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Originally formulated to accept up to 2.0 M ammonium phosphate with fast and easy mixing, Ultima-Flo AP demonstrates high counting efficiency and quench resistance for a wide variety of sample types. For those researchers using ammonium phosphate buffers to elute radiolabeled inositol phosphates from HPLC columns, Ultima-Flo AP provides high sample acceptance over the entire gradient. Other gradients, such as up to 1.0 M PBS and 1.0 M sodium hydroxide, can also be accepted by this premium cocktail at good mixing ratios.
|Product Brand Name||Ultima-Flo|
|Sample Type||Flow cocktail, Flow cocktail (aqueous gradients), Flow cocktail (water/methanol gradients), Flow cocktail (ammonium phosphate)|
|Unit Size||1 L|
A researcher was counting 1 mL fractions and wished, to add a maximum of 2 mL of a “safer” cocktail to, help comply with local regulations. The sample is a gradient run from 100% to 45% of solution A, the remainder is solution B.
A researcher called explaining that he was trying to determine 14C in phytoplankton in sea water. However, he needed to remove some interfering inorganic 14C by treating the sea water with 6 N hydrochloric acid.
To help determine the proper pump for use in a laboratory automation project, a researcher contacted our laboratories and requested viscosity data for ULTIMA-Flo™ M and ULTIMA-Flo AP for various ratios with water.
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