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Ion exclusion columns for analyzing sugars, carbohydrates, and organic acids

Agilent ion exclusion columns use the principle of ion exclusion, also called ligand exchange, to separate sugars, carbohydrates, and organic acids by HPLC. The columns use sulfonated polystyrene divinylbenzene media in its native hydrogen form, or impregnated with various metal ions.

Ion Exclusion/Ligand Exchange Columns

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