> I'm a little surprised that applications to chromatography are omitted
A 'classic' of TLC is Egon Stahl's, Handbook of TLC, 2nd Ed., 1969, >1000 pages.
I believe he has SOME theory in there, but not a lot and it may be outdated
(wrong) in many things. Although 35 years old, the tables of reagents and
some other classic ideas are still useful. Very common in libraries, see if it
has what you want before buying used for around $25 on up.
Intro to Modern LC by Lloyd Snyder is another very good book with some
theory as well as applications. "Modern" = 1979. There are decent, more up
to date replacements, but nothing specific comes to mind.
In my opinion, Introduction to Separation Science by Karger, Snyder and
Horvath (1973) is the BEST book on sep. sci., including theory. Unfortunately,
it's out of print and expensive. Also, they have nothing on the newer techniques
or newer theory/analysis/models. Nevertheless, their treatment of
fundamentals and organization of the book are VERY good. I wish they --
or someone else -- would update it and republish.
If anyone knows of a good, up to date (pub >2000) book on Separation Science,
please post. The ones I've looked at have been disappointments.
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