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YMC America, Inc. Unveils the New 3um Chiral ART Cellulose-SJ

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Updated 6:00 AM CDT, Mon, March 12,2018

Allentown, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/12/2018 -- Originally released in 5um particle size, YMC America, Inc. is pleased to release the new 3um Chiral ART Cellulose-SJ. This immobilized chiral selector's unique selectivity complements the plethora of other chiral selectors YMC offers, granting chromatographers yet another innovative tool to help them implement their chiral separations.

Specifically, this new Chiral ART Cellulose-SJ 3um material is an immobilized-type polysaccharide stationary phase [Cellulose tris(4-methylbenzoate) selector]. It comes in various column lengths and diameters, is ideal for both SFC and HPLC, and is well-suited for scaling from analytical to prep. Its immobilized nature allows it to work with a wide range of solvents - a much wider range than its coated counterparts.

These chiral columns are highly durable, able to endure a broad range of pH levels, from 2.0 to 9.0 as well as a temperature range of 0-to-40°C. They are useful for separating a wide-range of chiral compounds, cis-trans isomers, and geometric isomers.

Those interested in finding out more about the brand new 3um and 5um Chiral ART Cellulose-SJ, as well as a multitude of different LC columns, components and separation materials, are urged to contact YMC America, Inc. To buy C18 reversed phase columns or any other one of their cutting-edge liquid chromatography products, please call 888-341-8380 or visit online today.

About YMC America, Inc.
YMC America, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of YMC Co. Ltd. (established in 1980). YMC America, Inc. sells and supports YMC liquid chromatography products and offers application assistance, purification services, and method development.

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