Chromatography technique is widely applied in research and development, pharmaceutical quality control and environmental analysis.
Diverse chromatography requirements have led us to look for ways to improve our purification processes and to develop a series of solvents and buffers that meet the needs of specific instrumentation.
Ideal high purity mobile phase additive for HPLC applications
TFA is a common mobile phase additive used in HPLC for protein & peptide separations.
It is a strong ion pairing agent used to improve retention time.
Tetrahydrofuran Unstabilized for HPLC
Known as THF, it has the ability to dissolve both polar and non-polar chemical compounds and is an effective mobile phase for HPLC.
Phosphoric acid, for HPLC
Phosphoric acid, for analysis, 85 wt% solution in water, ACROS Organics™
Dried solvents of highest purity and with lowest water content for moisture-sensitive applications. Our septum seal cap helps protect the integrity of the solution before, during, and after removal.
Dried solvents for moisture-sensitive applications
Dried solvents of highest purity and with lowest water content Septum seal cap helps protect the integrity of the solution before, during, and after removal.
• N,N dimethyl formamide
• Di Methyl Sulfoxide
• Diethyl ether
• Ethyl Acetate
• N N Dimethyl Acetamide
ACS Grade Reagents
ACS Grade Solvents
All products meet requirement of the current edition of American Chemical Society (ACS)
• Methanol ER
• Chloroform ER
• Diethyl ether ER
• 1,4-Dioxan (ER)
• iso-Octane (ER)
• iso-Propyl alcohol (ER)
• N-butyl alcohol (ER)
Comprised of two parts magnesium oxide and one part anhydrous sodium carbonate; Eschka's mixture is used as a fusion mixture for determining sulfur concentration in coal.
A useful synthetic intermediate and a metabolite of phenylurea herbicide isoproturon. It is used in the hydroamination of phenylacetylene.
An efficient borylating reagent which can be used to borylate a wide variety of aryl and heteroaryl substrates with low Pd- and Ni-catalyst loads.