CERI L-column ODS HPLC Columns
|Average particle size:||3µm, 5µm|
|Average pore size:||120 Å|
|Surface area:||340 m2/g|
|Carbon contents:||17 %|
|Bonded phase:||C18 (Octadecyl)|
|Range of pH:||pH 2 – pH 9|
In 1990, L-column ODS was introduced as a column whose secondary interaction with the residual silanol groups was eliminated by a new end-capping method* using high-temperature silylation. At the time, the performance of L-column ODS was far superior to that of existing C18 columns, and it became a pioneer of the new-generation end-capping method.
*Y. Sudo, Journal of Chromatography A, 737 (1996) 139.
*Y. Sudo, Journal of Chromatography A, 757 (1997) 21.
*Y. Sudo and T. Wada, Journal of Chromatography A, 813 (1998) 239.