Silica based Reversed Phase Cartridges

Overview

Orochem Silica based Orpheus sorbents are custom bonded in-house to standard or custom specifications. Most commonly they include irregular shaped about 50 micron particles with average 60 Å pore sizes for sample preparation.

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Features

1. C18

OV image Polyimine

Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl

functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior

HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange,

nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.

2. C8

Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.

3. C4

─Si ─(CH2)3-CH3

It is silica based bonded with butyl function group. It has lower hydrophobicity than C8 and C18 columns, and provides better retention for some polar compounds which do not retain on C8 or C18 column. It applies in proteomics and metabolites analysis.

4. C2

The ethyl functional group creates a polar sorbent, used for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on the C8 and C18 sorbent phases. Typical sample types include plasma, serum, urine, and aqueous samples.

5. Phenyl

The bonded phenyl functional group provides for the added selectivity due to the electron dense aromatic ring. Offers higher retention of aromatic hydrophobic compounds over aliphatic bonded groups.

6. Cyclohexyl

The moderately non-polar retention mechanism of the bonded cyclohexyl functional group provides unique selectivity to retain polar analytes. Typical sample types include water, and other aqueous samples.

7. Silica

Strongly polar sorbent due to the hydrogen bonding on the surface. Ideal for separation of polar compounds similar in structure as well as non-polar compounds in organic solvents. Typical sample types include non-polar organic solvents. Typical applications include polar pesticides extraction from food, food ingredients extraction from food (oil, meat).

8. Cyanopropyl

Reversed-phase or normal phase retention mechanism. Ideal for extraction of polar compounds retained too strongly on more non-polar sorbents such as C18. Typical samples include aqueous solutions in reversed-phase and organic solvents in normal phase.

9. Amino

The strong polarity of the aminopropyl functional group allows for both normal phase and anion exchange retention mechanism. NH2 acts as a weak anion exchanger at a pH of 9.8. The functional groups become positively charged at a pH below 9.8. Ideal sorbent choice for quick release of strong anions such as sulfonic acids which can possibly be irreversibly retained by strong anion exchangers. Typical application includes extraction of carbohydrates from food, plants aqueous extract, and beverage.

10. Diol

Polar sorbent used for polar extractions from non-polar matrices. Dihydroxy group facilitates strong hydrogen bonding with analytes, and possesses ability to discriminate between similar compounds such as structural isomers.

11. Florisil

Strongly polar sorbent allows for separation of polar compounds from non-polar matrices. Ideal for viscous samples due to the large particle size of the sorbent material. Typical samples include organic solvents. Applications includes pesticides extraction.

12. Polyimine

OV image Polyimine

It is silica based bonded with poly(ethylenimine) function group, which allows for weak anion exchange and normal phase separations. It is an excellent choice to extract protein, peptides, and iron sugar.

 

13. SAX

The functional group quaternary amine allows for anion exchanges. Ideal sorbent choice for retention of weake anions. Typical samples include aqueous, biological samples. Typical applications include acidic drugs extraction from urine, serum and plasma.

14. CBA-WCX

Carboxylic acid functional group provides for improved selectivity of strong and weak cations in solutions. Polar or non-polar interactions are possible depending on the matrix environment. Acidic or basic conditions can be utilized for elution.

15. DEAP-WAX

Weak anion exchange retention mechanism allows for extraction of strong and weak anions from aqueous matrices. Some properties resemble amino (NH2) sorbent.

16. PFP

The PFP (Pentafluoro phenyl propyl) ring provides for higher selectivity for aromatics containing molecules compared to other sorbents. Typically used in separation of molecules with fluorine atoms.

17. SCX

Sulfonated stationary phase allows for cation exchange separations. Typical samples include biological fluids and organic reaction mixtures. Application includes peptide purification and extraction, basic drugs and metabolites extraction from urine, serum and plasma, and deslating.

18. Mixed mode

Orochem silica based Orpheus sorbents provide several types of mixed mode products, which separate analytes by both ion-exchange and polarity. Mixed mode products are commonly used for analysis drugs, peptides and proteins.

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  • C18, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 300.0 mg, 100/pkg

    C18
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange, nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.
  • C18, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 300.0 mg, 50/pkg

    C18
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange, nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.
  • C18, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 600.0 mg, 100/pkg

    C18
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange, nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.
  • C18, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 600.0 mg, 50/pkg

    C18
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange, nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.
  • C18, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 900.0 mg, 100/pkg

    C18
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange, nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.
  • C18, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 900.0 mg, 50/pkg

    C18
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C18 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices. The bonded octadecyl functional group allows for increased binding capacities with higher recoveries. This is the most commonly used sorbent for sample preparation prior HPLC or GC analysis. Typical applications include drugs and metabolites testing in biological samples, desalting aqueous matrices prior to ion exchange, nutraceutical compounds extraction, and pesticides extraction from aqueous matrices.
  • C8, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 300.0 mg, 100/pkg

    c-8
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.
  • C8, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 300.0 mg, 50/pkg

    c-8
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.
  • C8, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 600.0 mg, 100/pkg

    c-8
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.
  • C8, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 600.0 mg, 50/pkg

    c-8
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.
  • C8, 96-well plate, Omnisorb, 25.0 mg/1.0 ml, 100/pkg

    c-8
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.
  • C8, SPE Cartridges, Oro-Sep, 900.0 mg, 50/pkg

    c-8
    Reversed phase retention mechanism of the C8 elute allows for the extraction of hydrophobic compounds from aqueous matrices that are too strongly retained on C18 sorbent. Provides for the quick release of hydrophobic molecules using weaker organic solvents. Typical applications includes peptide extraction from biological matrices (serum, plasma, urine), nutraceutical extractions from food and beverages.
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