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CHIRALPAK IA is a new chiral stationary phase containing amylose 3.5-dimethylphenylcarbamate immobilized onto silica gel. It is compatible with the whole range of organic solvents. Its solvent versatility has been thoroughly investigated. The option to use a wide range of solvents, especially the "non-standards" ones, in the mobile phase enables the(More)
CHIRALPAK IC is a new chiral stationary phase (CSP) made by immobilising cellulose tris(3,5-dichlorophenylcarbamate) on silica gel. The chiral selector is distinct from any other commercially available polysaccharide-based CSPs. Apart from its compatibility with the whole series of solvents; this CSP is able to operate under various chromatographic(More)
An extensive series of free amino acids and analogs were directly resolved into enantiomers (and stereoisomers where appropriate) by HPLC on zwitterionic chiral stationary phases (Chiralpak ZWIX(+) and Chiralpak ZWIX(-)). The interaction and chiral recognition mechanisms were based on the synergistic double ion-paring process between the analyte and the(More)
CHIRALPAK ZWIX(+) and ZWIX(-) are cinchona alkaloid-derived zwitterionic chiral stationary phases (CSPs) containing a chiral sulfonic acid motif which serves as negatively charged interaction site. They are versatile for direct enantiomer resolution of amino acids and many other ampholytic compounds by HPLC. The synergistic double ion-pairing between the(More)
A new device for the assessment of instantaneous angular and linear accelerations of the head is presented, which is based on four linear tri-axial accelerometers suitably attached to the head by an helmet. A procedure for reproducible helmet placement and calibration is given. A method is also illustrated to work out the different linear accelerations(More)
Cinchona-derived anion-exchange-type chiral selectors have been adapted and employed in countercurrent chromatography (CCC) for the separation of enantiomers of N-derivatized amino acids and 2-aryloxypropionic acids. The accurate optimization of the enantioseparation in terms of solvent system composition, pH values, ionic strength, and CCC operating(More)
CHIRALPAK IA, CHIRALPAK IB and CHIRALPAK IC are a new generation of chiral packing materials for resolution of enantiomers by chromatography. They are all prepared by chemical immobilisation of the respective polysaccharide derivatives onto a supporting silica matrix. The present article aims to establish an understanding of the global enantioselective(More)
Sample solubility in the mobile phase and enantioselectivity are key factors in chiral preparative chromatography. In the search for a high throughput process for production of pure enantiomers, the rational design of the mobile phase and the selection of a suitable chiral stationary phase (CSP) are essential. However, one may sometimes be faced with the(More)
Owing to their remarkable enantioselectivity, versatility, and stability, immobilized polysaccharide-based chiral stationary phases (CSPs) have been successfully integrated into the tool box of many research and industry groups for the separation of enantiomers or stereoisomers by liquid and supercritical fluid chromatography. Due to the structurally(More)