Thermo Scientific™ HyperSep™ Florisil Cartridges
Isolate polar compounds from nonpolar matrices with these Florisil SPE cartridges, which are especially well-suited for extraction of chlorinated pesticides.
Brand: Thermo Scientific™ 60108-737
Additional Details : Weight : 0.10000kg
DescriptionExtremely polar in nature, HyperSep Florisil SPE Cartridges are especially well-suited for extraction of chlorinated pesticides. The magnesia-loaded silica gel offers rapid flow rates for large sample volumes.
HyperSep SPE Cartridges and Plates
Thermo Scientific™ HyperSep™ solid phase extraction cartridges offer reproducible, reliable sample preparation in a traditional format. Available in a wide range of chemistries and bed weights, the cartridges are ideal for large samples and conform to industry standard configurations, allowing efficient routine processing by vacuum, by positive pressure or centrifugation.
The Thermo Scientific™ HyperSep-96™ system incorporates traditional solid phase extraction sorbents into 96-well plate format providing fast analysis without sacrificing accuracy or reproducibility. The innovative design of HyperSep-96 well plates provides flexibility for both method development and scale adjustment to 96-well without method revalidation. Well plates are customizable, allowing any arrangement of wells with differing sorbent chemistries for simultaneous processing. HyperSep-96 products are either available in packs of 100 individual wells or in pre-assembled plates.
|Isolation of Polar Compounds From Nonpolar Matrices|
|Solid Phase Extraction Cartridge|
|40 to 60 µm|
|10 g Bed Weight; 75 mL Column Volume|
|Pack of 10|
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