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The application of a UHPLC system to study the formation of various chemical species by compounds undergoing efficient self-aggregation and to determine the homodimerization constants (KDM) with values in the high range of 106-1010 M-1

The application of a UHPLC system to study the formation of various chemical species by compounds undergoing efficient self-aggregation and to determine the homodimerization constants (KDM) with values in the high range of 106-1010 M-1
Andrzej Maciejewski, Magdalena Hetmanska
This work demonstrates a new concept for the use of UHPLC method for identification of the species formed by a self-aggregating compound depending on its concentration and solvent used and to determine homodimerization constants, KDM = 106-1010 M-1.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/pxZ6sn9FdBs/C7RA05051H

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA05051H

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