Technical Guide to HILIC Method Development
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HILIC method development presents a unique set of challenges to the liquid chromatographer. This 38 page HILIC Method Development Technical Guide and free A2 HILIC Wall Chart demonstrate a tried and tested approach to HILIC method development. Save hours of frustration and wasted effort. Request your FREE copy(s) today:
- A simplified and systematic approach to HILIC method development
- Recommended starting conditions for isocratic and gradient
- Flowchart for HILIC method development and recommended steps
- 38 pages packed with technical information and valuable advice
- Worked examples and illustrations for a step-by-step approach
- Hints and Tips included.
Advanced Chromatography Technologies Limited have launched three novel HILIC phases comprising of an acidic character phase (ACE HILIC-A), a basic character phase (ACE HILIC-B) and a neutral character phase (ACE HILIC-N); each phase offering alternative selectivity. Three particle sizes 1.7um, 3um and 5um are avaialble. Columns are compatible with all manufacturers’ HPLC/UHPLC systems and ultra robust up to 1,000 bar (15,000psi)
Competitively priced HILIC Method Development kits are also available, offering all three selectivities for the same price as just a single column.
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