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GenSphereTM Analytical columns 0.46cm I.D. 120Å 3µm: ODS-NH2

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The Q-Col range of HPLC columns are manufactured using silica of exceptional purity. It is a totally porous, perfectly spherical particle, without surface irregularities and having extremely low metals content (Al, Fe, Ti and Zn).
The elimination of micro-pores on the surface of the silica enables a perfectly reproducible porosity resulting in the absence of chromatographic problems often found with other packing materials.
Q-Col GenSphere™ HPLC Columns offer many advanced features including:

• Exceptional batch-to-batch reproducibility
• Extremely low metals content
• Meticulously controlled materials
• Ultra-pure silica
• Perfect spherical particles
• Maximum pH range (between 1.5 and 11.0)
• 3, 5 and 10 µm particle sizes
• Easily scaled-up, from microbore to preparative HPLC.
• Available with 300A pore size for biochromatography.
• Exceptionally long column lifetimes
• Wide range of packings
• Fully deactivated after functional bonding

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Product GenSphereTM Analytical columns 0.46cm I.D. 120Å 3µm: ODS-NH2
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