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Designed for extended lifetime
Chemical stable HPLC media for preparative chromatography.
UHPLC columns with Kromasil 1.8 μm particle size for the highest efficency.
Columns with 2.5 µm particles for your HPLC / UHPLC.
Kromasil HILIC-D is designed for the best selectivity of polar compounds. The diol derivatized Kromasil HILIC-D provides excellent reproducibility and a robust column that is 100% MS compatible..
The Eternity PhenylHexyl phase provides you with an alternative selectivity compared to a traditional alkyl chain or a polar embedded phase, especially when the analytes of interest contain an aromatic ring..
Imagine working under virtually no pH restrictions during method development. That’s exactly what Kromasil Eternity™ allows you to.
Kromasil is known, worldwide, for its high performance and excellent total economy in preparative and industrial scale HPLC. We have taken advantage of our High Performance Concept in large scale HPLC and made Kromasil the perfect choice also for your analytical HPLC separations..
Kromasil’s business idea since its introduction in 1988 is to offer you the lowest possible total separation cost by providing the highest quality silica-based HPLC, SMB and SFC packing material available.
All Kromasil phases are manufactured in-house. It stands for the silica matrix as well as the subsequent derivatization steps.
In this guide we have collected examples of a variety of chromatographic separations, from small synthetic pharmaceuticals, up to peptides and larger molecules. We hope this guide will be a useful tool when developing new HPLC separation methods in your lab.
With an in-house developed silica matrix and coated with a functionalized amylose or cellulose selector, Kromasil® AmyCoat™ and Kromasil® CelluCoat™ stretch the limits for analytical and industrial chiral chromatography.
Various enantiomers separated by chiral chromatography with condition descriptions.
Developed to give you the choice to run chiral separations under reversed phase conditions. Kromasil AmyCoat RP is based on the same in-house developed silica matrix and the same selector, tris-[3,5-dimethylphenyl] carbamoyl amylose as Kromasil AmyCoat.
Designed to give you a highly efficient chiral stationary phase for reversed phase chiral chromatography. Kromasil CelluCoat RP is based on the same in-house developed silica matrix and the same selector, tris-[3,5-dimethylphenyl] carbamoyl cellulose as Kromasil CelluCoat.
Two phases of covalently bonded chiral network polymer that may be used in any solvent for HPLC, SFC or SMB/MCC.
In order to take full advantage of the inherent separation power of Kromasil Chiral DMB and TBB, it is important that your chromatographic conditions are optimized. This handbook is a guide to your successful optimization.
For wettability and alternative selectivity.
The perfect complementary phase for your NP and RP separations.
For your protein separations.
SIL, CN and Diol.
SIL, C4, C8, C18, NH2 and Phenyl.
SIL, C4, C8 and C18.
DMB and TBB.
HPLC bulk media.
Robert Fredriksson, Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology, Issue 40 (2012), 16-18.
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Eric Collet and Ulrika Andersson Journal of Chromatography A, 1142 (2007) 93–97.
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Börje S. Persson, Mats Nyström Journal of Chromatography B, 803 (2004)159-165.
Joseph H. Kennedy, John L. Bowers, Jeffrey A. Dodge, Charles W. Lugar, Timothy A. Shepherd, V. Scott Sharp. Reprint from Journal of Chromatography A, 872, 2000.
H. Liliedahl, Eka Chemicals Reprint from plenary presentation at Tides 2000, Las Vegas, USA.
S. Andersson, K Balmér, B-A Persson, AstraZeneca, Mölndal, Sweden Reprint from Chirality, Vol.11, No. 5/6, 1999.
Robert L. Fahrner, Philip M. Lester, Gregory S. Blank, David H. Reifsnyder. Reprint from Journal of Chromatography A, 830, 1999.
Dauh-Rurng Wu, Klaus Lohse, Lin Lin. Reprint from poster at 12'th international Symposium on Preparative/Process Chromatography, San Francisco, USA, May 23-26, 1999.
A.M. Katti, NaPro BioTherapeutics Inc., Boulder, Colorado. P. Jageland, Eka Chemicals. Reprint from Analusis, Vol. 26, 1998, no 7, M38-M46.
D. Sanchez, Eka Chemicals. Reprint from Analusis, Vol. 26, 1998, no 7, M33-M37.
Ignacio Medina. Reprint from Journal of liquid chromatography & related technologies, Vol. 21 (17), 1998, 2689-2698.
Lars Jonsson, (from workshop at HPLC ’97, June 23-27, 1997).
Gregor Mann, Dieter Reinig, Schering AG, Berlin, Germany. Prep ’96, Washington DC.
S Andersson, S Allenmark, P Möller, B Persson, D Sanchez. J Chromatography A, 741 (1996) 23-31.
Gregor Mann and Co-workers, Schering AG, Berlin Germany. ACS Chromatography Symposium, New Orleans.
Robert J Steffeck, GD Searle, Skokie, Illinois; Susan L Woo*, Raymond J Weigand* and James M Anderson* *Alltech Associates, Deerfield, Illinois, 1995.
Stig G Allenmark, Shalini Andersson, Per Möller and Domingo Sanchez. CHIRALITY 7:248-256 (1995).
L Mattias Bryntesson, Per L Möller, Per T Jageland (from poster at PrepTech 95) February 13-15, 1995.
S Andersson, P Möller, B Persson, D Sanchez, S Allenmark (from poster at Sixth International Symposium On Chiral Discrimination) April 26-28, 1995.
Per T Jageland, L Mattias Bryntesson, Per L Möller. (from poster at the Purdue Universty, Chromatographic Workshop ’95) October 9-10, 1995.
Gregor Mann, Schering AG, Berlin, Germany. Prep ’95 Georgetown University, Washington DC.
Per T Jageland, L Mattias Bryntesson, (from poster at PrepTech ’94) March 22-24, 1994.
Hans Liliedahl and Mattias Bryntesson. 59th Annual Meeting of Society of Chemical Engineers, March 1994, Sendai City.
Per Jageland, Jeppe Magnusson and Mattias Bryntesson. J Chromatography A 658 (1994) 497-504.
Per Möller, Domingo Sanchez, Börje Persson, Shalini Andersson, Stig Allenmark (from poster at 11th International Symposium on Preparative and Industrial Chromatography) October 3-6, 1994.
Per Möller (from poster at HPLC 89, 13th International Symposium On Column Liquid Chrom.) June 25-30, 1989.
K Larsson, W Herrmann, P Möller and D Sanchez. J Chromatography, 450 (1988) 71-80.
Per T. Jageland, Fredrik Limé, Johan Lif and Robert Fredriksson (2013).
Emelie Öhgren, Therese Tran, Robert Fredriksson, Börje S. Persson, Luba Nilsson, Joakim Högblom, Bernt Larsson, Cecilia Mazza, Kristina Hallman (2013).
Anders Törncrona, Börje Persson and Maria Forsberg (HPLC 2010).
Ekeroth, Johan et al (Pittcon 2009).
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Eric Collet, Joakim Högblom and Johan Ekeroth, Pittcon 2009.
Kristina Hallman, Britt Kofoed-Hansen, Julia Baderstedt, and Mattias Bengtsson (SFC 2008).
Anders Törncrona, Britt Kofoed-Hansen, and Per Jageland (SPICA 2008).
Kristina Hallman, Britt Kofoed-Hansen, David Börjesson and Bernt Larsson (SPICA 2008).
Maria Eliasson, Kristina Hallman, Britt Kofoed-Hansen and Eric Collet (Chirality 2007).
Kristina Hallman, David Börjesson ,Sylvia Winkel Pettersson and Britt Kofoed-Hansen (Chirality 2007).
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Bernt Larsson (TIDES 2007).
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Britt Kofoed-Hansen (SPICA 2006).
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Eric Collet and Ulrika Andersson (Prep 2006).
Sylvia Winkel Pettersson, Britt Kofoed-Hansen and Jörg Scheuerlein (2005).
Anders Törncrona, Ulrika Andersson, Johan Ekeroth (2005).
Britt Kofoed-Hansen, Johan Ekeroth (2005).