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Column Type
   Column Type:       
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   Analytical Column       This is the column where the sample separation actually takes place. 
   Guard Column       Guard columns remove particulate contaminants and highly adsorptive compounds from samples, prolonging analytical column life. 
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Stationary Phase/Separation Process
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   Normally Bonded Phase       The stationary bed is strongly polar in nature and the mobile phase is non-polar. Polar samples are thus retained on the polar surface of the column packing longer than less polar materials. Good for water-sensitive samples, analytes that are insoluble in water, certain geometric isomers that are difficult to separate by reversed-phase, and class separations. Organic solvents used in normal-phase separations are more Mass Spectroscopy (MS) friendly than some of the typical buffers used in HPLC. In reversed-phase HPLC, operating conditions sometimes must be dramatically modified to allow compatibility with MS detection. 
   Reversed Phase       The inverse of normal phase chromatography. The stationary bed is non-polar (hydrophobic) in nature, while the mobile phase is a polar liquid, such as mixtures of water and methanol or acetonitrile. The greater the non-polarity of the material, the longer it will be retained. 
   Size Exclusion       The column is filled with material having precisely controlled pore sizes, and the sample is screened or filtered by the stationary phase according to its solvated molecular size. Larger molecules are rapidly washed through the column, and smaller molecules penetrate the pores of the packing particles and elute later. 
   Ion Exclusion       The anions are retained longer on the stationary phase than on anion-exchange columns. Quantification is therefore simplified in the event large amounts of cationic contaminants are present in the sample. 
   Ion Exchange       The stationary bed has an ionically charged surface of opposite charge to the sample ions. This technique is used almost exclusively with ionic or ionizable samples. The stronger the charge on the sample, the stronger it will be attracted to the ionic surface and thus, the longer it will take to elute. The mobile phase is an aqueous buffer, where both pH and ionic strength are used to control elution time. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary separation process. 
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Construction Material
   Construction Material:       
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   Glass       A homogeneous material with a random, liquidlike (non-crystalline) molecular structure. The manufacturing process requires that the raw materials be heated to a temperature sufficient to produce a completely fused melt, which, when cooled rapidly, becomes rigid without crystallizing. 
   Steel - Stainless       Stainless steel is chemical and corrosion resistant and can have relatively high pressure ratings. 
   Polymer       Any number of plastic polymers. 
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Packing Specs
   Packing Material Diameter:       The diameter of the particles of the packing material. 
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   Pore Diameter:       The diameter of the pores present in the packing material. 
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Dimensions
   Column Length:       The length of the column. 
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   Internal Diameter:       The inner diameter of the column. 
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Operating Pressure
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Environment
   Operating Temperature:       This is the full required range of ambient operating temperature. 
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