Thermo Scientific™

µPAC™ Trapping Column, 2/pk

Catalog number: COL-TRPNANO16G1B2
Thermo Scientific™

µPAC™ Trapping Column, 2/pk

Catalog number: COL-TRPNANO16G1B2
Perform large volume (>5 µL) sample injections on capillary and nano-columns with Thermo Scientific™ µPAC™ Trapping Columns with minimal impact on your total low-flow chromatography analysis time. Their C18 stationary phase support morphology is designed to perfectly match that of capillary and nano- µPAC HPLC columns, with carefully selected dimensions and surface chemistry.
 
Catalog Number
COL-TRPNANO16G1B2
Unit Size
Each
Price (USD)
872.82
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Full specifications
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Flow Rate10 to 20 µL/min
Max. Pressure350 bar (5076 psi)
pH1.5 to 7
Pore Size100 to 200 Å
Porosity59%
Temperature60°C
Stationary PhaseC18
Packing MaterialSilicon Chip
Column TypeMicro Pillar Array
EndcappedYes
PhaseReversed Phase
Bed Length10 mm
Bed Width2 mm
Interpillar Distance2.5 µm
Pillar Diameter5 µm
Pillar Length18 µm
Unit SizeEach
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Catalog NumberSpecificationsUnit SizePrice (USD)AvailabilityQuantity
COL-TRPNANO16G1B2Full specifications
Each
872.82
Your Price:
***
Flow Rate10 to 20 µL/min
Max. Pressure350 bar (5076 psi)
pH1.5 to 7
Pore Size100 to 200 Å
Porosity59%
Temperature60°C
Stationary PhaseC18
Packing MaterialSilicon Chip
Column TypeMicro Pillar Array
EndcappedYes
PhaseReversed Phase
Bed Length10 mm
Bed Width2 mm
Interpillar Distance2.5 µm
Pillar Diameter5 µm
Pillar Length18 µm
Unit SizeEach
Showing 1 of 1

Sample Preconcentration - Preconcentrate samples with very low peptide contents into a sub-microliter trapping volume.

Decreased Sample Loading Times - Depending on the flow rate of the analytical column used, a 10 to 50-fold reduction of the sample loading time can be achieved for high volume (5 to 20 µL) samples.

Sample Clean-up - Effectively remove salts, reagents, and other contaminants that have no affinity for hydrophobic bonded phases, increasing analytical column lifetime and improving spectral quality and detection sensitivity.

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