Acetaldehyde, DAIH derivative analytical standard, =98.0% (HPLC).
Acetone, DAIH derivative analytical standard, =98.0% (HPLC).
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Acrolein, DAIH derivative analytical standard, =98.0% (HPLC).
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For research scientists and chemists in the food and environmental analysis industries who need the most accurate and sensitive HPLC and LC/MS analysis of pesticides and related compounds, Waters Alliance Carbamate Analysis Systems enable the detection of significantly lower levels of carbamates and can confirm (with the Alliance LC/MS System) ...
For analytical scientists and chemists who use single-column or chemical suppression ion chromatography (IC) and need the most accurate and sensitive HPLC analysis of anions and cations, Waters Alliance Systems for IC Analysis offer an unprecedented level of performance. The Alliance Systems for IC Analysis provides high sensitivity conductivity ...
HPLC analysis using an amino-based stationary phase is the most popular technique for routine analyses of simple sugars, using isocratic elution (e.g., acetonitrile:water, 75:25) and a refractive index detector (RID) or an evaporative light scattering detector (ELSD). The Pinnacle II Amino column is ideal for mono- and disaccharide analyses. ...