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Reliable, Robust and Reproducible (U)HPLC Columns

Highly robust thanks to broad pH- (1-12) and temperature range (up to 90°) ✓ Superior lot-to-lot reproducibility, ideal for QC ✓ Various hardware options: from Nano/MicroLC to (U)HPLC to (semi)prep. more

A UHPLC Column Guaranteed to Provide Astounding Efficiency Levels

Staggering UHPLC Efficiencies and Performance ✓ Extreme Ruggedness and Mechanical Strength ✓ Perfect Complement to Kinetex Core-Shell Technology ✓ more

The VICI Jour Catalog - Accessories for (U)HPLC and Liquid Handling

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Groundbreaking (U)HPLC Technology – Shimadzu’s New Nexera Series

The new Nexera series of Ultra High-Performance Liquid Chromatographs incorporates Analytical Intelligence, allowing systems to detect and resolve issues automatically. It makes lab management simple by integrating IoT and device networking, enabling users to easily review instrument status, optimiz more

This MALS detector for (U)HPLC and SEC loves details – analyze macromolecules from 2 to 50 nm

You want to determine the properties of polymers in more detail or investigate proteins and protein aggregates in their native conformations? The LenS3 Multi-Angle Light Scattering (MALS) detector is the first in history to allow the direct measurement of macromolecules with a molecular radius of le more

Thermo Scientific™ Charged Aerosol Detectors: See what you've been missing - Hidden peaks revealed

The problem with almost every other type of detector is that there is a bias. The bias might be that one analyte responds more than another or that mobile phase affects detection differently. A charged aerosol detector measures analyte charge that is in direct proportion to the amount of the analyte more

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