A new class of tetraamidic selectors with arms derived from L-phenylalanine and spaced by a phenolic template was synthesized. These chiral compounds were used as stationary phases for analytical gas chromatographic resolution of racemic mixtures of volatile amino acid derivatives; H-1 NMR titration experiments were also performed. The experimental gas chromatographic and H-1 NMR data collected support the hypothesis of a cooperation of the two chiral arms in binding and recognition of amino acidic substrates

Peri, F., Maggi, R., Palla, G., Bigi, F., Corradini, R., Bocchi, M., et al. (1998). Discrimination Properties of Tetraamidic Branched Selectors. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A, 802(2), 315-324 [10.1016/S0021-9673(97)01190-4].

Discrimination Properties of Tetraamidic Branched Selectors

Peri, F;
1998

Abstract

A new class of tetraamidic selectors with arms derived from L-phenylalanine and spaced by a phenolic template was synthesized. These chiral compounds were used as stationary phases for analytical gas chromatographic resolution of racemic mixtures of volatile amino acid derivatives; H-1 NMR titration experiments were also performed. The experimental gas chromatographic and H-1 NMR data collected support the hypothesis of a cooperation of the two chiral arms in binding and recognition of amino acidic substrates
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enantiomer separation; chiral selectors; amino acids
English
Peri, F., Maggi, R., Palla, G., Bigi, F., Corradini, R., Bocchi, M., et al. (1998). Discrimination Properties of Tetraamidic Branched Selectors. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A, 802(2), 315-324 [10.1016/S0021-9673(97)01190-4].
Peri, F; Maggi, R; Palla, G; Bigi, F; Corradini, R; Bocchi, M; Righi, L; Sartori, G
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