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3M™ Empore™ C18-SD Deep Well Plate  
Functional groups, such as octyl (C8) and octadecyl (C18), can be bonded to the silica surface to provide non polar interactions.  Each of these sorbents exhibits unique properties...
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3M™ Empore™ C18-SD Standard Well Plate  
Functional groups, such as octyl (C8) and octadecyl (C18), can be bonded to the silica surface to provide non polar interactions.  Each of these sorbents exhibits unique properties...
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3M™ Empore™ C8-SD Deep Well Plate  
Functional groups, such as octyl (C8) and octadecyl (C18), can be bonded to the silica surface to provide non polar interactions.   Each of these sorbents exhibits unique properties...
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3M™ Empore™ C8-SD Standard Well Plate  
Functional groups, such as octyl (C8) and octadecyl (C18), can be bonded to the silica surface to provide non polar interactions.  Each of these sorbents exhibits unique properties of...
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3M™ Empore™ Filter Deep Well Plate  
3M™ Empore™ Filter Standard Well Plate  
3M™ Empore™ MPC-SD Deep Well Plate  
This mixed phase chemistry, in which two primary modes of attraction are present, allows for a more efficient and selective extraction compared to traditional reversed phase...
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3M™ Empore™ MPC-SD Standard Well Plate  
This mixed phase chemistry, in which two primary modes of attraction are present, allows for a more efficient and selective extraction compared to traditional reversed phase...
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3M™ Empore™ UR-SD Deep Well Plate  
This chemistry promotes high retention of a wide range of analytes, reducing method development time and facilitating a generic approach to sample preparation.
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3M™ Empore™ UR-SD Standard Well Plate  
This chemistry promotes high retention of a wide range of analytes, reducing method development time and facilitating a generic approach to sample preparation.
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