The separation of isomers and enantiomers of branched C10-C12 phenylalkanes by gas chromatography on fused silica capillary columns coated with some modified β- and γ-cyclodextrins was studied. It was shown that the separation of positional isomers of C10-C12 phynylalkanes on modified cyclodextrin capillary columns is not better than that on a column coated with modified polyethylene glycol. Differences were found in the enantioselectivity of modified β- and γ-cyclodextrins for the separation of C10-C12 secondary phenylalkane enantiomers. While alkylderivatives of β-CDs resolve enantiomers of 3-phenylalkanes, alkyl derivatives of γ-CD resolve enantiomers of 2-phenylalkanes. Since shape selectivity factors of modified cyclodextrins have indicated no inclusion of the considered solutes in cyclodextrin cavities, enantioselective interactions most probably occur on the outer sphere of cyclodextrins.