Eva Schneiderman, Ph.D.

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2001 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 
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Analytical Chemistry
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Apryll M. Stalcup grad student 2001 University of Cincinnati
 (Cyclodextrin versatility. Part 1. Binary and ternary cyclodextrin complexes with nonionic surfactants. Part 2. Utilization of sulfated beta -cyclodextyrin in preparative electrophoretic chiral separation of ritalin enantiomers.)
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Stanley FE, Warner AM, Schneiderman E, et al. (2009) Rapid determination of surfactant critical micelle concentrations using pressure-driven flow with capillary electrophoresis instrumentation. Journal of Chromatography. A. 1216: 8431-4
Gravely T, McCann A, Brooks E, et al. (2004) Enrichment and recruitment programs at dental schools: impact on enrollment of underrepresented minority students Journal of Dental Education. 68: 542-552
Schneiderman E, Gratz SR, Stalcup AM. (2002) Optimization of preparative electrophoretic chiral separation of ritalin enantiomers. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. 27: 639-50
Schneiderman E, Stalcup AM. (2002) Binary and ternary complexes between lauryl hexaoxyethylene, benzoate and cyclodextrin. Part I. α-CD Journal of Inclusion Phenomena. 43: 37-42
Schneiderman E, Perly B, Brooks E, et al. (2002) Binary and ternary complexes between lauryl hexaoxyethylene, benzoate and cyclodextrin. Part II. β-CD Journal of Inclusion Phenomena. 43: 43-50
Gratz SR, Schneiderman E, Mertens TR, et al. (2001) Use of dyes to investigate migration of the chiral selector in CFFE and the impact on the chiral separations. Analytical Chemistry. 73: 3999-4005
Schneiderman E, Stalcup AM. (2000) Cyclodextrins: a versatile tool in separation science. Journal of Chromatography. B, Biomedical Sciences and Applications. 745: 83-102
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