass spectrometry
2* Atomic spectrometry 5* Radiochemical analysis
D Inorganic and Organic Analysis
0* General    
  Inorganic Analysis
  10* General 24* Group IV C, Si, Ge, Sn, Pb, Ti, Zr, Hf
  2* Elements (Periodic-Group order) 25* Group V N, P, As, Sb, Bi, V, Nb, Ta
  20* Noble gases He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, Rn 26* Group VI O, S, Se, Te, Po, Cr, Mo, W
  21* Group I H, Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr, Cu, Ag, Au 27* Group VII F, Cl, Br, I, At, Mn, Tc, Re
  22* Group II Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra, Zn, Cd, Hg 28* Group VIII Fe, Co, Ni, Ru, Rh, Pd, Os, Ir, Pt
  23* Group III B, Al, Ga, In, Tl, Sc, Y, lanthanoids, actinoids 29* Organometallic compounds
  Organic Analysis
  30* General 33* Fused ring systems
  31* Aliphatic compounds 34* Heterocyclic compounds
  32* Homocyclic and aromatic compounds    
E Applied and Industrial Analysis
0* General 4* Petroleum and its products
1* Inorganic industrial products (including ceramics,glass, construction materials, catalysts, and semiconductors) 5* Organic industrial products (including surfactants, cosmetics, healthcare products, dyes, paper, wood, polymers, and textiles)
2* Nuclear technology 6* Art and archaeology
3* Geochemical analysis (including coal) 7* Biofuels
F Clinical and Biochemical Analysis
0* General 50* Physiological process molecules and proteins
10* Trace elements, blood gases, and acid-base balance 51* Degradation and metabolic proteins
20* Toxicology 6* Immune Response
30* Carbohydrates 7* Haems and porphyrins
31* Lipids, lipoproteins and apolipoproteins 70* Other proteins, peptides and amino-acids
4* Endocrinology (including all hormones and neurotransmitters) 71* Proteomics
40* Cellular process molecules and proteins 72* Peptides and amino-acids
41* Cell signaling molecules and proteins 8* Nucleic acids
42* Production of DNA and proteins 9* Other biochemical substances (including bile acids, bilirubin, urea, creatinine, and urate)
5* Amino-acids, peptides, and proteins    
G Pharmaceutical Analysis (including drugs in biological fluids)
001 General 114* Anxiolytic sedatives, hypnotics and antipsychotics
101* Analgesic and anti-inflammatory agents 115* Cardioactive agents (including cardiac inotropic agents and antiarrhythmic agents)
102* Anthelmintics 116* Corticosteroids
103* Antibacterial and antimycobacterial agents (including antibiotics, sulphonamides, etc.) 117* Diuretics
104* Antidepressants (including benzodiazepines, tricyclics, etc.) 118* Gastrointestinal agents
105* Antiepileptics (anticonvulsants) 119* General and local anaesthetics
106* Antifungal agents 120* Nutritional agents and vitamins
107* Antigout agents 121* Opioid analgesics
108* Antihistamines 122* Sex hormones
109* Antidiabetics 123* Stimulants and anorectics
110* Antimuscarine agents 124* Sympathomimetics and parasympathomimetrics
111* Antineoplastic agents and immunosuppressants 125* Vasodilators
112* Antiprotozoal and antimalarial agents 126* Xanthines
113* Antiviral agents 2* Other drugs and pharmaceutical materials
H Environment, Agriculture, and Food
0* General 4* Sediments and soil
1* Air 5* Agrochemicals
2* Water 6* Crops and plant analysis
3* Wastes 7* Animal feed
  8* General 85* Protein foods
  81* Biochemical and nutrient analysis 86* Dairy products, fats and oils
  82* Toxic substances 87* Fruit and vegetables
  83* Additives 88* Beverages
  84* Carbohydrate foods (including products of the sugar industry) 89* Other foods (including condiments)
TI Title [Word Indexed]
  The Title (TI) field contains the English title of the document. Any insertions [in square brackets] define names or clarify terms.
UP Update Code [Phrase Indexed]
  The Update Code (UP) field displays in all records and contains the date the record was released into the database. It consists of eight digits, in YYYYMMWW format, where YYYY is the release year, MM is the release month, and WW is the release week.
VO Volume [Word Indexed]
  The Volume (VO) field contains the volume of the periodical that contains the original document. The VO field displays in the Source (SO) field.
YR Year of Publication [Phrase Indexed]
  The Year of Publication (YR) field indicates the year in which the original document was published.


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Advanced Searching
You can use special search syntax listed below to combine search terms or strategically develop a search. Full documentation is provided in the Advanced Searching Techniques section of the Online Help.
Operator Syntax Search Example Sample Results
OR x or y vitamin c or ascorbic acid "Determination of ascorbic acid in drug formulations"


The OR operator retrieves records that contain any or all of the search terms. For example, the search heart attack or myocardial infarction retrieves results that contain the terms heart attack, myocardial infarction or both terms; results are all inclusive. You can use the OR operator in both unqualified searches and searches applied to a specific field.
AND x and y dopamine and ascorbic acid "Exploiting micellar environment for simultaneous electrochemical determination of ascorbic acid and dopamine"


The AND operator retrieves only those records that include all of the search terms. For example, the search blood pressure and stroke retrieves results that contain the term blood pressure and the term stroke together in the same record; results are exclusive of records that do not contain both of these terms. You can use the AND operator in both unqualified searches and searches applied to a specific field.
NOT x not y ascorbigen not ascorbic acid "Separation of ascorbigen, 1'-methylascorbigen and their derivatives"


The NOT operator retrieves records that contain the first search term and excludes the second search term. For example, the search health reform not health maintenance organizations retrieves only those records that contain the term health reform but excludes the term health maintenance organizations. In this way, you can use the NOT operator to restrict results to a specific topic.
You can use the NOT operator in both unqualified searches and searches applied to a specific field.
Adjacency (ADJ) x y monolayer adj electrode "A superoxide sensor based on a multilayer cytochrome c electrode"


The Adjacent operator (ADJ) retrieves records with search terms next to each other in that specific order. You do not need to separate search terms manually by inserting ADJ between them, because when you separate terms with a space on the command line, Ovid automatically searches for the terms adjacent to one another. For example, the search blood pressure is identical to the search blood adj pressure.
Defined Adjacency (ADJn) x ADJn y

phosphorus adj3 soil

"Extraction of soil organic phosphorus"


The defined adjacency operator (ADJn) retrieves records that contain search terms within a specified number (n-1) of words from each other in any order (stop-words included). To use the adjacency operator, separate your search terms with ADJ and a number from 1 to 99 as explained below:

           ADJ1     Next to each other, in any order
           ADJ2     Next to each other, in any order, up to 1 word in between
           ADJ3     Next to each other, in any order, up to 2 words in between
           ADJ99   Next to each other, in any order, up to 98 words in between

For example, the search physician adj5 relationship retrieves records that contain the words physician and relationship with a maximum of four words in between in either direction. This particular search retrieves records containing such phrases as physician patient relationship, patient physician relationship, or relationship between cancer patient and physician.
Please note Ovid’s order of operation handles terms within parentheses first. Therefore it is recommended to apply the ADJn operator in one-on-one operations to avoid missing out on results. E.g. stroke adj4 (blood pressure or high blood pressure) could potentially miss out on some combinations of stroke with high blood pressure. The optimum way to execute this on Ovid is: (stroke adj4 blood pressure) OR (stroke adj4 high blood pressure).
Frequency (FREQ) x.ab./FREQ=n


"Detection limit of nitrate in whole blood was about 0.5 mug/ml"


The frequency operator (FREQ) lets you specify a threshold of occurrence of a term in the records retrieved from your search. Records containing your search term are retrieved only if the term occurs at least the specified (n) number of times. In general, records that contain many instances of your search term are more relevant than records that contain fewer instances. The frequency operator is particularly useful when searching a text field, such as Abstract or Full Text, for a common word or phrase.
Unlimited Truncation ($) x$


"preconcentration of trace amounts of cadmium ions"


Unlimited truncation retrieves all possible suffix variations of the root word indicated. To apply unlimited truncation to a term, type the root word or phrase followed by either of the truncation characters: $ (dollar sign) or * (asterisk). For example, in the truncated search rat*, Ovid retrieves the word rat as well as the words rats, and more.
Limited Truncation ($) x$n


"structure characterization and quantification in dog plasma"


Limited truncation specifies a maximum number of characters that may follow the root word or phrase. For example, the truncated search dog$1 retrieves results with the words dog and dogs; but it does not retrieve results with the word dogma.
Mandated Wildcard (#) xx#y


"infants of women with type 1 diabetes"


Searching with a mandated wildcard retrieves all possible variations of a word in which the wildcard is present in the specified place. You can use it at the end of a term to limit results to only those that contain the word plus the mandated character. For example, the search dog# retrieves results that contain the word dogs, but not those that contain the word dog, effectively limiting results to only those that contain the plural form of the word. The mandated wild card character (#) is also useful for retrieving specialized plural forms of a word. For example, the search wom#n retrieves results that contain both woman and women. You can use multiple wild cards in a single query word.
Optional Wildcard (?) xx?y colo?r "Identification of a trace colored impurity in drug substance by preparative liquid chromatography"


The optional wild card character (?) can be used within or at the end of a search term to substitute for one or no characters. This wild card is useful for retrieving documents with British and American word variants since it specifies that you want retrieval whether or not the extra character is present. For example, the optional wild card search colo?r retrieves results that contain the words color or colour. You can use multiple wild cards in a single query word.
Literal String ("") "x / y"


"Comparison of the performances of hot and cold sample"


"Dec 2004; 3(12): 1154-1169"


Quotation marks can be used to retrieve records that contain literal strings, when the string includes special characters, such as a forward slash (/).

Quotation marks can also be used to retrieve records that contain numbers that may otherwise be confused for earlier searches. In the example, a search for 3.vo would limit the string from your third search in your search history to the volume field. By including the number in quotation marks, the search will retrieve documents with a 3 in the volume number.

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Stopwords have been eliminated from this database. You can now search for words or phrases like hope not  Previously such searches would have returned an error because they included stopwords.
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The following limits are available for this database. See Database Limits in the Ovid Online Help for details on applying limits.


Abstracts Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to abstracts
Command Syntax: ..l/ ab=y
  A limit to Abstracts restricts retrieval to documents which include an abstract. Over 50% of the DatabaseName records after 1975 contain abstracts. All abstracts included in the DatabaseName are in English and were written by the author(s) of the original article.
Country of Publication Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to argentina
  A limit to Country of Publication restricts retrieval to documents that were published in a specific country.
English Language Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to english language
  A limit to English Language restricts retrieval to documents originally written in the English language. Articles originally written in another language, but with an English abstract, are eliminated by this limit.
Full Text Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to full text
  A limit to Full Text will result in only those records that have links to full text. Both Ovid full text and external full text are included in this limit.
Language Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to french
  A limit to Language restricts retrieval to documents available in a particular language or languages.
Latest Update Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to latest update
  A limit to Latest Update restricts retrieval to the documents added to the database most recently.
Ovid Full Text Available Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to ovid full text available
  A limit to Ovid Full Text Available restricts retrieval to records that contain a link to the full text of an article.
Publication Type Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to book
  A limit to Publication Type restricts retrieval to records available in the selected formats.
Publication Year Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to yr=2000
limit 1 to yr=1999-2003
Command Syntax: ..L/1 yr=2000
  A limit to Publication Year restricts retrieval to records between the selected dates.
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Currently no tools are available for this database.

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Changing to this Database
To change a search session to a segment of this database from another database or another segment, use the following syntax in the Ovid Syntax tab:
  Command Syntax: ..c/anab
  Sentence Syntax: use anab

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Sample Documents
Sample 1
Accession Number
  Pan X
  Fujian Inst. Drug Control, Fuzhou 350001, China
  RP-HPLC determination of quercetin in several plants of Folium Rhododendri in Fujian.
  Yaowu-Fenxi-Zazhi. 30 Nov 2002; 22(6): 436-440
Index Headings - Analyte
  quercetin-A: detmn. of, in Rhododendron leaves, by HPLC
Index Headings - Matrix
  leaves-M: detmn. of quercetin in Rhododendron, by HPLC
Rhododendron-M: detmn. of quercetin in leaves, by HPLC Index Headings - Concepts chromatography, liquid, high performance (HPLC)-C CAS Registry Number 117-39-5 (quercetin) Abstract A RP-HPLC method was established for the determination of quercetin in Folium Rhododendri seniavinii, Folium Rhododendri mariae and Folium Rhododendri lingii. The Hypersil C18 (250 mm x 4.6 mm, 10 [micro]m) column was used. The mobile phase was consisted of acetonitrile-0.1% phosphoric acid (36:64), the flow rate was 1.0 ml/min, the detection wavelength was at 360 nm. The calibration curve of quercetin was in good linearity over the range of 0.1488-0.7440 [micro]g, and regression equation was Y = 2870.5X-4.181 (r = 1.0000). The average recovery was 98.62%. The method is simple, quick, sensitive, accurate, reproducible and can be used for quality control. Publication Type Journal Language Chinese Country of Publication China Section Code Environment, agriculture, and food Subsection Code 60000 Analytical Abstracts Number 6625 Update Code 20101119 Year of Publication 2002 Copyright Copyright: The Royal Society of Chemistry 12.May.2004
Sample 2
Accession Number
  Jinno, K.
  Separation of Fullerenes by Liquid Chromatography.
  Royal Society of Chemistry,Cambridge, UK,, 01 Jan 1999;
  Available from Turpin Distribution Services Ltd., Letchworth, Herts., UK
Index Headings - Analyte
  fullerenes-A: sepn. of, by LC
Index Headings - Concept
  chromatography, liquid (LC)-C: in sepn. of fullerenes
  UK #49.50; hardcover. A volume in the RSC Chromatography Monographs series. Contains chapters on: 
  technical advancements on liquid chromatographic separation of fullerenes; fullerenes separation by 
  LC with ODS stationary phases; development of a high-capacity stationary phase containing heavy 
  heteroatoms for the separation of fullerenes; highly selective separations of fullerenes on porphyrin
  -silica stationary phases; the preparative separation of fullerenes; C60 as stationary phase in liquid 
  chromatography; and separation of fullerenes with non-aqueous capillary electrophoresis.
Publication Type
Section Code
  Inorganic and organic analysis
Subsection Code
Cross Reference Sections
Analytical Abstracts Number
Update Code
Year of Publication
  Copyright: The Royal Society of Chemistry 3.Aug.2001
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