Bulk Sorbents

Applied Separations offers the same wide variety of sorbents in bulk that they offer pre-packed in cartridges.

Sorbent

 

C18

C18

C18

C18

C8

PH

CH

C4

C2

C1

CNe

CN

SI

FLO

ALN

ALA

ALB

DIO

COOH

SCX

NH2

PSA

DEA

N+

PBA

 

 

Octadecyl/14

Octadecyl/18

Octadecyl/22

Octadecyl/OH*

Octyl

Phenyl

Cyclohexyl

Butyl

Ethyl

Methyl

Cyanopropyl

Cyanopropyl*

Silica Gel

Florisil

Alumina (Neutral)

Alumina (Acidic)

Alumina (Basic)

Diol

Carboxylic Acid

Benzenesulfonic Acid

Aminopropyl

Pri/Sec Amine

Diethylamino

Quaternary Amino

Phenylboronic Acid

Bulk Sorbents for Solid Phase Extraction

About the sorbents

C18/14   Octadecyl

Carbon Loading: 14%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity

 

The primary retention mechanism is strongly non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous biological fluids.

 

C18/18   Octadecyl

Carbon Loading: 18%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity

 

The primary retention mechanism is strongly non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous biological fluids.

 

C18/22   Octadecyl

Carbon Loading: 22%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity

 

The primary retention mechanism is strongly non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous biological fluids.

 

C18/OH   Octadecyl

Carbon Loading - 13%

Not endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is moderately non-polar with typical sample matrix of aqueous biological fluids. The lack of endcapping results in significant polar secondary interactions.

 

C8   Octyl

Carbon Loading - 12%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is moderately non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous biological fluids.

 

PH   Phenyl

Carbon Loading - 11%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is moderately non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous biological fluids.

 

 

CH   Cyclohexyl

Carbon Loading - 9%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is moderately non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous fluids.

 

C4   Butyl

Carbon Loading - 7%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is moderately non-polar with typical sample matrices of water and aqueous biological fluids.

 

C2   Ethyl

Carbon Loading - 6%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is weakly non-polar with typical sample matrices of plasma, urine and aqueous fluids.

 

C1   Methyl

Carbon Loading - 3%

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is very weakly non-polar with typical sample matrices of plasma, urine and aqueous fluids.

 

CNe   Cyanopropyl

Carbon Loading - 8%

Endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is very weakly non-polar and is used with aqueous sample matrices.

 

CN   Cyanopropyl - 7%

Not endcapped

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is polar with typical sample matrices of non-polar solvents.

 

DIO   Diol

Carbon Loading - 7%

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is polar with typical sample matrices of non-polar organic extracts, oil and lipids.

 

SI   Silica Gel

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregular silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is strongly polar with typical sample matrices of non-polar organic solvents, oils and lipids.

 

FLO   Florisil®

 

Description of Base Sorbent

Florisil®, magnesium sulfate, 150 - 250μm particle size.

 

The primary retention mechanism is polar with environmental and organic extracts as typical sample matrices.

 

ALA   Alumina acidic

 

Description of Base Sorbent

Alumina, Al2O3, acidic particle size 50 - 200μm, pH 4.5 Activity I

 

The primary retention mechanisms are polar, Lewis acid/base and ion exchange. Activity Levels II, III, IV, and V also available. Please inquire.

 

ALN   Alumina neutral

 

Description of Base Sorbent

Alumina, Al2O3, neutral particle size 50 - 200μm, pH 7.5

 

The primary retention mechanisms are polar, Lewis acid/base and ion exchange. All alumina activity I.

(Activity II, III, IV, V also available. Please inquire.)

 

ALB   Alumina basic

 

Description of Base Sorbent

Alumina, Al2O3, basic particle size 50 - 200μm, pH 10

 

The primary retention mechanisms are polar, Lewis acid/base and ion exchange. All alumina activity I.

(Activity II, III, IV, V also available. Please inquire.)

 

COOH   Carboxylic Acid

Ion Exchange, Capacity - 0.3 meg/gm

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is weak cation exchange with typical sample matrices of water and biological fluids.

 

SCX   Benzenesulfonic Acid

Ion Exchange, Capacity - 0.8 meg/gm

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is strong cation exchange with typical sample matrices of aqueous, biological fluids.

 

NH2   Aminopropyl

Carbon Loading - 5%, Ion Exchange, Capacity - 0.8 meg/gm

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is weak anion exchange with typical sample matrices of water, biological fluids, and organic extracts.

 

PSA   Primary/Secondary Amine

Ion Exchange, Capacity - 1.4 meg/gm

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is weak anion exchange with aqueous samples.

 

DEA   Diethylamino

Ion Exchange

Capacity - 0.9 meg/gm

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is aqueous sample matrices.

 

 

N+   Quaternary Amino

Ion Exchange

Capacity - 0.8 mge/gm

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm irregularly-shaped silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity.

 

The primary retention mechanism is strong anion exchange with typical sample matrices of aqueous and biological fluids.

 

PBA   Phenylboronic Acid

 

Description of Base Sorbent

40μm/120μm irregular acid washed silica, 60 Angstrom mean porosity

 

The primary retention mechanism is a covalent bond with typical sample matrices of aqueous and biological fluids possessing vicinal Diol groups.

 

 

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