New HPLC/UHPLC Methanol for Superior Chromatography Launched
Feb 13 2020 Read 872 Times
Methanol, the simplest alcohol that exists, is a colourless, low-density, flammable and water-miscible liquid. Methanol and water have similar properties because both have hydroxyl groups that can form hydrogen bonds. These two solvents form hydrogen bonds with each other, being perfectly miscible in all proportions.
The high polarity of methanol makes it a very good solvent for polar substances. These characteristics make it one of the most used solvents in liquid chromatography. In this technique, the absorbance of the mobile phase is one of the critical points in the choice of solvent: the lower the absorption of the solvent, the greater the accuracy of the test and the better results under conditions of gradient elution.
Scharlab launches its new Methanol Ultragradient (ME0339), the only HPLC methanol on the market that ensures minimal gradient absorption at 3 different wavelengths (230, 235 and 254 nm).
This new product, with the most restrictive specifications on the market, allows to carry out the most demanding analyses in the entire wavelength range. After passing an exhaustive Quality Control in their laboratory, Scharlab can ensure that Scharlau's Methanol Ultragradient is the cleanest solvent with the lowest number of impurities, suitable for any chromatographic analysis.
Scharlab’s Methanol Ultragradient is also suitable for UHPLC.
To learn more about this new Methanol Ultragradient visit Scharlab’s stand at analytica in Hall A2, Stand 419-2.
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