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Particle size 2.7 or 5 µm? The phases NUCLEOSHELL® RP 18 and RP 18plus are both offered with particle sizes 2.7 µm and 5 µm. The 2.7 µm core-shell particle has a solid core (silicium dioxide) with a diameter of 1.7 µm and a porous shell (silica gel) with a

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Core-shell phases – RP 18 or RP 18plus? Over the last few years, modern core-shell technology has developed some highly efficient HPLC stationary phases.  These new stationary phases meet the demand for high resolution separations with short analysis times at moderate pressures. Reversed Phase (RP) core-shell silicas with other modifications

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High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography Although HPTLC plates have been commercially available since the end of the 1970s, only few TLC users have experience with HPTLC. Previous generation TLC used silica with a particle size distribution of 5–17 µm.  The use of narrowly fractionated silica – particle size 2–10 µm

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Is Thin Layer Chromatography still up to date? The principle of Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) was described more than 100 years ago [1]. For this method a relatively rigid support is coated with a thin layer of adsorbent.  Suitable supports are glass plates, polyester or aluminum sheets. The substance mixture

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To do: The first attempts with CHROMABOND® HR-XAW show that enrichment by ionic interaction works much better for Acesulfame than for cyclamate, than the hydrophobic interaction using CHROMABOND® HR-X. The results of these experiments will be summarized in an application note and will be published soon. Subsequent analysis with HPLC-MS/MS

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