By Anthony C. Moffat, M. David Osselton, Brian Widdop
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Remove any residual traces of ammonia by heating the plate at 100 C for 2–5 min. 12). 12). 12). 13 If after TLC, the same extract is used for GC analysis, an acid hydrolysis step (10 mL urine refluxed with 3 mL 36% hydrochloric acid for 15 min; neutralised) has to be carried out before extraction. Gas–liquid chromatography screening for alcohols and other volatile substances In normal practice it is advisable to measure the more volatile alcohols (methanol, ethanol, acetone and isopropyl alcohol) separately from the higher alcohols, trichloroethanol and the metabolites of GHB, but for screening it is possible to detect all at two different temperature steps.
Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons Chapter No. 11 TLC data for some common basic drugs Compound Rf values in systems Acidified iodoplatinate Mandelin's reagent Visible Ultraviolet (350 nm) Metabolites in system TA TA TB TC Maprotiline 15 17 05 — — — Protriptyline 19 17 07 Violet Pink Green Desipramine 26 20 11 Violet Blue — Dihydrocodeine 26 08 13 Blue White — Codeine 33 06 18 Blue — — Nortriptyline 34 27 16 Violet Violet Yellow (violet centre) Morphine 37 00 09 Blue — — Promazine 44 41 30 Green — — Many, which give pink or blue spots with 9 mol/L sulfuric acid Chlorphenamine 45 33 18 Violet — — One, below the parent drug Imipramine 48 49 23 Violet Blue Quenches Desipramine; a second metabolite sometimes occurs between imipramine and desipramine Methadone 48 61 20 Pink (grey rim) — — Methadone degradation product at Rf 15 Procyclidine 48 63 31 Violet — — Thioridazine 48 43 30 Brown (blue rim) Blue (violet rim) Quenches Pair of blue spots, with pink spots above and below with Mandelin's reagent Chlorpromazine 49 49 35 Violet (blue rim) Pink Yellow (weak) Many, which give pink or blue spots with 9 mol/L sulfuric acid One at Rf 16; drug and metabolite have elongated spots Promethazine 50 37 35 Violet (blue rim) Pink — One, below the parent drug Quinine 50 02 11 Violet — Blue (strong) One immediately below and one immediately above the parent drug; both strongly fluoresce Amitriptyline 51 55 32 Violet Violet Yellow (violet centre) Nortriptyline; a second metabolite sometimes occurs between amitriptyline and nortriptyline Clomipramine 51 54 34 Violet Blue Quenches One or two, both below the parent drug Dosulepin 51 50 42 Red (blue rim) White Blue (weak) One or two, both below the parent drug Doxepin 51 52 37 Violet Grey Blue (orange rim) One or two, both below the parent drug Pethidine 52 37 34 Violet — — One, below the parent drug Dibenzepin 54 20 35 Violet Blue Quenches Two, both just below the parent drug Nicotine 54 39 35 Brown — — Metabolites coalesce to give spot at Rf 60 Opipramol 54 06 22 Blue Yellow Green Diphenhydramine 55 45 33 Violet — — One or two, both just below the parent drug Orphenadrine 55 48 33 Violet Yellow Blue One, below the parent drug and with the same reactions to Mandelin's reagent Chlorprothixene 56 51 51 Violet Pink Orange Cyclizine 57 49 41 Violet (blue rim) — — One, below the parent drug Mianserin 58 39 58 Blue Violet Quenches Two, below the parent drug Butriptyline 59 61 48 Pink Grey Green One or two, both below the parent drug Trimipramine 59 62 54 Violet Blue Quenches One or two, both below the parent drug Carbamazepine 60 04 56 — Yellow (blue rim) Green (strong) Pentazocine 61 15 12 Violet Grey White Dextropropoxyphene 68 59 55 Violet Grey — Several; one at Rf 40 which gives a blue streak with acidified iodoplatinate solution; the parent drug is rarely seen in urine extracts Lidocaine 70 35 73 Blue — — Metabolites of lidocaine are not extractable from urine Buclizine 75 61 83 Red — — Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons Chapter No.
Mandelin’s reagent reacts with fewer compounds, but gives more distinct colours and some spots exhibit characteristic fluorescence under UV light. The presence of drug metabolites in urine extracts can result in a characteristic pattern of spots on the chromatogram. Mobile phase A mixture of ethyl acetate–cyclohexane–methanol– 25% (v/v) aqueous ammonia (70 : 15 : 10 : 5) (for basic neuroleptic drugs). n n n n n n Chromatography Apply two 5 mL portions of the extract to a plastic silica-gel plate F 254 nm (10 cm Â 20 cm) and the same amount of a standard mixture of drugs.
Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons, 4th Edition by Anthony C. Moffat, M. David Osselton, Brian Widdop