Discovery® DSC-SAX SPE Bulk Packing

pkg of 100 g

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pkg of 100 g

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matrix active group

ammonium ion, quaternary bonding

Featured Industry

Food and Beverages

separation technique

ion exchange

General description

Retention Mechanism: Anion-exchange
Sample Matrix Compatibility: Organic or aqueous solutions

  • A polymerically bonded quarternary amine that remains positively charged at all pH levels
  • Counter ion is Cl-
  • Ion exchange capacity is ∼ 0.14 meq/g
  • Commonly used when extracting weaker anions (e.g., carboxylic acids) that may not bind strongly enough to weaker anion-exchangers
  • Selectivity can be modified by changing the counter ion with the appropriate buffer during conditioning

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Flash Point(F)

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Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Certificate of Analysis
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