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Supra-Clean Florisil SPE Column - 1 g, 6 mL, Pkg. 30

Recommended for extracting polar compounds from pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB).

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N9306413
1.0 g
6 mL
30.0
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N9306513
1.0 g
6 mL
30.0
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N9306514
2.0 g
15 mL
20.0
100.00 USD
 
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N9306515
2.0 g
25 mL
20.0
109.00 USD
 
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N9306511
200.0 mg
3 mL
50.0
109.00 USD
 
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N9306512
500.0 mg
3 mL
50.0
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N9306494
500.0 mg
6 mL
30.0
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Overview

Supra-Clean® Florisil (FL-S) SPE columns are standard grade columns that can be used as an alternative to silica for viscous matrices due to their large particle size (200 μm).

  • Quantity: Package of 30
  • End capping: No
  • Matrix: Polar compounds in a non-polar matrix.
  • Mechanism: Hydrophilic
  • pH Range: 2.0-8.0
  • Sorbent: Pure Spherical Silica

Specifications

Material Polypropylene
Model Compatible With Solid Phase Extraction (SPE)
Particle Size 200.0 µm
Phase Florisil
Product Brand Name Supra-Clean
Product Group Columns
Volume 6 mL
Volume Capacity 6 mL
Weight 1.0 g
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Supra-Clean® and Supra-Poly® Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) - A Reference Notebook of SPE Applications

At PerkinElmer, we ,understand that sample ,preparation is one of the ,most critical steps in the analytical process. Often accounting ,for 60% of your timetable, it has a fundamental impact on a ,wide range of operational parameters. Any errors within this ,process undermine the quality of your data at all subsequent ,stages of your analysis. Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) helps ,avoid potential errors in sample preparation, reducing re-runs ,and dramatically increasing productivity. As one of the most cost-effective and ,flexible tools within the laboratory environment, SPE also provides efficient sample ,concentration and purification prior to many of today’s most popular analytical ,techniques, including HPLC, LC/MS, GC and GC/MS. This document is intended to ,provide you with the tools you need to quickly and efficiently develop extraction ,methods for your sampling analysis.

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