Thermo Scientific™ Acclaim™ Carbamate LC Columns

Achieve baseline separation of carbamate specified in U.S. EPA Method 531.2 with high-efficiency Thermo Scientific™ Acclaim™ Carbamate LC Columns.

Brand: Thermo Scientific™

Manufacturer Part Number: 075597

ACCLAIM CB 2,2µM 2,1X100MM

UNSPSC: 41115700

Code: 16

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.50000kg

Product Code. 11322083

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Description and Specification


Column Type Speciality / Application Specific
For Use With LC/MS, RSLC
Type Analytical Column
Carbon Load -
Column Chemistry Proprietary Alkyl Group
USP Type N/A
Endcapped Yes
Flow Rate 0.2 to 0.4mL/min.
Max. Pressure 10,000psi
Packing Material Spherical, fully porous ultrapure silica
Particle Shape Spherical
Particle Size 2.2µm
Temperature 60°C
Pore Size 120Å
pH 3 to 7
Stationary Phase Proprietary
Surface Area 300m²/g
Length (Metric) 100mm
Column Format Analytical Column
Diameter (Metric) 2.1mm

Multiple Column Formats Meet Your Specific Analysis Needs

  • 5µm, 4.6 × 250mm Column: Sets the standard for the highest resolution with post-column reaction (PCR) and fluorescence detection (FLD)
  • 3µm, 4.6×150mm Column: Saves time and increases sample throughput
  • 3µm, 3.0×150mm Column: Saves time and reduces solvent consumption
  • 3µm, 2.1×150mm Column: Suited for LC/MS, to achieve the lowest possible detection limits 
  • Two RSLC, 2.2µm Columns (2.1×100mm and 2.1×150mm): Provide high-resolution, high-throughput separations

About the Family of Acclaim Specialty HPLC Columns

Acclaim specialty columns have been developed, manufactured and tested to meet the separation needs of specific applications. These columns are based on novel and unique chemistries and provide superior resolution with ease of use.

  • Use-tested to guarantee consistent separations
  • Ideal selectivity for separating specific target analytes
  • Excellent peak shapes 
  • Performance tested to ensure high quality and reliability for specific chromatographic separations