The chromatographic separation of chiral compounds is an important tool in the search for new pharmaceutical entities. Both HPLC and SFC separations of chiral chemicals are important tools for analytical determination and preparative isolation of enantiomeric mixtures. Existing chiral stationary phases can separate a wide variety of chiral mixtures. However there are still enantiomeric mixtures that are difficult to separate limiting the characterization of these mixtures. Difficult to separate enantiomeric mixtures require chiral stationary phases with increased separation power such as our newly developed phase: ChromegaChiral CCS amylose tris [(S)-_ -methylbenzylcarbamate]. Several examples of chiral separations performed with the new ChromegaChiral CCS stationary phase are shown below, including the enantiomeric separation of 1-Indanol with and without the addition of DEA (Diethyl amine). DEA is chemical additive commonly used to improve peak shape for chiral separations. Historically the chiral separation of 1-Indanol required the use of the additive DEA. ChromegaChiral CCS separated the 1-Indanol enantiomers with sharp peaks without DEA. ChromegaChiral CCS can provide superior chiral separations, sample loading and superior peak shape performance.