New Cation Column for Separation of Amines and Inorganic Cations in Complex Sample Matrices
11 May 2011

Dionex Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the IonPac® CS19 cation-exchange column designed for gradient separation of polar and moderately hydrophobic amines plus the common inorganic cations. The IonPac CS19 is a high capacity column allowing for the analysis of a variety of amines in complex sample matrices, including chemical process solutions, foods and beverages, and power industry samples.

The column is available in 0.4 × 250 mm, 4 × 250 mm, and 2 × 250 mm formats. Key amines that can be separated using aqueous methanesulfonic acid gradients include alkanolamines, biogenic amines, methylamines, alkyl diamines, and polar amines. The IonPac CS19 column produces excellent peak efficiencies and symmetries providing very reproducible results. The capillary and microbore formats offer the advantage of less eluent consumption providing reduced operating costs.

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