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What does CSP stand for?

CSP stands for Chiral Stationary Phase


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II-12 Chiral Mobile Phase Additive (CMPA) II-13 Chiral Stationary Phase (CSP) II-13 List of Newly Introduced Generic Versions of Derivatized Amylose and Cellulose Phases II-14 Challenges and Novel Concepts in the Development of Chiral Stationary Phases II-14 Novel Concepts II-14 Chiral Recognition II-15 Protein Chiral Stationary Phases II-15 Carbohydrate Columns II-15 Pirkle Columns II-15 Crystallization II-16 Solvent Extraction II-16 Kinetic Resolution II-17 Capillary Electrophoresis II-17 Receptor Based Resolution II-17 Miscellaneous Separative Techniques II-18 Chiral Synthesis II-18 4.
The topics include synthesis concepts and preparing silica monoliths, characterizing the pore structure, comparing the performance of particle-packed and monolithic columns, monolithic chiral stationary phases for liquid-phase enantioseparation techniques, and silica monoliths for the small-scale purification of drug-discovery compounds.
In contrast, the use of cellulose derivatives and other polysaccharides as chiral stationary phases for the separation of optical isomers by liquid chromatography (HPLC) has reached commercialization, notably by Daicel Chemical Industries in Japan.
II-12 Chiral Mobile Phase Additive (CMPA) II-13 Chiral Stationary Phase (CSP) II-13 List of Newly Introduced Generic Versions of Derivatized Amylose and Cellulose Phases II-14 Challenges and Novel Concepts in the Development of Chiral Stationary Phases II-14 Novel Concepts II-14 Chiral Recognition II-15 Protein Chiral Stationary Phases II-15 Carbohydrate Columns II-15 Pirkle Columns II-15 Crystallization II-16 Solvent Extraction II-16 Kinetic Resolution II-17 Capillary Electrophoresis II-17 Receptor Based Resolution II-17 Miscellaneous Separative Techniques II-18 Chiral Synthesis II-18 4.
In the area of nerve agent chemistry, there are very good articles on the separation of enantiomers with different activities by gas chromatography with chiral stationary phases, and a demonstration of the influence of chirality of organophosphate esters on the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) and "neuropathy target esterase (NTE).