Creative Proteomics provides a size exclusion chromatography analysis service platform that can help you perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of the chemical properties of the detected substances.
Size exclusion chromatography (SEC) is the newest and most easily understood method of liquid chromatography. It is also called gel chromatography, gel filtration chromatography or gel permeation chromatography. It is the most effective method for quickly separating mixtures of different molecular weights. . Through the separation mechanism of molecular size exclusion, the gel, solvent molecules and polymer molecules with larger pore diameters are separated, and the chemical surface characteristics of polymer materials are detected. In the field of polymer research, molecular weight determination, solute diffusion theory and solute interaction theory research, material pore size and pore volume determination, solute classification and purification, and many other aspects have extremely important use value.
Principles of Size Exclusion Chromatography:
Creative Proteomics can provide you with a size exclusion chromatography to analyze the relative molecular mass of macromolecules, analyze the molar mass of polymers, quantitatively analyze the molecular weight of organics, determine the molecular weight and distribution of macromolecules, purify biological macromolecules, analyze the degree of purification of crude oil and its heavy components.
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Advantages of Our Size Exclusion Chromatography Analysis Service:
Turnaround Time: 2-5 working days.
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