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5970-Chromatography Column

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5970-Chromatography Column

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  • Heavy wall Design
  • General purpose column has a PTFE stopcock and a top outer joint for flash chromatography
PART  No. Size (mm) Female Joint Bore (mm) PACK Qty.
5970-17 17 x 305 24/40 2 1
5970-32 32 x 457 24/40 2 1

Here are some common applications:

  1. Column Chromatography:
    • Traditional column chromatography involves packing a column with a stationary phase and passing a mobile phase through it. Different compounds in the sample interact with the stationary phase at varying degrees, leading to separation.
  2. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC):
    • HPLC employs high-pressure pumps to pass liquid samples through a chromatography column at high speeds. It is a powerful analytical technique widely used for separating and quantifying components in a mixture.
  3. Gas Chromatography (GC):
    • In GC, a gaseous sample is injected into a chromatography column where it interacts with a stationary phase, leading to separation based on factors such as volatility and affinity.
  4. Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC):
    • SEC separates molecules based on their size as they pass through a gel-filled chromatography column. Larger molecules move more rapidly through the column, while smaller ones are impeded.
  5. Ion Exchange Chromatography (IEC):
    • IEC separates ions based on their charge. Chromatography columns with ion-exchange resins facilitate this separation, allowing scientists to isolate and analyze ions in a sample.
  6. Affinity Chromatography:
    • This technique uses specific interactions, such as antigen-antibody binding, to separate and purify biomolecules. Chromatography columns with affinity resins selectively capture the target molecules.
  7. Reverse Phase Chromatography:
    • In reverse phase chromatography, the stationary phase is nonpolar, leading to the separation of compounds based on their hydrophobic interactions. This is commonly used in HPLC.
  8. Flash Chromatography:
    • Flash chromatography is a rapid form of chromatography used for quick separations. It employs chromatography columns with larger diameters to achieve faster flow rates.
  9. Purification of Chemical Compounds:
    • Chromatography columns are widely used for the purification of chemical compounds, removing impurities and obtaining high-purity substances for various applications.
  10. Protein Purification:
    • Chromatography columns are extensively used in protein purification processes. Techniques such as size exclusion chromatography and affinity chromatography help isolate proteins with high purity.
  11. Environmental Analysis:
    • Chromatography columns are employed in environmental analysis to separate and quantify pollutants, contaminants, or components in environmental samples.
  12. Food and Beverage Analysis:
    • Chromatography is used to analyze food and beverage samples for quality control, identifying additives, flavor compounds, and contaminants.
  13. Drug Development and Pharmaceutical Analysis:
    • In pharmaceutical research and development, chromatography columns are used to separate and analyze drug compounds, ensuring their purity and efficacy.
  14. Educational Purposes:
    • Chromatography columns are valuable teaching tools in academic settings, allowing students to learn and practice separation techniques in chemistry and biology labs.
  15. Biotechnology and Biomedical Research:
    • Chromatography columns play a crucial role in various biotechnological processes, including the separation and purification of biomolecules for research and therapeutic purposes.
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