A bifunctional reagent of terephthaloyl chloride was initially adopted as a spacer reagent to prepare the bonded types of chiral stationary phase (CSP) with cellulose derivatives. (3,5-dimethylphenyl)carbamates of cellulose (CDMPC) regioselectively bonded to small pore (3-aminopropyl)silica gel (APS) were prepared with terephthaloyl chloride as a spacer at the 6-position of the primary hydroxyl group on the glucose unit of cellulose. Enantioseparations of five racemic samples are evaluated on the prepared CSP under normal-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic mode with hexane- isopropylalcohol as the mobile phase. The influence of flow rates and mobile phase compositions on the resolution were investigated. The prepared stationary phase was exhibited an effective chiral recognition.