• Crawford Scientific Introduces a Unique, Hydrogen-Bonding Stationary Phase from SIELC Technologies

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Crawford Scientific Introduces a Unique, Hydrogen-Bonding Stationary Phase from SIELC Technologies

Aug 02 2012

Crawford Scientific (Strathaven, Lanarkshire, UK) and SIELC Technologies (Prospect Heights, IL, USA) announce SHARC 1™, the first commercially available column whose primary separation mode is hydrogen bonding. Using a combination of methanol and acetonitrile as the mobile phase this unique column technology enables the separation of molecules of similar structure such as isomers and related impurities. The low viscosity mobile phase carries the unique advantage of being able to solubilise molecules of very high to very low polarity and can cut analysis time up to 5-fold compared with aqueous elution methods.

“This new stationary phase represents a significantly different selectivity to add to our already extensive analytical armoury” said Tony Taylor, Technical Director, Crawford Scientific.

Visit www.crawfordscientific.com for more information and applications for SHARC 1™.


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