Description of Phenyl-Ether Analytical Column Used in HPLC
The phenyl-ether HPLC column is an analytical column used in HPLC, they are based on ultra-pure silica gel for a thorough double-end-bonding process with a unique polarity-embedded modified bonded phase that is more selective than conventional phenyl columns. The presence of an ether bond enhances the Pi-Pi interaction with the conjugated compound, suitable for the separation of polar and aromatic mixtures, and phenyl HPLC analytical columns that match the 100% water flow.
Phenyl-Ether HPLC Analytical Column Characteristics
- Suitable for separation of substances containing a benzene ring and a polar functional group;
- It has the best peak shape for basic and polar compounds;
- Polar HPLC column.
- Bonded phase: Phenyl-Ether (USP L11);
- Particle size: 3μm, 5μm, 10μm;
- Aperture: 120Å;
- Specific surface area: 320m²/g (120Å);
- Carbon loading: 12% (120Å);
- Sealing: Double tailing;
- pH stability: 1.5-10.0.