Acclaim® Phenyl-1 Unique Reversed-Phase Column with High Aromatic Selectivity

Acclaim® Phenyl-1 Unique Reversed-Phase Column with High Aromatic Selectivity

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Reversed-Phase Column with High Aromatic Selectivity for the Separation of Aromatic Compounds. Acclaim® Phenyl-1 columns provide unique selectivity for aromatic compounds while maintaining suffici...read more

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Reversed-Phase Column with High Aromatic Selectivity for the Separation of Aromatic Compounds.

Acclaim® Phenyl-1 columns provide unique selectivity for aromatic compounds while maintaining sufficient hydrophobic interaction and aqueous compatibility for superior chromatographic performance.

Acclaim Phenyl-1 is based on covalent modification of high-purity, spherical, porous silica particles, with a specially designed silane ligand-bearing proprietary alkyl aromatic functionality.

The Acclaim Phenyl-1 column has a unique bonded phase which has both enhanced aromatic selectivity and high hydrophobicity compared to other commercial phenyl-type phases, including biphenyl, diphenyl, C6-phenyl and C3-phenyl phases. It is also compatible with aqueous mobile phases. These capabilities make this column ideal for a broad range of applications including drug development and testing in which analytes commonly contain rings, conjugation, and ring substituents.


Acclaim® Phenyl-1 Unique Reversed-Phase Column with High Aromatic Selectivity Benefits:

  • High aromatic selectivity
  • High hydrophobic retention
  • Unique and complementary selectivity
  • Compatibility with highly aqueous mobile phase
  • High efficiency and rugged packing

Column Details:

  • Chemistry: Proprietary alkyl phenyl
  • Particle Size: 3 µm
  • Pore Size: 120 Å
  • Length: 50, 100, 150, 250 mm
  • ID: 2.1, 3.0, 4.6 mm

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