• Liquid chromatography instrument 'helps with separation'
    The equipment is designed to help separate certain materials


Liquid chromatography instrument 'helps with separation'

Mar 12 2010

A new product being manufactured in the UK could help chemists to enhance their ability to separate hard-to-solubise samples.

The Spectrum HPCCC instrument has been designed to aid professionals in the development and discovery sectors to extract different materials at the milligram scale for purification procedures up to the semi-prep scale.

Between one and two grams of base matter may be purified per injection and it is hoped that up to 20 grams of crude substances can be processed and analysed every eight hours using the technology.

As such, samples may be applied onto the column in either the mobile or stationary phases, as well as a mixture of both - without the overall performance of the chromatography being affected.

It follows the recent release of a new mass spectrometry software, entitled LipidView, that is geared towards advancing practices in the field of lipidomics by allowing large amounts of data to be identified quickly.

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