GE Healthcare Sephadex™ LH-20

Use for molecular sizing of natural product such as steroid, terpenoid, lipid, low molecular weight peptide. GE Healthcare Life Sciences™Sephadex™ LH-20 is a liquid chromatography media useful to analytical and industrial scale for preparation of closely related molecular species.

Overview
Brand: GE Healthcare

Manufacturer Part Number: 17-0090-10

UNSPSC: 41115700

Code: A0

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.99000kg



Product Code. 10309794

Quantity Price
1 £ 90.56 / 25g
Estimated Shipment
19-04-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

Flow Rate 720cm/hr.
Diameter (Metric) Inner 2.6cm
Storage Requirements 4° to 30°C
Product Type Sephadex LH-20 media
Format Solid Spherical Bead
Particle Size 18 to 111μm in dry form
Sample Type Steroid, Terpenoid, Lipid, low molecular weight Peptide
Quantity 25g
pH Range 2 to 13
Support Type Hydroxypropylated, cross-linked Dextran
For Use With (Application) Molecular sizing of natural product such as Steroid, Terpenoid, Lipid, low molecular weight Peptide, useful to analytical and industrial scale for preparation of closely related molecular species
Height (Metric) 30cm

  • Prepared for use in polar organic solvents and aqueous solvent mixtures
  • Made from hydroxypropylated dextran beads that have been crosslinked to yield a polysaccharide network
  • Hydrophilic and lipophilic dual nature of the matrix enables powerful chromatographic selectivity
  • Batch-to-batch reproducibility
  • Partical size dry: 18μ-111μm
  • Fractionation range globular proteins: 4x103 to 5 x 103

  • Stable in most aqueous and organic eluent systems
  • Shelf life: 5years
  • Autoclavable: 20 min at 121°C
  • Flow Velocity <∽12cm/min
  • pH stability working range: 2-13

Analytical and industrial scales for the preparation of closely related molecular species