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Supelclean ENVI-Carb/NH2 SPE Tube

bed A 500 mg (Supelclean ENVI-Carb), bed B 500 mg (Supelclean LC-NH2), volume 6 mL, pkg of 300 ea

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Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, Sample Preparation & Purification, Solid Phase Extraction (SPE), Supelclean ENVI and Supelclean SPE Cartridges, Supelclean ENVI-Carb/NH2 SPE Products More...
composition   bed A, 500 mg (Supelclean ENVI-Carb)
  bed B, 500 mg (Supelclean LC-NH2)
packaging   pkg of 300 ea
volume   6 mL
matrix active group   aminopropyl phase
  carbon phase
mode of chromatography   Ion exchange
  Reversed phase

Description

General description

Retention Mechanism: Reversed-phase and anion-exchange
Sample Matrix Compatibility: Organic or aqueous solutions

• Dual layer SPE tube that contains both Supelclean ENVI-Carb (upper layer) & LC-NH2 (lower layer) SPE sorbents (separated by PE frit)
• Developed to offer superior clean up when conducting multi-residue pesticide analysis from food (e.g. agricultural products, meats, etc.).
• ENVI-carb has a strong affinity towards planar molecules, and can isolate/remove pigments (e.g., chlorophyll and carotinoids) and sterols commonly present in foods and natural products
• Supelclean LC-NH2 is an aminopropyl phase that retains fatty acids, organic acids, and some polar pigments and sugars common in food matrices

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Supelclean is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

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Articles

Solid Phase Extraction: Ion Exchange Methodology

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Solid Phase Extraction: Normal Phase Methodology

In order for polar retention to occur between the sorbent and the sample, the analyte must be introduced to the SPE device in a non-polar sample or mobile phase environment. Therefore, typical sample...
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Solid Phase Extraction: Reversed-Phase Methodology

Reversed-phase SPE is considered the least selective retention mechanism when compared to normalphase or ion-exchange SPE. In other words, it may be difficult for a reversed-phase method or bonded ch...
Keywords: Environmental, Evaporation, Gas chromatography, High performance liquid chromatography, Homogenization, Metabolites, Phase transitions, Solid phase extractions, Solvents

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