Description of C8/C18 Reverse Phase HPLC Columns
Hawach Scientific EChroma HPLC Columns with type B ultra-high purity full porous spherical silica gel (purity > 99.999%) as the matrix, have an extremely good peak shape and the economy of low-pressure chroma to the graphic column. The packing is the sorbent with C8 and C18 column in HPLC.
For non-polar samples (such as small molecule aromatic hydrocarbons) or weakly polar samples (such as parabens), C18 and C8 HPLC columns are the easiest choices. What is the difference between c8 and c18 column? For this type of sample, the main difference between the C8 C18 HPLC columns is the retention ability and polarity. However, there is only a slight difference in selectivity. C8 and C18 column in HPLC is quite difficult to choose a column for polar and mid-polarity samples. For example, pharmaceutical compounds containing amino or acidic groups.
Features of C8 and C18 Column in HPLC
C8 and C18 Column in HPLC
Unique fixed phase bonding technology, double–end technology
Super high purity and all-porous silica gel, purity > 99.999%
The perfect combination of peak shape and the lowest backpressure
The combination of the perfect peak and the lowest backpressure
PH Range: 1.5-10.0
Advantages of C8 C18 HPLC Columns
Super-high purity silica gel with full porosity.
C18 and C8 sorbents to choose from.
Perfect Peak shape indicates quality columns.
With excellent bonding phase stability.
Good reproducibility guaranteed.
Super chemical inertness.
PH ranges widely for different applications.
Superior extraction rate and pressure.
The bad effect of raw materials can be minimized,
Compatible to use with most HPLC systems.
Applications of C8/C18 Standard HPLC Columns
Used to test vitamin B1 related substances and contents