Five new stationary phases for BlueOrchid UHPLC columns
KNAUER introduces five new stationary phases for its BlueOrchid 1.8 µm columns, extending the range of available selectivities to a total of twelve.
The new BlueOrchid UHPLC columns include C4, SAX, HILIC, PAL-HILIC phases and an amino phase.
BlueOrchid columns are designed to provide high efficiency and stability, making them the ideal choice for demanding applications. All BlueOrchid columns are packed with 1.8 μm particles and feature a very narrow particle size distribution resulting in one of the lowest column back pressures in its class. BlueOrchid columns also offer outstanding peak symmetry, even for basic compounds.
BlueOrchid C4 uses short alkyl chains to produce low hydrophobicity and is ideal for reversed phase separations of proteins and peptides
BlueOrchid SAX is a strong anion exchanger and is well-suited for use with smaller organic molecules, including nucleotides and organic acids
BlueOrchid HILIC is our hydrophilic interaction chromatography phase for retaining highly polar and hydrophilic compounds
BlueOrchid PAL-HILIC has polymer amine ligands and combines hydrophilic and ionic properties, making it applicable for separating proteins, peptides as well as other anionic species and polar compounds
BlueOrchid NH2 is applicable in three modes: weak anion exchange, reversed phase and normal phase mode. It can be used for the analysis of sugars and carbohydrates.