Attend a free educational seminar at Pittcon 2013: UltraPerformance Convergence Chromatography: Expanding Selectivity for the Chromatographic Laboratory
UltraPerformance Convergence Chromatography [UPC2] utilizes liquid CO2 as a mobile phase to leverage the chromatographic principles and selectivity of normal-phase chromatography while providing the ease-of-use of reversed-phase LC. Unlike normal-phase LC, supercritical CO2 is miscible with the entire eluotropic series of solvents. In addition, traditional normal-phase and reversed-phase column chemistries can both be utilized. This ability to combine a wide range of column and solvent choices allows chromatographers to develop separations covering a very diverse range of compounds and application areas. In this seminar, we will discuss this exceptional increase in available selectivity that convergence chromatography brings to the laboratory.
Find out more of what convergence chromatography can do for your laboratory.