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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Some new selective stationary phases for RP-HPLC
Author: Jardim, ICSF
Maldaner, L
Lourenco, J
Fioravanti, LMA
Collins, CH
Abstract: At the present time, more complex analyses of apolar compounds with similar chemical structures or of polar compounds, especially basic ones, having diverse properties require more selective stationary phases having better stabilities. This paper describes several new stationary phases with directed selectivities that were prepared by immobilizing two different phenyl group-containing siloxanes and a trifluoropropyl-containing siloxane onto chromatographic silica and, in the case of the fluorinated siloxane, onto zirconized silica, using thermal treatment or microware radiation. The chromatographic properties and stabilities of these new phases were determined and several applications were evaluated. The phenyl-containing phases showed excellent characteristics related to the separation of several different types of aromatic compounds while the fluorinated phases, which present a more polar character, revealed selectivity for the separation of positional isomers as well as for a mixture of basic pharmaceuticals. Stability tests indicate that immobilization of the polysiloxanes increases column lifetimes by making the stationary phases less susceptible to dissolution, while the phases immobilized with microwave radiation were somewhat more stable than those immobilized by thermal treatments.
Subject: Fluorinated phases
Phenyl phases
RP-HPLC
Selectivity
Stability
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Wiley-v C H Verlag Gmbh
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201000313
Date Issue: 2010
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