Cereal Chem 40:482 - 486. | VIEW
Macro Paper Chromatography of Corn Starch Hydrolysates.
J. D. Commerford, G. T. Van Duzee, and B. L. Scallet. Copyright 1963 by the American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc.
In order to study the physical and chemical properties of the constituents of corn starch hydrolysates, large quantities of individual oligosaccharides were required. Glucose polymers up to a D.P. of ll were separated by application of the techniques of quantitative paper chromatogaphy. Whatman 3-mm. chromatography paper was loaded with 2-3 g. of substrate in a band about 1 1/2 in. wide. The polymers were separated using a solvent made up of n-propyl alcohol, ethyl acetate, and water.