Chiral recognition in separation methods mechanisms and applications by Alain Berthod

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Published by Springer in Heidelberg, New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Biotechnology,
  • Enantiomers,
  • Molecular recognition

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementAlain Berthod, editor
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP517.M67 C48 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 337 p. :
Number of Pages337
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25148754M
ISBN 103642124445
ISBN 109783642124440, 9783642124457
LC Control Number2010929210
OCLC/WorldCa646113721

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The coverage in this book includes a range of Author: Alain Berthod. Chiral recognition in separation methods is a valuable book compiling a detailed description of most of the essential chiral selectors employed in chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques.

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Whatever the separation technique employed, chiral recognition is obtained in one of three ways: 1. Formation of diastereomers 2 by additives to the mobile phase or carrier electrolyte. Due to both practical and theoretical reasons, the properties and the possible preparation techniques of chiral compounds are investigated in ever widening fields of research, applying various examination methods [1, 2].It is a great challenge for some researchers if the goal is to find a simple, inexpensive, economical and also patentable preparation of a given chiral Author: Emese Pálovics, Szeleczky Zsolt, Szolnoki Beáta, Bosits Miklós, Fogassy Elemér.

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In separation sciences such as chromatography and capillary electrophoresis, enantiospecific interactions between the enantiomers of an analyte and the chiral selector are required in order to observe by: 7. From the reviews of the second edition: “The second edition of Chiral Separations: Methods and Protocols discusses almost every kind of chiral separation method, with the emphasis on fundamental research and experimental design.

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Enantiomers differ considerably in their physiological reactions with the human body. Safeguarding the quality and safety of drugs requires an efficient analytical platform by which to selectively probe chiral compounds to ensure the extraction of single enantiomers.

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D Other Methods of Resolution. One of the major goals in the field of organic chemistry is the development of reagents with the property of "chiral recognition" such that they can effect a clean separation of enantiomers in one operation without destroying either of the have not achieved that ideal yet, but it may not be far in the future.

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Thoroughly revised, with either entirely new or completely updated contents, this is a practical manual for the small and large-scale preparation of enantiomerically pure products. The result is a vital resource for meeting the highest purity standards in the manufacture of chiral pharmaceuticals, food additives and related compounds.

All the approaches covered here are. In chemistry, a molecule or ion is called chiral (/ k aɪ ˈ r æ l /) if it cannot be superposed on its mirror image by any combination of rotations and geometric property is called chirality. The terms are derived from Ancient Greek χείρ (cheir), meaning "hand"; which is the canonical example of an object with this property.

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it is a very useful book for scientists and students involved in the enantioseparation field, and scientists involved in R & D. Principles Governing Chiral Separation Concept: formation of a diastereomeric complex in a chromatographic equilibrium such that the nonchiral interactions are at minimum strength and the differential chiral interaction is at maximum strength.

Identifying those points of interaction between the stationary phase and the racemate guidesFile Size: 1MB. Modern Methods for the Separation of Enantiomers - from Kilos to Tons - - Over 80% of drug candidates contain at least Chiral Separation of EMD N H N N H O S EMD Precursor for Ca-sensitizing drug.

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Some typical examples are given, and the pros and cons of chroma-tographic and capillary electrophoretic techniques are compared. Introduction.

Direct enantioseparation by liquid chromatography with chiral stationary phases (CSPs) - chiral selectors and chiral recognition mechanisms.

Some aspects of preparative enantioseparation methods. Other enantioselective liquid-phase separation techniques. General conclusion.

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Enantioselectivity for a broad range of chiral acidic compounds Compatibility with all common HPLC solvents and modes (non-polar, polar-organic, reversed-phase and SFC) Stable in pH range 2 to 8 Control of elution order via pseudoenantiomeric chiral recognition properties Straightforward method development.

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