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Predefined column kits for your everyday LC tasks

Predefined column kits help to set up your instrument for dedicated applications in no time. To support you, our scientists have defined kits for everyday tasks such as analytical LC method development. Predefined kits are available in different particle types and sizes to match your individual needs.

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HPLC & LC Column Selector Tool

A series of tools to help you navigate to the best HPLC column choice for your application.

Preparative HPLC Scaling Calculator

Scale between analytical and prep methods; calculate column capacity, # of injections, run time & mobile phase use.

Bio HPLC Columns eSelector Tools

Intuitive process to help you select the right chromatography column for your biopharmaceutical applications.

Essential Supplies Guide for InfinityLab LC Series Instruments

Discover the right supplies for your instrument to achieve peak performance and optimize your LC workflow.

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More Chemistries, More Choices For Solving our Toughest Separation Challenges

The InfinityLab Poroshell 120 family has grown to include 3 particle sizes and 19 chemistries, so you can efficiently separate the widest variety of compounds.

Scale up to the Fast Lane with InfinityLab Poroshell 120 Prep Columns

Is your purification lab sacrificing speed to find confident answers to research questions?

A Proven and Reliable Portfolio of Totally Porous HPLC Columns

The Agilent ZORBAX family offers all advantages of totally porous particle columns such as increased retention, loadability and resistance to sample solvents.

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Dr. Stefan Bieber

Managing Director, AFIN-TS GmbH

Our SFC method development strategy always includes stationary phases of Agilent Technologies, Inc. We strongly appreciate the robustness of polar ZORBAX and Poroshell phases, such as ZORBAX Rx-SIL and Poroshell 120 HILIC. They exhibit good selectivity and high separation performance, which is key for successful and efficient method development in SFC. The broad spectrum of available column dimensions has great advantage for the optimization of separations and allows us to adjust the column dimension to obtain the most efficient separations.

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Sébastien Leclerc

Analytical Chemist, SANEXEN Environmental Services, Inc.

The partnership with Agilent extends way beyond the initial purchase or initial installation. They provide the consumables and also the expertise.

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Full Workflow for US EPA Method 1633 for Targeted PFAS Analysis

Agilent announced a highly-anticipated, complete workflow solution for targeted per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) analysis using the United States (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Method 1633 (3rd draft). EPA Draft Method 1633 currently analyzes 40 PFAS compounds in wastewater and soil and is a complex and labor-intensive method, relying on multiple sample preparation and analysis steps. Success in running the technique depends on careful sample handling and the appropriate sample preparation supplies and instrumentation.

Acquires Polymer Standards Service, Broadening Offerings for GPC/SEC Polymer Analysis

Agilent acquires Polymer Standards Service (PSS), broadening offerings for gel permeation chromatography (GPC) and size exclusion chromatography (SEC) polymer analysis. The acquisition expands Agilent’s portfolio and offerings for the analysis of natural and synthetic polymers.

PFAS Analysis in Milk, Infant Formula, and Related Ingredients Using HPLC

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large group of anthropogenic chemicals that have been applied in industrial, commercial, and domestic products since the 1950s. Because of their toxicity, persistence, and bioaccumulation potential, PFAS have become global environmental pollutants. Besides the environment, the food chain represents another source of exposure, and the risk related to the presence of PFAS in foods has become of increased interest. Whole milk, infant formula, and ingredients used in infant formula production represent important foodstuffs that require sensitive methods with reporting limits at low parts per billion levels or lower for multiple PFAS. This article summarizes optimization experiments and validation of a complete workflow, including sample preparation and a liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry (LC–MS/MS) method for determination of sixteen priority PFAS analytes listed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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