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In cation exchange chromatography, the stationary bed has an ionically negative (-) charged surface while the sample ions are of positive (+) charge. This technique is used almost exclusively with ionic or ionizable samples. The stronger the positive (+) charge on the sample, the stronger it will be attracted to the negative charge on the stationary phase, and thus the longer it will take to elute. The mobile phase is an aqueous buffer, where both pH and ionic strength are used to control elution time. Ion chromatography can employ harsh conditions requiring mobile phases that are at very high pH limits (> 11). Temperatures well above the normal operating conditions where silica materials fail can also be used.

Prp X200


Inorganic and organic cations, alkali and alkaline earth metals, mono or divalent cations.
Prp X400


Glyphosate and its metabolites in drinking water, inorganic and organic cations.
Prp X800


Mono- and divalent metals, transition metals (e.g., manganese, zinc, cobalt, and cadmium).
Hc 75


Oligosaccharides (degree of polymerization ≤ 8).
Hc 40


Oligosaccharides (degree of polymerization ≤ 8).


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