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5900-Chromatography Column with Joint Fritted Disc and PTFE Stopcock ASTM

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5900-Chromatography Column with Joint Fritted Disc and PTFE Stopcock ASTM

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  • General purpose column has a PTFE stopcock, a top outer joint and with a coarse porosity fritted disc to support column packing
PART  No. Size (mm) Female Joint Bore (mm) PACK Qty.
5900-40 40 x 457 24/40 2 1

Here are some specific uses of chromatography columns with joint, fritted disc, and PTFE stopcock:

  1. Column Chromatography:
    • These columns are often employed in traditional column chromatography, a separation technique used to separate and purify compounds from mixtures based on their differential adsorption to a stationary phase.
  2. Adsorption and Desorption Studies:
    • Chromatography columns with fritted discs are suitable for studies involving the adsorption and desorption of substances onto and from the stationary phase. The fritted disc helps retain the stationary phase while allowing the mobile phase to pass through.
  3. Liquid Chromatography (LC):
    • The columns can be used in liquid chromatography techniques, such as high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), where precise control of flow rates and separation efficiency is crucial.
  4. Gas Chromatography (GC):
    • In some cases, chromatography columns with specific joints and fritted discs may find application in gas chromatography, a technique used for separating and analyzing volatile compounds.
  5. Separation of Biomolecules:
    • These columns are suitable for the separation of biomolecules, such as proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids, in techniques like gel filtration chromatography or ion exchange chromatography.
  6. Sample Purification:
    • Chromatography columns with fritted discs are commonly used for the purification of samples in research and laboratory settings. The stationary phase selectively interacts with components in the sample, leading to their separation.
  7. Purification of Chemicals:
    • The columns are used for the purification of chemicals and reagents by separating impurities based on their interactions with the stationary phase.
  8. Size Exclusion Chromatography:
    • In size exclusion chromatography, also known as gel filtration chromatography, these columns are used to separate molecules based on their size as they pass through a porous matrix.
  9. ASTM Compliance for Standardization:
    • The use of columns compliant with ASTM standards ensures consistency and reliability in experimental results, especially in quality control and standardization processes.
  10. Educational and Research Applications:
    • These columns are utilized in educational settings for teaching chromatography principles and in research laboratories for a wide range of applications, including drug discovery, environmental analysis, and biochemical research.
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