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The Scherzo SM-C18 and Unison UK-Amino columns successfully separate the small, polar ascorbic acid related compounds in normal phase mode.
The Unison UK-Phenyl column separates surfactants of different lengths better than a standard C18 column.
The Scherzo SW-C18 column is able to retain compounds with multiple amine functionalities.
The Scherzo SM-C18 and SS-C18 show excellent resolution of these small molecules, which normally coelute on a standard C18 column.
Both Presto FF-C18 and Intrada WP-RP can elute this large protein. Intrada WP-RP shows sharper peaks, meaning it can better recognize its structural components than Presto FF-C18.
LC-MS analysis of phosphorus-containing amino acid type herbicides and their metabolites
Aromatic carboxylic acids
Levulinic Acid, Lactic Acid and methyl Esters
Malachite Green and Metabolite
PEG can be separated by both reversed phase and normal phase chromatography. Reversed phase using the Cadenza CW-C18 column gives baseline resolution as well as better run time.
The Cadenza CW-C18 column effectively separates triarylmethane ink dyes because of chelating properties.
Positional Isomers on CL-C18
Separation Properties of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds on CL-C18
The reverse phase separation of the hydrophillic organic solvent dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is difficult. However, our silica columns make a nonaqueous normal phase separation possible.
Separation of aromatic sulfonate using a volatile ion pair reagent.
Analysis of phenylenediamine type organic EL materials.
Separation of isomers of the polymerization inhibitor methoxyphenol.
Separation of isomers of the polymerization inhibitor hydroquinine.
Superior separation of US-C18 compared to competitor columns.
Comparative separation of organic acids with various stationary phases of the Unison series.
Comparative retention of the highly polar compound acrylamide in the Unison series using 100% aqueous mobile phase.
Separation of p-dichlorobenzene and isomers, which are possible causes of "Sick House Syndrome"
High speed separation of phthalic acid isomers using short columns.
LC-MS analysis of intact amino acids on a novel mixed-mode HPLC column
Factors influencing the separation of oligonucleotides using reversed-phase/ion-exchange mixed-mode high performance liquid chromatography columns
Liquid chromatographic separation of proteins derivatized with a fluorogenic reagent at cysteinyl residues on a non-porous column for differential proteomics analysis