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ACE HILIC – Three Reproducible Proprietary HILIC Selectivities Unveiled

Jun 28 2017 Comments 0

Advanced Chromatography Technologies Limited is introducing a range of three exciting new selectivities for HILIC. These novel proprietary phases have been developed to enable chromatographers to achieve reproducible and successful HILIC separations using a systematic approach to method development. The three phases comprise of an acidic character phase (ACE HILIC-A), a basic character phase (ACE HILIC-B) and a neutral character phase (ACE HILIC-N); each phase offering alternative selectivity.

  • Three novel proprietary phases
  • Achieve successful, reproducible HILIC separations
  • A simplified and systematic approach to HILIC method development
  • Compatible with all manufacturers’ HPLC/UHPLC systems
  • Cost effective Method Development kits available
  • Ultra robust up to 1,000 bar (15,000psi).

Competitively priced HILIC Method Development kits are also available, offering all three selectivities for the same price as just a single column. Three particle sizes (1.7, 3 and 5 micron) will be available at launch together with a brochure, application notes, technical knowledge notes and method development guidelines. The range, unveiled at HPLC 2017 Prague, is being officially launched on 1st July 2017. For further information on any ACE product contact us or visit the website.

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