|Title of host publication||Encyclopedia of Analytical Science|
|Editors||Paul Worsfold, Alan Townshend, Colin Poole, Manuel Miro|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Feb 2019|
Enantioselective separation of enantiomers in liquid chromatography is a tremendous success story. Undoubtedly, there will continuously be significant developments in chiral stationary phases. There will be additional improvements in the immobilization, stability, and efficiency of existing classes of chiral selectors. We may even see the introduction of completely new and exciting classes of chiral selectors, although it is unlikely that this will happen at the same rapid pace of the previous decade. Despite the success of liquid chromatography chiral stationary phases, there remain several types of enantiomers that are not yet easily resolved by this approach.
Meyer, V. R., IBRAHIM, D., & GHANEM, A. (2019). Liquid Chromatography: Chiral. In P. Worsfold, A. Townshend, C. Poole, & M. Miro (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Analytical Science (3 ed., Vol. 6, pp. 12-23). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-409547-2.00286-9