The Life of a Chiral Sample
July 30, 2015
Chiral resolution1 is the process of separating racemic compounds into their enantiomers. Scientists looking to study one of the isomers choose between chiral chromatography, asymmetric synthesis, or diastereomeric crystallization to supply material2.
Averica’s scientists are experts in chromatography. We find this to be the fastest method for delivering highly pure material. This video offers a glimpse into our methodology as it chronicles a chiral sample as it travels through our lab.Learn more about Chiral Separation Services from Averica.
- Wikipedia’s information about chiral chromatography click here.
- Blog: Making Sense of Asymmetrics Synthesis vs Chiral Resolution