SKU: 186007497
ACQUITY UPLC M-Class Symmetry C18 Trap Column, 100Å, 5 µm, 180 µm x 20 mm, 2D, V/M, 1/pk

Product Description

ACQUITY UPLC M-Class Trap Columns are designed for optimal performance for nano- to micro scale liquid chromatographic separation for biomarker discovery and protein and peptide identification and characterization. All M-Class columns are designed for 15 kpsi (1,000 bar) operating pressure and handle pressure fluctuations during injection extremely well and thus provide superior longevity.
Trap columns allow the scientist to perform complex 2D separations and to enrich and re-focus the sample before eluting to the nano-separation column for the final separation.  The 2D Trap Columns are designed for 2D applications where the first dimension utilizes high pH.  The unique combination of fritting technologies allows for the high pH compatibility. This allows the trap columns to withstand pressure changes during injection and thus provide superior longevity. This specific offering contains Waters Symmetry 100 Å pore, C18, 5 µm particles. Symmetry silica particles offer on average the highest retention for peptides and are thus most suitable for trapping applications.
The 2D V/M trap columns connect with a V-detail to the main valve and a smaller M-detail fitting to a T-piece or other suitable connection point in the LC system. Due to their design, 2D trap columns are suitable for one-directional flow.

Specifications

  • Brand

    ACQUITY UPLC M-Class

  • Product Type

    Columns

  • Units per Package

    1 pk

  • Carbon Load

    18 %

  • Chemistry

    C18

  • Endcapped

    Yes

  • Endfitting Type

    Waters(male)/Valco(male)

  • Format

    Trap Column

  • Inner Diameter

    180 µm

  • Length

    20 mm

  • Separation Mode

    Reversed Phase

  • Particle Shape

    Spherical

  • Particle Size

    5 µm

  • Particle Substrate

    Silica

  • Pore Size

    100 Å

  • Silanol Activity

    Low

  • Surface Area

    335

  • System

    Nano/Micro

  • Particle Technology

    Silica

  • USP Classification

    L1

  • pH Range

    2 pH

  • pH Range

    8 pH

  • Maximum Pressure

    15000 psi (1034 bar)

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