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Chromacol™ GOLD-Grade Inert Vials and Inserts

Chromacol™ GOLD-Grade Inert Vials and Inserts
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Industrial Chromatography

Maximize your sample performance and have fewer failed assays with Thermo Scientific™ Chromacol™ GOLD-Grade Inert Glass Vials. These vials offer the most state-of-the-art technology in the industry for the analysis of critical low detection limit analytes, and when sample quality, reproducibility, security, and integrity are of upmost importance.

For easier sample handling and less risk of sample loss, the Chromacol GOLD-Grade Vials are the best-in-class choice for all chromatography users performing ultra-trace analysis.

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Description

Achieve confidence in results
  • Made of 1st hydrolytic class, special 33 expansion glass; meeting current USP requirements for pharmacopeias.
  • Ultra-low adsorption surface for critical polar compounds, enabling ultra trace-level analysis for strongly adsorbing analytes.
  • The high-class standard in Europe and Asia for decades.
  • Ultra-low pH shift due to the minimized surface activity.
  • Lowest alkaline content for less glass-wall interactions.
Increase productivity and save time
  • Highest recovery rates, even with critical compounds (e.g., trisubstituted N-atoms, tertiary amines) in trace concentrations.
  • Peaks show the same heights and symmetry and feature high recovery and reproducibility.
Reduce cost of analysis
  • Stable analysis and higher reproducibility means increased security and integrity of analytical results.
  • Reduced amount of buffer saves money.
  • No risk of run-stops during overnight autosampler runs.
  • Lot-independent, optimal autosampler fit.
Why is high glass quality so important when you want to detect low concentrations of analytes?

Why is high glass quality so important when you want to detect low concentrations of analytes?

This study gives an overview of how the glass quality of your vials can impact the quality of your results, especially when you want to detect small concentrations of analytes.



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