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  Particle Size (μm) Pore Size(A) Surface Area (m2/g) Carbon Content(%) Bonded Phase USP Category
L-column2 ODS 2,3,5 120 340 17 C18 L1
L-column2 C8 5 120 340 10 c8 L7
L-column ODS 3,5 120 340 10 c8 L1
L-column ODS-P 5 300 150 9 c18 L1

L-column2 ODS

Next generation high performance silica-based ODS column

L-column2 ODS 2μm

Innovation of columns for UHPLC

L-column2 C8

Next-generation high-performance silica-based octyl column

L-column ODS-P

Wide pore C18 column for analysis of protein and peptide

L-column ODS

Established, high-performance standard column

L-column Micro

High-performance column for nano and micro HPLC with 0.075-0.3mm ID

Features of L-column Micro

  • The packing materials can be selected from L-column series including L-column2 ODS.
  • Highly sensitive analyses are possible because of the negligible adsorption of basic peptides and proteins.
  • Stabilization time can be shortened and highly sensitive analyses are possible because of low column bleed.
  • An inert fused silica capillary is used as the column body, with two kinds of column structures available.

Trap column

Trap column

Trap column

In proteomic analysis using LC/MS/MS, the trap column is indispensable for increasing the injection volume. A small dead volume, low-adsorption property and high retention ability that traps target constituents are required effectively in a trap column.[Cartridge trap column]This trap column does not decrease the theoretical plate number because of its very small dead volume. Not only that, because it is a cartridge-type trap column, it is more economical This trap column retains the target constituents firmly andits media has little irreversible adsorption of the target constituents. Therefore, the actual loss of target constituents is negligible.