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Discover a New Performance Standard – Monodisperse Porous Particles for UHPLC and HPLC

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Studies have shown that superior HPLC and UHPLC column performance for solid-core and small particles correlates well with a tighter particle distribution and lower eddy diffusion in the van Deemter equation. Supelco’s recently launched Titan™ UHPLC columns, based on monodisperse 1.9 μm silica particles, demonstrate greatly enhanced performance (more than 300,000 plates/meter) while operating at lower pressures compared to other UHPLC columns with a broader particle size distribution. Application examples demonstrate the comparative performance advantage of Titan columns.  Practical tips will be provided for optimizing performance of UHPLC and HPLC systems when using high-efficiency columns.

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Speaker Dr. Richard A. Henry, Technical Advisor
Rich Whitworth-Moderator
Moderator Rich Whitworth Editor

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