Have you ever been in a situation where you haven’t known how to start a new method? Staring into your column cabinet and wondering what would do the trick when it comes to separating even more peaks from your existing ones, or how to guess what stationary phase will separate your two new compounds?
Well, the future may not be so bleak after all. No one can dispute the myriad algorithmic tools that make life easier, so why wouldn’t you select your LC column based on the same sort of algorithms? With the aim of serving customers better, Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched a NEW LC column selector guide — one that will take you from uncertainty to ready-to-go in just a few clicks.
Based on over 50 years of collective chromatographic experience
Chromatography is more complex than that, right? While that’s true, this guide is based upon the knowledge of experts who have spent the greater part of their lives in the lab, consulting, and working with chromatographic separations. You can now benefit from their knowledge by simply clicking a button. Whether you work with small molecules or bioapplications, this guide will help you find the column that meets your needs. The guide will be constantly updated to offer customers the latest technology. Our scientists will tirelessly aim to address new questions that come up and make solutions available in the guide. Become an expert in LC columns by leaning on the knowledge of over 50 years of collective chromatographic experience.
Easily select your chromatographic column
All Thermo Fisher Scientific LC columns are represented, whether you need an equivalent to your existing column or one to fit your US pharmacopeia method, or maybe one to help you start from scratch with a new method. No longer will you have to wonder whether you’re making a proper selection — the guide will provide you different options and advise how they may affect your separation, allowing you to make a more informed selection. Access the new guide here: https://www.thermofisher.com/order/lc-column-guide.
Finding the best column to suit your needs is key to the new LC Column Selection Guide.
Selecting your analyte size is only one of the many search parameters available.