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Separation of enantiomers by gas liquid chromatography with an optically active stationary phase
Amino acid racemization of fossil bone
Resolution of optical isomers by high-performance liquid chromatography, using coated and bonded chiral charge-transfer complexing agents as stationary phases
Dead Sea Scroll parchments: unfolding of the collagen molecules and racemization of aspartic acid
Using X-ray diffraction and racemization analyses, it is found that a major degradative change is due to the unfolding of the collagen molecules to form gelatin and that the degradation generally occurred many centuries ago.
Chiral recognition by small biological molecules. Resolution of helicenes on silica gel coated with riboflavin
Organogenic elements and compounds in type C and D lunar samples from Apollo 11
Lunar carbonaceous, organic and organogenic materials analysis by mass spectroscopy, gas chromatography and various other methods
Separation of D and L amino acids by liquid chromatography: use of chiral eluants.
An aqueous eluant containing a chiral copper-proline complex effects the separation of underivatized amino acid enantiomers on an ion-exchange column and is monitored for fluorescence after reaction with o-phthalaldehyde, a reagent insensitive to proline but highly sensitive for amino acids containing a primary amino group.
Gas Chromatography With Optically Active Stationary Phases: Resolution of Amino Acids
Resolution of underivatized amino acids by reversed-phase chromatography