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Facile Room-temperature Solution-phase Synthesis Of A Spherical Covalent Organic Framework For High-resolution Chromatographic Separation.

Cheng-Xiong Yang, Chang Liu, Yimeng Cao, X. Yan
Published 2015 · Chemistry, Medicine

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A simple and facile room-temperature solution-phase synthesis was developed to fabricate a spherical covalent organic framework with large surface area, good solvent stability and high thermostability for high-resolution chromatographic separation of diverse important industrial analytes including alkanes, cyclohexane and benzene, α-pinene and β-pinene, and alcohols with high column efficiency and good precision.
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