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Tuesday Morning Session: Chiral Separations


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7C, Tuesday Parallel Session: Chiral Separations

Room HEC-C, Hilton Exhibition Center, 2nd floor

Fabrice Gritti of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee, will preside over this Tuesday morning session.

Wolfgang Lindner of the University of Vienna in Vienna, Austria will open with a talk titled “Effects of Mobile Phase Composition on Retention and Stereoselectivity of Ionisable Analytes on Chiral Ion Exchangers Used in LC and SFC Mode.”

Following Lindner will be Daniel W. Armstrong of the University of Texas at Arlington, whose presentation is titled “Performance Enhancing Drugs: The Case of a Chiral Stimulant.”

Kenji Hamase of Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan will speak next on “Chiral Amino Acid Metabolomics for the Diagnosis of Renal Disorders Using an Enantioselective 2D-HPLC-FL–MS-MS System.”

Eva Tesarova of Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, will give the final presentation of this session, titled “Derivatized Cyclofructants as Chiral Selectors in HPLC and CE.”

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