LC/MS - liquid chromatograph - tiple quadrupole system
The EVOQ triple quadrupole for liquid chromatography (LC-TQ) was designed for a singular purpose—to reliably quantify thousands of real samples in the fastest sample-to-report time possible. It delivers exceptional sensitivity, precision, accuracy, linearity, and a wide dynamic range for your multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) assays. Innovations in software and atmospheric pressure ionization (API) technology make it a game changer for routine high-sensitivity, quantitative analysis in food, environmental, pharmacokinetics, forensic toxicology, and research markets.
Have you ever experienced problems with a new method?
Are your system suitability tests failing now for a method established years ago? Is is your HPLC column dying too fast?
There are many possible reasons for these issues and their root cause can be hard to find. Our new (U)HPLC Troubleshooting Guide provides an easy breakdown of potential solutions for the most common issues in analytical liquid chromatography. With 40 pages of helpful tables, preventive measures and tips to eliminate unwanted effects on your analyses, this handbook is the perfect companion on your way to trouble-free routine results.
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YMC introduces new catalogue. You will find interesting news, like versatile and robust HPLC columns, supercritical fluid chromatography columns Alcyon SFC and many other products. Ask our sales managers for hard copy.
Chromatographers always seek to push the limits of HPLC columns to greater extremes to allow them to perform day-to-day with ever-changing pH, buffers and temperature ranges. The column for the laboratory of today must be suitable for harsh pH conditions in combination with high temperature ranges without sacrificing selectivity. In addition narrow, symmetrical peak shapes are necessary in order to cope with rapid analysis of demanding samples. This has required manufacturers to seek more innovative ways to produce suitable stationary phases.
In order to meet these goals, YMC has developed a new particle technology. This is based on a multi-layered particle produced via a tightly controlled granulation technology which has been adapted from micro-reactor technology. The revolutionary production technique provides a multi-layer silica-organic hybrid stationary phase, which provides an outstandingly narrow pore size and particle size distribution. This in turn, results in low back pressures and high loadability.