Hamilton™ PRP-X100 Anion Exchange HPLC Columns: Stainless Steel

Polymeric column packing for separation of inorganic and organic anions from 10 to 500 ppm

Brand: Hamilton™

Manufacturer Part Number: 79433

PRP-X100 10┬Ám 4.1x250mm

UNSPSC: 41115709

Code: 16

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.20000kg

Product Code. 10676591

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Description and Specification


Column Type Anion exchange column
For Use With Analysis of Fluoride, Carbonate, Chloride, Nitrite, Bromide, Nitrate, Phosphate, Sulfate and other ions
Type HPLC Column
USP Type L47
Flow Rate 2mL/min.
Max. Pressure 5000psi
Mobile Phase Compatibility pH 1 to 13, 0 to 100% aqueous, organic modifier
Packing Material PRP-X100
Particle Shape Spherical
Particle Size 10μm
Pore Size 100Å
Stationary Phase Ion exchange
Length (Metric) 250mm
Material Stainless Steel
Diameter (Metric) Inner 4.1mm
Temperature (Metric) Range 5 to 60°C

Easy Ion Determination

  • PRP-X100 ion chromatography columns are the easy way to separate inorganic ions.These columns can be used with any existing HPLC or ion chromatograph to easily determine anions in almost any sample matrix including air, water and soil.
Better than Wet Chemical Methods
  • Ion chromatography greatly reduces sample pretreatment and improves the accuracy and precision of results when using wet chemical or colorimetric methods
High Sensitivity
  • Use to separate ions at concentrations from 1 ppm to 1,000 ppm without suppression or elaborate preconcentration techniques
Long Column Life
  • Highly inert polymeric support resists chemical attack from organic solvents and aqueous buffers (0-100% aqueous or organic; pH 1 to 13), effectively lengthening column life. If column performance should deteriorate (peak broadening and a loss of symmetry), the regeneration protocol will usually return chromatography to its original state.
Analyze Both Difficult and Common Anions
  • Easily separate difficult anions such as cyanide, borate and silicate at high pH (11.5). The polymeric packing is stable from pH 1 to 13, so a single column can be used for the analysis of both common and difficult anions.
Easy Detection and Common Eluents
  • Conductivity detection works by measuring the increased conductance of the eluting sample ions relative to the background conductance