Separation far exceeding conventional 1D-LC
How many peaks are co-eluted under one peak? The more complex the sample, along with a high percentage of
similar compounds, means there is a high probability of co-eluting compounds found under single peaks.
Even though the co-eluting compounds may be unable to be separated by mono-dimensional separation, the
orthogonal two-dimensional system will provide the best possible result.
Comparison of the separation of a traditional Chinese medicine sample using Nexera-e and a conventional onedimensional LC system
As shown, the figures the unseparated compounds with the monodimensional separation system can be separated with the two-dimensional system. Moreover, in the same analysis time, Nexera-e shows more than 200 peaks versus only 74 peaks in the conventional 1D-LC system.
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