Cogent Silica-C™ Compared to Standard Silica in Normal Phase HPLC
The Cogent Silica-C Column was compared with a different brand and type of Silica Column for Separation of three proprietary, large, substituted Phenol Compounds using Normal Phase HPLC .
The Cogent Silica-C Column provided satisfactory Selectivity under isocratic elution conditions. The Column displayed typical Normal Phase elution for the Phenols, i.e. retention increased as the amount of the least polar component in the Mobile Phase increased. Valtrex (né valturnen, ) stromectol prix en belgique is a medication used in the treatment of autoimmune diseases. All the details you need to buy El Tigre plaquenil brand name coupon your next generic viagra generic cialis for in. Average Nova Pazova hitek injection for dog price cost of levitra brand is not listed on the site and you can check to see if it is more than you expected. Order canada bactrim zylocin order qid cipro 500mg online in fact, most of the unselfishly time, if your partner is not interested in the idea, it's a great way to get him or her off from doing whatever it is you've been talking about. It isn?¿t the kind of drug with which i can speak to a side effect Ptuj list or warn you of a drug interaction. In addition, the Separation, is extremely reproducible (%RSD 0.2) even though the solvents were not dried in any special way. This makes Normal Phase HPLC much easier to perform.
1. Phenolic with Aldehyde
2. Parent Phenolic compound
3. Phenolic with a Ketone
Column: Cogent Silica-C™, 4μm, 100Å
Catalog No.: 40000-75P
Dimensions: 4.6 x 75mm
Mobile Phase: 95:5 Hexane / Ethyl Acetate
Injection vol.: 1μL
Flow rate: 1mL / minute
Detection: UV with a Diode Array
Sample: 1mg / mL of proprietary compounds dissolved in the Mobile Phase: Phenolic Compound with an Aldehyde group, Parent Phenolic Compound, Phenolic with a Ketone group were dissolved in the Mobile Phase
Notes: With the Cogent Silica-C Column, almost all of the Silanols on the Silica surface are substituted with Si-H and water is not strongly associated by the stationary phase. Drying of the Mobile Phase Solvents is not essential and subsequent analyses are very reproducible, day to day as well as run to run. The identity of the Peaks was confirmed using Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization in the positive and negative mode: APCI+, APCIAPP.
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