Molecular micelles: Novel pseudostationary phases for CE
With more demands being placed on analytical separations, the need for new phases and methodologies to separate very similar analytes, such as enantiomers, is intensifying. Shahab Shamsi of Georgia State University, Christopher Palmer of New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, and Isiah Warner of Louisiana State University describe polymeric materials that solvate compounds like micelles and are an alternative to conventional surfactant micelles as separation carriers.
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Shamsi, S., Palmer, C., & Warner, I. (2001). Molecular micelles: Novel pseudostationary phases for CE. Analytical Chemistry, 73 (5) Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/chemistry_pubs/2657