GPC/SEC columns

By: Viscotek  05/12/2011

Selection of the correct column is essential for successful GPC/SEC experiments as obtaining the best chromatographic separation requires a careful match of sample, solvent and column. In most cases, the solubility of the sample will clearly dictate when you need to use an aqueous or organic eluent.

Below are details on the four ranges of columns we offer.

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