Intelligent Solutions for HILIC Method Development
May 11 2018 Read 553 Times
HILIC can be helpful for the retention and separation of many polar analytes. ACE HILIC Method Development Kits are now available to provide you with an unrivalled screening platform for your HILIC analysis. The ACE HILIC Method Development Kit groups together the acidic character ACE HILIC-A phase, the basic character ACE HILIC-B phase, and the neutral character ACE HILIC-N phase; each offering alternative selectivity, all for the price of a single column.
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.
ACE HILIC Method Development Kits accompany the ACE Advanced, Extended, Bioanalytical (300 Å wide-pore) and UltraCore Method Development Kits, which each contain up to three alternative selectivity phases for the development of your reversed-phase separations. Introduce an intelligent solution to your method development today.
Request your Method Development Kit brochure, now updated to include the essential ACE HILIC phases, for more information on ACE Method Development Kits.
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