suitable for USP L52
≤70 °C temp. limit
400 bar pressure (5801 psi)
25 cm × 4.6 mm
silica gel, spherical particle platform
sulfonic acid, propyl- phase
food and beverages
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The Supelcosil LC-SCX HPLC column is packed with an aliphatic sulfonic acid functionalized silica, and can handle pressures up to 4000 psi. Most columns test out at less than 1500 psi.
Polar and non-polar HPLC solvents can be used as mobile phases for the Supelcosil LC-SCX, within pH range of 2-7. The mobile phase used for testing and shipping of the column is 0.05M KH2PO4 buffer (pH 3.5):acetonitrile (65:35). Cleaning solvents include deionized water, methanol, acetonitrile, and methylene chloride.
Supelguard LC-SCX can be purchased as a guard column kit, Product No. 59509, that includes a guard cartridge in a cartridge holder, with tubing and fittings for installation in front of your analytical column. Replacement LC-SCX cartridges can be purchased as a 2 pack, Product No. 59519.
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For Product 58997, SUPELCOSIL™ LC-SCX HPLC Column, the concentration of the buffer is 0.05M potassium phosphate with a pH of 3.5.
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