A novel zwitterionic-teicoplanin chiral stationary phase (CSP), based on superficially porous particles (SPPs) of 2.7 µm particle diameter and 160 Å pore size, has been prepared and evaluated towards the enantioseparation of important classes of compounds, including chiral drugs, pesticides, and N-derivatized amino acids. The comparison with two analogous CSPs prepared on SPPs with 2.7 and 2.0 µm particle diameter and 90 Å pore size has revealed that the use of large-pore particles allows to dramatically improve both the enantioselectivity and the resolution-per-analysis-time, at the point that the column prepared with the new CSP outperformed the one packed with the finest particles. On the novel wide-pore CSP, the separation of fifteen racemates of pratical importance was significantly improved in terms of both enantioselectivity and resolution-per-analysis time-compared to the CSPs based on SPPs with smaller pores (90 Å). Such a CSP would be suitable for very fast enantioseparations allowing the saving of solvent for greener high-efficiency/high-throughput applications.

Boosting the enantioresolution of zwitterionic-teicoplanin chiral stationary phases by moving to wide-pore core-shell particles

Martina Catani;Simona Felletti;Chiara De Luca;Alberto Cavazzini;
2022

Abstract

A novel zwitterionic-teicoplanin chiral stationary phase (CSP), based on superficially porous particles (SPPs) of 2.7 µm particle diameter and 160 Å pore size, has been prepared and evaluated towards the enantioseparation of important classes of compounds, including chiral drugs, pesticides, and N-derivatized amino acids. The comparison with two analogous CSPs prepared on SPPs with 2.7 and 2.0 µm particle diameter and 90 Å pore size has revealed that the use of large-pore particles allows to dramatically improve both the enantioselectivity and the resolution-per-analysis-time, at the point that the column prepared with the new CSP outperformed the one packed with the finest particles. On the novel wide-pore CSP, the separation of fifteen racemates of pratical importance was significantly improved in terms of both enantioselectivity and resolution-per-analysis time-compared to the CSPs based on SPPs with smaller pores (90 Å). Such a CSP would be suitable for very fast enantioseparations allowing the saving of solvent for greener high-efficiency/high-throughput applications.
Ismail, Omar H.; Catani, Martina; Mazzoccanti, Giulia; Felletti, Simona; Manetto, Simone; DE LUCA, Chiara; Ye, Michael; Cavazzini, Alberto; Gasparrini, Francesco
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