Thermo Scientific™

Vanquish™ Charged Aerosol Detectors

Utilize the increased separation speed and resolution of the Thermo Scientific™ Vanquish™ UHPLC system to detect and quantify virtually any substance using the near-universal detection capabilities of Vanquish Charged Aerosol Detectors. With enhanced linear dynamic range and accurate, consistent response, this detector can measure low-level impurities and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) simultaneously, as well as other compounds, regardless of chemical structure. One can measure virtually any nonvolatile and most semivolatile analytes with sub-nanogram sensitivity. The charged aerosol detector expands the capabilities for discovery and is a powerful addition to any chromatography lab.

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Description

Detector available in two versions

  • Vanquish Charged Aerosol Detector H is full featured for research and methods development
  • Vanquish Charged Aerosol Detector F has a robust set ideal for everyday analyses
Universal, near-uniform response

No other UHPLC detector available today can match the all-around performance of the Vanquish charged aerosol detector. It can be used for the analysis of:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Natural Products
  • Carbohydrates
  • Polymers
  • Surfactants and excipients
  • Macromolecules
Charged aerosol detection can provide complete stoichiometric information for formulations in pharmaceutical QC for both an organic API and its inorganic counterion—and it can deliver a linear response over a wider dynamic range than refractive index (RI) or evaporative light scattering detectors (ELSDs).Because response is near uniform and independent of chemical structure, concentrations can be measured against any known standard.

Experience more flexible UHPLC

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