Enantioselective chromatography is yet well documented as a powerful technique for the enantioselective resolution of racemates. Such potency has been empowered by advances in chiral stationary phases (CSPs). Many polysaccharide derivatives has been utilized as CSP in enantioselective chromatography and several reviews have been prepared focusing on the commercially available CSPs. In this review, we shed some light on the use of non-commercial polysaccharides namely chitosan, glycogen, chitin, pectin and amylopectin and their derivatives as chiral selectors in enantioselective chromatography and alternative polysaccharides derivatives exhibiting better analytical ability than para-substituted derivatives of polysaccharides.
|Title of host publication||Recent Advances in Analytical Techniques|
|Editors||Atta-ur Rahman, Sibel A. Ozkan|
|Publisher||Bentham Science Publishers|
|Number of pages||34|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
|Name||Recent Advances in Analytical Techniques|
WANG, C., Fouad, A., MAHER, B., & GHANEM, A. (2019). Non-commercial Polysaccharides-based Chiral Selectors in Enantioselective Chromatography. In A. Rahman, & S. A. Ozkan (Eds.), Recent Advances in Analytical Techniques (Vol. 3, pp. 228-262). (Recent Advances in Analytical Techniques; Vol. 3). Bentham Science Publishers. https://doi.org/10.2174/97816810857221190301