Member since: 2020
Organization: Medinfar Group
Good quality-price ratio
Application Area: Analyze small molecules
"Very easy to use and good price-quality ratio."
Member since: 2014
Organization: Simon Fraser University
Great product to have in your tool box
Application Area:analysis of small molecules in biological samples
"Chromolith monolithic column offers very unique selectivity. It resolved a critical pair cleanly in our application. The low back pressure allowed us to use very fast flow rate and short gradient, which allowed nearly real-time monitoring of fast reactions. The column is reasonably durable, and handled simple acetonitrile-precipitated plasma samples well. Only slight efficiency reduction was observed (broader peaks) after almost 100 injections."
Member since: 2015
Organization: Institut für Radioökologie und Strahlenschutz (IRS)
It’s a wonderful experience to use this column
Application Area:Low molecular binding peptide determination in plant extract
"It’s a wonderful experience to use this column to check low molecular binding peptides in radionuclide (uranium) treated plant samples."
Member since: 2013
Organization: La Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Application Area:amino acids quantification
"It is a good column for fast and good efficiency determinations."
Member since: 2011
Application Area:food analysis
"One of our best performance columns in our laboratory. Good separation, long life and reproducible results."
Member since: 2011
Organization: Mikart, Inc.
"This column was introduced at a time when analytical labs were trying to achieve UPLC type capability without having to purchase an UPLC. Excellent reproducibility, robust and a great column for a variety of applications."
Member since: 2003
Organization: Institute of Cancer Research
Application Area:open access LC/MS on small molecules
"Excellent sturdy column for open access LC/MS of small molecules. Our chemists run over 2000 samples a month and these columns seem to go on and on."
The revolutionary monolithic Chromolith® HighResolution columns are made from a single rod of high-purity monolithic silica, rather than from particles. Their unique bimodal pore structure allows the chromatographic performance to be improved significantly.