Looking to achieve an advanced multi-modal LC selectivity for you next analysis? Look no further than Kinetex® PS C18. Designed for every scientist who are looking for:
- Enhanced Retention for Polar Basic Compounds
- 100% Aqueous Stability
- Available in 2.6 µm for UHPLC and HPLC
By making the switch from fully porous to core-shell particles, labs gain instant access to increased productivity, improved chromatographic results, easy method transferability, and significant cost savings.
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Summary of “Kinetex® 2.6µm PS C18 Core-Shell Column’s Chromatographic Performance and Unique Reversed Phase Selectivity in Comparison to a Conventional Fully Porous UHPLC Column”
“Our scientists wanted to investigate the Kinetex 2.6µm PS C18 HPLC/UHPLC column’s improved chromatographic performance and unique multi interaction selectivity when applied to a screen of 36 tricyclic antidepressants. Both columns tested were of the same dimension (100 x 2.1mm) and ran under identical conditions, on the same UHPLC system, and during the same period of time. The gradient consisted of Water with 0.1% Formic acid as the weak solvent and Acetonitrile with 0.1% Formic acid as the strong organic solvent. A flow rate of 0.5mL/min was used, and the column heater was set to an ambient temperature of 25°C. An Agilent® 1200 HPLC system was used for the investigation with a SCIEX™ API 4000™ mass spectrometer (MS) for detection. The Kinetex PS C18 is a USP classified L1 column, that provides both a unique polar and non-polar selectivity as well as 100% aqueous stability.”
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