Capillary Electrophoresis, GC/MS, IC/MS, LC/MS, Preparative Chromatographs, Size Exclusion Chromatographs/MALLS

Capillary Electrophoresis (2 pcs)
Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a technique that separates charged molecules based on their electrophoretic mobility in an electric field. In CE, a narrow capillary tube is filled with an electrolyte solution and two electrodes are placed at its ends. The sample is injected into the capillary tube and an electric field is applied. The charged molecules in the sample will move through the capillary tube and get separated based on their size, shape, charge, and mobility. The separated molecules can be detected using UV, fluorescence, or other detection methods.
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Gas Chromatographs / Mass Spectrometry (10 pcs)
Gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) is a powerful analytical technique used to identify and quantify small molecules in complex mixtures. In GC/MS, samples are separated using gas chromatography and then analyzed using mass spectrometry. The separated molecules are ionized and fragmented in the mass spectrometer, and the resulting ions are detected and measured. GC/MS is widely used in fields such as forensic science, environmental analysis, and metabolomics.
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Ion Chromatographs / Mass Spectrometry (3 pcs)
Ion chromatography/mass spectrometry (IC/MS) is a highly sensitive method used for the separation and identification of charged molecules. In IC/MS, samples are ionized in the mass spectrometer and then separated using ion chromatography. The separated ions are analyzed using mass spectrometry, which provides information on the mass-to-charge ratio of the ions. IC/MS is widely used for the analysis of ionic and polar compounds in fields such as environmental analysis, pharmaceuticals, and biochemistry.
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Liquid Chromatographs / Mass Spectrometry (13 pcs)
Liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) is a powerful analytical technique used to identify and quantify molecules in complex mixtures. In LC/MS, samples are separated using liquid chromatography and then analyzed using mass spectrometry. The separated molecules are ionized and fragmented in the mass spectrometer, and the resulting ions are detected and measured. LC/MS is widely used in fields such as proteomics, metabolomics, environmental analysis, and pharmaceuticals.
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Preparative Chromatographs (3 pcs)
Preparative chromatographs are a class of chromatography instruments that are designed for the large-scale purification, isolation, and separation of chemical and biological compounds. Unlike analytical chromatographs, which are used for the identification and quantification of sample components, preparative chromatographs are used for the isolation and purification of individual compounds from complex mixtures. Preparative chromatography can be performed using a variety of techniques, including reverse phase chromatography, ion exchange chromatography, and size exclusion chromatography. These instruments are widely used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries for the production of purified compounds.
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Size Exclusion Chromatographs / MALLS (4 pcs)
Size exclusion chromatography/multi-angle light scattering (SEC/MALS) is a technique used to determine the size, shape, and molecular weight of macromolecules such as proteins, polymers, and nanoparticles. In SEC/MALS, samples are separated by size using size exclusion chromatography, and then analyzed by multi-angle light scattering, which measures the scattering of light by the sample at different angles. The resulting data allows for the calculation of molecular weight, size, and other structural information of the macromolecule. SEC/MALS is widely used in fields such as biopharmaceuticals, polymer chemistry, and material science.
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