Different types of derivatized cellulose and amylose stationary phases are nowadays commercially available. With a limited number of these phases it is possible to separate a broad variety of products. Furthermore, these phases are also extremely useful for preparative chromatographic applications.

Although differences in chromatographic behaviour between the tested chemically bonded phases and their physically coated equivalents have been observed, we might expect that, after further optimization of the grafting process, these phases will certainly enlarge the field of application of the de-rivatized cellulose and amylose materials.

See also: II/Chromatography: Liquid: Chiral Separations in Liquid Chromatography: Mechanisms. III /Chiral Separations: Amino Acids and Derivatives; Capillary Electrophoresis; Chiral Derivatization; Countercurrent Chromatography; Crystallization; Cyclodextrins and Other Inclusion Complexation Approaches; Gas Chromatography;

Ion-pair Chromatography; Ligand Exchange Chromatography; Liquid Chromatography; Molecular Imprints as Stationary Phases; Protein Stationary Phases; Supercritical Fluid Chromatography; Synthetic Multiple Interaction ('Pirkle') Stationary Phases; Thin-Layer (Planar) Chromatography.

Further Reading

Allenmark S (1991) Chromatographic Enantioseparation, Methods and Applications, 2nd edn. London: Ellis Horwood.

S. Gorog, Chemical Works of Gedeon, Richter Ltd, Budapest, Hungary

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