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Supelco® Silica and C18 Saturator Columns

C18 Saturator Column Kit

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Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, HPLC Accessories, HPLC/UHPLC, Saturator Column Kits
packaging   pkg of 1 kit
application(s)   HPLC: suitable
matrix active group   C18 (octadecyl) phase
suitability   suitable for L1 per USP
separation technique   reversed phase

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To protect your column from alkaline mobile phases which can dissolve silica (pH >7.0), saturate the mobile phase with silica by passing it through a silica saturator column.
To protect your column from acidic mobile phases which can strip bonded phase (pH <2.0), use a C18 saturator column.
Each kit consists of 10 g of packing (12 μm spherical particles, 180 m2/g surface area), a 7.5 cm × 4.6 mm column, two frits, and fittings to connect the column to 1/16 in. tubing.
The optional plastic funnel is helpful for filling these columns (Cat. No. 20390-U).

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