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ChromegaChiral Chiral CCS, 10 Micron HPLC Column

10 μm particle size, L × I.D. 15 cm × 4.6 mm

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Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, Chiral HPLC Columns, ChromegaChiral CCS 10 Micron Chiral Columns, ChromegaChiral CCS Chiral Columns, ChromegaChiral Columns,
mfr. no.   ES Industries, 135351-CCS
L × I.D.   15 cm × 4.6 mm
matrix active group   amylose, carbamate phase
particle size   10 μm
pore size   1000 Å pore size
mode of chromatography   Chiral

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ChromegaChiral CCS (amylose tris [(S)-a-methylbenzylcarbamate]) permits the enantiomeric separation of 1-Indanol without the addition of DEA (Diethyl amine). Historically DEA has been commonly used to improve peak shape for chiral separations of compounds such as 1-Indanol. ChromegaChiral CCS separates the 1-Indanol enantiomers with sharp peaks without DEA, providing superior chiral separations, sample loading and peak shape performance.

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