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Method Development Kits Provides Intelligent Solutions for Method Development

Feb 09 2018 Read 470 Times

ACE HPLC/UHPLC columns have a deserved reputation for delivery high efficiency, excellent reproducibility and long lifetime. ACE Method Development Kits group together three industry-leading ACE phases with complementary selectivities to aid in the separation of closely related analytes in your mixtures. Screening each of the phases under the same mobile phase conditions can help you achieve your desired separation faster and increase your lab’s productivity. Each kit contacting three columns is available for the same price as a single column. Available in reversed-phase, bioanalytical wide-pore (300 Å), UltraCore (core-shell) and new HILIC options, there is a Method Development Kit to suit any application.

Unbeatable value ACE Method Development Kits are available in 1.7, 2, 3, and 5 µm particle sizes, a wide variety of column dimensions and compatible with all manufacturers’ HPLC/UHPLC instruments. Resources including the ACE Reversed-Phase Method Development wall-chart and the ACE HILIC Step-by-Step Method Development Protocol are also available to help you unleash the potential of ACE Method Development Kits. Introduce an intelligent solution for method development to your lab today.

For more information on ACE Method Development Kits – now including ACE HILIC – visit www.ace-hplc.com or email info@ace-hplc.com.

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