Prp X110

Hamilton PRP-X110 ion chromatography columns are used to separate ions at concentrations from less than 20 ppb to 20 ppm. The PRP-X110 has similar selectivity to the PRP-X100 but provides lower limits of separation as a result of its lower exchange capacity.

Application Examples: Organic and inorganic anions, organic acids, organic and inorganic arsenic species, halides, nucleotides.

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  • PRP-X110 Bulk Resin

PRP-X110 Overview

Reliable separations of organic and inorganic anions

Hamilton PRP-X100 and PRP-X110 are highly stable, inert materials. The PRP-X100 can be used with virtually any HPLC or ion chromatograph, including dedicated IC units. Technological advancements in modern polymer chemistry now deliver a more rugged column with exceptionally higher separation efficiencies than earlier predecessors. PRP-X100 and PRP-X110 columns are well suited for use in systems employing suppressed/non-suppressed conductivity, electrochemical, UV, and ICP-MS detection. Chromatographers currently using wet chemical or colorimetric methods will find ion chromatography greatly reduces sample pretreatment and improves the accuracy and precision of results.

What's the difference between PRP-X110 and PRP-X110S Columns?
PRP-X110 columns are equilibrated with 2 mM p-hydroxybenzoic acid pH 9.3 mobile phase and are ready for use with conductivity or indirect UV detection methods.
PRP-X110S columns are equilibrated with 1. 7 mM sodium bicarbonate, 1.8 mM sodium carbonate, 0.1 mM sodium thiocyanate mobile phase and are ready for use with suppressed conductivity detection methods.

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