Eprogen Porous Reverse Phase Columns
Short Chain RP Bonding Chemistry
Novel Surface Silanol Deactivation Chemistry
Ideal for fast MS Analysis of Basic Drugs & Peptides
See application Note
SCD columns are based on a short alkyl chain ligand bonded phase on 5µ,
100Å, spherical silica with state of the art base-deactivation. Excellent
peak shapes are obtained for many drug mixtures without the addition of silanol
suppressing agents. 100% aqueous mobile phases can be routinely used.
SCD-100 columns are ideal for the analysis of basic and positively
charged molecules, as well as neutral and acidic molecules. They are especially useful for fast LC/MS analysis.
RP-8 columns are monomerically bonded C8 chemistry on spherical 5µ, 300Å silica. As the carbon chain length has little effect on selectivity in reversed phase chromatography of peptides and proteins. 100% aqueous mobile phases can be routinely used.
RP-8 columns are well suited for separating <150 kDa proteins and peptides, especially those of a more hydrophobic nature.
SCD and RP-8 Bonding chemistries are based on the original SynChropak® bonding technology.