Guo‐Sheng Yang

Shandong University, Jinan, Shandong Sheng, China

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    ABSTRACT: Molecular mechanics (MM) and molecular dynamics (MD) were used to study the π–π interaction between polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) and pyrene bonded silica phase. There was a good correlation coefficient (r = 0.9330, P = 2.4 × 10) between the logarithmic retention time (ln Tr) of PAHs and −ΔG. However, there was no linearity between the retention time of substituted benzene or naphthalene compounds on pyrene bonded silica stationary phase and ΔG. Quantitative structure–retention relationship (QSRR) had been used to study the relationship of retention time and microstructure. However, by using QSRR for the substituted benzene or naphthalene derivatives, we obtained good correlation coefficient between retention time and microstructures (r = 0.962, F‐test = 104.198). The MM, MD, and QSAR are very useful methods to study the π–π interaction in chromatography.
    Analytical Letters - ANAL LETT. 08/2007; 37(3):529-543.
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    ABSTRACT: The enantiomers of fourteen O,O‐dialkyl‐2‐benzyl‐oxycarbonyl‐aminoaryl‐ methyl‐phosphonates are directly separated on tris(3,5‐dimethyl‐phenylcarbamate) amylose chiral stationary phases, known as Chiralcel AD. All of the selected compounds are baseline separated. The influence of the position and properties of substituents in benzene rings, the length and steric hindrance of alkoxyl groups of the phosphonate ester on the chiral separation are discussed. When the substituents are in the para‐position of the benzene ring, the separation factor is in the following order αp‐NO2 ≫ αp‐Cl > αp‐CH3 > αp‐H > αp‐OCH3. When the same substituent is in a different position of the benzene ring, the order of the separation factor is αp‐Cl > αm‐Cl and αp‐NO2 ≫ αm‐NO2. The values of the separation factor α of the enantiomers where R1 substituent is a hydrogen (R1 = H) are always smaller than those of the enantiomers with p‐Cl substituent, whether R2 was Me, Et, Pr or i‐Pr. Compounds with different substituent R2 and R1 where the substituent is H or p‐Cl, the α values always show an order of αPr > αEt > αMe > αi‐Pr. The chiral discrimination in the amylose tris(3,5‐dimethyl‐phenylcarbamate) was based on π–π interaction and H‐bond interaction.
    Journal of Liquid Chromatography &amp Related Technologies 08/2006; 26(18):3075-3084. · 0.57 Impact Factor