Transition from enantioselective high performance to ultra-high performance liquid chromatography: A case study of a brush-type chiral stationary phase based on sub-5-micron to sub-2-micron silica particles.

@article{Cancelliere2010TransitionFE,
  title={Transition from enantioselective high performance to ultra-high performance liquid chromatography: A case study of a brush-type chiral stationary phase based on sub-5-micron to sub-2-micron silica particles.},
  author={Giovanna Cancelliere and Alessia Ciogli and Ilaria D'acquarica and Francesco Gasparrini and Jelena Kocergin and D. Misiti and Marco Pierini and Harald J. Ritchie and Patrizia Simone and Claudio Villani},
  journal={Journal of chromatography. A},
  year={2010},
  volume={1217 7},
  pages={
          990-9
        }
}

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