Chiral pesticides are commonly used throughout the agriculture industry and their very chiral nature can lead to  enantioselectivities in their mechanisms of action. These differences can also impact their efficacies, toxicities, degradation rates, and persistence in the environment.  Studies around the nature of these stereochemical activities have relied on traditional chiral HPLC for this analysis but contemporary analytical techniques such as SFC (Supercritical Fluid Chromatography) are proving to be advantageous. SFC is a technique that allows for rapid and efficient separations of non-chiral and chiral compounds. It is known for its lower environmental impact, unlike its classical counterpart, liquid chromatography.

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