Complete Application Guide Helps Users Select the best Column and Method Conditions
Feb 09 2018 Read 1005 Times
Industry-leading stationary phases from Advanced Chromatography Technologies are the best choice for the development of your method. The ACE Complete Applications guide groups together over 320 HPLC/UHPLC applications from the worlds of pharmaceutical, environmental, food and beverage, forensics, clinical, and biomolecule analysis to help you make the best choice of ACE phase and method conditions for a successful separation.
With applications from both the Advanced Chromatography Technologies R&D team and submissions from chromatographers worldwide, the ACE Applications Guide is up to date with the best practices and methods from the cutting edge of research.
Furthermore, you can contribute to ACE applications! Contact us to discuss your ACE HPLC/UHPLC application and whether it can be added to our applications database. If the application is suitable and with our prior written agreement, we will send you a free HPLC/UHPLC analytical column as a thank you for helping your chromatography colleagues around the world. ACE applications data in the proteomics and biopharmaceutical sectors are particularly welcomed at this time.
To request your free copy of the ACE Complete Applications Guide now or for more information on any ACE product, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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