When the components of a reaction mixture cannot be quantified by UV-visible spectrophotometry, because the
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was identical with those of the substrate and product. SDTLC not only enabled detection of all three components of the mixture when the plate was developed but also enabled detection of covalent and ionic forms of the reaction intermediate by comparison of their absorbance/reflectance spectra with those of structurally related imidazolidine and amidinium salt derivatives, respectively, used as model compounds. Kinetic studies, among others, may also be performed by SDTLC to determine the mechanism of the reaction.
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