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Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Science (M.S.)



First Advisor

W. H. Wadman

Second Advisor

Emerson G. Cobb


Part of a current research program undertaken by the faculty in chemistry at the College of the Pacific is concerned with studying chemical compounds which are favorably absorbed in Aureomycin. The reason for this preference of absorption is still not known. In order to determine the cause of this absorption, it is necessary to establish a method of recovering tetracycline and its derivatives from malignant tissue. When working with recovery of tetracycline and its derivatives, the small scale of operations immediately suggests the use of chromatographic techniques of separation, identification, and estimation.



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