An Improved Solution for Method Development
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Overcome (U)HPLC method development challenges systematically and efficiently using ultra-high purity ACE HPLC columns with the ChromSword 2 method development software. The ACE ChromSword 2 Method Development Kit includes 6 carefully chosen alternative selectivity ACE phases and the ChromSword 2 Offline method development software with a 6-month activation licence. The pack additionally includes a wealth of technical information and support to aid you in the development of your (U)HPLC methods. The ACE ChromSword Method Development Kit is the perfect tool to introduce an improved and systematic method development protocol to your laboratory.
With ChromSword’s expertise in method development software and Advanced Chromatography Technologies Limited’s industry-leading stationary phases, you will be well equipped to develop and optimise (U)HPLC separations more efficiently based on just a few preliminary experiments. Use the power of ChromSword to simulate numerous possible chromatographic solutions and investigate various columns and method conditions. Screen different bonded phases under the same mobile phase conditions to help you achieve your desired separation more quickly and increase productivity. Each of the 6 ACE phases included has been pre-calibrated by ChromSword for quick setup, so you can start developing your method immediately.
Choose a better solution for method development. For more information on ACE ChromSword 2 Method Development Kits or to request a product brochure, contact email@example.com.
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