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  • Unique ACE® 1.7 µm Selectivities for Ultra-Fast UHPLC Separations

Unique ACE® 1.7 µm Selectivities for Ultra-Fast UHPLC Separations

Dec 05 2018 Read 921 Times

There has been a great deal of emphasis in recent years on the use of sub-2 µm particle sizes for increasing chromatographic efficiency and decreasing method runtimes, but phase selectivity remains the most powerful factor in altering resolution. Advanced Chromatography Technologies' novel ACE phases are available in 1.7 µm particles, so you can leverage both their unique chemistries and high efficiencies to achieve your ultra-fast separation.

  • Unique selectivity, high efficiency 1.7 µm ACE UHPLC columns
  • ACE C18, C18-AR and C18-PFP phases
  • ACE SuperC18, C18-Amide and CN-ES phases
  • 3 alternative selectivity HILIC chemistries available
  • 1.7 µm Method Development Kits – 3 columns for the price of 1!

ACE Advanced, Extended and HILIC Method Development Kits are available in 1.7 µm particles! ACE 1.7 µm Method Development Kits group together complementary selectivities to aid in the separation of closely related analytes in your mixtures. Screening each phase under the same mobile phase conditions can help you achieve your desired separation faster and increase your lab’s productivity. Each kit contacting three 1.7 µm columns is available for the same price as a single column!

Click here for more information on ACE 1.7 µm Method Development Kits or email us.

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