Multi-state switchable stationary phase opens new doors in chiral separation

The concept of chirality can be challenging for the layperson, with "chemical handedness" seeming a very minor distinction. However, as the consequences of the notorious thalidomide disaster illustrate, understanding chiral materials is a major concern. The continued development of chiral separation techniques therefore remains a key research area. A team involving researchers from Kanazawa University has reported a three-state switchable chiral stationary phase (CSP) that provides new opportunities in chiral separation. Their findings are published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

Multi-state switchable stationary phase opens new doors in chiral separation

The concept of chirality can be challenging for the layperson, with "chemical handedness" seeming a very minor distinction. However, as the consequences of the notorious thalidomide disaster ...

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