Alternative Selectivity Phases for Successful HILIC Separations
May 15 2018 Read 465 Times
HILIC can be helpful for the retention and separation of many polar analytes. Advanced Chromatography Technologies have developed three alternative selectivity HILIC stationary phases to help you achieve the best resolution for your separation - the acidic character ACE HILIC-A phase, the basic character ACE HILIC-B phase, and the neutral character ACE HILIC-N phase.
Furthermore, ACE HILIC Method Development Kits are now available to provide you with an unrivalled screening platform for your HILIC analysis. Unbeatable value, ultra-robust ACE HILIC Method Development Kits are available in a wide variety of dimensions and particle sizes, and compatible with all manufacturers’ HPLC/UHPLC instruments. Each three column kit is available for the same price as a single column!
To ensure your success with ACE HILIC, take advantage of the vital FREE resources that accompany ACE HILIC columns! The ACE HILIC Method Development Guide contains 38 pages packed with a wealth of information including hints and tips for successful HILIC separations and worked examples. The ACE HILIC Step-by-Step Method Development Protocol is an A2 wall poster ideal for the laboratory wall, outlining a rational and simple to follow approach to HILIC method development.
For further information on ACE HILIC, to request your free copy of the ACE HILIC method development resources, or for information on any ACE product, please contact www.ace-hplc.com.
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