YMC-Triart PFP is a non-endcapped stationary phase with unique selectivity. It is sometimes useful for separation of halogen-containing compounds.
Triart Hybrid Advantages
The core material for all of the YMC-Triart products – the particle – is inspired by YMC’s flow chemistry technology. Inherent in YMC’s process is a high level of temperature and particle formation control. As a result, Triart particles are consistent, reproducible, and scalable across many particle sizes. The hybrid Triart particles produce a material that is highly resilient and robust when used at extreme pH and elevated temperature. In addition, these particles are very stable under mechanical stress such as high pressure. YMC-Triart PFP can be used at temperatures up to 50⁰C at pH 1-8. This allows the chromatographer to be more confident when choosing suitable separation conditions and less worried about the limitations of stationary phase ruggedness.
– Pentafluorophenyl phase bonded to organic/inorganic hybrid silica particle
– Different selectivity from C18 or C8 with polar interaction and π-π interaction playing a significant role in the separation
– Superior chemical durability
– Identical selectivity over particle sizes
– Ideal for HPLC and UHPLC
– Superior planar and steric cognitive ability
YMC-Triart columns are well-suited to a variety of applications in pharmaceutical and chemical laboratories. YMC-Triart’s performance in wide-ranging conditions arguably makes it an ideal universal reversed-phase column choice.
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