Phenyl Reversed Phase Hplc Columns

Hypersil™ Phenyl-2 HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

Separate aromatic compounds and moderately polar compounds with Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil™ Phenyl-2 LC Columns.

Classical Hypersil stationary phases are recognized as an industry standard in HPLC. Proven as an effective analytical tool, classical Hypersil phases are well established and referenced in HPLC methods. Quality is assured by manufacture under ISO 9001-2000 quality guidelines.

For more challenging separations that require improved chromatographic performance, use Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil GOLD™ Phenyl columns as an alternative.

Syncronis™ Phenyl HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

Achieve repeatable and consistent liquid chromatography (LC) separations of aromatic compounds using Thermo Scientific™ Syncronis™ Phenyl LC Columns. High surface area silica, dense stationary phase coverage, and double end-capping minimize secondary interactions and deliver reproducible high-resolution separations. The Phenyl-bonded aromatic phase offers alternative selectivity to C18 columns and is particularly useful for optimized retention of aromatic analytes. Manufactured and rigorously tested in ISO 9000 facilities, these columns are designed to meet a range of analytical needs including fast method development, quantitative analysis, and quality control.

Hypersil GOLD™ Phenyl HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

Get excellent retention and unique selectivity for aromatic and moderately polar analytes with Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil GOLD™ Phenyl reversed phase HPLC columns. A butyl (C4) linker in the phenyl bonded phase allows for superior alignment of the phenyl ring with aromatic molecules, thus enhancing pi-pi interactions and improving the retention of the molecules. The C4 linker also provides the stationary phase with moderate hydrophobicity, making it ideal for the separation of analyte mixtures with varying polarity and aromaticity. The outstanding peak shape results in greater sensitivity.

Hypersil™ Phenyl-BDS HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

As a base-deactivated column with unique selectivity for aromatic and slightly polar compounds, you can use Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil™ Phenyl-BDS LC Columns as an alternative selectivity to C18 or C8 phases. These economical columns feature reduced silanol activity and provide exceptional reliability for QA/QC labs. Built on the renowned Hypersil silica backbone, the base-deactivated silica is one of the most popular packing materials available.

 

For more challenging separations that require improved chromatographic performance, use Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil GOLD™ columns as an alternative.

Accucore™ Phenyl-X HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

Achieve fast, high-resolution separations of aromatic compounds using Thermo Scientific™ Accucore™ Phenyl-X columns. Rugged 2.6µm solid-core particles enable fast, high-efficiency separations at low backpressures. The phenyl-X alkyl aromatic bonded phase offers unique reversed-phase shape selectivity with high aromatic selectivity and is compatible with highly aqueous mobile phases. Robust bonding technology and automated packing procedures ensure excellent reproducibility and long column lifetimes.

Hypersil™ Phenyl HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

Effectively separate aromatic compounds and moderately polar compounds with Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil™ Phenyl LC Columns.

Classical Hypersil stationary phases are recognized as an industry standard in HPLC. Proven as an effective analytical tool, classical Hypersil phases are well established and referenced in HPLC methods. Quality is assured by manufacture under ISO 9001-2000 quality guidelines.

For more challenging separations that require improved chromatographic performance, use Thermo Scientific™ Hypersil GOLD™ Phenyl columns as an alternative.

Acclaim™ Phenyl-1 HPLC Columns Thermo Scientific™

For unique selectivity of aromatic compounds and superior chromatographic performance, choose Thermo Scientific™ Acclaim™ Phenyl-1 reversed-phase LC columns. The specially designed bonded phase displays greater π-π interaction than other phenyl phases and provides enhanced aromatic selectivity and higher hydrophobic retention. These columns are ideally suited for the analysis of aromatic analytes, including glucocorticosteroids, estrogens, fat-soluble vitamins, and phospholipids.
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