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PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE CHIRAL SEPARATION OF DNS-AMINO ACIDS BY REVERSED-PHASE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY USING METAL CHELATE ADDITIVES

Author
TAPUHI Y; MILLER N; KARGER BL
NORTHEASTERN UNIV., INST. CHEMICAL. ANAL./BOSTON MA 02115/USA
Source
J. CHROMATOGR.; ISSN 0021-9673; NLD; DA. 1981; VOL. 205; NO 2; PP. 325-337; BIBL. 38 REF.
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
CHROMATOGRAPHIE PHASE LIQUIDE CHROMATOGRAPHIE INVERSE ALPHA -AMINOACIDE NICKEL II COMPLEXE COORDINAT ORGANIQUE COMPOSE CHIRAL PHASE MOBILE AMINOALCOOL GUANIDINES DIACIDE CARBOXYLIQUE ACIDE SULFONIQUE COMPOSE SATURE COMPOSE ALIPHATIQUE DEDOUBLEMENT OPTIQUE PROLINE(N-DANSYL)!ENT METHIONINE(N-DANSYL) S,S-DIOXYDE!ENT ALPHA -AMINOACIDE(N-DANSYL)!ENT CYSTEIQUE ACIDE(N-DANSYL)!ENT ASPARTIQUE ACIDE(N-DANSYL)!ENT THREONINE(N-DANSYL)!ENT GLUTAMIQUE ACIDE(N-DANSYL)!ENT ARGININE(NALPHA -DANSYL)!ENT PROLINE,ALKYLAMIDE CHROMATOGRAPHIE ECHANGE COORDINAT AMINOSULFONE CHIMIE ORGANIQUE
Keyword (en)
LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY ORGANIC LIGAND CHIRAL COMPOUND MOBILE PHASE AMINOALCOHOL GUANIDINES DICARBOXYLIC ACID SULFONIC ACID SATURATED COMPOUND ALIPHATIC COMPOUND OPTICAL RESOLUTION LIGAND EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPHY AMINOSULFONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Keyword (es)
QUIMICA ORGANICA
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001C Chemistry / 001C03 Organic chemistry

Discipline
Organic chemistry
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
PASCAL8130235139

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